Since 1986, Moffitt Cancer Center has been Florida’s largest multi-disciplinary medical group practice dedicated to cancer care, providing services to hospitals and clinics throughout Florida and beyond. Moffitt is a full-service hospital licensed for 218 beds, devoting millions of square feet to research and patient care. Clinical services include a 36-bed blood and marrow transplant unit; 14 operating rooms; a diagnostic radiology department with MRI, PET/CT, digital mammography, and a radiation therapy department with ten linear accelerators.
Moffitt is the leading cancer hospital in the Southeast and has been nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report since 1999; it is presently No. 11 on U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals for Cancer. Moffitt employs some of the best cancer minds from around the world.
Moffitt is the only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center based in Florida. It is one of only 51 National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers, a distinction that recognizes Moffitt’s scientific excellence, multidisciplinary research, and robust training and education. Moffitt provides a unique environment for groundbreaking research to translate into innovative treatment by a multi-disciplinary provider team at a quicker pace.
The Moffitt Medical Group (MMG) consists of 629 oncology specialists, including 322 board-certified physicians and 307 advanced practice professionals, as well as other staff who specialize in nearly 30 cancer programs and services. Specialty-trained physicians focus on cancer diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. The MMG physician team includes cancer surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, radiologists, and pathologists, along with experts in cancer genomics and cardio-oncology.
Moffitt Cancer Center is one of 30 leading cancer centers in the U.S. participating in the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN.) This nonprofit alliance is dedicated to patient care, research, and education. The world-renowned experts from the NCCN diagnose and treat patients with cancer, with a particular focus on uncommon, complex, and aggressive forms of cancer. As an NCCN member, Moffitt plays a critical role in improving the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of cancer care so that patients can live better lives. Moffitt is also at the core of establishing national guidelines for cancer care.
Moffitt Cancer Center once again made the Tampa Bay Times Top Workplaces to work ranking for the 10th time and for the fifth consecutive year, Moffitt was recognized on DiversityInc’s Top Hospitals & Health Systems List, ranking number 5.
Reporting to the Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer & Hospital President, the Vice President of Facilities and Support Services provides direction and leadership in the attainment of the hospital’s mission and strategic objectives related to facilities management and services, security, food services, environmental services, safety, and parking. The successful candidate will develop and manage programs to ensure optimum quality of service delivery, consistent with fiscally sound practices and in consideration of the mission and values of Moffitt.
This role will be responsible for setting the direction and managing financial, strategic, and personnel to provide a safe and supportive environment of care for patients, families, physicians, and staff. The Vice-President role represents Moffitt in a positive manner to various professional organizations and builds collaboration among health care organizations and professionals in Tampa and surrounding areas. Moffitt Cancer Center seeks an innovative, seasoned, collaborative leader with a strong customer service focus. The candidate will communicate transparently and receive constructive input openly, while providing oversight of departments that can sustain and support continued Moffitt Cancer Center growth. To this and all tasks, the incumbent must bring a collaborative approach, sharing in the organization’s vision as a world-class organization focused on providing exceptional cancer care and patient experience. Strong team-building and leadership skills are required. The ability to take initiative, embrace change, and exercise sound judgment with all, including staff and colleagues, is required.
The Vice President will have oversight of 3.5 million square feet across 22 buildings, including research space. There are 10 direct reports and 410 indirect reports.
The successful candidate will possess a four-year Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant engineering curriculum, or a closely affiliated discipline. A minimum of 10 years of related and progressive leadership experience, preferably in a healthcare setting, is required. An MBA or Masters in Health Administration, is highly desirable.
The ideal applicant will bring a demonstrated history of effective leadership of diverse teams and the ability to think strategically. The candidate should possess a strong work ethic and the competencies to solve complex problems in a fast-paced, complex environment.
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