Chief Administrative Officer, Stony Brook Cancer Center
Chief Administrative Officer, Stony Brook Cancer Center-1800441
- Accountable for all Stony Brook Cancer Center 's (SBCC's) business operations.
- Develops in collaboration with the SBCC Chief Clinical Officer (COO) and Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) the strategic plan that incorporates SBCC's vision, values and mission and an annual implementation plan in which the Governing Committee can measure achievement towards SBCC's vision.
- Co-leadership among the CCO, CAO and CNO in communicating of SBCC’s vision, values and mission.
- Oversees all Governing Committee functions and activities including development of meeting agendas, taking minutes, giving appropriate notices and monitoring follow-up.
- Employment, termination, development and appraising authority of all employees accountable to the incumbent.
- Co-leadership with the CCO and CNO of SBCC’s quality improvement initiatives.
- Supports the CCO in developing and implementing peer review programs within the staff and faculty.
- Participates in and supports fund-raising efforts including grateful patient programs.
- Directs, manages and is responsible for coordinating SBCC’s human resources management.
- Oversees the operation of the building in which the clinical cancer center resides.
- Oversees the functions of financial counseling, authorizations and denials and patient advocacy.
- Participates as a Leadership Team Member, in achieving SBCC’s continuous quality and performance improvement processes annual goals.
- Develops and implements programs to measure patient satisfaction and to meet customer needs and set annual service standards.
- Develops in collaboration with CCO and CNO annual operational goals, objectives, and implementation plans to support SBCC’s vision and strategic plans.
- Directs and collaborates with other Leadership Team Members to maintain efficient and productive use of space, facilities and equipment.
- Develops and maintains new faculty and staff on-boarding/orientation.
- Represents SBCC at appropriate SBUH leadership meetings.
- Evidence of progressive program services and physician practice management experience in a comparable setting involving the delivery of both inpatient and outpatient oncology services.
- Evidence of management success in a comparable setting which demonstrates evidence of program growth, successful management of operations, etc.
- Evidence of an understanding and successful management of the politics of an academic medical center and a highly matrixed comprehensive cancer center.
- Evidence of comprehensive cancer center experience and knowledge which supports the synergistic roles of clinical care and clinical research in reaching optimal clinical outcomes and ultimately designation as a NCI Comprehensive Cancer Center.
- Track record of financial management and successful performance combined with business planning skills.
- Evidence of strategic planning, marketing, network development and fund raising skills and expertise.
- Evidence of quality management and process improvement experience and expertise.
- Evidence of cancer program information systems content/knowledge expertise.
- A Bachelor’s degree is required in business, health care administration, nursing or related field.
- A minimum of eight to ten years of experience in an ACoS/COC approved cancer program.
- Successful track record of effective decision-making/problem solving skills.
- Strong finance and financial management experience to include quantitative skills.
- Understanding of and work experience with the multidisciplinary process of treating cancer patients.
- Easily engages with key staff, developing long term partnerships and collaborations with physicians to cultivate strong relationships to build and professionally develop and counsel when needed.
- Requires effective communication skills (verbal and written) with the ability to build consensus through collaboration and influence.
- Demonstrated professional, organizational and leadership skills.
- Master’s degree in Health Care Administration or Business Administration.
- Three to five years in outpatient and physician practice management experience.
- Significant experience and demonstrated success in the leadership of a comprehensive cancer program with at least three years’ experience in an academic medical center/health science center environment; experience in a NCI designated cancer center.
- National recognition as an administrative leader in the oncology space through at least the Association of Cancer Executives and the American College of Healthcare Executives.
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Official Job Title: TH Associate Administrator
Job Field: Allied Health
Primary Location: US-NY-Stony Brook
Department/Hiring Area: Cancer Center-Stony Brook University Hospital
Schedule: Full-time Day Shift 8:30am - 5:00pmCancer Center-Stony Brook University Hospital
Posting Start Date: Feb 28, 2018
Posting End Date: May 29, 2018, 10:59:00 PM
Salary: Commensurate with experience
Salary Grade: MP3