Health Point Hospital Careers – 2+ Positions

  • Full Time
  • Dubai UAE

Health Point Hospital

Health Point Hospital Careers – 2+ Vacancies

List Of Opening Vacancies – Health Point Hospital Careers

1: Prosthetics & Orthotics Technician

Responsibilities – Health Point Hospital Careers

1. Performs fabrication responsibilities of Orthotic/Prosthetic Technician, and is competent in device repair and problem-solving in conjunction with a caregiver.

2.Completes assigned projects accurately in their entirety, interpreting clinical documentation regarding design specifics so that outcomes are achieved.

3.Advises clinical team regarding material selection and properties based on treatment goals.

4.Demonstrates effective time management skills by maximizing efficiency while reducing production errors.

5.Organizes projects and ensures components/materials are available.

6.Manages rush or unscheduled projects without affecting workload.

7.Assumes individual project management from start to completion.

8.Contributes as part of team to achieving quality targets and outcomes.

9.Informs supervisor when caseload appears too excessive or too low and suggests/initiates strategies to improve effectiveness.

10.Problem solves with minimal input from senior technicians or supervisor.

11. Maintain good knowledge of available components and understand their function.
12. Ability to communicate complex information in English effectively in writing to all levels of staff.

13. Ability to meet or exceed customer service standards and expectations across the service areas in a timely manner.

14.Maintain record keeping of work flow.

15.Monitor industry trends both nationally and internationally to identify innovative, creative, and evidence-based solutions.

16.Facilitates a positive working environment across the organization

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2: Senior Manager, Talent Management

Responsibilities-Health Point Hospital Careers

  • Regulatory audit performance with scores no less than 95% compliance.
  • Regulatory audit non-conformities to be closed within six weeks of audit report.
  • Quality System Audits:
    • At a minimum, four quality audits per facility to be conducted on an annual basis.
    • Report findings to be submitted within ten days of audit completion.
  • Monthly reports to be submitted no later than the 8th business day of every month to NRL Leadership and Mubadala Health Corporate Office.
  • Minimum of four quality refresher trainings for NRL caregivers on an annual basis.
  • Set and execute department strategies to meet goals for service, quality, regulatory compliance, financial, patient satisfaction and personnel management.
  • Lead and coordinate the development and maintenance of NRL’s annual quality plan.
  • Lead proactive laboratory quality and safety activities to create laboratories that are highly reliable as reflected in reduced errors, elimination of unsafe processes, and increased involvement of caregivers toward a culture of safety.
  • Ensure adequate and qualified caregiversing through timeliness and consistency of caregivers hiring, orientation, competency, training, performance feedback and performance management.
  • Perform internal audits and prepare audit reports
  • Oversee accreditation application and monitor activities including self-inspection and ongoing education and training of caregivers.
  • Assist with responses to regulatory complaints and inspection
  • Remain current on, and serve as expert in regulatory and proficiency testing requirements. (DOH, DHA, JCI, CAP, AABB, ISO, etc.).
  • Review, approve and maintain policies and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for current and new testing.
  • In collaboration with NRL Technical Leadership, plan the validation process for new test procedures and ensure they conform to standard requirements specified by local and international accreditation agencies and accepted standards of practice.
  • Oversee the equipment maintenance process as outlined in the annual quality plan.
  • Use data to identify systems-based improvement opportunities.
  • Continuously monitor and evaluate quality outcomes across NRL labs, noting trends, and identifying and prioritizing opportunities to improve.
  • Facilitate and/or lead process improvement teams as needed to achieve quality improvement goals.
  • Lead development of corrective action plans to address any non-conformance issues identified through audits, customer complaint investigations or accident
  • investigations.
  • Provide training and guidance for corrective actions and ensure plans are implemented, followed and effective.
  • Develop and implement communication plans. Foster open communication by offering, encouraging, and accepting suggestions from caregivers regarding department operations.
  • Train, mentor and evaluate caregivers to ensure quality control, safety and record maintenance in coordination with technical/scientific Leadership.
  • Lead the development of, and provide training on NRL’s Quality and Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) plans.
  • Develop and lead the Medical Laboratory Testing Education training.

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  • Bachelors’ Degree in Medical Technology
  • Appropriate clinical internship in Laboratory Technology or Biomedical Science
  • Minimum of five years managerial experience in a laboratory accredited by the College of American Pathologist (CAP)
  • Minimum of five years clinical laboratory experience

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