Job: Director- Cardiovascular Services

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Posted: 01/12/2018

Job Status: Full Time

Job Reference #: 2018-R0146236

Job Description

Director- Cardiovascular Services


Daily Schedule-8am to 5pm
Scheduled Hours per 2-week Pay Period-80
Weekends Required -None

CHI Franciscan Health, based in Tacoma, Washington, includes eight full-service hospitals and the Franciscan Medical Group - a large, successful and growing medical group with 620 employed providers serving in over 170 clinics.  We deliver both primary care and specialty care, serving communities throughout the Puget Sound region with more than 2,300 medical staff members and approximately 12,500 employees.  CHI Franciscan Health is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization and is affiliated with Catholic Health Initiatives.


CHI Franciscan Health, has an opportunity for a Director of Cardiovascular Services  for our Franciscan Heart and Vascular ambulatory clinics in the Pierce and South King County area.  The Director of Cardiovascular will report to the region’s Vice President for Ambulatory Care Operations and serve as a key member of the Franciscan Medical Group’s operations management team.  He or she will directly supervise Clinic Managers and indirectly supervise clinic employees under each Clinic Manager.  He or she will work in close partnership with the specialties’ Division Chiefs.


Job Summary:

The Director of Cardiovascular Services is responsible for planning, directing and evaluating a broad range of systems, programs and procedures to ensure the timely, safe, and appropriate delivery of diagnostic and therapeutic patient care for the regional cardiovascular/thoracic service line in accordance with the professional standards of the clinical disciplines, applicable regulatory requirements and business/patient care objectives of the organization.  An incumbent provides leadership and expertise in assessing, developing and implementing initiatives/activities which improve financial performance/productivity, maximize effective utilization of resources, enhance the service satisfaction of all identified customer groups and generate a competitive advantage for CHI-FH.


Work includes:

  • Develop and execute effective service line marketing strategies and plans;
  • Develop/manage/evaluate the operations/capital budget for the service line;
  • Analyze current/new service delivery models and appropriate technologies to develop change recommendations;
  • Direct the development/implementation of quality improvement initiatives to enhance/streamline current procedures/processes and take advantage of regional synergies;
  • Ensure that overall objectives relating to consistency of standards and customer service are achieved; and
  • Directly managing subordinate site-based management staff. 

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Adheres to and exhibits our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.

Education/Work Experience Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in nursing, business/healthcare administration, or a related discipline, and seven (7) years of progressively responsible of operational experience in cardiovascular services or mid- or senior-level management work experience that would demonstrate attainment of the requisite job knowledge/abilities, including four years experience in healthcare management required.  Direct work experience in the cardiovascular field and clinical service line development is required. 
  • An equivalent amount of additional qualifying work experience may be substituted for up to two years of the education requirement.
  • Master’s degree in a discipline related to the duties of the position is preferred



  • None
We’re an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.  

Requisition Title

CHI-Franciscan System Services

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