The Executive Director (ED) is the chief administrator for the services, programs, fundraising and business operations of Pemi-Baker Community Health and is the public face of the organization. The ED is appointed by and reports to the governing body. The ED leads in accordance (or compliance) with the organization’s mission and culture. The ED is responsible for providing information and reports to the Board of Trustees on a regular basis.
This position supervises the Director of Out Patient Therapy and Memberships; Director of Home Health, Palliative Care & Hospice; HR Director; Operations Director; Finance Director, Quality Director, and Marketing.
Essential Functions/ competencies:
Responsible for day-to-day operations of the agency.
Ensures that the agency employs qualified personnel, including assuring the development of personnel qualifications and policies.
Plans, organizes, directs and controls programs and services; evaluates results and recommends policies, procedures, and action to achieve program goals.
Provides a vision for the organization; executes its mission and delegates responsibilities to the management and supervisory staff as appropriate.
Provides information to the Board of Trustees on PBCH program needs which includes the personnel, financial and professional practices, as well as opportunities for new programs or offerings.
Oversees long range operational strategic planning and program development leadership and direction. Actively engages managers and Board of Trustees in the processes.
Sets expectations and maintains awareness of budgetary limitations and takes action to ensure that operational costs remain within budget limits.
Sustains and models the organizational culture based on Ubuntu.
Supports and listens to team member concerns, consciously promoting a positive work/life balance in order to reduce turn-over in a highly competitive environment.
Actively seeks opportunities to represent the Agency and its interests locally, regionally, and at the state level.
Ensures organizational compliance with licensing, certifying, legal and governmental regulations necessary to ensure continued status in good standing with local, state and federal regulatory bodies and third party payers.
Acts as the spokesperson and advocate for the organization with individuals, businesses, the medical community, local and state community and political leaders.
Positively engages donors at all levels, enhancing their connection to PBCH.
Strong verbal and written communication, with or without the use of interpretative devices
Ability to swiftly assimilate and interpret new knowledge and/or regulations
Proficient with computer applications including Word, Excel, Email, MS Team and Zoom
Resumes will be accepted until February 10, 2021.