Administrative Fellowship Program

Location
Cleveland, Ohio, US
Posted
Feb 20, 2021
Ref
115242
Specialty
Internal Medicine
Position Type
Permanent
Job Details

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.

Responsibilities:
  • 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.


Education:
  • 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.


Certifications:
  • 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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