OHSU: Exceptional Employees, Exceptional Organization
OHSU’s commitment to excellence can only be achieved through the people who work here. Our culture – the way we do things – is demonstrated in our core competencies: Accountability, Integrity, Diversity, Respect, Service Orientation, Teamwork and Collaboration, and Communication. Each employee contributes to our culture every day by modeling these competencies with those they serve, including each other.
We welcome employees who demonstrate:
Understanding and accepting the responsibilities that are embedded in our positions ensures that the services we are here to provide will be exceptional.
As a representative of OHSU, each employee is expected to behave in a manner that is above reproach. Each individual is trusted to honor any commitment made and to actively seek help when needed.
OHSU serves a diverse population and is fortunate to have a diverse work force. Employees appreciate and respect our diversity and recognize the creative potential and richness in our differences. Employees ensure each person with whom they interact is welcomed and appreciated.
Each employee demonstrates consideration and appreciation for others. They work through differences in a way that focuses on the issue while honoring the individual.
Serving others is why we exist. OHSU employees keep the customer in the center of actions taken. OHSU employees actively contribute to outcomes that enhance OHSU’s reputation for service. Employees also see coworkers as internal customers and interact with each other in a positive, professional manner.
Teamwork and Collaboration
OHSU employees understand teamwork is essential to our success. Employees work collaboratively to achieve our goals. They support each other when assistance is needed, share information and skills willingly, and take responsibilities for their own actions.
OHSU employees work to convey their thoughts and ideas as well as understand others’ perspectives. They listen to understand and respect the views of others. They actively seek out information related to individual responsibilities and OHSU. Employees remain focused on the issue in conflict situations and work directly with others involved to resolve disagreements constructively. Feedback is given and received in the spirit of continually improving.