Under the direction of the system Vice President of Operations, the Administrator of Gulf Breeze Hospital serves as a key member of leadership with the responsibility for assisting in development and implementation of the strategic plan of the organization as well as ensuring adherence to goals, objectives, and standards of performance; operating policies and procedures. In collaboration with the system Vice Presidents, the Administrator will provide leadership in service excellence, operations improvement, productivity management, and expense management, while working with others to ensure delivery of the quality care for which Baptist Health Care is recognized, both regionally and nationally. The ability to use information and data to drive change/improvement and to assure accountability will be essential. A key responsibility will be to ensure that community needs are addressed through delivery of cost-effective, accessible, and high quality health-related services. Key measurements of success will include: 1) pursuit of a continuous quality- and service-oriented culture; 2) building effective partnerships with Baptist’s highly credentialed and diverse medical staff; and 3) establishing and achieving performance goals for each department/service based on best practice for both cost-effectiveness and high quality. This position will be responsible for identifying and developing the services to meet the community needs and financial performance for the Gulf Breeze market segment in addition to maintaining a high level of alignment with the operational goals of the organization. The role has facilitative characteristics and requires significant leadership, mediation, political, and negotiation skills and abilities. The Administrator will be accountable for the overall success of their portfolio and involves the ability to network in the community and develop positive relationships with physicians, service line leaders and product line leaders in a collaborative, productive and professional manner. The role includes the ability to analyze and think strategically and develop growth strategies for the market segment. They will support and oversee the continued development of the strategic plan, and sustain the organizational infrastructure to include systems and human resources, program and service development, facility resources, quality, utilization, fiscal, compliance and clinical management measures, marketing and public relations programs, managed care product development and relationships, outreach strategies, and internal communication and consensus-building.
The person in this position works under general supervision, is responsible for various shifts, may be subject to over 40 hours per week and/or callback as required, and may also be required to remain on campus immediately before, during, and after severe weather and/or disasters.