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Reporting directly to the Senior Director, Hospital Administration, the Senior Administrative Manager will partner with the Senior Director as she leads a transformative administrative initiative within the Department of Medicine and partner with Physicians, at all levels, to deliver excellence in academic and clinical operations.
The Division of Subspecialty Medicine provides specialty medical care to patients undergoing cancer treatment, including preventing and treating the complications of cancer treatment and treating and monitoring pre-existing conditions.
The Division of Survivorship and Supportive Care serves as an integrated academic and administrative home for the practitioners whose efforts are focused internal medicine as well as the support of cancer patients throughout this care continuum.
• A strategic thinker who takes a broad view and looks ahead to future possibilities and translates them into breakthrough strategies.
• Consistently able to achieve results, even under tough circumstances.
• A change leader who is able to effectively gain the support and dedication of others to implement change while using diplomacy and discretion in balancing the interests of multiple stakeholders across the organization.
• A good decision-maker, with shown success at making timely decisions to keep the organization moving forward.
• Someone who doesn’t shy away from difficult situations or people, saying what needs to be said.
• Skilled at painting a compelling picture of MSK’s strategy and vision that motivates others to action.
• Capable of building effective teams where individuals apply their diverse skills and perspectives to achieve common goals.
• Able to make sense of complex and sometimes contradictory information or situations in order to resolve challenges and plan for improvement.
• Lead operations for the divisions of Subspeciality Medicine and Survivorship & Supportive Care to ensure the highest quality of patient care and patient-centric care
• Collaborate with the Division Heads as well as physician leaders to develop, implement and evaluate goals, policies, procedures, and programs to meet patient care, educational and research objectives in collaboration with administrative colleagues
• Direct the operational, technical, fiscal, human and information resource functions within the divisions to ensure alignment with department and institutional goals
• Provide leadership and direction to a team of managers, cultivating an empowered and engaged workforce; oversee all HR-related issues across the division
• Direct fiscal management systems to meet goals and ensure optimal utilization of resources to meet objectives in a cost-effective and efficient manner
• Serve as a direct resource to Division Head and other leaders for identifying and resolving issues, communicating information and facilitating required actions both within the Department and across MSK
• Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred
• At least eight years of directly related experience, including supporting a large clinical practice, preferably in an academic medical center
• Experience in a senior leadership role; preferably with significant people management
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