The person in this position will be responsible for overseeing and administering the operations of the Oregon Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) Registry (OPR). This person will manage and supervise operations staff and will serve as hiring manager (includes development of all training plans and materials, oversight of team-based training, and provider of direct training, coaching, and development).
This person will manage individual and team meetings and ensure all team members are updated as to current status of tasks/projects and plans for upcoming tasks. Sets performance goals and benchmarks using productivity data and metrics, including monitoring of required contractual timeframes, and compliance reporting to leadership team. Monitors and reports performance against program goals and objectives, and reports and discusses findings with both the appropriate team members and staff (individually and collectively), developing appropriate work plans as needed.
Identifies additional grant funding opportunities. Proposal preparation and submission. Responsible for both pre- and post-award management. Will coordinate award management for the Oregon POLST Registry\u2019s grant and research portfolio, which includes multiple accounts, specifically through budget forecasting/reconciliation, expense tracking/reporting, procurement, sub recipient monitoring, and updating/maintaining information systems. Monitors finances of program, including monthly budgetary review and reporting. Assists director in development of budgets and operationalizes budgets. Orders all supplies and program materials. Responsible for contract management, drafting professional service contracts and processing and tracking of related invoices. Assists Director with strategic planning and identification of areas of possible expansion for OPR including preparation of all related proposals and RFIs.
Responsibilities will include: management of Registry-related human resources, including recruitment, hiring, training and independent submission and processing of all HR actions, consistent communication of Registry-related issues with the Registry director and Department leadership, and development and oversight of the Registry manual of operations, and approval and coordination of Registry-related informational materials. The person in this position will also serve as primary liaison for POLST Registry operations with the Center for Ethics in Health Care. Will report and escalate issues to POLST Registry Director and/or the Department leadership team, as appropriate.
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