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Position Summary: Directs nursing practice in the hospital and assigned business entities maintaining consistent and high-quality standards of patient care. Develops and deploys nursing policies, objectives, and initiatives for the department; reviews departmental operations to ensure compliance with established standards. Principal Duties and Accountabilities: - Manages the resources (e.g. staff materials and finances) of the nursing department; plans and directs all nursing activities in that facility. - Develops and deploys nursing policies objectives and initiatives for the department; reviews departmental operations to ensure compliance with established standards. - Drives the delivery of quality and cost-effective patient care; oversees the performance of nursing staff - Develops the overall competency level of nursing staff; coordinates quality enhancement and process improvement tasks.
Job ID
2022-278041
Department
Chief Nursing Executive - Corporate
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
Mercy Medical Center Redding
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-REDDING
This job is responsible for the oversight of nursing quality and standards wherever nursing is practiced in the assigned facility.  As an integral member of the local executive team as well as the Virginia Mason Franciscan Health (VMFH) Nursing Leadership Team, an incumbent is accountable for defining, planning, implementing, evaluating and advancing, through innovation and research, the scope of practice, professional standards and care delivery models as they relate to patient care, patient experience and quality outcomes for the assigned VMFH/VMMC facility.    An incumbent provides strategic direction and planning to balance efficient and optimal care and for advancing the practice of nursing by ensuring consistent alignment with all organizational goals.  Serving as a site-based chief nursing executive, work also includes responsibility for: 1) facilitating the execution and delivery of clinical transformation; 2) enhancing patient care services; 3) improving clinical quality and safety; 4) developing nursing leadership; 5) maximizing effective resource utilization, 6) working with academic organizations to ensure recruitment, retention and succession planning for nursing at all levels of the organization, and 7) directly supervising subordinate management staff.  Work requires the ability to work effectively in matrixed relationships, influence/persuade others, negotiate effectively with diverse groups of high-level individuals and create support for innovative initiatives, programs/projects and services.  Job duties require considerable knowledge of the specialized principles, standards and design methodologies relating to healthcare business/product lines, as well as healthcare administration, patient delivery systems and continuum of care integration.  Also requires clinical knowledge of assigned functions and considerable management expertise relating to strategic business planning, process improvement, change management, budget administration and personnel management. Essential Job Functions: - Advances the professional practice of nursing by ensuring care delivery is based upon industry standards of clinical quality, service quality, clinical education, engagement best practice and research, industry best practice and outcome performance as defined by organizations such as the American Nurses Association and CALNOC Quality Indicators. - Establishes strategic direction and priorities for the provision of patient care; develops, implements and evaluates the hospital, ambulatory and skilled nursing models for providing nursing care. - Provides direction and oversight with VMFH divisional services (e.g. Employee Health, Emergency Management, Compliance, Patient Experience, etc.) to promote effective collaboration and partnerships. - Defines standards of care which promote and facilitate a multidisciplinary approach to patient care, ensuring that care delivery models and standards of practice are consistent with current professional standards and with the mission, vision and values of the organization - Continuously improves patient care services through innovative service enhancements, exploration of developmental opportunities, coordination of initiatives across multiple departments, performing benchmarking, market and competitor analysis and understanding quality drivers; actively leads performance improvement initiatives and monitors nursing-sensitive quality and safety indicators. - Plans, directs and evaluates, through subordinate management, the programs, systems, operations and resources of the site-based assigned clinical nursing and/or related functions to ensure the safe and appropriate delivery of patient care, achievement of clinical core measures and compliance with organizational values, professional standards, internal policies/standards/procedures and applicable regulatory requirements; presents reports on key performance indicators and significant benchmarking metrics. - Directs and oversees the work of assigned management staff; makes employment decisions, establishes performance standards and manages staffing, scheduling and nursing budgets; addresses performance management concerns and technical issues elevated by subordinates as beyond their scope of authority; holds executive management accountable for achieving results in meeting service excellence objectives. - Manages resources to assure that recruitment, orientation, education, certification, communication and retention needs of qualified nursing and support staff are met; assures established goals are met for overall and first-year employee turnover. - Collaborates with the Division CNO and other campus CNOs to implement consistent and standardized approaches to align with organizational and regulatory goals and compliance. - Assumes an active leadership role with the governing body, senior leadership, medical staff, management and other clinical leaders in the assigned hospital’s decision-making structure and process. - Promotes the image of VMFH locally and nationally with professional nursing organizations, governmental agencies, special interest groups, nursing schools and other related groups as appropriate. - Influences public agenda through active participation in Boards, professional societies, teaching opportunities and publishing in peer-reviewed journals. - Establishes and maintains effective relationships with officials in key public agencies, accreditation agencies, healthcare systems, regulatory bodies (e.g. DOH, TJC, etc.) and related entitles to ensure that VMFH is actively involved in national quality discussion and research. - Understands and ensures the full optimization of available information technology to achievement of overall business objectives; develops formal strategic/tactical plans, to include both short- and long-term business planning, with full accountability for achievement of plan objectives; presents and gains support for recommendations and directs project management efforts to develop/implement planning objectives
Job ID
2022-257874
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
Virginia Mason Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-Seattle
Postion Purpose: The Chief Operating Officer for Mercy Clinics. Inc. (MCI) will provide operational leadership to the MCI organization that results in an organized, effective and well-managed network of multidisciplinary physician practices.  This leader will also work with the MCI President to focus on physician engagement, alignment, recruitment, retention strategies and to employment effective systems, processes and standards for MCI employed physicians.       Essential Functions:   - Assures that the philosophy and mission of Mercy Medical Center – Des Moines is represented in the operation and direction of assigned departments. Communicates and promotes a strong commitment to this mission.   - Provides operational leadership to MCI.   - Supports the organization’s desire to achieve strategic initiatives by providing qualified and dedicated staff. In collaboration with the President of MCI, develops a strong team consisting of physician and administrative leadership to accomplish MCI’s operational and strategic goals.   - Standardizes operating procedures among all practice groups including scheduling and referrals, information systems and patient accounts.   - Continually identifies, develops and implements new services to support the physician enterprise.   - Establishes policies and develops a training program to enhance service excellence. Engages staff, physicians and other leaders and subject matter experts in the development and implementation of MCI’s initiatives.   - Participates in MCI’s physician contract review process and the MHN Medical Group Leadership Council (MGLC), as needed, to nurture the employed physicians’ strategy, ambulatory quality initiatives, integrating AEHR clinical data, compliance and compensation standards development, and standardization of practice metrics for performance improvements.   - Ensures appropriate level of understanding, awareness and compliance with all applicable federal, state and agency laws, regulations and guidelines, and professional standards.   - In collaboration with the President of Mercy Clinics and senior leadership team, accountable for the financial viability and success of MCI.   - Responsible to foster positive collaborating relationships with other departments and divisions.
Job ID
2022-277886
Department
Clinic Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-CLIVE
JOB SUMMARY / PURPOSE This position contributes to the Mission and Vision of CHI Health by leading and executing a role that supports strategic growth initiatives and provides data management, community outreach, communication strategies, team leadership and project management for the assigned campuses. This position serves as a role model for ethical behavior and promotes an awareness and understanding of positive, ethical and moral principles consistent wih the Mission, Vision and Values of CHI Health.   ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES Growth Initiatives: 1. Supports the Campuses Executive Administrative Team in the implementation of strategic initiatives and attainment of established growth targets. 2. In collaboration with the President and consistent with CHI Health priorities, plans and implements strategic initiatives which support campus growth and competitive advantage.   Project Management: 1. Responsible for maintaining coordination, consistency, actualization and success of high priority, complex projects assigned within the Campus. In that capacity, will be responsible for coordinating the change process, cascading communication and teams associated with that process. 2. Tracks progress of tasks - estimate start/end/effort and actual start/end/effort. 3. Ensures the creation of the Project Plan for major initiatives to include tasks, deliverables, milestones, manpower effort and costs, and revises as necessary. 4. Assigns tasks to designated implementation team members, contractor, change agents and sponsors, and assures completion on time. Escalates issues to Executive for resolution. 5. Identifies dependencies on other projects and vice-versa, and contacts the appropriate individuals for information regarding project dependencies. 6. Responsible for the creation of content, completion of project tasks and subtasks by committed dates, efficiently using the resources available, and ensuring acceptable quality and sustainability. 7. Identifies execution risk, defines and implements risk mitigation strategies.   Communication Strategies: 1. Defines and creates robust, efficient communication strategies for designated campuses. 2. Ensures a consistent, branded message for the Campus both internally and externally. Takes an active role and provides key leadership in elevating the position CHI Health plays in the community.   Data Management: 1. Monitors, analyzes and manages data to achieve performance goals.   Team Leadership: 1. Facilitates creation of strong teams, orientation and sets expectations to meet targets. 2. Must have ability to work effectively and collaboratively in a diverse and multi-cultural environment.   Collaboration/Community Relations/Outreach: 1. Initiates or maintains positive relationships with physicians, leaders, agencies, vendors, other health care organizations, community groups, business leaders, Board members, and other interested parties to further the CHI Health Mission. 2. Represents campuses on committees across the system and within the community as requested by the President. 3. Collaborates with the President to develop strategic outreach initiatives to meet the needs of the communities served by designated campuses. Develops and organizes the campus leaderships involvement in community organizations which support our overall outreach initiatives. 4. Promotes CHI Health by active membership in community and professional organizations. 5. Leads efforts to obtain input & support of strategic initiatives with our key stakeholders; medical staff leaders, employees, community leaders, Board members and consumers. 6. Serves as Administrator On-Call as assigned. 7. Supports research and ensures evidenced based practice in the delivery of services in assigned areas of responsibility.   Other duties as assigned by management.   #CHI-LI
Job ID
2022-276072
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Creighton University Medical Center - Bergan Mercy
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-Omaha
Summary: Responsible for the implementation and execution of an ongoing, comprehensive fundraising and development operations, in support of and in concert with the mission of the Foundation and supported organizations. - Leads the development of a comprehensive annual fundraising plan which responds to the defined needs of the foundations and supported organizations. - Manages and oversees professional fundraising and support staff and is the Foundation lead with Board and community leaders in growing financial and public relations support for the associated supported organization(s) - Directs and oversees the receipt of charitable gifts their finanical stewardship and their ultimate distribution to the hospital and related entities to ensure continuous support of the foundation and supported organization(s) mission. - Acts as the senior major gifts and planned giving officer actively managing a portfolio of prospects and donors meeting regularly with donors and prospects to create and foster relationships.
Job ID
2022-272170
Department
Philanthropy / Foundation
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
French Hospital Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-SAN LUIS OBISPO
About the Position The Sequoia Hospital Foundation Chief Philanthropy Officer serves as the facility Leader in Philanthropy with oversight responsibilities for Sequoia Hospital located in Redwood City, CA. The position will have broad responsibilities for providing strategic vision, fundraising, policy development, leadership and direction to ensure philanthropic support of programs and services for the hospital. By engaging senior leadership, board members and key stakeholders in the fundraising process, the successful candidate will drive significant growth in philanthropy. The position will design and implement policy and programs that will produce increasing levels of philanthropic support across the service area network of the hospital, care sites, and outreach programs. Recent achievements include a successful Imaging for Tomorrow campaign (a $4M donor-funded CT scanner), a $10 million stewarded gift for the rehabilitation and renovation of cath labs, the Dr. William Kennett Memorial Nursing Scholarship Program, Breast and Diagnostic Center support, nursing education simulation lab, among others.  Position Key Responsibilities - Oversees all aspects of charitable fundraising efforts for the Sequoia Hospital Foundation.  Donors may include individuals, corporations, foundations, employees, governmental entities and other potential partners. The CPO will also personally handle a robust fundraising portfolio. - Responsible for the “care and feeding” of the Foundation Board of Directors, keeping board and committee members engaged, including them in donor outreach, and ensuring they are informed about the fundraising program, current issues, and matters affecting the Foundation, the hospital, and healthcare as a whole.   - Serves as an engaged and respected member of the Hospital’s executive leadership team, instilling a culture of philanthropy among internal and external stakeholders. - Collaborates with other Foundations and CPO’s within the NorCal Division to maximize fundraising potential and leverage division-wide resources.  - Partners with CommonSpirit Health Philanthropy to implement national programs and goals; serves as an advocate and ambassador for system-wide philanthropy. - Develops and submits a strategic plan and an annual budget in alignment with the needs of Sequoia Hospital, and in keeping with the national team’s strategic planning and financial efforts. - Accountable for all business functions of the Sequoia Hospital Foundation. Develops and implements operating systems and policies congruent and aligned with system policies and procedures, and manages the day to day operations of the Foundation. - Oversees the stewardship and expenditure of all donated funds to ensure transfer goals are achieved, fund balances are accurate, and there is appropriate coordination of fund administrators, fund policies and procedures. - Responsible for the development and motivation of a high performing, professional staff. - Maintains a professional and positive attitude with board directors, donors, foundation staff, peers, hospital staff, patients, visitors and other hospital personnel, working effectively and collaboratively in a diverse and multicultural environment.   Reporting Relationship - Direct Report to the Division Vice President for Philanthropy, and a dotted-line relationship to the Sequoia Hospital President / CEO   ~DH-LI
Job ID
2022-271868
Department
Philanthropy / Foundation
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
Sequoia Hospital
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-REDWOOD CITY
- Collaborates with Service Area Financial and Operational leaders to drive effective management of human capital costs resulting in a positive ROI. Accelerate the development of Human Resources culture, talent, structure, systems and processes. - Advises management and ensures compliance with laws and regulations pertaining to human resources. Develops processes and programs that ensure readiness and compliance in a highly regulated healthcare environment. - Develops, implements and oversees education/training programs and vehicles that support strategic objectives and address operational and regulatory requirements. Conducts needs analysis, perform research, design related staff or management training and organizational development programs and ensures consistency of messages. - Develops long-term relationships with organizations, educational institutions and individuals that will enhance the talent pipeline flow toward the healthcare profession in general, and the Service Area in particular.
Job ID
2022-248461
Department
Human Resources - Arizona
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
St. Joseph Hospital & Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AZ-PHOENIX
- Leads divisional Supply Chain leaders and associates to achieve savings and cost control targets - Ensures requirements of people, process, and technology for successful execution of Supply Chain strategies are met - Consults with executives and other internal stakeholders to integrate National Supply Chain strategy with broader divisional strategies to optimize value for the organization - Accountable for the effective management of external spend (supplies and services) across the division - Maximizes spend under management by effectively engaging end-users of supplies and services to control expense, improve vendor performance and reduce risk for the organization - Oversees contract utilization and compliance to optimize the value of CommonSpirit’s contract portfolio - Selects, orientates, and assigns divisional leaders in Supply Chain Operations - Leads the compliance effort of key policies that govern Supply Chain Operations and Procurement - Must be a successful change agent in the division gaining support for key Supply Chain strategies and initiatives
Job ID
2022-263938
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
Dignity Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-GLENDALE
- Division CFO is responsible for 18 hospitals, 5 sub markets and 2 large markets - our largest most complex Division - Oversees the financial operations of the service area and advises service area's Senior Vice President of Operations regarding the development and growth of the integrated delivery network encompassing hospitals, ambulatory care sites, alignment, joint ventures and payer relations - Oversees budgeting and long term financial planning for the service area in order to achieve the organization's mission and vision through short-term and long-term goals - Supervises investigation and analysis with respect to the service area's financial performance in order to drive improvement throughout the organization - Facilitates teamwork and helps identify best practices in the system or service area that will encourage innovation to improve quality, increase access and reduce the costs of healthcare - Represents the service area for consolidated financial reporting, projections and all other service area-level financial presentations. Accountable for the content and professionalism of financial presentations to Senior Dignity Health Management and the Board of Directors Key Competencies - Building Partnerships & Teamwork: Comfortable working in a matrixed environment and building relationships. Resolves issues and problems with a high-level of executive maturity, and makes significant contributions to team efforts throughout the Division. - Technical Competence: Demonstrates exceptional breadth and depth of the professional and technical financial management skills and capabilities required for position. Strategic and innovative senior finance leader with the confidence their ideas, solutions, and strategies will contribute to the Division's strategic direction and financial success. CFO2 #CSHCSH
Job ID
2022-256322
Department
Finance
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-GLENDALE
The Chief Medical Officer is a key member of the leadership team in a large, complex, integrated healthcare organization with numerous locations across Washington. The Chief Medical Officer is responsible for providing leadership, management, and strategic direction to ensure the delivery of high quality patient care and cost-effective healthcare consistent with the mission, vision and values of the organization and to meet the needs of the community.  Serves as a liaison between medical staff, administration and community organizations. Ensures medical staff engagement and alignment in the implementation of organizational goals, strategy, culture and transforming organizational vision into  reality. Ensures compliance with regulatory requirements, legal requirements, policies, by laws of the organization and assures medical staff efforts meet or exceed standards of the accrediting and approving bodies. The position is responsible for executing strategy, determining appropriate metrics and instilling accountability, including a high level of clinical quality, patient safety and performance in the marketplace. Provides leadership and oversight across  multiple sites and drives synergy, inclusion and standardization across the organization’s respective independent medical staff officers.  The CMO will represent the organization for managing clinical operations and ensuring patients receive the highest standard of medical care. Is the liaison to CommonSpirit Health (CSH), recognizing matrixed relationships as applicable and represents Newco’s interests and needs in functional areas of responsibility, as well as ensuring the goals and strategies of CSH are represented and integrated as appropriate.  The CMO will partner with members of the executive team as well as counterparts internal and external to the health system in an effort to build collaborative relationships, stay abreast of the competition and industry advances in order to successfully advance and navigate change. Responsibilities - Provides vision and physician leadership in aligning all medical departments and medical staff offices with the strategic goals of the organization. - Identifies practice needs and opportunities for increased efficiency, productivity, quality and service of health care delivery. Participates in the evaluation of processes and practices to determine the need for change to accommodate shifting priorities, conditions and objectives. Creates an environment that supports change and innovation. - Oversees medical staff and credentialing offices and the application of Medical Staff bylaws. - Develops an ongoing review process to ensure optimum quality of care, patient safety and patient satisfaction. Implements quality assurance programs, measures and monitoring, including performance reviews for medical staff and a system of peer review. - Ensures the development and maintenance of metrics/data related to patient care, patient outcomes, patient satisfaction and cost effectiveness, in order to continually improve medical practices. Ensures data is accurate, current, well defined and relevant. Produces and presents reports and data on key performance indicators and other significant benchmarking metrics. - Ensures compliance with internal/external legal and regulatory standards and requirements, and effective control procedures are in place and fully functioning to prevent risk. Monitors the effectiveness of current practices in meeting results. Keeps abreast of changing legal and regulatory requirements. - Collaborates with other Leadership Team members ensuring integration and enhancement of the medical services available. Participates in the evaluation of processes and practices to determine the need for change to accommodate shifting business priorities, conditions and objectives. - Keeps abreast of best practices and achievements in healthcare. Is a champion of process improvement, applying Six Sigma and Kaizen strategies to eliminate waste and streamline processes in addition to recognizing the evolving factors that impact future needs. - Leads the development of strategies and initiatives for future growth and addresses matter such as: provision of new services, increasing market share, maximizing revenues, improving services provided. - Maintains fiscal responsibility and accountability for financial performance of medical programs, monitors progress toward budgeted margin and plans for adjustments as needed. - Directs and evaluates management and medical staff, ensures adequate staffing levels and that staff are qualified and properly trained to perform assigned job duties.  Identifies, selects and develops key talent in order to build and retain a strong team of experts that are well versed in medical practice, technology and innovation. - Serves as a spokesperson for the organization and promotes a positive image in the community with active participation in boards, community groups and professional              
Job ID
2022-263548
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
VMFH Division Support Services
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
- Prepares annually one and five year strategic financial plans. - Develops in partnership with ACO and COMPANY Executive Leadership. - Takes advantage of recognized business opportunities while protecting the organization against adverse events. - Positions the ACO for long-term success. - Obtains ACO's Executive Leadership Team, Finance Committee, and Board and COMPANY Executive approvals. - Present Plans to ACO's Executive Leadership Team, Finance Committee, and Board and COMPANY Executives demonstrating ACO successes. - Ensure the effectiveness and accuracy of all financial reports. - Develops and issues timely and accurate monthly ACO financial statements to include: Generation and review of all accounting entries in compliance with GAAP and with Company's Chief Accounting Officer consistent with Company's financial policies. - Reports monthly Budget vs Actual financial performance, identifying the drivers of financial and recommending solutions to adverse results. - In conjunction with ACO executive leadership, play a leading role in ensuring the successful financial performance of all payer and employer arrangements. - Directs detailed reporting of all relevant data to parties as needed along with a detailed analysis demonstrating results and recommending corrective action steps. - Projects the effect of all agreed upon programmatic or operational changes on the financial performance of all impacted contracts. - Directs the preparation of all necessary financial analyses to project financial impact of payer/employer contract negotiations/modifications. - Participate in the financial negotiations of payer/employer contracts. - Manages physician incentive distribution process maintaining high physician satisfaction levels with administrative performance. - Determines amount of shared savings earned by physician and hospital participants periodically. - Recommends parties as needed regarding projected amounts to be shared/retained. - Leads the development of direct to employer financial reporting package to ensure groups are fully aware of financial performance. - Develops a reporting structure that demonstrates the value of the ACO to parties as needed including individual employers and payers. - Develop & recommend with ACO's Executive Leadership Team techniques to reduce employer/payer healthcare spend. - Direct ACO financial/actuarial analysis of new contracts and business opportunities in order to enhance contract financial performance. - Ensure ACO will not experience an adverse selection bias within any payor contract or new enrollment opportunity. - Ensure all financial targets are set appropriately and fairly and financial terms within all contracts are reasonable. Prepare supporting analyses. - Directs the work of ACO's external actuarial consultant. - Acts as a liaison for any external financial agents and auditors to ensure the successful completion of periodic audits. - Coordinate with the COMPANY CFO all internal and external audit work. - Directs preparation of schedules to facilitate external auditor's work. - Develops and maintains effective internal controls in order to monitor and report any activity that could jeopardize the financial viability or public perception of the organization. - Performs other position appropriate duties as required in a competent, professional and courteous manner.
Job ID
2021-208481
Department
Finance
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
St. Luke's Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
Job Summary / Purpose This position is responsible for the charitable fund development programs of CHI St. Luke’s Health through corporations, foundations, governmental entities and individuals. This position contributes to the mission and vision of CHI St. Luke’s Health by working in close collaboration and partnership with the CHI St. Luke’s Health Chief Executive Officer, as well as the Executive Leadership Team, Texas Foundation Board, the leadership and to assist CHI St. Luke’s Health in meeting the healthcare needs of our patients, and our communities. The advancement program includes grant coordination and management from all sources. The Division Vice President of Development will build upon CHI St. Luke’s Health’s organizational strengths to conceptualize and to implement a well-coordinated advancement program. The Division Vice President of Development will lead the philanthropic arm of CHI St. Luke’s Health and be responsible for all fundraising-related activities that engender community support and charitable giving in support of CHI St. Luke’s Health’s mission of community service.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities 1. Oversees all aspects of charitable fundraising efforts on behalf of CHI Health through a direct reporting relationship with the foundation leaders across the organization. In addition, accountable for the direct management of the day to day operations of the St. Luke’s Health Foundation). 2. Oversees all business functions of the CHI St. Luke’s Health Foundations, and develops and implements operating systems and policies for its management. 3. Develops and submits annual expense budgets for each local foundation and their respective annual charitable fundraising income projections in cooperation with CHI St. Luke’s Health Finance and Accounting staff. Ensures the foundations operate within allocated funds. Prepares records and reports required for administrative and regulatory purposes. 4. Serves as the representative of foundation for CHI St. Luke’s Health at the National CHI Foundation CDO Council. 5. Facilitates a regular strategic fundraising planning process. Is responsible for the systematic monitoring and evaluation of program effectiveness. 6. Plans, organizes and directs the development of gifts and funds from corporations, foundations, governmental entities, and individuals, utilizing a relationship-building model. Develops and recommends goals and objectives for CHI St. Luke’s Health charitable fundraising by aligning foundation activities with the CHI St. Luke’s Health system strategic plan. Implements campaigns, fundraising techniques and guidelines to achieve such goals through an annual implementation plan. Evaluates changing trends in philanthropy, tax, and estate planning regulations to develop new programs responsive to the fundraising needs of CHI St. Luke’s Health. Evaluates the performance of each foundation in relation to established goals and implements changes to improve services. 7. Initiates programs to continually improve relations between each local foundation and its committees, foundation staff, system administration, medical staff, sponsoring agencies and the community at large. Keeps foundation boards and associated committees informed of the fundraising program, current issues, and matters affecting CHI St. Luke’s Health and healthcare as a whole. Creates (and oversees) the annual development plans for each community foundation in cooperation with local market leadership. Provides planning and leadership for service line fundraising activities. 8. Oversight of all funds managed by the including but not limited to; fund balances, fund transfers, coordination of fund administrators, fund policies and procedures and approval of new funds 9. Coordinate efforts with the National CHI Foundation and other foundation administrators within the CHI system. 10. Responsible for personal and professional growth through participation in appropriate CHI St. Luke’s Health system meetings, service programs and continuing education programs. Serves on CHI St. Luke’s Health committees as requested. Keeps current on operational trends in the development field and healthcare industries 11. Maintains a professional attitude with foundation staff, peers, medical staff, hospital staff, patients, visitors and other hospital personnel while assuring confidentiality of patients and other hospital information. 12. Participates in all safety, security and infection control programs that are mandatory as well as those required and provided by the department. 13. Demonstrates work practices consistent with CHI St. Luke’s Health and department-specific safety, security and infection control policies. 14. Performs other duties as necessary and/or assigned by the CEO. 15. Must have ability to work effectively and collaboratively in a diverse and multi-cultural environment. 16. Completes annual and six-month performance review assessments within proper scope of judgment and accountability. Note: if the manager does not possess the same background licensure as their clinical staff members, they must have peer reviews completed for staff members to ensure clinical competence is met and validated.
Job ID
2022-253196
Department
Philanthropy / Foundation
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
St. Luke's Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
The VP and Divisional Chief Information Officer (DCIO) will directly report to the SVP of Division Health Technologies.  This role is the main interface between Technology & Digital (TD) and the Division Executive Team to ensure that Technology & Digital is a source of competitive advantage in their Division. As a key member of both the Technology & Digital and Division Executive team, the DCIO will be the customer facing role and key TD interface to their Division Business Partners.   This leader works in a matrix model with key national TD leaders to deliver Technology & Digital solutions that provide efficient, reliable, scalable and secure applications and processes in their Division. The DCIO will proactively manage all activities related to delivery and operations of infrastructure, application and digital services in their hospital, ambulatory and other care sites.  This individual will work in a highly matrixed structure to achieve this.  They will collaborate with Division and National leaders to ensure delivery of exceptional customer experience.    STRATEGY - Under the direction of the CIDO and in collaboration with the SVP of Digital Health Technologies the DCIO will lead the strategy development for the Divisions top Technology & Digital needs. - Develops, coordinates, guides and executes TD systems and operational plans, participating proactively with the division and facility management to optimize the use of technology and digital in support of the clinical/patient-focused mission and business strategy. - Drives consumer focused integrated care by leading the development and implementation of Division initiatives that improve cost effectiveness, healthcare service quality and business development opportunities. - Demonstrate effective financial stewardship by fostering utilization of CommonSpirit standard solutions and ensures that division solutions and initiatives are not in conflict with CommonSpirit enterprise solutions, processes, standards and policies. - Deliver efficient, reliable, scalable, and secure TD infrastructure and applications, processes and operations required to operate, sustain and grow the business with a keen focus on managing costs. - Partner with leadership across the Ministry to support the vision, mission, values and related business goals and objectives of CommonSpirit Health.   LEADERSHIP - Ensure seamless value delivery by evangelizing, owning and driving digital, application and infrastructure enterprise and local initiatives. - In partnership ship with national delivery leadership the DCIO develops and maintains an appropriate organizational structure and staffing capable of supporting the business and operational needs of the facilities within the division. - Demonstrate effective financial stewardship by developing and contributing to annual capital and operating budgets for division TD operations and the division strategic roadmap. - Oversees the ongoing development, delivery and operations of the products and services roadmap. - Monitors TD activities and costs related to the utilization of resources required to meet programmatic operational requirements - Create one inspired team by proactively fostering commitment to one cohesive TD team and CommonSpirit ministry - Create a TD culture obsessed about the consumer, experimentation, empowerment and agility while ensuring that the TD organization is keenly focused on providing an exceptional employee and consumer experience. TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT - Drives consumer focused integrated care by bringing the Division, Customer and Operations perspective and in partnership with TD, Digital and business partners ensure Divisional requirements are addressed in all division TD strategies. - Proactively partners with national service delivery leaders to manage the local TD environment according to negotiated and established service levels and in accordance with enterprise standards and guidelines. - Proactively partners with national service delivery leaders to ensure that the division and facility technology environment is continually refreshed and capable of supporting the business and health care operations. - Ensures standardization of systems and processes within the division to maximize utilization, cost reduction and reporting. - Ensures that enterprise Technology & Digital operate according to internal standards, external accrediting agency standards, and legal requirements. Enforces policy and procedures to ensure the protection of enterprise TD assets and the integrity, security and privacy of information. Develops and maintains a division wide business recovery plan. - Maintains contact with TD suppliers and maintains knowledge of current technology, equipment, prices and terms of agreements to minimize the investment required to meet established service levels. - Demonstrates effective financial stewardship by evaluatinig alternatives, performs cost benefit analysis, and recommends solutions within corporate policies and standards. - Serves as division agent assigned to negotiate division-specific TD contracts, mediate contractual disputes and complete amendments to core agreements. - Engage in transformation to an Agile and Product driven planning and deployment cycle which results in continuous delivery of high-quality products and services on time and within budget.
Job ID
2022-256847
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CommonSpirit Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
- Collaborates with Division Financial and Operational leaders to drive effective management of human capital costs resulting in a positive ROI. Accelerates the development of Human Resources culture, talent, structure, systems and processes. - Advises management and ensures compliance with laws and regulations pertaining to human resources. Develops processes and programs that ensure readiness and compliance in a highly regulated healthcare environment. - Develops, implements and oversees education/training programs and vehicles that support strategic objectives and address operational and regulatory requirements. Conducts needs analysis, perform research, design related staff or management training and organizational development programs and ensures consistency of messages. - Develops long-term relationships with organizations, educational institutions and individuals that will enhance the talent pipeline flow toward the healthcare profession in general, and the Division in particular.
Job ID
2022-267954
Department
Human Resources
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
VMFH Division Support Services
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
- Motivates and challenges marketing and communications teams to constantly achieve superior results - Develops annual marketing and communications strategies, plans, budgets for multi-channel implementations and stakeholders. - Serves as a member of the senior leadership team for strategic planning, counsel and implementations.  - Evaluates effectiveness of current marketing and communications initiatives leading the design of marketing and branding strategies that increase market share and visibility in target markets - Keeps the organization’s mission, vision and values at the forefront of associate decision making and action.  - Ensures the patient perspective is a driving force behind all actions and business decisions, crafting and implementing service practices that meet patients’ and organizational needs (focus include internal and external customers.
Job ID
2022-258193
Department
Marketing Department
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Saint Joseph Health System
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TN-CHATTANOOGA
The Division VP Mission Integration provides oversight of the full range of operational and strategic Mission activities within CommonSpirit Health. Ensures the efficient implementation of a single CommonSpirit Health Mission delivery model which aligns the Mission structure, processes and systems with CommonSpirit Health System Mission strategies. The incumbent continuously refines the role of Mission within the Division to ensure that Mission operates with its business partners as a dynamic and fully integrated service line. The Division VP Mission Integration directs the Mission team and formulates partnerships across the Mission team and CoE to deliver value-added service to management and employees that reflect the strategic business objectives of CommonSpirit Health.   1. Collaborates with Division Financial and Operational leaders to drive effective management of human capital costs resulting in a positive ROI. Accelerates the development of Mission culture, talent, structure, systems and processes. 2. Advises management and ensures compliance with laws and regulations pertaining to Mission. Develops processes and programs that ensure readiness and compliance in a highly regulated healthcare environment. 3. Develops, implements and oversees education/training programs and vehicles that support strategic objectives and address operational and regulatory requirements. Conducts needs analysis, perform research, design related staff or management training and organizational development programs and ensures consistency of messages. 4. Develops long-term relationships with organizations, educational institutions and individuals that will enhance the talent pipeline flow toward the healthcare profession in general, and the Division in particular. 5. Responsible for Mission leadership for the Greater Sacramento market. Collaborate with board members, administration, professional and other staff in the market to integrate Dignity Health Mission Integration Standards into plans, policies, and processes affecting the market and its facilities operations, goals and strategic transformation.
Job ID
2022-267733
Department
Mission Integration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
Mercy Healthcare
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-RANCHO CORDOVA
Essential Key Job Responsibilities : - Responsible for Division payer strategy and relationships and contracts with new and existing payers to further drive a clear and effective reimbursement strategy, contract renewal planning process, negotiation, implementation, and outcomes in relation to budgeted and forecasted performance requirements as set forth by national and local Division(s) senior leaders. - Creates and maintains successful relationships with customer stakeholders - including third party insurers, physician organizations, employers, government sponsors and other key partners. - Engages in effective communication with internal stakeholders to ensure key contract terms and requirements are successfully implemented to ensure optimal contract performance. - Stays current with emerging payer trends, new reimbursement methodologies, and State and National regulatory issues, plan benefits, payer activity, products and delivery channels including health insurance exchanges, market competition, etc. Participates in establishing the composition, pricing, and management of fee and value-based payment and risk arrangements in support of CommonSpirit Health’s Healthier Communities strategy. - Develops, implements, and maintains value-based payment and risk arrangements in conjunction with national standards & guidelines.  - Supports the strategic objectives of its IDNs, population health, and care management initiatives through directly engaging payers and employer customers, including CSH employee health benefits - Participates in and contributes to CommonSpirit Health’s National Payer Strategy through sharing best practices, developing contract performance goals, key metrics, network development, reimbursement and language guidelines, revenue realization, and other applicable work streams. Acts as Subject Matter Expert and thought leader regarding network asset and value creation in terms of affordability, access, and reputation for quality and outcomes The job summary and responsibilities listed above are designed to indicate the general nature of the work performed within this job. They are not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all job responsibilities required of employees assigned to this job. Employees may be required to perform other duties as assigned.  
Job ID
2022-274865
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CommonSpirit Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
- Participates in decision-making processes by collaborating with leaders from the governing body, health system management, hospital leadership council, medical staff and clinical areas in developing strategic plans, budgets, resource allocation, operational plans and policies for the market. - Leads and sets the strategic direction for nursing leadership in the development of a nursing mission, vision, philosophy, strategic plan congruent with the hospital's mission, vision, and strategic plan. - Mentors and develops the facility nursing leaders, managers and staff to assume leadership roles both formally and informally, via role modeling and facilitating staff participation in a shared leadership structure. - Directs patient care team effectively as team leader and change agent - Collaborates with the facility nursing leaders to develop and Implement effective communication channels to provide information to all staff members; provide the forum for staff to verbalize concerns, issues and ideas in a non-threatening environment. - Develops and continually enhances a positive working relationship and the ability to problem solve with other members of the patient care delivery team including physicians and other departments within the market. - Directs the development, implementation and administration of a shared decision making model. - Represents nursing services at established meetings with other hospital and market leaders, medical staff, and other clinical leaders. Regularly meet with the facility nursing leader to understand the facility needs regarding allocation of resources including FTEs, systems, equipment, and support. Where there are gaps or organizational needs, facilitate conversations with the appropriate executive and financial leaders to try and provide additional resources. - Meets regularly with facility nursing leader to facilitate problem resolution, information exchange, planning and timely communication. - Designs and approves the plan for providing patient care including determining the types and numbers of nursing personnel and staff necessary to provide nursing care for all areas of the market. - Provides for the establishment and implementation of patient care standards including policies and procedures that meet national, state and local rules and regulations as well as voluntary accreditation standards - Participates in the evaluation, selection, and integration of health care technology and information management systems that support patient needs and the efficient utilization of patient care resources. - Designs and Implements patient care programs for the designated market that meet the nursing care needs of the patient populations served. - Meet regularly with the facility nursing leader o ensures that processes and policies for patient care are designed to foster the ability of the staff to meet patient and family needs rather than navigating complex systems within institution. - Promotes a caring helpful environment including the arrangement of the physical setting and assembling equipment in a manner conducive to more effective and efficient patient care. - Creates environment where patients and families are considered partners in care. - Assures structures and processes are established to ensure a safe work environment. - Facilitate the planning promoting, and conduct quality monitoring and enhancement activities; facilitates and collaborates with leaders in advancing clinical outcomes and quality improvements within the framework of the CHI St. Luke's Performance Improvement Plan. - Collaborates with other disciplines in the monitoring, evaluation and enhancement of the market wide continuous quality enhancement program; Develops, Directs, and monitors the effects of patient care redesign programs. - Creates effective and ongoing programs to monitor, evaluate, and improve the quality of care and services. - Regularly meet with facility nursing leader to evaluate the adequacy of the annual staffing plan, to drive improvement and to demonstrate successes and opportunities for nursing. - Identifies key quality indicators to be monitored and evaluated. Uses benchmark data from internal and external sources to identify opportunities for improvement. - Meet regularly with the facility nursing leader to plan for operating and capital budget requests each fiscal year. Review overall performance to budget with the facility nursing leader on a regular basis, and discuss variances. - Encourage and facilitate creative strategies to lower costs while maintaining or enhancing quality. - Develops monitoring systems to provide accurate and timely assessment of performance according to budget. - Assists in contract negotiation and administration for contracted services. - Develops patient and family focused collaborative relationships with all members of the health care team and all departments within the designated market. - Demonstrates and creates expectation of consistency in application of human resource policies and procedures across departments. Demonstrates accountability for human resource management by monitoring, correcting variances for productive and non-productive utilization. Ensure the nursing facility leaders are consistent in the application of the policies. - Facilitate the promotion of programs to provide job related growth and upward mobility for the staff in areas of responsibility. Promotes nursing expertise in specialties. 31. - Provides employees with specific, timely, and constructive feedback including meaningful and annual performance appraisals. - Assists with coaching and counseling as needed. - Interviews and selects persons for positions based on the candidates' whose qualifications and personal philosophies are compatible with the hospital's mission and values of integrity, goal orientation, excellence, valuing people, and stewardship.  -   DISCLOSURE STATEMENT: The above statements reflect the general details considered necessary to describe the essential functions of the job as identified, and shall not be considered a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inherent in position.
Job ID
2022-269166
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
St. Luke's Sugar Land Hospital
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-SUGAR LAND
1. Participates in decision-making processes by collaborating with leaders from the governing body, health system mgmt., hospital leadership council, medical staff and clinical areas in developing the hospital's strategic plans, budgets, resource allocation, operation plans and policies  2. Sets strategic direction that aligns with the hospital strategic plan for the above mentioned areas, including planning and managing processes and services for these disciplines to meet 's current and future needs. Develops and integrates these plans and processes to support 's vision, mission, and strategies.   3. Mentors and Develops managers and staff to assume leadership roles both formally and informally, via role modeling and facilitating staff participation in a shared leadership structure. Directs the development, implementation and administration of a shared decision making model Quality.  4. Plans, promotes, and conducts quality monitoring and enhancement activities; actively involved in advancing clinical outcomes and quality improvements within the framework of the CHI St. Luke's Performance Improvement Plan. Collaboratively creates effective and ongoing programs to monitor, evaluate, and improve the quality of care and services  5. Advocates for staff regarding allocation of resources including FTEs, systems, equipment, and support. Provides for the development and management of operating and capital budgets for assigned areas; Responsible for overall performance according to budget   6. Provides for the establishment and implementation of patient care standards including policies and procedures that meet national, state and local rules and regulations as well as voluntary accreditation stands  7. Directs creative strategies to lower costs while maintaining or enhancing quality 8.Leads in contract negotiation and administration for contracted service 9. Demonstrates and creates expectation of consistency in application of HR policies and procedures across departments.
Job ID
2022-228644
Department
Executive V.P.
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
JOB SUMMARY / PURPOSE   The VP, Medical Operations (Chief Medical Officer) is a valuable member of the executive administrative team and is responsible for the Medical Staff Services Department, and managing the organized medical staff at SJHS hospitals and long term care facilities. Position also provides advice on all medical matters to executive administrators. Position is responsible for acting as a liaison for communication and relationship development between medical staff and organization leadership.   ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES   • Advances awareness of the mission of St. Joseph healthcare and the integration of mission in the culture of the organization. • Maintains business practices that are compliant with laws and regulations and promptly reports facts covering individual or organizational activities believed to be in violation of the law, regulations, or the Ethical and Religious Directives. • Maintains awareness of and compliance with organizational policies and administrative guidelines. • Willingly initiates action to meet the legitimate expectations of all customers. • Exercises personal initiative to improve satisfaction with hospital services by attending, procedural, or referring physician and to improve satisfaction with support services provided to physicians in their offices. • Ensure appropriate onboarding and ongoing development of team members and volunteers, including orientation, competence assessment and development, recognition of positive contribution, and appraisals of performance. • Participate with senior management in Hospital strategic planning and administrative decision making including development of new patient care services and enhancement of existing ones, preparing of operating budget for assigned areas to reflect an ongoing increase in value per patient served, identifying contingency plans for unanticipated expenses and opportunities to improve efficiency and budgets, and prioritizing capital requests. • Manage worked hours and direct expenses in assigned areas relative to applicable staffing standards and budgeted patient volume. • Maintain ongoing compliance with applicable federal and state laws, licensure, regulations, and corporate compliance requirements in areas of responsibility, including compliance with The Joint Commission accreditation standards. • Actively participate in a leadership role in organizational performance improvement teams and initiatives. Develops appropriate indicators of performance aligned with strategic objectives with targets that support achievement of excellent performance. • Improves patient, provider, and employee satisfaction within areas of responsibility. • Manages prompt complaint follow-up and resolution, maintaining contact with complainant until the issue is resolved. • Oversees the ER Call Program for St. Joseph institutions, ensuring that coverage is in place when required by government regulations or when economically appropriate. • Supports the organized medical staff at St. Joseph institutions including facilitating an effective Credential and Peer Review process, maintaining up to date administrative documents (bylaws, rules and regulations, and policies), and facilitating reduction in practice variation among licensed practitioners and institutions. • Serves as organizational contact for Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine and related medical education programs, both graduate and undergraduate.   #CHI-LI
Job ID
2022-269069
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
St. Joseph Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-BRYAN

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