VALLEY MEDICAL CENTER
TITLE: Manager Medical Oncology and Infusion Center
AREA OF ASSIGNMENT: Cancer Services
RESPONSIBLE TO: Vice President Ambulatory Services?
- Current Washington State RN licensure is required.
- Bachelor degree required, Master’s degree preferred.
- Current Certification as OCN, AOCNP, or AOCNS
- 3 - 5 years progressive leadership in Oncology.
- Minimum of three (3) years management experience required.
- Knowledge of fiscal management systems and techniques.
- Experience in human resource management practices including supervision and staff development.
- Skill in analyzing financial data and preparing appropriate related reports.?
- Ability to comprehend, execute and act within scope of practice.
- Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written form in the English language.
- Demonstrates effective interpersonal skills in a diverse population.
- Demonstrates effective interpersonal skills in a diverse population. Able to deal with a variety of personnel, financial and non-financial, management and staff.?
UNIQUE PHYSICAL/MENTAL DEMANDS, ENVIRONMENT, AND WORKING CONDITIONS: Requires prolonged sitting, some bending, stooping and stretching. Requires hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a keyboard, copier, telephone, calculator and other office equipment. Requires ability to deal with stressful situations and multiple deadlines. Requires normal range of hearing and eyesight.?
- Generic Job Functions: See Generic Criteria for Managers.
- Provide administrative direction and evaluation of all the program activities.
- Meet with nursing and support staff to provide direction concerning the management of patients in the program.
- Intervene with staff for problem solving in case management, service priority and conflict resolution.
- Consult with the program leadership in developing quality indicators and evaluation for performance and processes within their assignment.
- Provide leadership in establishing a customer-focused service consistent with the Medical Center’s initiatives and plan.
- Serve as a role model in setting a standard of practice within VMC and in meeting all obligations of management, including timely completion of reports and adherence to budgetary targets.
- Consult with VMC medical and administrative leadership to assist in recruiting staff members to the program whenever necessary.
- Provide administrative leadership and consultation in connection with marketing endeavors initiated by VMC.
- Provide or assist with continuing education for staff, as requested.
- Consult and participate actively in Joint Commission and other accrediting bodies’ compliance efforts.
- Work with management, staff and physicians to facilitate cost-efficient usage and an extraordinary "user-friendly" environment.
- Oversee scheduling, turnarounds, communication, reporting, personnel, supplies, equipment, etc. to improve operational efficiencies.
- Assist in the development and implementation of professional and public education programs related to diseases of the breast.
- Assist in the clinical research, studies and publications.
- Assist in major equipment and supply decisions.