The CommonSpirit Health® Administrative Fellowship is a national 18 month system-wide fellowship offered in our various operational divisions across the organization. Fellows complete four rotations over the course of a year and a half to gain exposure and develop valuable skillsets in the hospital, ambulatory, and leadership functions within their divisions.
- Complete three rotations through hospital, ambulatory, and leadership/ elective functions.
- Fellows will provide meaningful contribution to the organization by leading projects that support organizational initiatives while also actively participating in leadership talent development.
- Observe, learn, and participate in a wide range of administrative and planning activities. These activities include, but are not limited to: attending Board and Management meetings/ experiences; working on project(s) in conjunction with service lines, acute-care hospitals, physician enterprises and critical access hospitals.
- Complete all elements of the development plan, including first time manager training, Emerging Leaders, and mission leadership curriculum.
- Develop and demonstrate professional competencies, management skills, and decision-making abilities which will enable the Fellow to succeed in organizational change management. Acquire technical knowledge of CommonSpirit Health and the healthcare delivery to build a foundation for future career development.
- Actively build mentorship relationships and seek feedback to develop skills and build a foundation for a future leadership position.
- Advance the mission of the organization by centering work on CommonSpirit Health values.
- Participate, as directed, at a line level and effectively perform assigned tasks within operations, consistent with Fellowship focus areas. Gain in-depth appreciation for, and hands-on experience with, the work that must be handled in those departments/functional areas.
- Seek leadership roles in substantive projects that foster development of organizational knowledge, interpersonal and analytical skills, and the opportunity to translate academic theory into practice.
- Demonstrate work practices consistent with CommonSpirit Health and department-specific safety, security and infection control policies.
- Must have ability to work effectively and collaboratively in a diverse work environment.
For more information on the program and application process, please visit our website.
We invite all interested candidates to join us at one of our upcoming virtual information sessions