Location is Flexible.

Sustained and inspired by their relationship with God and one another, the mission of the Sisters of Mercy is to respond with vision and compassion to the needs of people who are poor, sick, and uneducated. This mission serves as a motivational force in the day-to-day activities of the employees of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas as they extend compassion and mercy to others, practice and encourage social justice, and strive to live mercifully.

The Institute Health & Wellness Director is a newly created role designed to plan, develop, and implement a common vision and strategy of wellness and health necessary to assist and support all Community members within the United States. Reporting to the Regional Chief Operating Officer and under the guidance of the Sisters of Mercy Leadership Team, the new Director will provide oversight, management, guidance, collaboration, and facilitation for all areas of health and wellness assigned. This role will provide direct supervision to Regional Health & Wellness Directors, creating and maintaining a health and wellness culture and developing policies and procedures that ensure quality and fairness across the Institute. The Director will develop, implement, evaluate, and update the strategic plan for the overall health and wellness for the Sisters of Mercy in the US while managing all aspects of the Institute Health & Wellness care centers and budgeted resources.

Qualified candidates will have a minimum of 10 years of progressive management experience within complex organizations in nursing, social work, gerontology, healthcare administration, or related field. The successful candidate must have the ability to identify and succinctly define problems, collect pertinent data, determine relevant analyses, and draw valid conclusions. Candidates will share a commitment to the mission and values of the Sisters of Mercy and an appreciation of the traditions and culture associated with the Mercy charism. Must have strong management skills, marked by a collaborative leadership style, a desire to innovate, and the ability to develop and mentor a staff. Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree in nursing, social work, or healthcare administration preferred. Solid computer skills are necessary including proficiency of Microsoft Office. Must be willing and able to travel throughout the United States.

For inquiries, nominations, and applications, please contact:
Cathy McGeever
Lambert & Associates
222 S Manoa Road, Suite 201
Havertown, PA 19083