Director, Imaging Services

Job ID 2018-26687
Area of Interest
Location Name
Hospital Main Campus
FTE/Hours per pay period
1.0 FTE (80 hours per bi-weekly pay periods)
Work Status
Radiology Administration
Day Shift


Provides oversight, direction and decision-making for Seattle Children’s Imaging Services. Responsible for strategic planning, program growth and development, imaging modalities, interventional radiology and gastrointestinal procedures, quality and safety, operations and financial performance, regulatory compliance, radiation safety, vendor contract management, inventory management, radiology research, ambulatory imaging services, medical imaging informatics and technology, community outreach and leading continuous improvement and innovation activities. Establishes and sustains strong collaborative relationships with staff and key leaders throughout the organization, and with industry thought leaders across the country. Engages with physicians and other caregivers to further integrate imaging services across the care continuum and ensure safe and appropriate patient outcomes. Insures compliance with established policies and regulations. Collaborates with leadership and teams to ensure operational efficiency and leverage new opportunities. Leads services in alignment with the organization’s mission, vision, values and strategic plan.


- Bachelor degree from an accrediated school

- Seven years progressive imaging management experience in a hospital environment and/or heatlhcare system

- Five years clinical patient care experience

- Demonstrated experience and training in lean manufacturing, lean six sigma, or continuous performance improvement and innovation methodology

Required Credentials:



- MHA, MBA or equivalent

- Previous director experience

- Academic medical center experience

- Pediatric practice experience

- Clinical reseach experience

- Interventional and gastrointestional procedures oversight


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