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Employer: Mayo Clinic
Located in: Rochester, Minnesota
Degree Required: Masters
1-YEAR LIMITED TENURE POSITIONS located in Rochester, MN available summer 2019. The Management Engineering and Internal Consulting (ME&IC) Fellowship is a one-year advanced learning experience designed to develop outstanding professionals committed to a career in health systems engineering. The Fellowship allows graduate-level associates to gain the practical experience necessary to meet the minimum requirements of a Health Systems Engineer. Consequently, this position differs from a traditional administrative fellowship in that associates interface directly with clients (Mayo Clinic departments/divisions or committees), from project kick-off to closure, with limited formal direction from supervisors/preceptors. Associates will build their systems engineering skillsets through formal and informal educational opportunities and mentorship from experienced Health Systems Engineers. Another key difference from a traditional administrative fellowship is exposure to various functional areas achieved through onboarding, education and project variety, rather than rotations. Practical experience includes providing ME&IC support to any Mayo Clinic entity requesting assistance with business strategy and planning, business process engineering, applied analytics or business transformation. The associate will provide analysis, design and recommendations for staffing, workflow, facilities, technology and information needs. Most projects will be cross-functional in nature, involving split or shared responsibility and problem solving with disciplines and personnel from other business areas, sites and regions across the organization. These positions may require travel.
Additionally, completion of a graduate degree within the past year (or in pursuit of, with course completion anticipated prior to start date) and 1 year of work or internship experience. Successful candidates will demonstrate an ability to work both independently and as part of a team and have strong oral and written communication and presentation skills. Coursework and degree must be completed prior to beginning the position. If you are pursuing your master's, please list your anticipated graduation date, including month and year, on your resume.
Associates typically have graduate degree(s) in business, healthcare administration, analytics, or industrial engineering, but applicants from other fields are considered. Experience in operations, workflow, and staffing analysis; strategy and planning; project leadership; applied analytics, process and systems engineering and change management are preferred but not required.
Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
Posted on 10/11/2018
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