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Process Improvement Coordinator - Full Time - Missoula, MT.

Company Name:
Providence Health & Services
Providence is calling a Full-time Process Improvement Coordinator to St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula, MT.
We are seeking an individual to assist managers and employees in creating and implementing process and systems improvement.
_This is a full-time position (40hours/week) with benefits. Day shift._
In this position you will:
Assist in developing measurement tools to determine efficacy.
Facilitate and advise others regarding process and systems improvement.
Willingly learn to readily assimilate new technologies and ideas, manage learning and change, and create a vision for a high performance, team-based organization.
Required qualifications for this position include:
Bachelor's degree in relevant field
One (1) year in a healthcare based position where Lean and Six Sigma are being used
Experience or training in Lean or Six Sigma
Candidate should have created results from real projects in the past
Strong computer skills, including Word, Excel, Visio and PowerPoint
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
Master's degree
Understanding of both clinical and non-clinical activities and processes within a healthcare setting
About the hospital you will serve. St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula, Montana has more than 250 licensed beds and serves patients from 17 counties. We have been recognized as a Thomson Reuters Top 100 Hospital and among many other awards, have earned the Premier Award for Quality award repeatedly. Missoula is halfway between Yellowstone and Glacier National Park. It is a university city of 65,000, surrounded by big sky, scenic mountains, forests and renowned rivers.
Schedule: Full-time
Shift: Day
Job Category: Operational Excellence/Black Belt
Location: Montana-Missoula
Req ID: 53503

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