A director functions at a high organizational level, providing leadership and direction in the development and implementation of strategic and innovative initiatives to further the mission of The Queen’s Health Systems (QHS). Anticipates problems and other needs and seeks solutions to assure the on-going operations of QHS. Is highly skilled in facilitating interactions among organizational departments and functions. Promotes teamwork and collaboration; is results-oriented. A director reports to an executive; is accountable for functions and/or activities at the organization but may also have responsibilities, supporting operations at other The Queen’s Health Systems (QHS) entities or other affiliated organizations. He/she is accountable for outcomes and results to achieve the annual goals and objectives approved by the Board of Trustees. Makes a significant contribution to patient care quality and service. Functions as an organizational leader and is accountable to the System Leadership Council. Recognizes and supports the unique heritage and mission established by the founders, Queen Emma and King Kamehameha IV.
VI. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
A. Education/Certification and Licensure:
Bachelor’s degree in business, health care administration or related field.
Master’s degree in business, healthcare administration or related health care and/or professional field highly desirable.
Five (5) years management/leadership experience in corporate governance or legal, preferably in a comparable organization.
Prior experience directing large programs.
Prior experience working with trustees, community organizations, or with individuals at a high organizational level.
Strong project management skills with the ability to effectively drive and lead projects and programs across the organization.
Demonstrated ability to collaborate, influence, project confidence, and anticipate and identify organizational needs.
Strong professional ethics, including the ability to deal with confidential information and/or issues using discretion and judgement.
Solid understanding of business principles, i.e., strategic and financial planning, budgeting, business planning, organization theory.
Proven leadership skills, i.e., planning, communications, motivation, mentoring, interpersonal and relationship building skills.
Track record of managing multiple departments/functions, preferably in a comparable health care setting.