Emory Medicine Office of Development Programs

Emory Medicine’s Operations Development Program will provide participants with a range of experiences focused on enhancing the efficiency of Emory business operations during an 18-month period.  This program is designed to build a participant’s business knowledge of operations in an academic faculty practice.

For additional questions, please contact Michael Cabe, Coordinator of Development Programs at michael.cabe@emoryhealthcare.org.  

Program Description
With direction from leadership, participants will implement solutions to process issues related to patient financial services, clinical operations, patient access, and the School of Medicine. Participants will play critical roles on project teams for targeted business initiatives while deepening their understanding of operations within a leading academic medical center. Before completion of the program, participants are expected to master essential skills & competencies that will equip them for mid-level leadership positions within Emory. Participants have the opportunity to participate in continuing professional development activities.

Who should apply
Targeted candidates are Bachelors-prepared with a demonstrated interest in the healthcare industry.  Candidates with explicit examples of results-focused project work and strong communication skills are well-suited for this position.

How to apply
he application process for the Operations Development Program includes an online application and a series of interviews.

Fall 2015 Application Period:

Application acceptance period: September 28, 2015 – October 19, 2015.
Applications are due by 5 p.m., Monday, October 19, 2015.
Interview process: November
Offers will be extended by early December

To apply, please follow these steps:

1. Click here to be redirected to the Employment Opportunities section of the Emory Healthcare Career Center website.

2. Go to Search Openings and type Job Requisition ID: 55863BR.

3. Click on the Job Requisition ID to open the position. Select "Apply to Job."

4. Please note: While completing the online application, applicants must submit the following:

  • Current resume
  • Unofficial College Transcript
  • Letter of recommendation (professional or academic)
  • Candidates are asked to address the following question in written form (500 words maximum):

"Describe a previous process improvement project and how it relates to your interest in health care."