Under the general direction of the Supervisor and Chief of Imaging, the Ultrasound Supervisor directs assists, oversees plans and develops activities for the U/S section of the Imaging Department. Ultrasound operates multiple state-of-the-art ultrasound units located in Main Imaging and Woman's Imaging. The Ultrasound section operates Mon-Fri from 0800-midnight, but plans are for 24/7 coverage. Please Note: This announcement is open to current permanent VA or federal employees. If you are not a VA or Federal employee and you qualify to apply for this position, please apply to job announcement NC-11070550-21-LB. First consideration will go to current permanent employees of the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center (FHCC). Major Duties: 1.The U/S Supervisor has a complete and thorough working knowledge of all functions under his/her purview and can direct and/or operate all the diagnostic specialties to assure its many activities and to provide efficient patient care. The supervisory area of responsibility encompasses U/S section of Imaging. 2.The incumbent is given general guidelines and directions from the Imaging Supervisor and Imaging Chief and is expected to function with initiative and independent judgment in his or her sphere of responsibilities. 3.A principal role is performing the Annual Performance Appraisals for both the assigned technical and clerical personnel. Incumbent will monitor and evaluate Lead technologists (if applicable) and subordinate employee's performance. 4.The incumbent assures that the Ultrasound section has appropriate coverage in their section. Approves/disapproves all overtime and leave requests, ensuring proper coverage for the assigned sections is available. Oversees established holiday assignment roster, and assures coverage in the each section is properly assigned. Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 7:00am - 3:30pm Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
Internal Number: 598370100
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