Administrative Fellowship | Beacon Health System at Beacon Health Systems in Granger, Indiana

Posted in General Business 30 days ago.

Type: Full-Time

Job Description:

The Administrative Fellowship is part of Beacon Health System's Management Development Program (MDP), a rotational leadership program that builds a foundation for professionals who aspire to be healthcare leaders.

The MDP challenges its associates through multiple 6 month rotations that span up to two years. We work with you in devising these rotations: work experience, career goals, and Beacon's business needs drive rotation selection. MDP associates will have access to, and receive mentorship from, Beacon's Executive Leadership Team, attend leadership meetings, and be involved in system-wide strategic projects. The goal over the course of the program will be for MDP associates to gain the competencies, confidence, and organizational support to fill key leadership positions of the various entities within Beacon Health System.

Beacon Health System, located in North-Central Indiana, is the region's most trusted partner and guide to creating and maintaining health and well-being. Our award-winning partners - Community Hospital of Bremen, Elkhart General Hospital, Memorial Hospital of South Bend, Beacon Children's Hospital and Beacon Medical Group - are powered by our more than 7,000 associates providing the best care possible to people of all ages.

As the regional leader in childbirth, mental health, cancer, pediatrics, trauma, heart and vascular care, stroke, surgery, weight loss services and community health programs, Beacon Health System is helping our region achieve the highest quality of life.

Who we are

We believe in all things that create health. Every minute and hour of the day, we get to impact the life of a person - in small ways like sharing comforting words to an elderly woman, and in large ways like saving the life of an injured child. Each encounter with a patient, family member or visitor is an opportunity to touch the life of another. And that means providing the best care, the best experience to each and every person. That is our calling - that is why we love what we do. We are, Beacon Health System.

    • Reports to a Vice President or Chief Executive and the Chief Human Resources Officer. Beacon's Leadership Development Program will focus on building leadership talent through executive coaching and development to create a pipeline for leadership positions within the health system. Through a series of four rotations each lasting six months that align to Beacon's strategy while refining management and leadership skills through experiences such as mentorship, business acumen, and experiential learning. Responsibilities include completing specific work projects as assigned relative to Hospital-wide operations of specific department/individual needs and providing informational support for evaluation/resolution of regulations, procedures, or practices. Completes a comprehensive orientation to the operations of Beacon Health System in order to provide the participant with an opportunity to develop basic skills in hospital management and gain a better understanding of a healthcare system and its related entities.


    • MISSION: We deliver outstanding care, inspire health, and connect with heart.

    • VALUES: Trust. Respect. Integrity. Compassion.

    • SERVICE GOALS: Personally connect. Keep everyone informed. Be on their team.


    • Education and Experience
      • A Master's Degree in Hospital Administration, Healthcare Administration, Business Administration or a related field is required. Knowledge of hospital operations that was obtained through an internship or previous administrative experience is preferred.

    • Knowledge & Skills

      • Demonstrates the analytical skills necessary to plan and develop activities impacting Hospital-wide or intra/interdepartmental operations, to work with special projects and to develop, prepare and analyze various reports, etc.

      • Demonstrates the interpersonal skills necessary to effectively interact and deal with people in a variety of situations (which could include negotiating, persuading, answering complaints, etc.) related to the scope of the position.

      • Demonstrates the communication skills, both verbal and written, necessary to prepare reports, make effective recommendations and formal presentations.

    • Working Conditions
      • Works in a hospital office environment involving contact with Board members, Hospital department heads and managers, Medical staff, patients, families, consultants, other hospital and healthcare providers and community agencies.

    • Physical Demands
      • Requires the physical ability and stamina to perform the essential functions of the position.