Hospital Administrator

Practice Management Lynnwood, Washington All, United States All, Washington


Position at Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle

Veterinary Specialty Center of Seattle (VSCS) is seeking a compassionate, confident, and business-savvy individual to lead a team of over 100 employees. Located in Lynnwood, Washington. VSCS is a 24-hour Emergency and Critical Care and Specialty hospital. We offer a collaborative approach to veterinary medicine. We support Emergency and Critical Care, Neurology, Surgery, Internal Medicine, Cardiology, Oncology and Radiology, all in one hospital. We pride ourselves on providing compassionate medical care and exceptional client service.

The Seattle area offers many opportunities for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts and city dwellers. A part of the Pacific Northwest, the area offers hiking, kayaking, nature walks, and beaches in the summer. Skiing, snowshoeing, and other winter sports are popular when the winter season hits. The Seattle area also boasts some of the best culinary experiences in the country. You can find top-notch theater, ballet, opera, and an ever-growing music scene. With year-round festivals, fairs and concert venues, there is always something to do. 

We offer an incredible benefits package including health, vision, & dental, paid parental leave, matching 401(k), PTO, generous pet care discounts, and much more! Visit our website for more information about our practice 

The Hospital Administrator oversees the business activities of the hospital, including hiring and training hospital staff; working with Thrive regional support to prepare and manage budgets; monitoring and analyzing key performance indicators; managing the hospital software, and implementing safety and security procedures.

As the VSCS Hospital Administrator you will:

  • Be critical to the success of the hospital, ensuring a positive culture built on shared values and direct communication.
  • Communicate the company values and mission to the team. Motivate staff and help build and maintain morale.
  • Collaborate with the other practice leaders to create operational efficiencies and problem-solve to improve client service and employee engagement.
  • Guide the financial and strategic activities of the hospital to achieve growth and profitability.
  • Help lead Thrive Planning leadership meetings and serve as the “Integrator” on the hospital’s accountability chart.

Experience Preferred:

  • 3-5 years of proven success leading professionals in a complex organization.
  • Bachelor's Degree in business or related field preferred. CVPM credentials are a plus.