The Network Director, Radiation Oncology directs and manages the operations, strategies, planning, customer satisfaction, profitability and clinical outcomes of the network Radiation Oncology departments. The Network Director, Radiation Oncology is responsible for facilitating the planning, organization, implementation and control of resources for optimal performance of the network Radiation Oncology departments.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Plans, develops, coordinates, and evaluates the overall direction of all Network Radiation Oncology departments including establishment and oversight of departmental polices and standards.
Provide leadership, oversight, direction, clinical guidance and administrative guidance of clinical Managers related to the operations at all Network Radiation Oncology departments. Ensures consistency at all sites.
Participates in identifying department needs and supports department goals and objective in order to contribute to the growth of the Oncology Service Line.
Collaborates with the Oncology Service Line leaders to assist in planning and implementing cancer network strategic plan as it pertains to radiation oncology.
Demonstrates financial responsibility and accountability through the effective and efficient use of resources in daily procedures, processes and practices.
In conjunction with managers, oversees and assures current and future staffing is responsive to patient needs and consistent with productivity standards.
Monitors and reviews Clinical Manager’s performance, ensures competency and initiates remedial actions when appropriate to assure compliance with program policies and standards. Provides consistent, honest, and timely feedback.
Assures that competencies and department orientation is appropriate and consistent across all departments.
Implements progressive practices and guidelines to achieve Network Radiation Oncology goals and objectives.
Leads monthly staff meetings for direct reports, providing ongoing information regarding patient care, changes in regulations, etc. and to assure all staff is knowledgeable of network policies, standard of care/practice, state and federal regulations.
Physical and Sensory Requirements:
Requires sitting for up to seven hours per day, four hours at a time. Standing for up to fours hours per day, one hour at a time. Requires frequent use of fingers, and twisting/turning of hands to operate equipment. Walking for up to 8 hours per day, in 10 minute increments. Frequent use of hands for chart handling and writing. Twisting and turning of hands t o operate equipment. Pushing, pulling and lifting patients up to 300 pounds with assistance. Frequently stoops and bends. Occasional squatting. Often reaches above shoulder level. Must have ability to hear as it relates to normal conversation and to see as it relates to general vision.
Excellent Benefits Package available! EOE.
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Internal Number: R034398
About St. Luke’s University Health Network
St. Luke’s University Health Network (SLUHN) is a non-profit, regional, fully integrated, nationally recognized network providing services at ten hospitals and more than 315 sites in Lehigh, Northampton, Carbon, Schuylkill, Bucks, Montgomery, Berks and Monroe counties in Pennsylvania and Warren and Hunterdon counties in New Jersey.