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Administrative Director, Neurology

Boston, MA, USA

Full Time Available | Excellent pay + Benefits

Job Type

Department: Neurology

Schedule: Full Time


The Administrative Director is responsible for the management of services, specifically in the areas of administration, personnel, fiscal management, strategic planning, and operations. Manages departmental activities to meet hospital needs and objectives in accordance with operating policies and business plans.

Provides overall direction to managers in planning, directing, and controlling their respective organizations and ensures the efficient, economic, and quality performance of assigned areas in order to provide for quality healthcare systems and to maximize hospital revenues. The administrative Director provides leadership for continuous service and quality improvement, innovation, and staff empowerment, accomplished through effective internal and external customer relations.


Essential duties/responsibilities:

  • Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and at least 10 years of related experience. Advanced degree (Masters or above, preferred).

  • Proven ability to translate a strategic plan into operational policy.

  • Demonstrated track record of management of personnel and fiscal resources.

  • Leadership ability to guide, direct, and mentor a multi-layered staff.

  • Capable of program development, implementation, and evaluation.

  • Capable of long-range program planning that involves complex decision-making tasks Expert verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills.

  • Must be exceptionally organized to manage multiple priorities and diverse activities, to prioritize and meet deadlines.

  • Dedicated team player with the willingness and desire to learn and grow within the organization.

  • Ability to anticipate objections and plan appropriate responses.

  • Ability to perform and lead effectively in stressful situations and to solve problems as they occur.

  • Professional in conduct and appearance.

  • Proficient with standard software used in the healthcare office setting (i.e. MS Word, Excel, web browser, etc).


Knowledge and skills: 

  • Knowledge of principles, practices, and current trends in health care and hospital system organization and administration is sufficient to provide clinical management, leadership, coordination, and operational direction for assigned areas of responsibility.

  • Excellent written, verbal communication, and presentation skills.

  • Ability to communicate and/or relate effectively, clearly, and concisely to all levels of the clinical and administrative structure.

  • Must have excellent interpersonal and customer service skills.

  • Proficient in planning, organizing, and operationalizing ambulatory patient care services into collaborative action plans.

  • Ability to develop key issue consensus among clinicians and administrators within the organization.

  • Must be able to perform under stress when confronted with emergency, critical, or unusual situations.

  • Must be capable of dealing with periodic cyclical workload pressures and levels of responsibility. Required to make independent judgments without supervision.

  • Must be able to make generalizations.



  • Dental, Medical, Vision, and Life insurance

  • Paid Time Off

  • Retirement Plan

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