Executive Director - Pace
- Expired: June 17, 2021. Applications are no longer accepted.
Executive Director. Responsible for the overall direction, performance and growth of the PACE GNO and the management of all program operations, including: clinical, financial and supportive. Empowered by the Board of Director with the responsibility of creating an environment and culture that enables the organization to fulfill its mission by meeting and exceeding its goals, conveying the organizations mission to all staff, and motivating staff to improve performance of the organization. Promotes and provides leadership to promote positive employee relations, PACE values, customer service, participant safety, and other company initiatives. This position reports to the President/CEO of Catholic Charities and the PACE GNO Board of Directors.
- Directs and supervises the PACE GNO management team, including: the Medical Director, Director of Finance, Director of Quality Compliance and Operations, Director of Transportation, Clinic Manager, Center Manager, Lead Social Worker, and Dietician.
- Development and management of all external program relations. Represents the Program in the community, state and nationally and is responsible for assuring positive public relations.
- Responsible for the fiscal solvency of the program and ensuring maximum fiscal viability through efficient and effective operations and budget management. Works with the PACE Finance Officer, Finance Committee, and the Catholic Charities CFO and the PACE Director of Clinic & Day Center Services in the development and adherence to the overall PACE GNO budget.
- Responsible for securing all necessary program funding including Medicare and Medicaid capitated reimbursement and overall program fundraising.
- Responsible for building positive relationships with PACE GNO participants, care givers, physicians, and staff.
- Responsible for building positive relationships with community partners and providers within an integrated health care delivery system model, identifying new industry care continuum trends and business opportunities in addition on to growing existing core business/service care segments.
- Responsible for motivating staff to improve performance with on-going assessments and ensure continuous improvement of all key performance areas.
- Assures compliance with all state and federal regulations and works with appropriate governmental agencies regarding any new regulatory requirements or changes.
- Responsible for initiating and implementing strategic planning processes both internally and within the local community. Including planning for program expansion and creation of additional programs or services.
- Responsible for overall program quality and effectiveness including identifying the need for new services and innovative ways to provide care, improving efficiency and effectiveness and responding to participant and community needs.
- Serve as the PACE GNO HIPAA Privacy Officer.
Required Knowledge & Abilities: Excellent communication skills, ability to effectively work with a wide variety of people; established skill in strategic and critical thinking, negotiation, presentations, salesmanship, and relationship-building; provides leadership as indicated by the ability to get individuals or groups to accomplish a task or accept an idea; demonstrated problem solving and inductive reasoning skills which manifest themselves in creative solutions to operational issues. Demonstrate computer skills using Microsoft Word, Excel, and other business software programs. Possess a strong knowledge of business and healthcare. Administration; public speaking: relating with all types of people, networking, communicating effectively; staff recruitment, teaching/training and supervision; program initiation, development, implementation and maintenance; volunteer experience and computer usage.
Minimum Qualifications: Master's degree in Health Administration or Business Administration, NFA, RN, or related field. 10 direct years' experience in management and business planning in a healthcare care setting. Experience in negotiating contracts with provider organizations that include hospitals, physician groups, pharmaceutical suppliers and nursing homes. Excellent interpersonal skills and exceptional organization abilities. Must be able to communicate effectively through public speaking and strong computer skills required. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office and other business applications that may be appropriate. Licensure: None required
Working Conditions: Office Clinic Settings;
Reports to: Executive Director
Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans
AddressNew Orleans, LA
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