Currently looking for an experienced leader with experience in Hospital Space Planning and Transition Strategy to fill the Administrative Director opening at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford.
Responsibilities of the Administrative Director, Strategic Space Planning and Transition Strategy
- The Administrative Director of Strategic Space Planning and Transition Strategy provides oversight for the strategic, administrative, financial, operational, and regulatory activities related to the organization’s space and project activations for all new and existing space; including administrative, inpatient, and outpatient facilities.
- The Administrative Director plans, sequences, and drives cross-functional operational change, communications and mitigation programs to support business continuity, space planning and superior patient experience in all projects. This position is responsible for leading all aspects of space planning through transition and activation of new and existing spaces to ensure successful operations on Day 1.
- The position leads large multidisciplinary teams (staff, department leadership, consultants, physician, patients and families) to meet space goals and transition into new space.
- This role provides thought leadership, subject matter expertise and oversight to key stakeholders including VPs, Directors, physicians and other in the work related to overall space and transition planning.
- The director is responsible for working with Stanford Health Care, Stanford University School of Medicine, and internal departments such as Planning, Design and Construction, Finance and Strategy to ensure space plans support the strategic space needs of the organization.
- The Administrative director functions as a facilitator, consultant, coach, and leader to support the planning and opening of all new spaces.
- The administrative director will lead transition planning consisting of workflows, licensing, fit-up, coordination of equipment and furniture validation and procurement, and education and training.
- To transition into new space, the administrative director will work closely with departments, including Information Services, General Services, shared services, Nursing and Clinical Services, Family Advisory Council, Performance Improvement, and the construction team to ensure alignment in the operational planning with the construction schedule.
- The administrative director will also manage parking operations and needs related to patient parking, valet parking, contractor parking and staff parking.
Requirements of the Administrative Director, Strategic Space Planning and Transition Strategy
- Education: Master's degree in a work-related discipline/field from an accredited college or University.
- Experience: Seven (7) year progressively responsible directly related work experience
- Demonstrated experience in activation and transition planning, with the ability to coordinate and facilitate in a healthcare facility.
- Defines roles, activities and deliverables related to meeting project goals, also capable of creating and sustaining momentum for novel planning approaches to meet goals of the expansion.
- Ability to provide leadership, coach, mentor, train and oversee the performance of others
- Ability to prioritize work by making informed judgments and to developing solutions Knowledge of project management tools and ability to organize and execute a project.
- Knowledge of LEAN tools.
- Ability to delegate to other and ensure that the work to completed.
- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
- Works effectively in a complex organization through an influence model.
- Communicates and persuades effectively with executive and broad, front line audiences through storytelling, data visualization and analytics
- Operations awareness: understands and appreciates a wide range of clinical and non –clinical healthcare operations process and flows.
This is a management position
This is a full-time position