WWE has a lot of medical concerns floating throughout the company. They are now looking for a Vice President who can help maintain their overall health and welfare operations.
A job listing for Vice President of Medical Affairs was posted online. The responsibilities of this position are extensive, and the qualifications include a decade or more in the medical field.
The new Vice President of Medical Affairs will also be responsible for ensuring that the company “continually delivers best-in-class safety measures” as well. You can check out the key responsibilities and qualifications below.
Responsible for maintaining and continually improving the overall health and welfare operations of WWE by delivering best-in-class, consistent, and well-defined medical strategies for the company
Design and effectively coordinate a systematic approach to establish operating procedures, monitoring mechanisms, and communication strategies
Oversee an efficient records maintenance system for all health-related claims to establish effective tracking and reporting; authorize payment on medical expenses
Continuously review and updates practice guidelines and ensure that the company is in compliance with all federal, state, local and foreign laws, regulations and rules that may apply to the company’s activities, and actively champion the company’s ethics and integrity
Lead a team by providing strategic direction, coaching and guidance to achieving individual and collective goals
10+ years’ experience within Healthcare or a related field; experience within Sport or Entertainment highly preferred
Related legal and business affairs experience as counsel to a company engaged in the sports, entertainment or media industries preferred
Possesses expert knowledge and continually develops capabilities in the field of clinical quality improvement and employee safety
Solution-oriented approach and philosophy, exceptional written and verbal communication skills, exceptional attention to detail, sound judgment, outstanding interpersonal and analytical skills, exceptional organization and management reporting skills, and the ability to handle multiple projects at one time.
Ability to communicate effectively in high stress/pressure situations when talking to talent, medical professionals, executives and employees
WWE found themselves with a lot more medical responsibilities when the COVID-19 pandemic arrived in March. Now they must test everyone prior to each weekly taping. That is quite an undertaking so they need someone on top to make sure that they keep everything in order.
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