The Director of Operations will serve as the senior leader responsible for clinical administrative services, as well as, clinical and research business activities for the Emory Proton Therapy Center. The Director will serve as the operational liaison between Emory and Georgia Proton Treatment Center, LLC, (the center’s owner), and will be a member of the administrative leadership team of Winship Cancer Institute.
The Emory Proton Therapy Center is a state-of-the-art facility being developed by Georgia Proton Treatment Center, LLC (GPTC), with Emory Healthcare and Winship Cancer Institute as the exclusive provider of clinical services. When fully operational, the center will employ approximately 150 full-time highly skilled proton therapy professionals. It will further establish Atlanta, Emory, and Winship Cancer Institute as national centers for biomedical innovation and advanced cancer care.
Among other functions, the Director of Operations will be responsible for:
Assisting the GPTC President, Medical Director and faculty in successfully developing, promoting, implementing, and achieving the Center's strategic plans.
Managing the clinical operational and administrative components of the center.
Recruiting and supervising staff to support the academic, clinical and administrative activities.
Managing the center's clinical operations, tracking and distributing clinical data, analyzing clinical performance, identifying opportunities for process improvements, and realizing efficiencies.
Working in conjunction with representatives from Georgia Proton Treatment Center, LLC to manage the center’s finances.
Working with all participants and others to ensure that the center renders high quality patient care and services as well as timely response to all patient inquiries.
Developing and implementing standards of performance, policies, and quality initiatives for the center.
Collaborating with the GPTC President and other representatives to establish programs (e.g. international outreach, patient advocacy and alumni etc.)
The Director of Operations should possess:
Bachelor's degree in business administration, management, health administration, or related field; Master's degree preferred.
Six (6) years management experience in physician group practice including multi-site group management.
Experience in managing a large, academic radiation oncology program and/or proton facility desired.
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About Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University
As Georgia’s first and only National Cancer Institute Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center, the Winship Cancer Institute serves as the coordinating center for a vast array of resources in medical, surgical, radiation oncology, diagnostic imaging, and the subspecialties of cancer care and prevention, basic and translational research throughout Emory University. Emory School of Medicine is renown...ed as a premier research institution, having received $363 million in sponsored research funding in fiscal year 2015 and now ranks 17th among all US medical schools in total NIH research support. Among Emory’s other research facilities are Woodruff Memorial Research Building, Rollins Research Center, Biomedical/Dental Building, the vaccine research center, and the Whitehead Memorial Research Building. Recently, Winship’s clinical program at Emory University Hospital was recognized as the number one cancer hospital in Georgia by U.S. News and World Report. Winship has 393 clinical and research members with academic appointments in over 38 departments across the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, and Public Health at Emory University. In total Winship members hold over $110 million in peer-reviewed research funding. To learn more about the Winship Cancer Institute, its research, outreach, clinical trials, and faculty and staff, visit http://www.winshipcancer.emory.edu.
At Emory Healthcare, we are transforming the face of health care and advancing medical discoveries through the integration of science and caring. We are Georgia’s only health system with three Magnet®-designated hospitals. Our teams work collaboratively to care for medically complex, high-acuity patients across a full range of hospitals, clinics and practices, with an emphasis on evidence-based practice.