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Associate Hospital Administrator - Strategy and Business Development

at County of San Bernardino

Pay: $108742.40 to $148345.60/year
Salary : $9,061.87 - $12,362.13 Monthly $108,742.40 - $148,345.60 Annually
Posted: 6/23/2019
Job Status: Full Time
Job Reference #: 2474038
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Overall Job Objective

Job Title:Associate Hospital Administrator - Strategy and Business Development
Closing Date/Time:Continuous
Salary:$9,061.87 - $12,362.13 Monthly
$108,742.40 - $148,345.60 Annually
Job Type:Full-time
Location: Colton, California
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC) seeks an experienced hospital administrator to serve as the Associate Hospital Administrator (AHA) and provide administrative direction and strategic guidance to ARMC's Strategy and Business Development Division. The AHA is part of the hospital's executive team and oversees a variety of support services departments and functions, including Information Management. As such, the new AHA will oversee the hospital's implementation, transition to, and ongoing maintenance of the new Electronic Health Records system.    
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Our Exempt Salary and Benefits Package for Associate Hospital Administrator is valued up to approximately $239,714 annually and includes a generous pension, 401k and 457 plans, medical, dental and vision plans with premium subsidies, paid time off and much more.  (Click on the Brochure link above for details)
The key responsibilities of this position include:
  • Participates in strategic planning and the development of short and long term goals; supports the achievement of the goals and initiatives in the strategic/business plan; develops five year goals and projections for service structure and systems; plans and implements information technology systems for services.
  • Develops, interprets, and implements policies and procedures, consults with physicians on medical impact, as applicable.
  • Supervises, through subordinates, a large staff of healthcare professionals and support staff, making personnel decisions, evaluating performance, and assessing training needs; establishes new training programs for staff, ensuring accreditation through university affiliations as appropriate.
  • Collaborates with clinical, ancillary, support, and other departments to manage and reduce departmental costs through cost management and utilization; determines staffing, capital equipment, and improvement needs; prepares capital and operating budget recommendations and achieves budget goals.
  • Develops and implements systems for applicable regulatory/licensure compliance; communicates effectively and makes rounds to educate and ensure compliance with established standards; develops processes to meet and maintain compliance.
  • Develops, implements, and evaluates performance improvement plans within areas of responsibility; directs managers/supervisors in the use of quality management results.
  • Plans, develops, implements and evaluates delivery systems and services within assigned departments to achieve standards and goals for core measures and accomplish program objectives to improve patient care and services; makes recommendations for change and timely implementation.
  • Maintains a leadership role as an effective liaison with medical staff, patients, medical center management, county departments, and various private and public agencies; provides current information and standards on services, procedures, and policies; represents the Medical Center at meetings.
This position will report to the Chief Operating Officer for ARMC.
Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC) provides quality healthcare centered on compassion combined with expertise. Every day, from our executive leaders to our front-line providers, our dedicated staff attends to the health needs of our County communities, striving to provide superior service to our patients and their families. Located on a beautiful 70-acre campus in Colton, California, our state-of-the-art, public/nonprofit, 456-bed, university affiliated teaching hospital is licensed by the State of California Department of Public Health and the Joint Commission. It is operated by San Bernardino County and adheres to a strict, fiscally responsible budgetary discipline. The hospital houses a regional burn center serving four counties (San Bernardino, Riverside, Mono and Inyo), a primary stroke center, a level II trauma center and a behavioral health center. Additionally, we operate four community-based, primary care family health centers and provide more than 40 specialty care services. ARMC is the primary teaching hospital for the adjacently located California University of Science and Medicine (CalMed), the Inland Empire's newest medical school, which welcomed its first class in 2018. 
As a member of the ARMC team, you will join an unparalleled community of communication and employee engagement, with access to continuous open exchange, organizational transparency, open dialogue and sharing. Daily huddles, digital forums, print communication, and open-door policies are just a few of the communication resources at your disposal. In addition, ARMC dedicates itself to team building and encourages employee development at all levels.

Within the next year ARMC will undertake a hospital wide project to implement and transition to a new Electronic Health Records System. The new Associate Hospital Administrator will play a key leadership role in the implementation team and work closely with consultants and hospital staff to ensure a successful, seamless implementation with buy-in from all staff.
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 Minimum Requirements:
Education: Master's Degree in healthcare, business or public administration, nursing or related field.
Experience: Three (3) years of administrative or management experience in an acute care hospital.

Applicants with a Bachelor's degree in a qualifying field will be considered with five (5) years of qualifying experience as stated above. An equivalent combination of qualifying education and experience may be considered at the discretion of Human Resources.

 Desired Qualifications:

The Ideal Candidate will be a strategic leader and planner with a proven track record in healthcare administration in an acute care hospital. This candidate must also demonstrate the highest standard of ethical and professional conduct; possess strong leadership skills with the ability to promote teamwork, build trust and inspire a shared sense of purpose to achieve organizational goals; and be flexible and able to adapt and lead through change, as well as embrace and implement new ideas. Experience in the implementation and transition of Electronic Health Records systems is highly desired.
 Selection Process:
Qualified candidates are invited to apply online at:
or submit a detailed resume and cover letter to:

There will be a competitive evaluation of qualification and the most highly qualified candidates will be referred to the appointing authority for further consideration.  Applications will be accepted until filled & reviewed weekly.

Apply no later than Monday, July 8, 2019 for Priority Consideration.

For Additional Information Contact
Silvia Zayas, Sr. Human Resources Analyst