Providence St. Joseph Health is calling a Director of Mission Integration - PSJH to our location in Renton, WA.
We are seeking a Director of Mission Integration - PSJH to help to shape and influence how the Mission, Values, and Vision are lived out in the daily life of our ministries. This Mission Integration work touches on all aspects of organizational life including governance, strategy, operations and the nurturing of our caregivers. Sustaining a culture consistent with the Mission and Values requires vigilance at all times especially during times of change and transition to maintain our Catholic identity and to ensure constant alignment with whom we say we are.
In this position you will have the following responsibilities:
- While living the Mission is the responsibility of every caregiver within PSJH, the Director of Mission has the special responsibility of courageously holding the Mission focus as PSJH moves into the future.
- Continuing the ministry of PSJH over generations requires special attention by all leaders. The Mission Integration Leader is key in walking with those in leadership as they engage in formation processes of ongoing growth as persons and as leaders.
- The Director of Mission Integration is a partner with our sponsors in sustaining our PSJH heritage and Catholic identity, so the Mission and Values are rooted in all we do.
- A fundamental responsibility of the role of Mission Integration is to hold the ministry's integrity in trust with others and adherence to PSJH Mission and Values Discernment Process in both the clinical and organizational context. Responsibilities are shared and fulfilled in collaboration with the regional director of ethics.
- A Mission inspired culture is one in which the members of PSJH animate both the purpose and Core Values of the organization through their words and behaviors.
- Providing spiritual care is to tend to the life force, the essence, the spirit of those we serve.
- Community Partnership is our intent to improve the health and well-being of those living in our community where we serve, especially those who are poor and vulnerable. Community Partnerships aligns the influence of PSJH to raise awareness and inspire all to serve. Specifically, the work of Community Partnership provides opportunities for PSJH caregivers to experience Mission in action as we work to advance Health for a Better World.
Required qualifications for this position include:
- Master's Degree in Theology, Divinity, Spirituality, Health Care Mission or related field of ministry.
- If providing spiritual care services must have completed at least four units of Clinical Pastoral Education recognized by NACC or APC.
- Must have a thorough knowledge of the teachings and principles and traditions of the Catholic Church.
- Must have a thorough understanding of Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services.
- 3 years of increasing responsibilities as a health care professional or administration of Mission related programs or services.
- Demonstrates maturity, judgment, and leadership to be an effective and trusted contributor and colleague to the Ministry leader and leadership team to inspire and influence others in pursuit of the goals of the ministry of PSJH.
- Demonstrated competence in: collaborative processes, change management and culture change, group facilitation, verbal and written communication, and continuous improvement methodologies.
- Understanding the principles and practices of adult learning.
- Specialized field training in ethics, formation, spiritual care or community partnerships.
- Theoretical and practical understanding, rooted in sound theology, of the Mission and values of PSJH and the health care ministry of the Catholic Church.
- Understanding the fundamentals and challenges of healthcare operations.
- Communicates a balanced personal spirituality that aligns with PSJH as a Catholic ministry. Able to articulate the connections between personal and organization spirituality and the workplace.
- Able to engage individuals from diverse religious backgrounds in understanding and appreciating their role as leaders of a Catholic ministry while honoring their own religious or spiritual traditions.
- Demonstrates personal and interpersonal qualities that engender confidence, trust, and credibility among peers, caregivers, medical staff, volunteers, patients, and community citizens.
- Able to lead, inspire and influence others in the pursuit of PSJH vision and strategic goals. Confidence to be a prophetic voice.
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
- A practicing member of the Catholic Church
- Formal training in Ethics