To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These values - integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion - must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.
The Assistant Mgr. Smilow APP will collaborate and assist the Sr. Program Mgr. Oncology APP in providing administrative oversight and support for all Oncology APPs in the service line throughout the state of CT, including those in the inpatient, outpatient and network centers. In addition, he/she provides support (communication, professional development) to APPs who work in Smilow, but organizationally report elsewhere (such as a university department). (Approximate span of control =50 FTE).
Considered as an expert on APP practice, the Assistant Mgr. Smilow APP will assist the Sr. Program Mgr. Oncology APP, physician leaders and others to help establish APP driven practice in all Smilow settings.
The Assistant Mgr. Smilow APP will assist and support the Senior Program Manager, APP to ensure that the APP practice is consistent with EBP and regulatory requirements; assist in overseeing performance evaluations and practice reviews; assist in ensuring the application of the peer review process.
He/she will participate in Leadership and Quality councils and provide consistent information to the APP constituent group. He/she will also provide clinical support to a clinical disease team.
- 1. Collaborate and assist in providing general administrative support to the Oncology APP group.
- 1.1 Assists in conducting regular meetings with all APPs working in Smilow Cancer Hospital
- 2. Overseeing the APP Clinical Practice
- 2.1 Collaborate with APPs on annual goal development
- 3. Professional development for APPs in Oncology
- 3.1 Assists in conducting regular needs assessment in partnership with Oncology Nursing Education
- 4. Recruitment and orientation of newly hired APP
- 4.1 Assists to coordinate the posting, hiring and recruitment process for new APP positions
- 5. Provide direct clinical support to assigned Multidisciplinary Disease team
- 5.1 Maintains clinical competences and practice with assigned disease team.
Master's degree or DNP required. Oncology experience preferred. Graduation from approved Advanced Practice Provider (PA or APRN) program. Certified as a Physician Assistant or APRN by the National Board of Medical Examiners.
Minimum of three years of clinical experience. Minimum of 1 year leadership experience.
APRN or PA Licensure in the State of CT
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated leadership skills. Ability to work in a collaborative
and fast pace environment.