Available Healthcare Positions

Open middle management, director, vice president, and senior vice president positions in the healthcare field.

You are welcome to submit an application for us to review to keep on hand for future job openings, as well.

Lee Health

In direct support of the Vice President of Operations – Musculoskeletal and working closely with
the VP & CPE of Musculoskeletal, the Program Director provides leadership, guidance, and
support to all stakeholders across Lee Health in the ongoing management, administration, and
development of the Orthopedic Co-management and Musculoskeletal Institute program, to
support an evolving, comprehensive, and aligned musculoskeletal (MSK) institute. The goal of
this role is to provide overall administration and management of the Orthopedic co-management
agreement and to support MSK initiatives. In collaboration with Lee Health planning resources,
orthopedic centers of care, and leadership teams across the MSK service line disciplines,
facilitates the development and execution of the MSK Service Line objectives. This leader will
represent Lee Health to ensure continuous engagement of co-management members and

keeping detailed and accurate records, monitoring and feedback to Lee Health and the Co-
management group related to the management services and the performance metrics in the Co-
management agreement. The aim of the Orthopedic Co-management is to improve the quality

of care and provide specified management services to Lee Health. This leader will support the
Musculoskeletal Institute to develop a seamless, safe, and high-quality care continuum as the

organization transitions from an independent network of services to a collaborative multi-
disciplinary service line that enhances services through enhanced quality, service, and an

interdisciplinary cultural transformation. The Program Director is focused on all activities
associated with Musculoskeletal Institute to include data analytics to drive performance,
PowerPoint presentations, financial accountability, leading meetings with key stakeholders,
clinical activities of the MSK service line, and other duties as assigned. Provides support to
service line management through data and analysis. Data includes but is not limited to: market
trends, service utilization, market share, profitability and patient satisfaction. Data is utilized by
department leaders and the physician relations team to understand referral patterns and most
importantly to develop strategies to optimize patient care. Assists service line management,
physician relations, and finance in the determination of budgets including volume projections,
revenue projections, and reimbursement expectations.

Phoenix Children's Hospital

The VP, Total Rewards leads all the employee compensation and benefits functions for PCH including physician and executive
compensation. The Vice President will be well-versed in the contemporary practices, as they develop and promote compensation
and benefits philosophies, strategies, and policies while aligning all total reward systems and programs in support of the corporate mission, goals, and strategic objectives.

Keeping abreast of market trends, this executive will proactively ensure PCH offers competitive and effective compensation and benefit plans that meet strategic organizational objectives. This executive
will serve as subject matter expert to ensure fair and equitable pay and create sustainable and competitive total rewards strategies.

The Vice President, Total Rewards reports to the Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer and will work closely with members of the senior leadership team, board of directors, and
compensation committee. This leader is a trusted partner and advisor within the HR function and to the business.

University of Iowa Healthcare

The Director of Nursing Quality and Informatics is responsible for leadership and administrative
oversight of Nursing Quality in the adult areas of the UI Health Care Medical Center system (including
falls, hospital acquired pressure injuries [HAPI], central line associated bloodstream infections [CLABSI],
catheter associated urinary tract infections, [CAUTI], wound/ ostomy nurses (WOCN), diabetes
education), and Nursing Informatics. The director will partner with the Associate Director accountable
for quality within UI Stead Family Children’s Hospital (SFCH) for alignment of practices. The director will
be accountable for incorporating area-specific principles, statistical analysis, and methodologies,
monitoring internal and external metrics to improve performance. The director will champion and
provide leadership for the ongoing development, advancement and optimization of clinical systems and
technology that impact patient safety and quality of care. This position will lead and manage the
development of structures and processes to evaluate, prioritize, and monitor proposed projects. The
director will be accountable for advancing the use of electronic health records to promote high quality,
cost-effective health care, patient satisfaction, and staff satisfaction throughout the organization. This
position will develop understanding of clinical staff needs and build relationships with staff to assure
widespread acceptance, adoption, and meaningful use of clinical information systems.

Phoenix Children's

The VP, Talent Acquisition & Mobility partners closely with the Senior Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer to set the strategy for sourcing, attracting, and selecting the talent to support the mission, vision and growth strategy of Phoenix Children’s. The VP of TA and Mobility provides the overall leadership, strategic direction and implementation of talent acquisition tactics. The leader develops long and short-term plans for talent acquisition linked to the Phoenix Children’s strategic plan. Responsible for physician, provider, clinical, professional, ancillary and administrative as well as executive recruitment, the VP of TA and Mobility leads the development of the Employee Value Proposition for Phoenix Children’s.

Children's Hospital and Medical Center

The Manager, Transplant Program will oversee transplant, heart failure, and ventricular assist device (VAD) systems and processes. Responsibilities include oversight of regulatory and accreditation compliance, quality, and patient safety. Serves as the leader, advisor and subject matter expert with the Joint Commission, CMS, UNOS, and other regulatory agency standards. Plans, administers, and implements processes to support ongoing compliance and survey readiness. Works collaboratively with the Medical Directors, Nursing Managers, and Educators of areas to ensure program synchrony. Oversees contracts, budgets, equipment, and staff associated with the Transplant and Heart Failure Programs. Works collaboratively with Heart Center Leaders to meet regulatory and quality outcomes.

The University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital

In partnership with the CNE, administrative leaders, and physicians, this position provides strategic leadership and oversight in integrating comprehensive clinical operational plans for Children’s and Women’s Services. This position reports to the Chief Nurse Executive and to the UI Stead Family Children’s Hospital and Women’s Services Chief Administrative Officer through a matrix reporting structure. Direct reports to the ACNO include: Associate Director of Neonatal Services, Transport Services, Staffing Office, Simulation; Associate Director of Pediatric Acute Critical Care Services & Financial Services; Associate Director of Women’s Services; Associate Director Perioperative & Procedural Services; Associate Director, Patient Family-Centered Services; Nursing Practice Leaders and House Operations Managers.

The ACNO is responsible for assessing the environment, forecasting trends, transmitting values, communicating ideas, developing and implementing policies, managing and initiating innovative systems and programs that promote excellence in service, quality and safety for patient care delivery and that create an excellent place to work. This position provides nursing personnel with leadership, decision-making, and direction in patient care services and defined areas, ensuring nurses and other members of the patient care team feel empowered to serve as patient representatives/advocates.

The ACNO will work in close partnership with executives from the health system, hospital campuses, physician leaders and groups, and staff within Children’s and Women’s to develop comprehensive access to care including evaluation, planning and implementation of both inpatient and outpatient innovative care models which enhance the delivery of patient care quality and efficiency.

Along with the health system and hospital executive committees will establish key collaboration partnerships with physicians and administrative colleagues, community providers, and interest groups influencing and developing both internal and external constituencies to promote and coordinate the Children’s service line throughout the community and neighboring market areas.

Aligns the priorities of the patient care unit leadership dyads in collaboration with the medical or clinical directors of the Children’s and Women’s service line to assure the operational and clinical standards promote a center of quality care and work environment excellence.

Phoenix Children's

The Foundation is seeking a driven individual for this newly established role to support the Translational Research Institute at Phoenix Children’s. This individual will partner closely with the Director, Phoenix Children’s Research Institute, and the Senior Vice President, Research, Department Chair, Child Health to work together to educate physicians, donors and community partners on the importance of building a world class pediatric translational research Institute. The Research Institute is top fundraising priority for Phoenix Children’s and the Foundation. This newly created position is testament to the tremendous growth of Phoenix Children’s.

Reporting to the VP of Individual Giving, The Senior Philanthropy Officer is a seasoned major gift officer responsible for managing a portfolio, and securing gifts of $100,000 and above. The SPO must be comfortable working a portfolio that is in heavy discovery. Success will be achieved by building long term donor partnerships and demonstrating that all levels of philanthropic support are leveraged to realize maximum impact for Phoenix Children’s mission.