Cardiac Diagnostic/Interventional Supervisor, Days

Job Description

At UC Health, we're proud to have the best and brightest teams and clinicians collaborating toward our common purpose: to advance healing and reduce suffering.

As the region's adult academic health system, we strive for innovation and provide world-class care for not only our community, but patients from all over the world. Join our team and you'll be able to develop your skills, grow your career, build relationships with your peers and patients, and help us be a source of hope for our friends and neighbors.

UC Health is committed to providing an inclusive, equitable and diverse place of employment.

The Clinical Supervisor assumes the responsibility for ensuring excellent patient care is being delivered, maintaining expeditious patient flow with a focus on customer service, and supervision of Echo/Vascular staff. The Clinical Supervisor will provide input on staff evaluations and complete evaluations for their regular staff cohort. The Clinical Supervisor will also assist with cost containment, and manage all employees to do the same. The position requires knowledge of leadership and effective interpersonal communication skills.


  • Supervises staff assigned to their unit or center of excellence and demonstrates the ability to coach and mentor staff.
  • Operational leadership of shift including patient flow and assignment/adjustment of resources to meet dynamic changing needs throughout the shift.
  • Champion efficient throughput and capacity management.
  • Benchmark internal processes to improve practice.
  • Lead and implement operational improvement initiatives and assures compliance via staff coaching and mentoring.
  • Ensures staff behaviors supports and are consistent with the PRIIDE Values, Mission and Vision of UC Health.
  • Provide transformational leadership.
  • Assist with developing and revising of departmental standards, policies and procedures.
  • Staffing and scheduling responsibility for cohort of staff and shift.
  • Promote patient care safety standards.
  • Actively identifying opportunities for improvement in patient satisfaction, perform trials and report back to leadership on results.
  • Facilitate conflict resolution.
  • Empower staff to participate in decision making through shared governance/UBC.
  • Maintain, support and encourage others with professional development.

Resource Management:
  • Demonstrates efficiency through the appropriate use of resources or supplies to support timely and effective delivery of patient care.
  • Identifies needs for specific equipment and ensures adequate and properly functioning equipment and supplies are available for patient care.
  • Identify operational needs for units including but not limited to needs related to capital equipment; medical supplies; office supplies; hours of practice; minor equipment; and equipment maintenance.
  • Participate in the new hire process: Shadowing process, selection and oversee specific staff orientation to maintain established standards of care and to ensure competency.
  • Specific professional development and coaching for assigned cohort of staff including quarterly rounding and annual performance appraisals.
  • Provides immediate counseling for staff when specific behaviors or incidents negatively affect patient care or the general work environment. Write up incidents.
  • Participates in the corrective action process.
  • Promote staff retention, team building/collaboration.

Performance Improvement/Regulatory Requirements:
  • Ensure shift practice is in compliance with state and federal medical laws, HIPAA).
  • Enforce and maintain corporate compliance.
  • Identify and oversee risk management issues.
  • Ensures staff compliance with established policies, procedures, standards and accreditation and licensing regulations.
  • Actively involved and engage staff in departmental performance improvement (PI) activities according to department PI plan.
  • Assist the manager in evaluation the quality of patient care and staff performance through:
    • Personal observation.
    • Facilitating quality improvement monitoring activities.
    • Interviewing patients/families/staff.
    • Reviewing documentation.

Clinical Resource and Competency:
  • Clinical Resource and Competency
  • Work minimum of 20% clinically each month
  • Maintain hospital wide and department specific competencies and completes annual competencies in required time frame.
  • Collaborate with the Department Educator and/or provides for orientation and educational needs identified in the department.
  • Function as a clinical resource for area of clinical specialty.
  • Promote the use of evidence based practice.
  • Assist in identifying and operationalizing best practices in the unit.
  • Facilitates ongoing staff professional growth.


Minimum Education Required: Bachelors in Health related field.

License and Certification: Registered Vascular Technologist or Registered Diagnostic Cardiac Sonographer or Registered Cardiac Sonographer or Registered Radiology Technologist (ARRT).

Years of Experience: Minimum of two to four years clinical experience in area of clinical specialty.

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