If you are a communicative, goal-oriented and adaptive individual who has good project management skills and can stay focused on concrete objectives, then join our team at Soyring Consulting! We are a national healthcare consulting firm and are currently seeking a diligent Surgical Consultant who will provide assessments, implementation assistance and interim management for healthcare organizations across the United States. When assigned a project at an organization, you will communicate with the client/project director to express any delays, concerns or roadblocks in regards to the overall goal of your engagement. Furthermore, as a Surgical Consultant, you will be able to implement changes to the surgical department quickly and efficiently, which allows you to not only improve organizational processes, but overall patient care as well. If you are a decisive and empathetic person with multiple years of healthcare experience and the desire to help those in need, then Soyring Consulting may be the right place for you to display your talents and pursue your passion!
As a Surgical Consultant, you must be personable, collaborative, confident and caring with both patients and permanent staff members. Therefore, it is very important that you have excellent verbal and written communication skills. You must also be able to travel consistently.
Additional requirements of the Surgical Consultant include:
4 year degree required; Bachelors of Nursing preferred; Master’s Degree a plus
Active Registered Nursing Licensure; California preferred
Minimum 10 years experience in a hospital setting
Minimum 5 years management experience; Directorial experience preferred
Certified Registered Central Service Technician (CRCST) preferred
2 years experiences in Sterile Processing preferred
Proficiency in Microsoft applications such as Word, PowerPoint and Outlook
As a Surgical Consultant, you and the project director will develop an action plan based on the recommendations provided by the assessment and monitor the progress of the action items within your plan.
Additional responsibilities for the Surgical Consultant include:
Meeting with key contacts and stakeholders
Conducting interviews with hospital personnel
Observing departmental practices to understand operational realities
Interpreting data analysis results to validate the results of interviews and observations
Compiling a summary of departmental accomplishments
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