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Open Position(s):Job Title: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
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BE SENT VIA OUR WEBSITE).
Job Title: Internal Medicine PhysicianStatus: Full-time
Detailed Job Descriptions below
Job Title: Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Status: Full-time, Exempt
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO), working under
the direction of the Board of Directors, is charged with and accountable for
the overall operation of the Norwalk Community Health Center (NCHC). The CEO
provides vision, leadership, direction, and administration, directly and by
delegation to a management team, with the purpose of developing, maintaining,
and improving quality programs and services that meet the needs of NCHC’s
patients according to its mission and in accordance with Board-approved
strategic, health care, and business plans. The CEO incorporates the core
values of quality, respect, integrity, partnership, and compassion in all
activities and decisions.
the development and implementation of organizational and business strategies, new business initiatives and related objectives. Collaborate with the Board on
the development and reassessment of the organization\'s overall strategic plan and
the ongoing development of operational plans, budgets, and goals. Implement tactics and lead the organization to achieve its stated operational
and financial goals.
that the delivery of all services meet or exceed:
- the needs and satisfaction of all
patients & communities served
- all organizational and professional
standards for best practices
- all operational goals and outcomes
- all financial goals and metrics
associated with the efficient, cost effective delivery of health care services.
the organization in both the local and regional community as a role model for
quality care and services, professional operations, business integrity and
all services rendered, as well as ongoing business processes and operations are
managed and conducted legally, ethically, in accordance with the highest
professional standards and best practices.
and uphold all policies of the organization, and ensure that all operations are
consistent with the stated mission and direction set forth by the Board of
and maintain positive, effective working relationships with and among all departments and associates within the organization, including the
organization's Board of Directors.
and maintain positive, effective working relationships with key funding resources, regulators, accreditation resources,
managed care providers, vendors, contractors, providers, and related key partners essential to the success of
the organization is favorably positioned within the communities served. Develop and
maintain positive, effective relationships with those served, as well as community leaders,
city, state and local government resources, the media, regulatory
agencies, business partners, and other contacts and partners of strategic
significance to the organization.
Leadership and Stewardship
- Act as the
principal steward of the organization's resources. Ensure that all assets
of the organization, including facilities, equipment, funds, people,
systems, are maintained in good order, and utilized in a proper, legal & ethical manner.
- Foster a
workplace that results in the development of a high performing team of
professionals and staff. Recruit, develop and inspire a highly effective
team. Ensure that all staff are properly coached and directed, and that
clearly defined measurements of performance and rewards are utilized to
enhance individual and organizational
and at all times, inspire a culture where all staff and associates conduct
themselves in a manner consistent with the organization\'s values, mission,
policies, and expectations.
- Ability to
provide leadership in the establishment and implementation of strategies,
tactics, budgets and goals.
- Demonstrate a
high level of skill at building business relationships and strategic
- Demonstrate a
strong financial acumen. Analyze, synthesize
and communicate complex data, financial data, and related issues in an
accurate, objective and straightforward manner.
- Demonstrate a
high level of problem solving skill. Demonstrate the ability to make critical financial
decisions supported by substantial financial analysis and critical data
based decision making.
personal direction, leadership and coaching to the staff. Effectively manage conflict, promote
change and growth, and inspire the development of a highly effective team
interpersonal savvy and influence skills in all dealings with the media,
entities and related concerns.
- Ability to build consensus and focus within the
overall organization as well as within and among various resources,
political entities, vendors, and strategic partners.
- Ability to
recruit, develop and direct a high
- Ability to travel throughout the region
and the country to monitor operational performance and
activity, and to establish relationships with key resources and
- Minimum Baccalaureate,
higher degree preferred (e.g. MS, MPH, PhD, JD, MD), and/or advanced training
and experience in a health profession, health care management, public
administration, public health, law, social sciences or related field
years of executive-level experience in a major health care facility, five years
of experience in the administration of a non-profit out-patient or ambulatory
health center is preferred.
- Demonstrated significant knowledge of trends and issues, laws and
regulations related to the delivery of ambulatory and behavioral health care
- Demonstrated success in
establishing relationships with individuals
and organizations of influence, including civic leaders, charitable agencies, fund raising sources, etc.
- Demonstrated success with
planning, analysis and implementation of
decisions affecting new
business growth and development.
- Demonstrated success in the
selecting and developing, in motivating and directing, high performing teams.
Job Title: Internal Medicine Physician
A board-certified/board-eligible internal medicine physician
is sought to work as part of an integrated medical team to provide care to
patients at the Norwalk Community Health Center (NCHC), Norwalk’s largest
Federally-Qualified Health Center. This is a full time (32-40 hour/week)
With an active patient population of over 16,000
individuals, the health center provides integrated, coordinated care to
patients of all ages, from acute visit care to the long-term management of
complex chronic diseases.
The physician will work with all members of the care team,
supervise mid-level providers as appropriate, and coordinate care for his/her
patient panel. NCHC provides care in pediatrics, internal medicine,
subspecialty care, obstetrics/gynecology, mental health
and, as part of our mobile Health on
Wheels, outreach to Norwalk’s public housing
units and homeless shelters. Opportunities for professional development,
collaboration and teaching are abundant, if so desired.
NCHC has had a fully
functional EMR for over 4 years and collaborates
with Norwalk Hospital for labs, tests, procedures and specialty care and
inpatient care. The position has call
averaging one week every 2-3 months with back-up and does not involve inpatient
care. Fluency in Spanish is preferred but not required.
This position is eligible for loan repayment via the
National Health Service Corps( www.nhscjobs.hrsa.gov/ )
Interested candidates should visit the
website, www.norwalkchc.org ,
and contact Ms. Jane Graham at 203-899-1770 x 8000 or via email at email@example.com