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Executive Resident Mission Integration

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Location: Kenmore, NY, United States

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Job Description

Facility: Kenmore Mercy Hospital

Status: Executive

Work Schedule: Days

Bargaining Unit: ACE Associates

Exempt from Overtime: Exempt: Yes

Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Shift: Shift 1:

FTE: 1.000000:


The Mission Integration Resident demonstrates executive leadership by promoting and integrating the mission, vision and values of CH in all aspects of the local ministry. The Resident shapes and supports the strategic goals of the ministry and integrates elements of Catholic identity into organizational operations. These elements include respect for human dignity, holistic care, and care of the poor and vulnerable. The Resident integrates the heritage of the Religious Sponsors, including concern for the common good and promotion of justice, and provides oversight and direction for caring for those who are poor. Community benefit, advocacy, community outreach, pastoral/spiritual care, ministry formation, spirit at work, and ethics are areas of supervision. The Resident collaborates, communicates and coordinates mission initiatives between CH and the local ministry site, including stewardship of resources and the achievement of outcomes and goals. The Executive Resident is a member of the site administrative team. The Executive Resident will be a talented, faithful, competent leader and productive contributor who embodies holistic and healthy qualities that enable him/ her to make a positive and lasting impact on the organization he/ she serves. The Mission Integration Executive Resident reports directly to, and works closely with the Senior Vice President and Chief Mission Officer and participates in an on-boarding plan with the mentors from whom they will learn. The Executive Resident will also have active participation on the local executive management team and in interaction with staff at all levels.


  • Master's Degree in Theology, Divinity or an equivalent degree is required; OR
  • If applicant does not possess a Master's Degree in Theology, selection of Master of Art in Health Care Mission (preferably from Aquinas Institute of Theology) must be completed within four (4) years of assuming the Residency position. If candidate is already participating in a Master of Theology Program, completion of the degree is acceptable.

  • Five (5) years of experience in one or more of the following are recommended: health care, education, management, Mission or Spiritual Care
  • Prior leadership experience

  • An active Catholic with leadership experience that demonstrates a grasp of complexities of health care as a business and the unique moral, ethical and social expectations of a health care provider that claims Catholic identity
  • Well formed in the Catholic tradition, knowledge of Catholic theology, and Catholic social teaching
  • Ability to develop and implement Mission Integration strategies
  • Ability to comprehend and translate theological, ecclesial, ethical and social justice positions consistent with the Catholic Church
  • Acquainted with the plurality of religions encountered within the ministry
  • Able to articulate the lived faith experience and meaning spirituality brings to the person's life as well as encouraging and empowering individuals and organizations to do the same
  • Knowledge of the Ethical and Religious Directives for Catholic Health Care Services ethical decision-making models, and clinical and corporate ethical principles and practices
  • Ability to establish a credible leadership role alongside other colleagues on a senior leadership team with the ability to identify theological, ethical and moral issues embedded in the day-to-day operations; ability to translate these issues in a way that engages the energy, talent and imagination of their team to identify directions and solutions
  • Ability to make a positive and lasting impact on the ministry
  • Collaborate and partner with other executives, management, physicians, staff and members from the local community
  • Has the management competencies needed to be recognized as productive contributors to the organization
  • Person of faith who models a collaborative style of servant leadership
  • Committed to the mission and values of Catholic Health
  • Capable of establishing mutually beneficial relationships with diverse groups of people. Skilled in facilitation, mediation, conflict resolution or other similar processes
  • Living a practical integrated spirituality
  • Communication skills which illustrate self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and empathy
  • Capacity to oversee specific areas of responsibility in support of the organization's stated strategy

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