Clinical Area Manager, CT
The Area Manager (AM) will organize and coordinate office operations and procedures as well as handle administrative tasks with minimal supervision. The Area Manager will work closely with site coordinators to ensure offices have what they need to run efficiently while following the laws and regulations regarding medical cannabis.
- Manage a team of CCD Site Coordinators and non-clinical operators which include Marketing coordinator.
- Managing the teams’ work schedule and monitoring their progress.
- Work very closely with the Vice President of Clinic Operations.
- Provide on-site training to clinics during initial setup of the technology. Training will be face-to-face with clinical and administrative users to insure quick adoption and proficiency, this also includes software updates and new users training as needed.
- Responsible for insuring all employees are understanding and utilizing our software in a correct way
- Support Site Coordinators through regular operations via direct communication.
- Assist administrative staff and clinical users on best practices and workflow improvements to ensure utilization and standardization to achieve defined goals and objectives.
- Participate in marketing events to help communities better understand the value proposition.
- Communicate and coordinate activities with Corporate Recruiter and other Executive(s).
- Strong management experience with the ability to lead, prioritize, make decisions, delegate, and work independently.
- Excellent interpersonal skills that include the ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing.
- Flexible, energetic, self-starter with the ability to work in a non-structured environment.
- Must possess and have proven problem resolution skills.
- Excellent organizational skills with the ability to multi-task.
- Strong technical knowledge of computers, software, EMR systems and cell phones.
- Geriatric, Adult Medicine or Family Medicine specialty is a plus.
- Willingness to travel/ commute to various offices. Could be long commute times.