Public Health Job Opportunities

Administrative Fellowship

Deadline: until filled

Bryan Health in Lincoln has an excellent opportunity for a Health Administrative Fellowship at Bryan LGH.

The Administrative Fellowship is a 1 year assignment beginning on July 1st, 2014 and ending on June 30th, 2015. 

The Administrative Fellowship is established to train and educate post-graduate students with a complete perspective of working within a leading healthcare system. The Administrative Fellowship is exposed to the wide-array of healthcare services and initiatives and has opportunities to work in a hands-on capacity on many key system initiatives. Experiences healthcare decision making from the system level as well as opportunities to participate in work done within each system entity. Participates in projects and work assignments across many areas, working beside and reporting directly to the President-Chief Operating Officer/Medical Center.  Attends Board and senior management meetings allowing for strong personal and leadership growth opportunities.  In order to ensure the Administrative Fellowship meets the need of not only the system, but also the Fellow, the President-COO/Medical Center will work directly with the Fellow to customize the experience to meet the individual’s needs and interests.

 

1.      *Participates in projects and work assignments across departments including, but not limited to, administration, operations, advancement/development, marketing and human resources.

2.      *Attends Board and Senior Management meetings, allowing for strong personal and leadership growth opportunities; develops an understanding of Bryan Health organizational structures and interaction between departments and personnel.

3.      *Based on assigned project(s), establishes goals/priorities, extracts, analyzes and presents data/information; plans and coordinates meetings; follows through on action items; evaluates outcomes and assists in change management activities as appropriate.

4.      *Communicates project/initiative progress to leadership personnel in a variety of formats; problem solves project delays, lack of resources, communication issues, etc., and implements corrective/remedial solutions.

5.      Manages potential conflict situations utilizing effective communication skills and maximizing interpersonal relationships.

6.      Participates in mentoring relationships with preceptor and other leaders, physicians and staff.

7.      Audits management-level leadership training and other educational offerings to improve technical and leadership skills.

To be eligible for the Administrative Fellowship, the candidate must have completed a Master’s degree from an accredited program in health care administration, health services administration, business administration, or public health no later than June 30th, 2014. Strong consideration given to applicants with relevant prior hospital and/or managed care experience.

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