Director of Mission/Director of Spiritual and Cultural Care-Saskatoon

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Employment Opportunity

Employer- SHA (Saskatoon)

Community- Saskatoon

 

Applicants selected for interviews will be contacted

 

DIRECTOR

Posting #: GO-00534478-1

Position #: 171621

Posted Date: April 23, 2018 17:00 CST

Closing Date: May 07, 2018 23:59 CST

Type: Permanent Full Time

City/Town:

Facility: ST PAULS HOSPITAL

Department: MISSION OFFICE

Expected Start Date: May 07, 2018

FTE: 1.0

Shift Information: Days

Hours of Work: In a 1 week rotation: 5 shifts of 7.50 hours

Salary or Pay Band: Salary and benefits as per terms and conditions of employment

Number of Positions: 1

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is the largest employer in Saskatchewan employing over 43,000 staff in a dynamic healthcare environment. The Saskatchewan Health Authority is committed to providing coordinated quality services that are seamless, safe and patient-centred.

 

Job Summary:

The Director of Mission is accountable to the President and CEO of St. Paul’s Hospital, in the CEO’s role of ensuring that SPH lives out its vision, mission, and values in a way that is faithful to its identity within the context of the affiliation with the Saskatchewan Health Authority and the community we serve.

The Director of Spiritual and Cultural Care is accountable to the SKHA (Saskatoon) Vice President for Integrated Health Service’s for the provision of spiritual and cultural care according to the regions vision, mission, and values.

Experience:

A minimum of three years of experience in full-time active ministry

Qualifications:

Required Qualifications

Theological degree, preferably Master of Divinity or equivalent

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Ability to collaborate and build collaborative partnerships within the health system and with the community
  • Ability to generate enthusiasm and inspire confidence and support
  • Ability to identify with the philosophy, mission and values of the organization and to articulate these to diverse audiences
  • Ability to lead change and innovation
  • Ability to manage within an environment of restricted resources
  • Ability to plan, prioritize and oversee numerous concurrent projects effectively
  • Ability to relate to diverse individuals and groups of people and manage issues in a professional, caring manner
  • Ability to work positively with non-Catholic, non-Christian and non-religious people
  • Conflict and mediation skills
  • Demonstrate respect for and appreciation of the collaborative partnership between St. Paul’s Hospital and the Saskatchewan Health Authority
  • Knowledge of and commitment continuous improvement
  • Knowledge of and commitment to advance the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission as pertinent to the role
  • Knowledge of and commitment to building a culture of safety
  • Knowledge of and commitment to patient and client centered care
  • Personal commitment to the charism, vision, mission and values of the Sisters of Charity of Montreal (Grey Nuns) and St. Paul’s Hospital
  • Significant understanding of the basis for the vision, mission and values of St. Paul’s Hospital that is rooted in scripture, in teaching of the
  • Catholic Church and in the history of Catholic health care in Canada
  • Superior written and oral communication skills
  • Understanding of and the skill to apply the philosophies of the SKHA (Saskatoon) and St. Paul’s Hospital inherent in the above environment

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Please apply on line by clicking this link or going to: https://www.healthcareersinsask.ca/work/opportunities/job-posting/?jobid=27b74c92-c947-e811-a822-0003ff9cef30

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