Raise the bar in your nursing career and join our REMARKABLE team of health care professionals who strive to provide exceptional care to Wisconsin residents and beyond. Your nursing expertise will contribute to our mission.
The RN Clinic Manager is responsible for the management of ambulatory oncology patient care programs at two sites. This includes the Oncology Clinic at the J3/1 site in the University Hospital, including Cancer Connect and the Oncology Clinic at 1 S. Park. This manager is responsible for the leadership of the operations, staff supervision and communication and collaboration with physicians. This manager will have a collaborative relationship with a physician dyad leader at each site. Principle responsibilities include clinic & chemotherapy operations, establishing clinical standards of care; personnel management, preparation and administration of the revenue and expense budget; maintenance of cost and charge monitoring systems; serving as a liaison with external vendors; development of capital equipment requests including equipment evaluation; procurement and evaluation of other equipment and supplies; and maintaining knowledge of reimbursement regulations.
Facilitates communication, coordination and collaboration among disciplines regarding planning and provision of nursing and multidisciplinary care. Works with other oncology service line managers, clinics, nursing, hospital administration and University faculty to assure the delivery of quality cost effective care, and to provide education and research. Collaborates with physicians on issues related to the management of patient care and interacts with Oncology/Ambulatory UW Health Directors and also Medical Directors regularly to promote effective care. Works closely with medical and nursing faculty to provide students with sufficient educational opportunities to develop and enhance their clinical skills and competence in a clinical environment. Acts as a resource within the institution and to the community in the care of cancer patients. Responsible for the education, staff development and quality improvement and outreach programs of each clinic and the chemotherapy service.
This manager position with have a matrix reporting relationship and will report to the UWHC Director of Oncology Services and also a UW Health Ambulatory Director and will receive support from both leaders.
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, between the hours of 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM. This is a full-time position with 40 hours per week. Additional hours could be required to assist with department operational needs.
UW Health offers a competitive compensation and benefits package. Work experience that is relevant to the position will be taken into consideration when determining the starting base pay.
We are an Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer that values diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.
Bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Master’s degree in nursing, health care management, business or related health field.
2 years of health care operations supervisory/management experience or 3 years of progressive relevant leadership experience.
5 years progressive, relevant supervisory/management experience.
Previous clinic/healthcare management experience.
Licenses & Certifications
RN licensed in the state where employed
Applicable clinical certification
Required Skills, Knowledge
Excellent interpersonal communication, problem solving and conflict resolution skills.
Possession of analytical decision-making skills necessary to quickly assess and resolve complex logistical, technical and patient care problems and issues.
Ability to train, motivate and supervise subordinate staff.
Ability to address and manage conflict in a direct and professional manner.
Ability to build collaborative relationships with providers.
High emotional intelligence as evidenced by ability to evaluate/perceive a situation from multiple lenses and understand various perspectives in coming to problem resolution.
UW Health consists of 6 hospitals and 80 outpatient sites, including University Hospital, UW Health at The American Center, American Family Children's Hospital and UW Carbone Cancer Center. UW Health partners with the UW School of Medicine and Public Health to fulfill our shared patient care, research, education and community service missions.