The Hospital Administrator performs a wide range of administrative activities related to the practice. This includes supporting Anicira’s mission of delivering high quality, affordable patient care and exceptional client service. The Hospital Administrator is critical to the success of the practice, ensuring a positive and productive culture built on shared values and direct communication; creating operational efficiencies and problem-solving to improve client service and team engagement.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Uphold Anicra's standards and values.
Exercise sound judgment and the capability to make decisions in keeping with Anicira’s mission and vision.
Provide guidance to the team to ensure consistent, high quality care and service is provided to patients and clients.
Guide the financial and strategic business development activities.
Promote a cooperative working environment among team members; understand the value of teamwork.
Full cycle human resource management, including hiring, on-boarding, training, counseling, evaluating, terminating, and management of personnel records.
Mentor, develop and lead team members.
Maximize efficiency, effectiveness and productivity.
Spearhead communications to keep team engaged and updated on all Anicira polices, programs and initiatives.
Manage medical, surgical, dentistry and staff schedules.
Record management including audits.
Cultivate and promote the spirit of trust and professionalism.
Create action plans, set and manages goals, delegates tasks, and track performance.
Ensure practice compliance with all federal, state and local laws and regulations.
Oversee the building and equipment maintenance and housekeeping standards.
Ensure an outstanding client experience from end-to-end.
Other related duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Exhibit respect, fairness, integrity, responsibility, mindfulness, and professionalism as essential values for the position.
Knowledge of practice management processes, efficiencies, standards, metrics and benchmarks.
Ability to analyze various sources of data in order to establish priorities and initiate operational programs.
Self-aware, have a positive attitude and authentic empathy toward others.
Effective and collaborative interpersonal communication skills with high emotional intelligence.
Proven leadership abilities including strong mentoring and team building skills.
Ability to inspire and motivate team members and create strong morale.
Ability to manage multiple tasks within an environment of changing priorities.
Proficient in Microsoft Office.
Four day work week, Monday - Thursday with three day weekend
Bachelor’s degree in business or related discipline.
Three years experience with proven success in managing a veterinary practice.
Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM) designation preferred.
Top-tier health with vision insurance
100% paid dental insurance
Optional supplemental insurance
401-k retirement plan with employer match
Annual CE allowance
Association membership fees paid
Flexible spending account (FSA) for medical and dependent care
In all that we do, the Anicira team works to improve the quality of life for the cats and dogs in our community. Anicira offers a range of programs and services that strengthen the human-animal bond and relieve animal suffering through providing affordable, life-saving veterinary care and supporting families in need by offering safe keeping services.