Administrative Fellowship Program

Cleveland, Ohio, US
Feb 20, 2021
Internal Medicine
Position Type
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The Administrative Fellowship program, based at Cleveland Clinic Main Campus, is a one year, project-based, postgraduate training program. Fellows are selected in a formal application process each Fall for a June 7th onboarding. The Administrative Fellows are provided the experiential educational opportunities to continue their management development, healthcare and financial acumen and project management skills.

  • Experiential learning throughout the 12-month training program.
  • Manages diverse portfolio of healthcare projects serving in role of project manager or team support.
  • Expected to make meaningful contributions to the progress and work product of these initiatives and meet project sponsors needs.
  • Progresses along the Administrative Fellow Competency Model during the twelve months.
  • Shows development along each domain and remain open towards coaching and opportunities to develop further.
  • Attends key leadership meetings as opportunity for observation and meet with leaders from across Cleveland Clinic (CC) to learn all aspects of healthcare administration.
  • Participates in performance feedback (Alumni Presentation Model (2x/year), Midyear Feedback Survey (2x/year) and Evaluations by Program Director (2x/year) that identify key characteristics of competency model, including: adaptability, communication, decision making, initiative, managing work, team work and work standard.
  • Other duties as assigned.

  • Qualified candidates will have a Master's Degree (MBA, MHA or MHSA) or equivalent coursework with preference for programs accredited by the Commission of Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education (CAHME).
  • The Fellowship is geared towards the highly-motivated graduate with some practical experience in healthcare.

  • None required.

Complexity of Work:
  • Requires critical thinking skills, decisive judgment, and the ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Must be able to work in a stressful environment and take appropriate action.

Work Experience:
  • The program is a 12-month (June 7th - June 30th) project-based training program.
  • Many applicants have 1-3 years of work experience before obtaining graduate degrees. However, this experience is not mandatory.

Physical Requirements:
  • Manual dexterity to operate office equipment.
  • May require periods of sitting, standing and the ability to walk to various locations throughout the health system to attend meetings.
  • Must have normal or corrected vision and be able to clearly communicate verbally by phone or in person.
  • Must have own transportation to travel to multiple sites.

Personal Protective Equipment:
  • Follows Standard Precautions using personal protective equipment as required for procedures.

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