Mercy Jobs in Saint Louis, MO

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3 days ago

Contract Analyst I – new

Mercy Saint Louis, MO

in a manner consistent with the ROi mission, values, and Mercy Service Standards. Minimum Qualifications Education: Bachelors Degree in Business… Mercy


3 days ago

Nurse Practitioner

Mercy Saint Louis, MO

· Epic Software System, which is an innovative tool that helps us fulfill our commitment to serving patients with the highest levels of safety… Mercy


3 days ago

Clinical Nurse

Mercy Saint Louis, MO

Other: Skills and knowledge in conjunction with ASPAN practice and protocols. Other certification required according to… Mercy


3 days ago

Account Coordinator III

Mercy Saint Louis, MO

with consistent accuracy. Ability to use logic, good judgment and be able to rapidly identify and initiate corrective actions when problems arise… Mercy


5 days ago

Occupational Therapist

Mercy Saint Louis, MO

Certifications: Registration or pending registration by National Occupational Therapy Certification Borad required. Or, Certification pending by the… Mercy


5 days ago

Phys Therapist-Home Care Svc

Mercy Saint Louis, MO

Other: Employee possesses good assessment and treatment planning skills. Employee is energetic, gets along well with others, has good time management… Mercy


6 days ago

EKG Technician I

Mercy Saint Louis, MO

Certifications: CPR certification required… Mercy


6 days ago

Clinical Nurse - Burn ICU

Mercy Saint Louis, MO

Other: Other certification required according to department policy. The physical demands described here are the representative of the minimums that… Mercy


8 days ago

Senior Financial Analyst

Mercy Saint Louis, MO

The position reports to the Manager of Mercy Revenue Management Managed Care. Ability to work independently with minimum supervision developing… Mercy


16 days ago

Support Associate

Mercy Saint Louis, MO

in a manner consistent with our mission, values, and Mercy Service Standards. Minimum Qualifications Education: High school diploma or equivalent… Mercy


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    Great People but Poor Leadership

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    Former Employee - Director in Saint Louis, MO
    Former Employee - Director in Saint Louis, MO

    I worked at Mercy full-time (More than 5 years)

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    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    The co-workers are the best part of Mercy. They believe in the mission and strive to uphold the values that were established by the Sisters. If you are a nurse, you have good continuing eduction and development opportunities. However these are virtually non-existent for non-nurse positions. The size of the organization allows for transfer opportunity.

    Cons

    Executive leadership is the single biggest con to this organization. They lack the experience to guide this organization through a post Affordable Health Care Act world. The result has been four RIFs in as many years. You have to hold your breath when Mercy freezes jobs in February because that means a RIF in June which is the end of the fiscal year. Many people (but not all) are selected for the RIF not because of their lack of productivity or quality of work, but because they have voiced an opinion that is contrary to senior leadership.

    They utilize a talent assessment system to profile their employees and potential hires. While there is nothing wrong with the assessment itself, their use of it borders on illegal and can create a disparate impact on protected classes. Many qualified and experienced people were not hired or passed by for a promotion because they "did not pass" the assessment. Of course they do not tell you this citing your results are confidential. Therefore transparency is lacking.

    Now if you work in a hospital or clinic, you will be ignorant of most of these issues. Most people on that side are unaware of the corporate corruption.

    To anyone wondering, I was not part of a RIF. I voluntarily left on my own accord. Also I was never passed by for a promotion. In fact I was promoted several times. I do have a moral compass and think it is important for people to know what they are getting into if they join this organization.

    Advice to Management

    My advice is not to management but to the board of directors. If you want to turn this organization around, you need executive leadership who have the experience and ability to guide the organization through the rough waters that is now health care.


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