Manager, Screening Programs
Job ID: R0037290 | Medical Education | Full Time | Charlottesville, VA
The Manager of Screening Programs and Services will be responsible for the implementation and evaluation of the strategic goals and objectives related to cancer screening and navigation. The manager will work with key stakeholders in the community and UVA Health to improve screening rates, develop effective pathways to initiate screening, and follow up of abnormal findings.
  • Works with Cancer Center leadership to develop screening programs and initiatives specific to the needs of the Cancer Center catchment area, including breast, cervical, colorectal, lung, melanoma, and prostate.
  • Develops and implements screening-based programs, including needs analysis, background literature reviews, and setting goals and objectives.
  • Works with Cancer Center leadership to develop and implement navigation services and pathways.
  • Works with community and partner sites to develop and implement navigation pathways. including developing relationships for referral and follow-up.
  • Provides management and oversight for navigation team.
  • Manages and track progress according to the timeline and provides regular, timely updates to the Director of OCOE.
  • Works with regional outreach specialists to implement and monitor screening services in the community.
  • Provides day-to-day direction and coordination of cancer screening service and programs, including the management of screening work plans and reporting.
  • Develops systems and processes necessary for tracking cancer screenings.
  • Facilitates partnerships with internal and external stakeholders to advance cancer screening initiatives.
  • Works with key partners to implement and oversee the success of quality improvement projects related to cancer screening.

Minimum Requirements
  • Education: Minimum of a bachelor's degree. Master's degree in public health, nursing, or a related field strongly preferred.
  • Experience: Minimum of 4 years (6 years preferred) working with in a healthcare setting, public health, or related field.
  • Other: Solid understanding of clinical quality improvement strategies. Solid understanding of evidence-based strategies in cancer prevention and control. Demonstrated project management experience (planning, tracking, and documenting project timelines, goals, evaluations, and budgets). Demonstrated ability to effectively lead a team and grow collaboration. Consistent ability to independently set and deliver outcomes in a fast-paced environment. Demonstrated decision-making and problem-solving techniques. Demonstrated work ethic, integrity, and professional conduct. Must have excellent communication skills with demonstrated abilities in report writing and public speaking.

Physical Demands
Some travel will be required by air and car.



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