Vice President, Mission Integration, Eastern Iowa RegionMercyOne, Dubuque, IA
Mercy Medical Center is a not for profit Catholic hospital serving the tri-state area of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin since 1879. Mercy – Dubuque has 263 beds while Mercy – Dyersville is a critical access hospital with 25 beds and a 40-bed nursing home.
Mercy offers a full range of acute care services, including invasive cardiology and open-heart surgery, Level II trauma center, Level II regional neonatal intensive care unit, general and orthopaedic surgery, psychiatric services and inpatient physical rehabilitation. Mercy also operates two hospital-based skilled nursing units, extensive outpatient rehabilitation services, home health care, retail pharmacy and a wide range of outpatient, community and business services. Mercy’s 1,300 full- and part-time employees and medical staff of 230 care for more than 56,000 inpatients and outpatients each year.
The hospital is accredited by The Joint Commission and achieved Magnet designation, the gold standard of patient care, in 2004 and was redesignated a Magnet hospital in 2009.
Mercy Medical Center is a member of Mercy Health Network in Iowa and is a Ministry Organization of Trinity Health based in Novi, Michigan.
Mercy is an organization that values and encourages diversity. To learn more about Mercy and its opportunities for employment, please see the postings listed on this site or visit our website at www.mercydubuque.com.
The Vice President Mission Integration, Eastern Iowa Region provides executive leadership on the organization’s leadership team, ensuring the successful integration, assessment and development of mission in all of the region's activities, decisions and strategies. With the Eastern Iowa Regional President, the Chief Mission Integration Officer for Mercy Health Network and other executive leaders, this leader is responsible for the oversight of Mission functions, including incorporating Values and Catholic identity into the strategic plan, structures and operations within the Eastern region.
Must possess a comprehensive knowledge of the teachings of the Catholic Church and theology and ethics as applied to Catholic health care and as normally obtained through a Bachelor's degree in theology or a related field, Master's degree preferred. Must have proven experience in nurturing the Catholic identity of an organization through Catholic social teachings. Successful organizational operation, management or education experience in an institutional setting. Must demonstrate skills and experience in strategic thinking, health care operations and organizational/ change management. Knowledge and demonstrated experience of leadership in fostering spiritual renewal and commitment to supporting and promoting the Catholic identity of the organization. Must demonstrate: a working understanding of the human person and the integration of body, mind and spirit for human development; a working knowledge of the connections between spirituality, meaning and work; an appreciation of the process of religious formation and personal development; a respect for diversity of religious beliefs and culture. Must demonstrate: a working understanding of the Catholic Church and its traditions; an appreciation of its structures and laws; sensitivity to its decision-making processes and to change management and accountability within the church. Ability to establish and maintain interdisciplinary relationships; to work collaboratively with other institutional health care professionals. Must possess a personal presence that is characterized by a sense of honesty, integrity, and caring with the ability to inspire and motivate others to promote the philosophy, mission, vision, goals, and values of Mercy Health Network.
Interested candidates may send a resume to Vicky Piper at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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