The Senior Deputy Director is a member of the San Joaquin Public Health Services Senior Management Team and reports directly to the Director of Public Health Services.
The Senior Management Team includes the Director, the other Senior Deputy Director, Public Health Officer, and the Assistant Public Health Officer. This group establishes department policy and formulates strategic and operational plans to achieve the mission and vision of the Department.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
Demonstrated leader with the proven ability to effectively manage and build consensus among staff, collaborate with local, state, and federal agencies on public health-related issues that affect the community.
Innovative and strategic thinker on improving and maximizing public health programs.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Well-versed on public health-related federal and state laws and regulations and community trends.
Possess a "big picture" understanding of complex programs and funding measurements to effectively lead and provide strategic guidance to professional staff.
Proven track record of identifying employee talent and developing them.
High level of integrity and strong sense of ethics.
Strong analytical skills, sound judgment, and a positive attitude.
Plans, organizes and directs the activities, functions, and budgets of one or more major sections and/or programs of the San Joaquin County Public Health Services Division of Health Care Services.
Assists with the development and implementation of quality control and quality improvement programs and initiatives.
Analyzes and monitors performance indicators and ensures that assigned operations meet established standards.
Recommends process improvements to ensure operational effectiveness and superior customer service.
Analyzes and summarizes complex narrative information and statistical data; prepares or supervises the preparation of reports and correspondence for County management as well as federal, state, or other external agencies; prepares Board of Supervisors’ reports and related documents; makes presentations to groups and individuals, including boards and commissions.
Analyzes and interprets existing and proposed federal, state, and local legislation, policies, procedures and other directives to determine impact on assigned operations