Emory Clinic Management Development Program

Emory Clinic's Management Development Program seeks to attract, retain and grow talent for potential management and leadership positions. Explore important details about the Management Development Program, including how to apply, via the below links. 

Program description

Who should apply

How to apply
 
Program Description

Within three to five years, depending on the individual’s ability to demonstrate the mastery of core competencies, participants will progress through the three phases below, resulting in the opportunity to fill a permanent leadership position upon completion of the program. Participants have the opportunity to join an emerging leader network group, learn from mentors & executive leaders, and participate in continuing professional development.
 
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Who should apply

The ideal candidate will have:

  • A master’s degree in business administration, health care administration or public health
  • Previous health care experience in system, inpatient or practice setting (preferred)
  • Excellent project management, organizational, communication, prioritization, financial and business management skills
  • Ability to establish working relationships, influence decisions, and think creatively and strategically

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How to apply

The application process for the Management Development Program includes an online application and a series of interviews.
 
Fall 2014 Application Period:

  • Application acceptance period: August 22, 2014 – September 22, 2014
    • Applications are due by 5 p.m., Monday, September 22, 2014
  • Interview process:  Mid-September – Late October
  • Offers will be extended early November.

Spring 2015 Application Period:

  • Application acceptance period: TBD
  • Interview process:  April – May

To complete the application process, click here and use Job Requisition ID #46704BR.
 
Please note: While completing the online application, applicants must submit the following: 

  • Current résumé
  • Two letters of recommendation (one professional, one academic)
  • Unofficial graduate school transcript
  • Candidates are asked to address the following questions in written form:
    1. The success of the Management Development Program can be attributed to the fact that it is a mutually beneficial relationship. What are you most looking forward to gaining from this experience, and what are you most excited to contribute to the organization? (maximum 500 words)
    2. What stimulated your individual interest in ambulatory care management? In short, why health care, and why ambulatory care, in particular? (maximum 250 words)
    3. Please choose and compose a written response to ONE of the following questions:
      •  What is your most significant accomplishment, and why? (maximum 250 words)
      • Please describe a time when you found the courage to step outside of your comfort zone to do something unexpected and completely unlike you. Why did you take the risk? What did you learn from the experience? (maximum 250 words)
      • Describe a setback or failure you have experienced. What role did you play, and what did you learn about yourself? (maximum 250 words)
      • Whether it is “sharing is caring” or “haste makes waste,” we all have lessons that will never leave us. What lesson are you most grateful to have learned? (maximum 250 words)

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