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Medical Oncology Physician


MEDICAL ONCOLOGY PHYSICIAN

OPPORTUNITY IN LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS

Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute (CARTI) is seeking a full-time Medical Oncologist offering competitive compensation with comprehensive benefits.  One to three years of experience is preferred; motivated new graduates are welcome to apply.  Role will join a well-rounded team of twelve medical and eight radiation oncologists, diagnostic imaging physicians and surgical oncologists as well as extensive support staff, which will benefit patients with research, pharmacy and labs onsite. Join the dedicated team of compassionate caregivers at CARTI’s beautiful, state-of-the-art cancer care destination in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Serving as the hub of its statewide network of cancer care providers, the new CARTI Cancer Center is a world-class, multi-disciplinary facility offering medical, surgical and radiation oncology as well as diagnostic and interventional radiology.  With 275,000 square feet dedicated to imaging, infusion, research and support programs, the new center allows physicians the ability to provide comprehensive treatment under one roof, providing physical, emotional and financial benefits to the patient.

Arkansas, the Natural State, is home to diverse cities and communities, each with something unique to discover – from metropolitan areas to rural settings, and adventure sports to relaxing retreats. Little Rock is the capital and most populous city in Arkansas. It is a cultural, economic, government and transportation center in the state and is home to the Arkansas Arts Center, the Arkansas Repertory Theatre and the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra. In addition to hiking, boating and other outdoor recreational activities, Little Rock’s history is available through museums, historic districts and sites such as Little Rock Central High School. The city is the headquarters of Dillard’s, Windstream Communications, Acxiom, Stephens, Inc., University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Heifer International, and the Clinton Foundation.

Candidate must be Board Eligible or Board Certified in Medical Oncology and Hematology Oncology and willing to uphold CARTI’s mission and values of cancer focused and patient centered care. Will work collaboratively with other physicians, leaders and team members while focusing on the patient and caregiver experience. Inpatient oncology services are managed by our team on a call rotation. A relocation package is provided along with CME allowance.

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If you are interested in this opportunity, please send your CV to:

CARTI
Executive Suite
PO Box 55050
Little Rock, AR  72215
jmcconser@carti.com

Assistant CFO & Controller

JOB SUMMARY:

The Assistant CFO and Controller serves as the chief accounting officer responsible for directing all business office functions and day to day operations in business, treasury, accounting, purchasing, and supply chain.  Responsible for recording, summarizing and auditing financial transactions of the institute; maintenance of accounting systems including internal controls and financial policies and procedures.  Responsible for developing information for internal analysis including annual operating budgets and financial forecasts.

 REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE, REGISTRATION:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, or related field.
  2. Certified Public Accountant
  3. Valid Arkansas Driver’s License
  4. MBA or MHA Preferred

 EXPERIENCE, SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:

  1. Minimum of 5 years progressive experience in healthcare finance/accounting.
  2. Demonstrated success in leading, implementing, and managing financial departments and controller activity.
  3. Experience in internal and external audit functions.
  4. Experience in process design, policy making, and internal control design.
  5. Knowledge and understanding of not-for-profit finance and tax regulations and standards in accordance with US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
  6. In-depth knowledge of patient financial systems.
  7. Strong supervisory skills
  8. Proven organizational skills, ability to handle multiple projects concurrently
  9. Excellent analytical skills, ability to summarize data and interpret results for leadership

OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS: 

  1. This individual must be able to work under pressure and be proactive as well as resourceful.
  2. Confidentiality is crucial for this role.
  3. Expert verbal and written communication skills, strong decision making ability and attention to detail are equally important.
  4. This multi-tasker must be exceedingly well organized, flexible, display a high level of professionalism and enjoy the administrative challenges of supporting a clinic of diverse people and patients.
  5. Loyalty and respect for all physicians, patients and co-workers is mandatory for this position.
  6. Travel to satellite clinics as needed.

 SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY:

  1. Leads in financial assurance and financial compliance of the organization.
  2. Assists with development and maintenance of tools and staff guidelines.
  3. Promote integration of areas and divisions, promote collaboration.

Front Office Rep

JOB SUMMARY:  The Front Office Representative uses their experience and knowledge to appropriately triage scheduling and clerical duties.  This individual will have the technical knowledge to properly schedule appointments, maintain patient records, and perform clerical task.   They understand the big picture of all workings of the clinic.  Their work allows the physicians and clinical staff to devote their time to patient care that requires specialized knowledge.   As the Front Office Representative, this position is responsible for performing a variety of secretarial and clerical responsibilities in support of the physicians and other members of the clinic. Multitasking abilities and attention to detail with little room for error is a must.

REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE and REGISTRATION:

  1. High school graduate or GED preferred
  2. Associate degree in business administration or a secretarial program a plus

EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES: 

  1. Minimum of two years of previous experience in a medical office setting.
  2. Competent in EMR and billing systems.
  3. Strong knowledge of medical terminology.
  4. Excellent computer and other basic office equipment skills.
  5. Skilled in gathering, interpreting and reporting insurance information.
  6. Knowledge of medical terminology, insurance practices and office procedures.
  7. Knowledge of grammar, spelling and punctuation to type from draft copy, review and edit reports and correspondence.
  8. Skilled in time management and organization.
  9. Ability to read, understand and follow oral and written instructions.
  10. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely.
  11. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with patients, employees and the public.
  12. Competent and able to troubleshoot front office copy machine and printer.

OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS:  Travel to satellite centers as needed.

 

Medical Assistant (Imaging)

JOB SUMMARY:  The Medical Assistant (MA) must work closely with the physician coordinator to help control patient flow for the clinic. The MA will be responsible for obtaining and documenting patient vitals, performing venipuncture and assist with medical procedures.

 REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE and REGISTRATION:

  1. High school diploma or equivalent
  2. BLS Certification

EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES: 

  1. Strong medical terminology knowledge
  2. Efficient and effective blood draw skills
  3. Excellent computer and other basic office equipment skills
  4. Knowledge of grammar, spelling and punctuation to type from draft copy and review/edit reports and correspondence

OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS: 

  1. Employee may be required to change work schedule or work location as directed by the lab manager or lab supervisor.
  2. In state travel may be required.  Employee must be able to re-locate work location as deemed necessary by the lab manager/supervisor.

 

Insurance Specialist

JOB SUMMARY:  The primary responsibilities of the Insurance Specialist are: ensure that payments received from the insurance companies are posted correctly to the patient accounts; ensure that denials and unpaid or partially paid claims are thoroughly researched; to provide specialized assistance to our patients and clinical staff using their knowledge base of a particular insurance; to provide excellent patient service.

REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE, REGISTRATION:

  1. High School Diploma or equivalent

EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES:

  1. Minimum of two years’ medical office billing experience
  2. Knowledge of clinic policies and procedures
  3. Knowledge of medical terminology and insurance practices
  4. Knowledge of computer programs and applications
  5. Knowledge of grammar, spelling, and punctuation to type correspondence
  6. Skilled in gathering, interpreting, and reporting insurance information
  7. Skilled in trouble-shooting insurance problems and claims
  8. Ability to identify claim problems and recommend solutions
  9. Ability to sort and file insurance forms and associated information

Technologist, CT

JOB SUMMARY:  Responsible for performing CT procedures to assist in the diagnosis of disease.

 REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE and REGISTRATION:

  1. High school diploma; graduation from an accredited Radiography school.
  2. ARRT (CT) registered; or registry eligible
  3. BLS certification

EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES: 

  1. Minimum one year of experience and/or training with graduate CT
  2. Skilled in injecting contrast intravenously for imaging procedures.
  3. Skilled in using computer network system competently to process patient and department information.
  4. Knowledgeable and skilled in assuming responsibility for safety factors.
  5. Ability to explain procedures clearly and simply to patients.

CT/MRI Tech (Part-time)

JOB SUMMARY:  Responsible for performing CT and MRI procedures to assist in the diagnosis of disease.

REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE and REGISTRATION:

  1. Graduate of accredited school and registered with the American Registry of Radiologic Technology -ARRT (R).
  2. Maintains a current Arkansas state license as a general radiographer
  3. Maintenance of current Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) for HealthCare Workers or Basic Cardiac Life
  4. Support (BCLS) certification for HealthCare workers.

EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES: 

  1. One year of full time experience within the last three years in a comparable job classification
  2. Skilled in using computer network system competently to process patient and department information
  3. Skilled in injecting contrast agents for imaging procedures
  4. Skilled in assuming responsibility for safety factors
  5. Ability to explain procedures clearly and simply to patients
  6. Knowledge of medical terminology
  7. Knowledge of grammar, spelling and punctuation to type from draft copy and to review/edit reports/ correspondence

OTHER:  This is a part-time benefit eligible position working 24 hours per week.

 

Employee Health RN (Part-time)

JOB SUMMARY:  Designs, implements and monitors the Infection Control/Employee Health Program at all CARTI facilities.  Responsible for the coordination, development and reporting of institute-wide infection control/employee health-related issues and conducts education in- services related to health and safety in the workplace.  Incumbent is subject to overtime and call back as required by the institution.

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE, REGISTRATION:

  1. ADN or BSN from an accredited College of Nursing
  2. BLS Certified
  3. Valid and current Arkansas state nursing license
  4. Valid Arkansas Driver’s License (if travel is required)

EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES:

  1. 2 years of previous experience in employee health
  2. Maintain required number of continuing education units (CEU’s) as specified by the Arkansas State Board of Nursing
  3. Excellent computer and other basic office equipment skills
  4. Expertise in IV therapy skills and injections
  5. Proficiency in infection control procedures in accordance with OSHA standards.
  6. Knowledge of CARTI and department policies and procedures, preparation of a patients for examination, patient flow through the department, physician preferences and protocols, medication administration, blood drawing skills and knowledge of oncology nursing as acquired through orientation with CARTI for a minimum of three months.
  7. Knowledge of statistical data management and procedures related to the coordination of a Quality improvement program preferred.
  8. Experience with healthcare accreditation and quality improvement practices.  Preference given to individuals with OSHA standards interpretation experience.

RN – Radiation Oncology (PRN)

JOB SUMMARY:  Responsible for providing specialized nursing care and education of patients receiving radiation therapy, for preparing the patient for and assisting the physician with examinations, for maintaining medication and medical supplies, assisting other areas or staff as necessary, and for keeping the nursing area neat and orderly.

REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE and REGISTRATION:

  1. Current licensure as a Registered Nurse by the State of Arkansas.
  2. Current certification in Basic CPR.

EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES: 

  1. Skill and proficiency in the field of oncology nursing.  Such proficiency is acquired through completion of a registered nursing program.
  2. Proficiency in nursing practice and clinical skills as normally acquired through two years of nursing experience.
  3. Knowledge of CARTI and department policies and procedures, preparation of patients for examination, patient flow through the department, physician preferences and protocols, medication administration, venipuncture skills knowledge of oncology nursing as acquired through orientation within CARTI for a minimum of three months.

 OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS:  Subject to overtime and call back as required by the institution. May be required to travel  to satellite CARTI facility.

VP, Major & Leadership Giving

JOB SUMMARY:  The Vice President for Major and Leadership Giving is responsible for implementing strategic plans for the growth and success of the major, planned and leadership giving programs.  The VP prepares comprehensive budgets for the major, planned and leadership giving programs. The VP provides all necessary information to the EVP for Major and Leadership Giving for communication with the CARTI Foundation Board of Directors regarding major, planned and leadership gifts.  The VP must work cooperatively with staff, Board and volunteers at all levels of the organization and accept and support the mission and values of CARTI, maintain confidentiality, comply with policies, federal and state regulations and maintain a safe working environment.

REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE, REGISTRATION:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in non-profit management, business, marketing, communications, public relations, accounting, law, or other similar field of study, required. Master’s degree or equivalent, preferred
  2. Current Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) Designation, preferred
  3. Current Arkansas Driver’s License, required

EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES:

  1. Minimum 8 years of development or equivalent work experience, with 3 years of management experience with responsibility for budget, personnel, programs and planning, required.
  2. Experience in strategic planning and resources development
  3. Knowledge of non-profit organizations and the specific resources development/fundraising techniques relevant to that environment.
  4. Strong annual, major, planned, and leadership gift experience including direct donor contact with documented fundraising outcomes.
  5. Successful leadership and staff development is required.
  6. Adaptable to changing environments, work demands and activities.

 OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS:  Will require occasional travel and participation in night and weekend events.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY:  Direct supervision of Foundation assigned gift officers; day-to-day management supervision of all Foundation staff when required.

EVP/COO – CARTI Foundation

JOB SUMMARY:  The Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer is responsible for the management of all financial activities of the Foundation and Foundation Staff. The EVP/COO serves as the primary Foundation liaison to CARTI finance, legal, human resources, and information technology departments, as well as with outside professional advisors and financial institutions working with CARTI Foundation. The EVP/COO leads the preparation of budgets, monitoring of revenue, monthly expense analysis, and monthly and annual closing and reconciliation of Foundation revenues.  The EVP/COO communicates with the CARTI Foundation Board of Directors regarding all appropriate policies and financial management responsibilities.  The EVP/COO directly supervises Foundation operations, including gift processing, data management, and prospect research components. The EVP/COO will be ready and available to assume leadership and direction of the Foundation in the absence or at the direction of the Foundation President. The EVP/COO must work cooperatively with staff, Board and volunteers at all levels of the organization and accept and support the mission and values of CARTI, maintain confidentiality, comply with policies, federal and state regulations and maintain a safe working environment.  

REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE, REGISTRATION:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in non-profit management, business, marketing, communications, public relations, accounting, law, or other similar field of study, required. Master’s degree or equivalent, preferred
  2. Current Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) Designation, preferred
  3. Current Arkansas Driver’s License, required

EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES:

  1. Minimum 8 years of development experience with 3 years of management experience with responsibility for budget, personnel, programs and planning, required. Minimum of 10 years of development experience with management experience over personnel, accounting and database management, preferred.
  2. Experience in strategic planning and resources development
  3. Knowledge of non-profit organizations and the specific resources development/fundraising techniques relevant to that environment.
  4. Strong major gift, planned and deferred giving experience including direct donor contact
  5. Successful leadership and staff development is required.
  6. Adaptable to changing environments, work demands and activities.

OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS:  May require occasional travel and participation in night and weekend events.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY:  Direct supervision of Foundation operations staff; day-to-day management supervision of all Foundation staff.

EVP, Annual Support & Volunteer Management – CARTI Foundation

JOB SUMMARY:  The Executive Vice President for Annual Support and Volunteer Management is responsible for the overall development, implementation, and evaluation of all annual fundraising activities including annual fund campaigns, direct mail programs, grateful patient programs, social media and e-philanthropy programs, and special events. The EVP is also responsible for oversight of the Foundation’s volunteer programs, including “Auxiliaries” and other “Friends of CARTI” organizations. The EVP is ultimately responsible for the preparation, by appropriate staff, of strategic budgets for all annual giving, events and volunteer programs. The EVP ensures communication with the CARTI Foundation Board of Directors regarding annual giving campaigns, special events and volunteer programs as appropriate.  The EVP provides supervision of staff managing the annual giving, special events and volunteer programs. The EVP will be ready and available to assume leadership and direction of the Foundation as required. The EVP must work cooperatively with staff, Board and volunteers at all levels of the organization and accept and support the mission and values of CARTI, maintain confidentiality, comply with policies, federal and state regulations and maintain a safe working environment.

REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE, REGISTRATION:

  1. Bachelor’s degree in non-profit management, business, marketing, communications, public relations, accounting, law, or other similar field of study, required. Master’s degree or equivalent, preferred
  2. Current Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) Designation, preferred
  3. Current Arkansas Driver’s License, required

EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES:

  1. Minimum 8 years of development experience with 3 years of management experience with responsibility for budget, personnel, programs and planning, required. Minimum of 10 years of development experience with management experience over personnel, accounting and database management, preferred.
  2. Experience in strategic planning and resources development
  3. Knowledge of non-profit organizations and the specific resources development/fundraising techniques relevant to that environment.
  4. Strong annual gift, special events, and volunteer management experience including direct donor contact
  5. Successful leadership and staff development is required.
  6. Adaptable to changing environments, work demands and activities.

OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS:  Will require occasional travel and participation in night and weekend events.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY:  Direct supervision of Foundation annual giving, special event and volunteer management staff; day-to-day management supervision of all Foundation staff when required.

Registered Nurse (PRN) – Little Rock

JOB SUMMARY:  Practices within the professional boundaries established by the Board of Nursing in assessing patients’ needs, administering physician prescribed treatments, teaching patients and family members about their disease state and the corresponding treatments and side effects, counseling of  patients and family members when appropriate and assisting the physician in the overall care of the patients.

 REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE, REGISTRATION:

  1. ADN or BSN from an accredited College of Nursing
  2. Valid Arkansas state nursing license
  3. Chemotherapy Certification (required within 90 days of employment)

EXPERIENCE, SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE: 

  1. 2-5 years’ clinical experience in direct patient care
  2. Maintain required number of continuing education units (CEU’s) as specified by the Arkansas State Board of Nursing
  3. Excellent computer and other basic office equipment skills
  4. Expertise in IV therapy skills and injections

 OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS:  This position may require travel to satellite clinics.

Registered Nurse (PRN) ( El Dorado) or (Mountain Home)

JOB SUMMARY:  Practices within the professional boundaries established by the Board of Nursing in assessing patients’ needs, administering physician prescribed treatments, teaching patients and family members about their disease state and the corresponding treatments and side effects, counseling of  patients and family members when appropriate and assisting the physician in the overall care of the patients.

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE, REGISTRATION:

  1. ADN or BSN from an accredited College of Nursing
  2. Valid and current Arkansas state nursing license
  3. Chemotherapy Certification (required within 90 days of employment)

EXPERIENCE, SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE: 

  1. 2-5 years’ clinical experience in direct patient care
  2. Maintain required number of continuing education units (CEU’s) as specified by the Arkansas State Board of Nursing
  3. Excellent computer and other basic office equipment skills
  4. Expertise in IV therapy skills and injections

OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS:  This position may require additional hours outside the normal 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday work schedule.

Social Worker (PRN)

JOB SUMMARY:  Responsible for providing social work services to patients and families.

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION, LICENSURE and REGISTRATION:

  1. Master’s degree in social work. Current LMSW or LCSW required from the State of Arkansas. Preference given to Oncology Social Worker.
  2. Commitment to continuing professional education by maintaining CEU requirements.

EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES: 

  1. Minimum five years’ experience in social work with broad background with diverse patient populations, preferably in medical setting.
  2. Two years’ experience in area of oncology.
  3. Knowledge of community resources and be able to identify barriers to service delivery.
  4. Knowledge of treatment plans, insurance plans, case management needs and current trends in cancer treatment.
  5. Knowledgeable about oncology disease and their treatment, psychosocial implications for individuals and their families, appropriate interventions and available community and governmental resources.

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