Join Wisconsin's only NCI Designated Comprehensive Cancer Center as the Senior Director of Oncology
- The Senior Director is responsible for the direction and leadership of operational, financial, programmatic and personnel activities for Oncology Services.
- The Senior Director will demonstrate a spirit of “big picture thinking”, working to enhance business market concepts as well as the 6 surrounding facilities as a whole and creating a strategy to support the Wisconsin market and beyond.
- This individual will be instrumental in identifying, developing, and implementing operational, tactical, and strategic initiatives to advance the mission of UW Health/UW Carbone Cancer Center Oncology Services across the system of.
- Engages staff and other stakeholders in continuous improvement of systems and processes as well as manages resources for staff participation in improvement work activities.
- This leader will be a programmatic builder. He/She will help construct out the set for expansive projects such as a large care model re-design project that is currently in progress.
- Through the process of expanding to a new 470,000 sqft campus with state-of-the-art radiation oncology practices, new clinical research and patient suites, the Senior Director will demonstrate the ability to triage as well as strategically process through the enhancement of oncology patient and at-home care.
- Seeking an innovative and strategic administrative leader to identify key programs for growth based on the current market and work to enhance how the organization delivers cancer care as a whole.
- Ideal candidates will bring a comprehensive understanding of business market concepts and previous experience as it pertains to strategic program development.
- Must bring 7 years of progressively responsible management or supervisory level experience.
- Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field such as business administration, health administration or a health profession required.
- Academic NCI preferred.
- University of Wisconsin (UW) Health is part of a long UW-Madison tradition of excellence and innovation in the health sciences. From the first premedical "Special Science" course offered in 1887 through the opening in 1924 of Wisconsin General Hospital and the establishment in 1925 of a full four-year medical degree program at the university, UW physicians and researchers have pursued their fourfold mission with vision and vigor.
- Established in 1973 as one of the first six university-based comprehensive cancer centers in the nation by the National Cancer Institute, the UW Carbone is Wisconsin’s only comprehensive cancer center.
- The UW Carbone Cancer Center is also part of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network and the Big Ten Cancer Research Consortium. They are accredited by the Commission on Cancer.
- Over the years, they have achieved numerous breakthroughs in medicine and health care. Their discoveries have helped extend the lives of people throughout the nation and the world.
- UW Health is the integrated health system of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, caring for more than 650,000 unique patient lives each year with 1,750 employed physicians and 17,000 employees at seven hospitals and 89 clinic locations.
- Madison, Wisconsin residents enjoy many attractions and activities including sporting events, art galleries, and museums, performing arts centers and great shopping and dining.
- This scenic state capital is located near numerous lakes and protected parks, offering access to pristine fishing opportunities and miles of hiking and biking trails.
- Take advantage of the Dane County Farmers' Market, the largest producer-only farmers' market in the country, on Saturday mornings in the summer, or free concerts performed by the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra’s every week.
- Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Chicago, Illinois are both easily accessible, offering endless entertainment options.