The Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine is integral to the healthcare, education and research missions at OHSU. In this extraordinary time, we have proudly stepped up our efforts to meet these commitments. We provide clinical services at OHSU hospitals and collaborate with the VA Portland Health Care System and Hillsboro Medical Center. We specialize in providing excellent perioperative care and anesthesia services to our patients using state-of-the-art technology and pharmacologic tools with an emphasis on patient safety. Pre-operative assessment is facilitated by electronic data collecting systems and is integral to minimizing patient risk. Along with our hospitalist partners we are optimizing the use of telemedicine while maintaining sufficient capacity to see higher risk patients. The preoperative medicine clinic ensures elective patients are appropriately screened for SARS- CoV-2 and has initiated a pre-anesthesia evaluation for patients previously infected. In the operating rooms our anesthesiologists work in care teams with our fellows, residents, and nurse anesthetists as well as independently. Post-operative care is under the medical supervision of our department. We play a prominent role in the caring for patients in the cardiovascular, neurosciences, and newly-launched virtual intensive care units.
The department is also nationally recognized in pediatric pain management. Our regional anesthesiology team was among the leading centers in the country to develop an ambulatory regional anesthesia program. Our Adult Pain Service provides ongoing postoperative support for patients receiving ongoing regional or neuraxial analgesia in addition to providing their consultative expertise in the management of complex pain patients. Our peripheral nerve catheter/home pump program allows orthopedic surgery patients to benefit from continuous pain relief for days while recovering at home following surgery. Our department's research program is robust, including basic science with labs at both OHSU and the VA and clinical research. Attending physicians, fellows, residents, and medical students work collaboratively with Ph.D. scientists in our labs to advance human health. Our basic science program is focused on neuroscience and renal physiology. Our clinical research is focused on patient safety and pain management.
Our department is dedicated to providing the highest quality and most innovative education training in the country for residents, fellows, and medical students, with trainee opportunities at OHSU and the VA. Our very active education research group focuses on lifelong learning strategies, particularly in the area of regional anesthesia. We are the proud hosts of the Anesthesia Tool Box.
Function/Duties of Position
Variable Pay Production:
Responsible for ensuring timely, transparent, and accurate processing of payroll and compensation. Performs ongoing payroll and compensation plan analyses for all faculty members of APOM. Identifies variances and implements process changes for ongoing improvement. Responsible for developing and implementing an audit process that helps to ensure the accuracy of provider compensation. Utilizes software and tools like QGenda, Microsoft Power/Access, Microsoft Excel. In collaboration with the Finance Administrator, serves as an advisor to the Anesthesiology Comp Committee to ensure accurate administration of the department's compensation plans.
Compensation Data Analysis and Budgeting:
Responsible for the tracking and reporting of provider FTE changes to departmental leadership. Maintains internal spreadsheets, databases, and checklists to ensure accurate, timely, and transparent compensation. Responsible for the preparation of all compensation for the departmental budget.
Responsible for reconciling compensation for new hires and faculty. Also ensures that compensation is compliant with departmental compensation plans and within OHSU guidelines to ensure alignment with the OHSU enterprise-wide faculty compensation plan. Responsible for the development of templates and processes to ensure the accurate administration of compensation.
Compensation Communication and Analysis:
Responsible for providers' questions regarding compensation. Responsible for building and maintaining compensation reports and communicating these to appropriate parties. Attends compensation meetings and performs analysis to ensure accurate, timely, and transparent compensation.
Responsible for timely communication and collaboration with Finance Administrator, Human Resources Manager, and Director of Operations to create and maintain tracking and report tools relevant to compensation/FTE, hiring/recruitment, and budget.
Bachelor's degree in data science, accounting, finance, or related field.
2 years of professional healthcare and/or relevant financial analysis experience.
Job Related Knowledge and Skills:
Prior Academic Health Center or relevant financial specific experience performing analysis related to operational improvements and business cases.
Highly proficient with use of PC including database and spreadsheet applications.
Intermediate spreadsheet skills, including complex functions, formulas, and formatting.
Experience with relational databases.
Understanding of financial reporting concepts such as cost accounting and net present value analysis.
Communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to consult with internal and external customers regarding matters/issues which may be sensitive in nature.
CPA or MBA
Must be able to work extended hours during budget and raise season.
The APOM administrative environment can be busy with many possible interruptions, multiple demands and constant interactions with people.
Pay Range: $78,336.44 - $118,625.00 annually (Commensurate with qualifications, experience and internal equity)
All are welcome
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