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- For the Mount Sinai Health System two-year Administrative Fellowship Program, the Administrative Fellow is assigned one of seven hospitals within the Mount Sinai Health System, allowing him/her to gain invaluable hospital operations experience and knowledge by rotating through key departments. The Fellow will observe a variety of business situations, engage in the critical analysis of complex problems and participate in the formulation of recommendations for solutions. Additionally, the Fellow will work closely with senior leadership, department administrators, and managerial staff, where they will be exposed to the day-to-day roles and responsibilities each play in the operations and management responsibilities of hospital leaders in the context of a large, academic medical system.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Observes and actively participates in departmental meetings and activities, depending on the assigned rotation.
2. Collaborates with hospital leadership and staff to strategize, execute and implement projects and processes.
3. Utilizes technology (Microsoft Office Suite and other applications, as necessary) to accurately report and track progress and assigned projects.
4. Conducts research and/or attends educational sessions to obtain a better understanding of assigned tasks.
5. Presents to senior leadership, department administrators and managerial staff on rotational experiences, including projects in which one is engaged, metrics and results related to specific initiatives, and recommendations to improve and streamline processes.
6. Completes regular reviews of preceptors and mentors; this information will be used to improve the program for future Administrative Fellows.
7. Assists in the recruitment and application review processes for future Administrative Fellows.
Masters degree, with at least a 3.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) on a 4.0 scale
Academic requirements as indicated, with the following:
• Highly motivated candidate with specific attention to detail
• Self-starter who demonstrates intellectual rigor
• Strong computer skills (MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and written communication skills
• Ability to interact with multiple levels of staff
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a team