Schedule: Regular Full-time
This is a 12 month position.
· Must have completed final fellowship interview process
· Master's Degree in Health Care Administration, Business Administration, Public Health or related field required
· Project Management experience preferred
· Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
· Collaborative approach to problem solving
· Strong quantitative analytic skills and proficiency with data manipulation
· Highly motivated, inquisitive and creative
· Technical/Motor Skills: Excellent computer skills are essential
· Physical Requirements: Ability to move around the facility
· Mental Abilities: Must possess strong analytical and organizational skills. Must be able to work independently
· Sensory Requirements: Ability to communicate effectively
· Some regional travel required
Description/Structure: The Administrative Fellowship Program at Northern Light Health (NLH) is a 12-month educational opportunity that will provide a high degree of exposure to the leadership skills required to manage a complex, multi-facility, integrated health system. Fellowship activities include participating in executive-level committees and supporting broad and varied assignments. The NLH Administrative Fellow will have the opportunity to rotate to multiple departments, depending on interests and the current system needs. The candidate will report directly to the VP of Business Development, who will act as the preceptor. The individual will also report to other service leaders including the system CEO for specific projects. The candidate will have the opportunity to gain an understanding of how hospitals and other clinical operations integrate across the healthcare system and are supported by corporate services.
The fellowship begins with rotational orientation with key corporate leaders. As the individual develops working relationships with the corporate services leadership team, he/she will be afforded the opportunity to become involved in an array of operational services: finance, strategic planning, human resources, facility operations, clinical operations, and information technology.
The successful candidate should have an interest in working in a rural healthcare setting. The candidate will also be encouraged to apply their individual background and experience in the work environment in order to contribute to the system while gaining an in-depth understanding of an integrated healthcare delivery system.
Equal Opportunity Employment