Up to $10000 sign-on bonus and relocation assistance for
New England Cancer Specialists (NECS) is currently seeking a
full-time Oncology Clinic Director who will oversee the day-to-day
operations of our Topsham and Scarborough Clinics. Previous Oncology
nursing experience required OCN certification preferred. The Clinic
Director is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the
clinic as well as the supervision of all nurses, medical assistants,
and/or provide indirect supervisory support for other assigned
personnel. Responsibilities include maintaining fiscal
accountability, quality, and regulatory standards, and maintaining a
high level of patient/family-centered care and service, patient and
staff satisfaction, program development, educational development,
managing and developing teams, fiscal accountability, and
maintaining quality and regulatory standards. This role regularly
communicates with Senior Leadership and Site Lead Physicians.
NECS is committed to achieving the best outcome and providing
unmatched support in all areas for every patient. Nationally
recognized as 1 of 12 Oncology Medical Homes in the Nation and the
first private practice member of the Dana-Farber Cancer Care
Collaborative, NECS brings together top clinicians, researchers, and
dedicated medical professionals, clinical and non-clinical to create
the best possible experience for our patients.
Maine the Way Life Should Be! There are many reasons that
Maine is consistently voted as one of the best places to live. Named
Wellhub’s 2020 Safest State to Live for our combination of safety
factors including coronavirus support, personal and property safety,
and unemployment rate. Our Topsham clinic is located just minutes
from Bowdoin College and 30 mins from Maines's largest city
Portland, voted the #1 Foodie City in the country by Bon Appetit
Magazine. Short drives to the rocky ocean coast and beautiful
lakes/mountains regions make the great outdoors our backyard. The
greater Scarborough area boasts many cultural and social activities
and well as exceptional school systems
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Coaches and leads healthcare team members in the performance
of patient care procedures and processes with a focus on safety
and competence. Provides coaching, counseling, and discipline as needed.
Approves and maintains timecards for direct reports.
Ensures the clinic is appropriately staffed at all times.
Delegates to and supports clinic leads in areas of responsibility.
Interviews job applicants, makes hiring recommendations, and
helps coordinate new hire orientation, ensuring all necessary
training is completed.
Ensures that resources, supplies, and materials are available
for patient care.
Assists in the development of department/division goals and
works to achieve those related to the Clinic and Treatment areas.
Role models for staff incorporating organizational initiatives
and adapting to changes in clinical care, research, and patient safety.
Coordinates & participates in continuing education
programs and in-services, national and regional professional
organizations, and community-sponsored programs specific to
Oncology and Hematology.
Maintains patient care standards and assures that patient care
functions, such as assessment, treatment and documentation are
completed safely and effectively and in accordance with HIPAA guidelines.
Initiates and documents appropriate interventions; evaluates
and records patient/family responses within practice protocol.
Incorporates evidence-based research into clinical practice to
improve patient experience.
Ensures that clinical operations follow NECS continuity
guidelines and procedures and, the smooth execution of all
practice nursing policies, procedures, and systems.
Coordinates, integrates, and completes compliance reviews of
new clinical SOP’s as set forth by Leadership within NECS.
The Clinic Director is the primary contact for clinic
improvement initiatives including facility-related issues.
Maintains open and effective communication with all providers,
employees, and vendors.
Works collaboratively with team members, team leads, and other departments.
Partners with outside healthcare partners (MMC, SMMC, PRH,
etc.) as needed to support practice initiatives and strategic objectives.
Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending
educational workshops, reviewing professional publications,
personal networking, and participation in professional societies.
Maintains clinical or site budgets and meets regularly with
the CFO to ensure practice compliance and alignment.
Meets with Physician Executive Committee and Practice
Leadership on a regular basis, to keep them informed of clinical
flow and development.
The Clinic Director provides clinical support for QOPI and OMH
certifications, coordination of ECPS, EHR, and physicians, and is
an EHR Super-User.
Other duties as assigned.
The Clinic Director position has supervisory responsibilities.
Travel: Frequent travel between sites is required.