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Job: Pres/CEO Rochelle (IL) Community Hospital

"The ideal candidate will be a dynamic and exceptional leader with documented success in leadership, management, strategic planning, and execution of the strategic plan and vision. This candidate will have the ability to analyze problems and develop systems to accurately control the human, physical, financial, and informational resources of the organization. The CEO will have excellent communication and presentation skills at a professional level. Not only will the successful candidate serve as a highly visible role model to all, he or she must also develop positive working relationship with the RCHA board of directors, medical staff, community leaders and employees." (12/21/2011)

Contact: Stacey Sibley Human Resources Manager
Rochelle Community Hospital
900 N 2nd Street
Rochelle, IL 61068
Fax 815-561-3125
No phone calls or recruiters please

(Disclaimer: I'm beginning to post interesting healthcare-related job opportunities as they come to my attention.  These are not my searches.  I am not a recruiter and have no stake, financial or otherwise, in filling the position, just a hope that, in some small way, I can assist you, dear reader, in finding your dream opportunity.

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