• Director-Risk Management

    Location US-MS-Jackson
    Posted Date 1 month ago(6/1/2019 3:15 PM)
    Position Code
    Day Shift
    Night Shift
    Rotating Shift
    Regular Full-Time
    JS Risk Management
  • Overview and Responsibilities

    The Director of Risk Management is responsible for the loss prevention and safety programs at MBMC and serves as a resource in loss prevention to all professional and hospital staff as well as medical staff at the facility. Under the general supervision of the Chief Medical Officer, this role is responsible for the protection of the organization's assets 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. Employee may be required to work on all shifts as needed and subject to call back and on-call responsibility. Performs all other duties as assigned.



    Director-Risk Management

    Risk Management




    Education: Bachelor's Degree Healthcare Related Field Required, or Bachelor's Degree Healthcare Administration Required, or Bachelor's Degree Paralegal Related Field Required. Master's Degree Related Field Preferred. *** Experience: 5 years Healthcare/Medical - Clinical Required, or 5 years Healthcare/Medical - Manager Level Required. Operations - Quality/Risk Management Preferred. *** License/Certification/Registries (valid for the State of MS): Registered Nurse (RN) Required, or Certified Paralegal Required, or Other Related Certification Required. Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management (CPHRM)Preferred, or Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) Preferred. *** Skills: Knowledge of licensure and accrediting requirements; ability to communicate and work effectively with medical staff, department leaders and administration; assertive, objective, tactful, and courteous in all dealings with professional staff, patients, and guests; excellent organizational skills and problem solving abilities. Skill and proficiency in applying highly technical principles, concepts and techniques which are central to the risk management profession.


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