The Administrative Director of Clinical Cancer Services will work as a valuable, creative, and highly energetic team member with the Medical Director and Associate Director for Cancer Center Nursing. Her/his responsibilities will include (but are not limited to) direct non-clinical operations, financial management, and meeting budget expectations for assigned departments and services, service delivery management, and achieve individual, team, and non-clinical operations performance goals. The Administrative Director will work in collaboration with the Clinical Cancer Services Leadership Team and other Stony Brook Medicine (SBM) leaders in Clinical Cancer Services, business development, and strategic planning.
It is expected that while the Administrative Director's scope of responsibilities is comprehensive, the highest priorities for the first 2-3 years will be to lead significant improvement in ambulatory oncology services and to manage the transition of services to the new MART facility in 2018. The former will require working closely with SBM's ambulatory services management and clinical Chiefs and Chairs to improve patient access, referring physician relationships, provider productivity, and efficiencies and effectiveness of ambulatory services supporting the providers in the ambulatory area.
Key Responsibilities: Directs and manages, in conjunction with the Clinical Cancer Services Physician Leader and Associate Director for Nursing, non-clinical operations based on responsibilities for assigned departments and services. Clinical Cancer Services management responsibilities include: Non-clinical staffing and Clinical Cancer Services support staff in collaboration with the Leadership Team. Clinic schedules (templates, scheduling process, schedule management). Patient registration and flow. Representative to coordinate, monitor, and modify (as required) Clinical Cancer Services call center services. Services delivery standards and outcomes. Facilities and equipment planning and management Other responsibilities as assigned. Directs, manages, and is responsibility for budget/fiscal and human resources management for assigned operations. Participates as a Leadership Team member, in achieving cancer program continuous quality and performance improvement processes annual goals. Utilizes principles of program management to meet customer needs and annual service delivery standards for assigned operations units. Develops annual operations budgets, goals, objectives, action plans, and implementation schedules for assigned operations units. Directs and works in conjunction with the other Leadership Team members to maintain efficient and productive use of space, facilities, and equipment. Directs the planning and implementation of new faculty onboarding in the Clinical Cancer Services. Required Qualifications A bachelor's degree is required preferably in business, health care administration, nursing, or related field; Masters in above areas preferred. Evidence of progressive program services and group practice management experience in a comparable setting involving delivery of outpatient oncology services. Evidence of management success in a comparable setting; demonstrate evidence of program growth, successful management of operations, etc. Understands and can successfully manage the politics of an academic medical center and matrix organization. Evidence of cancer program and group practice content/knowledge base commensurate with the position. Track record of financial management and successful performance combined with business planning expertise. Evidence of strategic planning, marketing, network development skills and expertise. Evidence of quality management and process improvement experience and expertise. Evidence of cancer program information systems content/knowledge expertise. Preferred Qualifications A bachelor's degree is required preferably in business, health care administration, nursing, or related field; Masters in above areas preferred. A minimum of six to ten years of experience in an ACoS approved cancer program with three to five years in outpatient cancer program and group practice management experience is preferred. Demonstrates strong leadership and interpersonal skills. Successful track record of effective decision-making/problem solving skills. Strong finance and financial management experience to include quantitative skills. Easily engages with key staff, developing long term partnerships with physician to cultivate strong relationships to build and professionally develop and counsel when needed. Requires effective communication skills (verbal and written) with the ability to consensus/team build through collaboration and influence. Special Notes Procedure for Candidacy Procedure for Candidacy Please DO NOT click the
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