The System Director of Oncology has responsibility/accountability to provide oversight and direction for the Oncology Service Line. The system director works closely with the Vice President and the Medical Director of Oncology Services to define the mission, budget, performance standards, and strategic goals for oncology services at CoxHealth. Responsibilities include providing leadership to oncology department managers and frontline staff; overseeing accreditation processes for the oncology program and monitoring adherence to all associated accreditation standards of the American College of Surgeons (ACoS) and the American College of Radiology (ACR) for areas of responsibility; overseeing employee engagement, patient experience, operations, capital purchases, and quality metrics for oncology services across the system The system director also plays a key role in overseeing oncology research at CoxHealth facilities.
Required: Bachelor’s Degree in a healthcare related field
Preferred: Masters of Business or Healthcare Administration
Required: At least 5 years’ experience in a healthcare related field
Good public relation skills.
Excellent telephone skills.
Must be able to work effectively with staff, public and external agencies.
Must have the ability to take initiative and to exercise good judgment and decision-making
Critical thinking, conflict management, negotiation and Personnel development
Internal Number: 20210019-49254_275000916
Cox Medical Center South is the jewel of the Medical Mile. Located on the southern edge of Springfield, this full-service facility has been serving physicians and their patients since 1985. The growing campus includes many physician offices, a Level I Trauma Center, the Dee Ann White Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Jared Neuroscience Center and more.