Executive Healthcare Recruiters specializes in the recruitment of senior hospital executives, CEOs, CFOs, and CNOs/DONs, for both general acute care and behavioral hospitals. If interested in any of the jobs listed, please email email@example.com or call Randy Wallace at 478-972-6000.
Facilities Manager (West Virginia) - A 200+ bed West Virginia hospital is seeking an experienced Facilities Manager with acute care hospital background and at least 5 years experience managing a 200+ bed hospital facilities management department. The Facilities Manager will work with the facilities management team to assure safe, effective and reliable operations of the building and grounds, as well as have shared call rotation with the Engineering Supervisor and Central Plant Supervisor. Bachelor Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering; AHA certified. Salary range - $71,500 to $114,000 plus competitive benefits and relocation.
Director of Emergency Room and Trauma Services (Coastal Texas): A 300+ bed hospital located in an attractive coastal Texas location seeks a seasoned Director of Emergency Room and Trauma Services to be responsible for the operations of its Emergency Department. Must be an experienced leader working in a large Emergency Room; Experience with lean systems and someone that can bring innovative ideas to the department. Currently a 33 Bed Emergency Room in April 2019 moving into a new state of the art tower with 55 beds; 4 Nurses Stations, 2 Trauma Rooms, 2 resuscitation rooms with direct access to the Trauma Operating Room. Requires 3 or more years of recent experience as a Emergency Room Director. BSN Required; MSN preferred. Salary range - $120,000 to $150,000 per year, based on experience. Plus a $10,000 relo/sign-on bonus. Excellent benefit package and relocation assistance.
Director of Cardiovascular Services (Coastal Texas) - A 300+ bed hospital located in an attractive coastal Texas location seeks an experienced Director of Cardiovascular Services to be responsible for the operations of all cardiovasular programs. Candidates must have a strong knowledge of all aspects of the Cardiovascular Department including invasive and non-invasive procedures. The position requires a minimum of 3 years working as a Director of Cardiovascular Services. The cardiovascular service line includes heart catheterizations, coronary intervention, stent repairs, aortic valve repair, ablations and pacemaker implants, 5 angiographic suites (one is dedicated to electrophysiology procedures) as well as hybrid OR suite, 3,500+ diagnostic procedures, and approximately 1,000 interventional cardiology and peripheral procedures annually. Requires 3 or more years of recent experience in a cardiovascular director role Bachelor's Degree required; Master's preferred. Significant operational experience within a similar role may be considered in lieu of BSN. Salary range - $86,400 to $125,000 per year, based on experience plus an excellent benefit package and relocation assistance.