At St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, we know what can be achieved when the brightest scientific minds face the fewest barriers. That’s why we provide world-class facilities. State-of-the-art technologies. Extraordinary support. And a collaborative, bench-to-bedside environment where you can see, firsthand, how your science translates into survival for the children we serve. Quite simply, at St. Jude, we encourage you to dream big, and we give you everything you need to be the force behind our cures.
The Department of Pathology at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has an exciting new opening for a Progam Manager - Stewardship and Utilization. This newly created position provides a great opportunity for an experienced self-starter to assist in the design and creation of the stewardship and utilization program that is critical to achieving the organization's strategic plan and critical mission.
Under the general supervision of the Director-Administration and Operations and the Medical Directors, this position is responsible for the tactical and operational management of Pathology's stewardship and utilization efforts and also:
Serves as the key institutional contact for program activities.
Plans, develops and implements the activities of the program.
Assures that the Department of Pathology adheres to the regulatory and accreditation standards of federal, state, and accreditation agencies with respect to program initiatives.
Assists with general problem solving and resolution.
Contributes to assignments for data collection and distribution.
Performs other related duties as assigned or directed to meet the goals and objectives of the department and the hospital.
Bachelor's degree in health sciences, medical technology, healthcare economics and utilization, business administration or a related field required
Master's degree or above preferred
Seven (7) years of laboratory or quality management experience is required
Experience with computational data analysis and presentation is preferred
Experience with lab utilization and stewardship is strongly preferred.