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A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.
We are seeking a highly motivated administrative manager to coordinate the implementation and operation of the cellular therapy center at Michigan Medicine. The center will provide central oversight over all aspects pertaining to the delivery of a broad array of procedures within the health system that involve the emerging fields of cellular immunotherapy and regenerative medicine. This position will require strong leadership, organizational abilities and personnel management skills to oversee a multi-disciplinary cellular therapy team that will coordinate clinical activities across various medical specialties / disciplines. The administrator will not only provide management of daily clinical operations and finances, but also implement projects and at times recommend strategic direction for operational changes across cellular therapy units. The Cell Therapy Executive Committee will direct the manager by providing immediate and long term goals and objectives for the center. Along with the committee, the administrative manager will report directly to hospital leadership to inform the Executive Vice Dean for Clinical Affairs. Thus, this opportunity will be ideally suited for an enthusiastic self-learner who is adaptable and comfortable at apply independent judgment to search out appropriate courses of action within the context of hospital policies and procedures.
To provide management expertise in the development, organization and oversight of clinical operations for cellular therapy at Michigan Medicine.
To implement Michigan Medicine cellular therapy policies directed by deans, directors and cellular therapy leaders. This will involve assisting in the initiation and monitoring of adherence to regulatory requirements, established guidelines for clinical work-flow, quality management initiatives, data warehousing and education.
To assist in the development of cellular therapy at Michigan Medicine by posting, interviewing, selecting and training of employees to conduct specified roles in the center that are multi-disciplinary and include regulatory & quality management, clinical care coordination, advance practice providers, research coordination, data management and social work.
To provide professional expertise (directly or indirectly) for cellular therapy staff in activities pertaining to human resource management (included but not limited to promotion, salary changes, performance coaching, disciplinary actions, training and development, ensuring consistent application of organizational policies, appraising productivity, handling complaints and disciplinary action).
To provide oversight of cellular therapy operations by routine reporting of patient volumes, quality measures, clinical outcomes, utilization of recourses and financial assessments.
Qualified candidates will require a Bachelor's degree or higher. The candidate will possess strong professional experience in health care management or administration. These experiences will ideally include an overall understanding of complex clinical care delivery, thus direct experience in acute outpatient care, hospital or transplant settings will be beneficial.
A background in managing daily clinical operations and related finances are encouraged but not required. Experience in clinical research settings and the regulatory requirements (FDA, FACT) related to the administration of cellular therapy products is desirable.
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