Supporting the Manager/Deputy Director/Director of Inpatient Operations and Specialised Support Services, the executive/ senior executive/ assistant manager will assist in the management of assigned clinical and patient services in the hospital. S/he will be responsible for key departmental and/or service performance areas, in particular customer service, operational excellence and financial profitability.
The scope of management includes inpatient wards, operating theatres, day surgery centers, intensive care units, endoscopy centre, bed management unit and patient service centres and other assigned key support hospital functions.
A manager wears many hats. Not only is a manager a team leader, but he or she is also a planner, organizer, cheerleader, coach, problem solver, and decision maker — all rolled into one. And these are just a few of a manager's roles.
In addition, managers' schedules are usually jam‐packed. Whether they're busy with employee meetings, unexpected problems, or strategy sessions, managers often find little spare time on their calendars.
Support staff work in many important and often multiple roles in a school.
Whether you have recently started working in a school or are considering doing so, you will find it useful to know about the range of available support staff roles and their responsibilities.