Interim Administrative Director Ambulatory Oncology

Kirby Bates Associates, a national nursing Search and Consulting Firm, is working in partnership with the prestigious Mount Nittany Health in State College,  PA to secure a nursing leadership professional to serve as an interim leader for its Cancer Care Partnership.  This is a wonderful opportunity for a seasoned nurse leader to provide direction and leadership within an outstanding organization.    This opportunity affords the right candidate to work in a nursing organization with a strong commitment to high quality and cost effective patient care for oncology patients.  Major focus includes identifying and coordinating new and existing service opportunities with Penn State Hershey Medical Group and Mount Nittany Health.

The Position

Primary responsibilities include conducting a comprehensive assessment of ambulatory oncology services,  the development of a GAP analysis, and launching implementation plans to foster needed improvements.  The Administrative Director supports the consistent use of the nursing process in a professional and healthy work environment. In addition, the Administrative Director has responsibility and accountability for all key functions including Operations Management, Patient Care Management, Quality and Compliance Management, Physician Collaboration,  Employee Relations Administration, Revenue Cycle Management, and Budget Management.

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Requirements for the position include:

  • BSN required, MS strongly preferred
  • Seven years of clinical experience and a minimum of five (5) years of management experience in an outpatient oncology setting
  • Content expert in oncology nursing practice
  • Currently licensed as an RN in PA
  • Strongly preferred: OCN certification or other nationally recognized certifications

Selected candidate will be provided with attractive compensation, housing, and travel reimbursement.

Interested candidates or to recommend a colleague, please reach out to Kirby Bates to the attention of:


Doris A Sinkevich, MS, BSN, RN, CENP

Executive Vice President, Interim Services