This title is in the unclassified service and in the SUNY Professional Services Negotiating Unit.
Management Engineering family description: Documents information flow and work flow in existing or proposed manual or computer-based systems for the purpose of measuring its impact on existing operating costs or estimating expected future costs, and recommending the most efficient and effective utilization of staff and materials.
Conducts operational audits/analysis and related projects and develops decision support systems and other administrative support programs for the purposes of improving productivity, administrative control and decision making, cost and/or quality of service. Evaluates alternative courses of action and develops recommendations based on the synthesis of data and information obtained during the course of the engineering study. Serves as a project manager over professional staff and develops project control mechanisms utilizing specific graphical or charting techniques. Coordinates multi-disciplinary engineering support activities ranging from an advisory or consultation role to project manager. Develops microcomputer based program applications for the purpose of facilitating problem analysis and creating operational alternatives to improve management and operational productivity. Provides engineering reports and supplies the training necessary to implement recommendations documented in the reports. The application of management science, operations research and statistical principles combined with a working knowledge of the interrelationship of hospital departments and systems serves as the general basis for the problem solving approach.
Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Engineering, Industrial Management. Four years related experience.
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