Legacy Health

Director Cardiovascular Service Line

Job Location System Office 1120 Building
Position Status Regular Full-Time
Requisition ID
Avg Hours Per Week
Pay Range
Commensurate with Experience
FLSA Status
Work Days
Mon-Fri, no weekends
Shift Length


Making life better – for your team, your patients, your community. If that defines everything you do, and if you want to empower others to do the same, you may belong at Legacy optimizing our cardiovascular service lines in collaboration with physicians and physician leaders.


Legacy Health, the largest nonprofit, community-owned health system serving the Portland-Vancouver area and the mid-Willamette Valley, seeks to improve our community by helping people live healthier and better lives. To support good health, Legacy provides a range of services not found in any other single system: multiple hospitals, a children’s hospital, primary and urgent care, and complete medical specialties. We partner with many groups to build a healthier community for all. Plus, we value diversity and innovation as we look for ways to improve health care and create a legacy of health for all.


The Director of the Legacy Health Cardiovascular (CV) Service Line, in partnership with the CV service line physician director, will be charged with providing overall direction; goal setting; and input to key strategic, clinical, and operational issues facing the CV service line. Scope of responsibility includes oversight of LMG CV clinics to ensure alignment with the strategic and operational direction of the CV service line. Additional responsibilities and qualifications of the CV service line administrator are described in the sections below.


Education: A master’s degree in business administration, healthcare administration, or related field of study is required.



Five to seven years of progressive management/leadership experience in a similar-sized institution. Prior physician office/clinic experience and experience in the CV services is highly preferred.



The Director will need to possess the following professional and personal attributes to successfully execute the roles and responsibilities of this position:

  • Knowledge of planning, marketing, financial management, hospital and clinic operations, institutional budgeting, and personnel and facilities management
  • Evidence of the leadership, business acumen, management, and financial skills necessary to manage the service line
  • Ability to plan and delegate assignments, review work, and supervise
  • Management style that emphasizes communication, collegiality, flexibility, and the ability to work with diverse, highly qualified medical staff
  • Highly accomplished in interpersonal diplomacy and able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with physicians, other providers, and hospital administration



Demonstrates the ability to act consistently with Legacy’s Values in Action, exemplifies our core organizational values, and exhibits the leadership competencies outlined in Leading at Legacy.


Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled


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