Administrative Fellow

ID 2022-12732
Location
Cone Health
Work Location
US-NC-Greensboro
Division : Name
People and Corporate Services
Department : Name
SW- PEOPLE AND CULTURE
Category
PROFESSIONAL/MNGMNT
Position Sub-Category
PROFESSIONAL/MNGMNT
Position Type
Full Time
Employment Type
Employee
Exempt/NonExempt
Exempt
FTE
1.00
Work Hours
40.00
Provider Schedule (specific schedule)
Monday-Friday
On call Required
No

Overview

 

The intent of the Administrative Fellowship is to develop leaders who intend to pursue a career in healthcare administration. The role of an Administrative Fellow is to utilize and further develop the skills and knowledge acquired during graduate education and previous work experiences, within a formal health care setting. The fellowship is designed to provide the fellow with opportunities to:

- Develop a practical understanding of clinical and administrative interrelationships in a health care organization.

- Further the development of a code of personal ethics and dedication to the high ideals and standards, which are essential for a career in health care administration.

- Improve the fellow?s understanding of the concepts and principles presented in the didactic portion of their program.

 

- Strengthen leadership, judgment, problem-solving and administrative skills.

- Develop an understanding of the inadequacies and constraints of the health care delivery system and the role of the administrator in maximizing the quality of services available in the system.

- Develop goals for personal and professional development.

 

PLEASE ATTACH REQUIRED DOCUMENTS DOCUMENTS FOR A COMPLETE APPLICATION:

Current Resume
Official Graduate School Transcript
Personal Statement of Interest (maximum of two pages, double-spaced)
Three (3) Letters of Recommendation (to be requested in the "Supporting Documents" quadrant): (1) ACADEMIC, (1) PROFESSIONAL, and (1) OTHER (academic, professional, or letter from your program director)
One essay, maximum 500 words (View essay question)

Please submit all of the required information as one multi page document.

 

 

 

Responsibilities

 

 
Attend and participate in health system meetings, including Leadership Council, Executive Vice President, Board of Trustees and associated Committee meetings, other meetings as assigned that meet the needs of the fellow and the organization.

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Collaborate with leaders to identify potential project assignments within the health system. Participate in operational problem solving and critical thinking solutions. Participate in key enterprise-wide events, such as budgeting processes, accreditation surveys and IT transitions. Oversee major projects assigned by leaders, such as a task force, program change and/or development of a new program plan that affect the organization at-large.

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Develop effective relationships with multiple constituencies within the organization.

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Observe administrative practices within a community setting. Develop strong relationships with key community stakeholders. Participate and seek involvement in community-focused events that affect healthcare.

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Rotation through the major administrative and clinical areas within the organization. Become acquainted with the organization?s history, environment, structure and governance.

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Qualifications

 

EDUCATION:
Required - Masters-prepared individuals who have completed the degree requirements or are candidates (on schedule to complete degree before June 1) in health care administration (MHA), business administration (MBA), public health (MPH), health services administration (MSHA), nursing (MSN), or related field of study

 

EXPERIENCE:
Health care experience highly preferred

 

LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION/REGISTRY/LISTING:
REQUIRED

Valid driver's licesne required. If driving Cone Health vehicle, must have 5 years of driving experience and MVR must be approved by Risk Management.

Required Documents:

  1. Current Resume
  2. Official Graduate School Transcript
  3. Personal Statement of Interest (maximum of two pages, double-spaced)
  4. Three (3) Letters of Recommendation (to be requested in the "Supporting Documents" quadrant): (1) ACADEMIC, (1) PROFESSIONAL, and (1) OTHER (academic, professional, or letter from your program director)
  5. One essay, maximum 500 words (View essay question)

Please submit all of the required information as one multi page document.



 

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