The Vice President of Mission Integration serves as an integral part of Emory Saint Joseph’s executive team by promoting, integrating and supporting the mission, vision and values of Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital and promoting the legacy of the Sisters of Mercy. Key areas of responsibility include:
- Collaborates with all areas of operations in order to identify and address theological, ethical and moral issues embedded in the care of our patients, physicians and staff.
Serves as a resource, providing education and raising values-based questions and concerns pertinent to organizational decision making and strategic direction setting.
Serves as liaison between the organization and the Catholic sponsors, local Church, religious and civic communities.
Oversees compliance with the Ethical and Religious Directives (ERDs) within the Joint Operating Company and is responsible for educating leaders, physicians, Board members and employees.
Key accountabilities of the VPMI include:
- Sets clear objectives and measurements on mission integration, spirit at work, ethics and other areas of mission integration.
Implements programs and celebrations that focus on mission, Catholic and Mercy traditions, and founding stories.
Incorporates the mission and values in orientation programs; fosters theological reflection at all levels.
Understands, implements and mentors principles of Catholic Social Tradition; leads processes for ethical analysis and decision making and discernment.
Promotes person-centered relationships; understands and applies values and principles to the business of health care in all aspects.
Provides oversight of the ESJH Pastoral Care Program and ESJH Ethics Committee
5 years experience in health care, education, management, governance or sponsorship is required; previous experience in a Mission leadership role preferred. Masters level education in theology, spirituality, or related fields and understanding of Catholic Tradition.
Emory Saint Joseph’s Hospital is Atlanta's longest-serving hospital, founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1880. Four sisters, with just 50 cents between them, opened the Atlanta Hospital — the city’s first after the Civil War. What started in a small house on Baker Street is now a 32-acre campus in north Atlanta. It was renamed Saint Joseph’s Hospital in the 1970s. In 2012 Saint Joseph’s Hospital entered into a Joint Operating Company (JOC) with Emory Healthcare. This JOC is a partnership between Emory Healthcare and Trinity Healthcare. Our mission is the same today as it has been for almost 140 years — to provide compassionate clinically excellent healthcare care, especially to those most in need.
To apply please submit your application using: ESJH VP, Mission Integration