Become a Healthcare Manager
Depending on the size of the workplace and the exact demands of the position, employers’ knowledge specifications for clinical supervisors will vary. Generally, you’ll need to have at the least a bachelor’s level in a area like medical solutions control or wellness good care control. Coursework in a appropriate 4-year, bachelor’s level program includes courses on wellness good care law and ethics, wellness good care financial control, company and control in wellness good care, computer for wellness good care, wellness good care control, and case control.
Clinical supervisors are responsible for running many areas of medical establishments and should be comfortable breaking down and delegating tasks when appropriate. An ability to consume, absorb, and analyze large amounts of information will help you in a profession in clinical control.
Economic and Career Outlook
Clinical supervisors fall under the U.S. Bureau of Work Statistics’ (BLS, www.bls.gov) broader category of medical and wellness solutions managers; with employment growth expected to be 23% from 2012-2022, the job perspective for this area is very good. The average 2012 annual earnings for medical and wellness solutions supervisors were $88,580.
Alternate Career Options
Human Sources Manager
A recruiting administrator leads the hiring and worker evaluation process for a company or company. He or she ensures that company policies adhere to labor laws and also directs the control of worker benefit and payroll programs. A lowest of a bachelors level in recruiting or a appropriate area is usually required, along with several years of appropriate experience. Individual resources supervisors may also earn voluntary professional certification. Tasks in recruiting control are projected to increase at an average rate according to the BLS – 13% from 2012-2022.