ABOUT YOU Above all, we are looking for a servant leader whose personal and professional background demonstrates a genuine passion for the mission and core values of PSJH. You have a style that emphasizes openness, collaboration, visibility, and connectivity. A strong, confident, results-oriented, and decisive leader with the capacity to balance the big picture and strategic perspective with a focus on operations and the details of execution. You can articulate how your work improves healthcare delivery in the communities that we serve.   In this position you will: Provide visionary leadership. Be an active participant and leader in the City of Seward. Serve as liaison with the City of Seward; Is responsible for administration and stewardship of the Management and Operating Agreement for Providence Seward Medical and Care Center. Motivate, facilitate and coach team and staff to deliver cost effective quality services. Collaborate and influence organizational leaders in designing, innovating, expanding, refining   and providing services across the continuum of care. Develop effective relationships with leadership team, peers, physicians, staff, professional community and community Health Advisory Committee. Participate directly in program planning and evaluation, development of support/clinical functional plans and review of functional plans for support departments to assure congruence with clinical objectives and quality standards. Develop, implement and evaluate programs to promote recruitment, retention, development and continuing education of all physicians and staff members as necessary to promote quality care delivery. Strive for and consistently achieves excellence in care provided to patients; Directs development and implementation of facility and departmental policies consistent with state regulatory agencies ambulatory, home health, nursing home and acute care standards; Models time management, accountability, dedication, self-discipline, and responsibility. Maintain and/or enhances the self-esteem of others through listening and responding with empathy and clear transmission of information; Answers inquiries accurately and in a timely manner; Regularly participates in on-going collaboration with medical director regarding clinical activities. Strive to improve own level of competence through skill development, keeping abreast of trends and new developments in health care and management theory. Determine type and number of staff positions required to provide safe and effective care; Recruits and maintains staff; Sets and tracks productivity; Sets written standards for professional performance in accordance with the principles of professional practice and ethical conduct; Maintains evidence of credentials, license and training; Ensures continuing performance through written job descriptions, performance appraisals, inservice education, continuing education and provision of appropriate books, journals and other tools; Actively participates in the determination of sound compensation and benefits programs that are aligned with the objectives of the organization. Responsible for the development of capital and operating budgets based on long and short term goals; Demonstrates fiscal responsibility through control of assets and expenses including equipment and supplies which assures quality products as the most cost effective service quality. Implement care/services that recognize age/diversity specific needs/issues of customers served. Required qualifications for this position include: Masters degree in health management or a directly related field required (i.e. MRA with MSM.  Progressively responsible managerial and administrative experience required.  Five years senior administration experience and previous clinical experience working with medical staffs, committees and departments. Must have the ability to perform duties and responsibilities promptly and consistently with little direct supervision in planning and organizing work; and to judge the appropriate action in response to changes, circumstances or problems.  Excellent interpersonal skills, clinical knowledge, teaching expertise and proficient written communication skills required. Preferred qualifications for this position include: Alaska Nursing Home Administrator licensure is preferred. Five years experience in Health Care Administration in an acute care setting preferred. 207394
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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