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Regional Medical Director

  • Emplacement
    • Warren, Michigan
  • Horaire Full time
  • Posté

Description

On-site: This position requires an employee to be on-site on a full-time basis

The Role:

Regional Medical Directors are responsible for either leadership and management of multiple Health Centers/complexes, or one or more global medical operations or programs.  Other responsibilities include; personnel development, medical compliance and regulatory oversight, business integration, strategic review and planning, maintaining union interface, providing medical expertise and assuring the delivery of quality occupational medical services.

What You'll Do:

Leadership and management of Health Center Personnel (Physicians) or Global function or program management Personnel development Medical compliance and regulatory oversight Integrate with business partners including providing senior physician expertise to individuals and the organization Strategic review and planning Maintain union interface Provide occupational physician expertise

  • Leadership and management of Health Center Personnel (Physicians)
  • Personnel development
  • Medical compliance and regulatory oversight
  • Integrate with business partners including providing senior physician expertise to individuals and the organization
  • Strategic review and planning
  • Maintain union interface
  • Provide occupational physician expertise
  • MSM/SMD synergy/collaboration

Expanded Responsibilities

Leadership and management of Health Center Personnel (Physicians)

Recruit, interview hire doctors and nurses

Deal with complex staff issues

Complete CAP process for direct reports, 9 box and comp planning for group

Assure plants meet all BPD requirements

Review of Emergency response plans, runs/simulations, plant tracking sheets

Assure plant medical is fully engaged in plant level joint programs including H & S, IH, ergo, ADAPT

Provide occupational medical expertise and support to Plant Medical Directors

Assure plant medical team works effectively with HR, labor, Personnel Director and Plant Manager’s staff

Provide guidance to issue resolution (e.g. occupational medical advice and expertise, personnel issues, etc.)

Personnel capability development

Onboard and orient new employees

Assure training of nurses and physicians per roadmaps for new hires and license and training workbook

Coach and mentor medical staff

Encourage all staff to actively pursue an IDP annually

Compliance and Regulatory Oversight

Conduct ORM reviews, CAPA reviews and validations by reviewing self-audits and during onsite visits to plant medical departments

Review OSHA overrides, quarterly medical record audits and corrective action plans

Assure completion of all required qualification and surveillance exams at all sites

Assure compliance with OSHA requirements (e.g. BBP, injury illness reporting) at all sites

Assure training of nurses and physicians per roadmaps for new hires and license and training workbook

Integrate with business partners including providing senior physician expertise to individuals and the organization

Promote GM Medical leadership and participation in employee wellness and wellbeing initiatives at every site

Ensure plants work with effectively with employee service and benefits center on disability management activities and training (DIP, FFD exams, specialty DIP ,meetings)

Provide medical process and individual evaluations for drivers seeking medical deviations via Company vehicle operations (CVO-48)

Provide medical expertise, consultation services and support to GM Mobility (ISP), Global travel medicine, business travelers, GeoBlue, and corporate security

Provide medical expertise, consultation and support to plant and corporate HR, labor, PDs and Plant Managers

Assure completion of all corporate required training, attend PD annual meeting, HR learning days and meet CME requirements to maintain licensure and keep current

Strategic review and planning

Develop and / or review policies, procedures, initiatives and participate in organizational strategy planning in GMNA

Prepare for and participate in monthly GM Medical leadership meetings, HRM, weekly SMD meetings

Lead and or participate in succession planning for GMNA leaders

Develop OH program, including benchmarking with other leading companies

Maintaining Union interfaces

Provide GM Medical leadership liaison to UAW and support joint programs, including medical expertise and input at CHR level - H & S, IH, ergo, ADAPT

Lead local contract negotiations at represented sites

Lead or participate in Salaried Master Agreement Negotiations

Provide Occupational Physician expertise (Physicians)

Conduct TPD evaluations, consultations and meetings with EBSC

Participate in Leadership of GM Medical in North America, and as a medical expert (SME) on behalf of the Corporate Medical Director

[Additional Description]

Your Skills & Abilities (Required Qualifications):

  • 5+ years experience in occupational health or equivalent experience
  • Experience leading multiple medical facilities/physician and nursing groups
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively in a cross-functional environment
  • Ability to communicate, motivate, and inspire direct reports and others
  • Ability to champion and lead change within work groups and departments
  • Demonstrates innovative and strategic thinking
  • Advanced analytical and problem-solving skills

Education and Training - Physician

  • Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree required
  • Board certification in a medical specialty required, preferably in occupational medicine.  Board certification in emergency medicine, internal medicine, and family medicine are also acceptable.
  • Valid state medical license

This job may be eligible for relocation benefits

GM DOES NOT PROVIDE IMMIGRATION-RELATED SPONSORSHIP FOR THIS ROLE. DO NOT APPLY FOR THIS ROLE IF YOU WILL NEED GM IMMIGRATION SPONSORSHIP (e.g., H-1B, TN, STEM OPT, etc.) NOW OR IN THE FUTURE

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