President and CEO

Job Type

Full Time

Published

08/23/2018

Address

8531 Veterans Hwy
3rd Floor
Millersville
Maryland
21108
United States

Description

The Coordinating Center, Maryland’s largest, nonprofit care coordination organization for children and adults with disabilities and complex needs, conveniently located midway between Baltimore and Annapolis, is in search of a dynamic and visionary leader to be its next President/Chief Executive Officer. The successful candidate is passionate about The Center’s person-centered approach, vision and mission, and is a dedicated advocate for people with disabilities and complex medical and social needs. The President/CEO is responsible for the overall leadership of The Coordinating Center. Selected by the Board of Directors the President/CEO has the responsibility to carry out the mission and is responsible for the overall management and operation of all aspects of the organization. The President/CEO focuses on long-range goals, strategies, plans and policies routinely exercising discretion and independent judgment in the performance of job duties. The President/CEO is accountable for the overall programmatic and fiscal integrity of the organization.


The ideal President/CEO has at least 10 years of experience working with national, state and local leaders in healthcare, care management and disabilities at all levels. We are seeking a dynamic individual who can work with a broad array of cutting-edge, public and private agencies to continually improve and enhance community inclusion, support policy advancement and drive our mission. If you are looking for a fulfilling career opportunity to lead a dynamic nonprofit organization and build on its mission, work with a high performing culture where coworkers are passionate about their work and clients served, where there is a high standard of service delivery practices and outcomes, then our organization is the place for you.


Our nationally recognized nonprofit organization and statewide resource was founded in 1983. Today, The Coordinating Center supports more than 10,000 individuals and families annually with an annual budget of $24 million.

For a detailed job description and to apply visit www.coordinatingcenter.org/ceoposition


Key Areas of Responsibility & Expected Outcomes

Board Management & Development: Oversee recruitment, development and support of a strong and engaged Board of Directors to execute all Board policies and decisions.


Leadership, Administration and Management: Lead the corporate development team in the planning, implementation, and management of all aspects of The Coordinating Center, including finance and administration, HR, IT, marketing and communications, quality and outcomes management, business development and strategic initiatives, and all programs.


Program and Division Management: Overall responsibility for ensuring the corporate development team’s management of all programs and divisions, inclusive of appropriate staffing, regulatory compliance, and within budget.


Contract/Regulatory Compliance: Maintain familiarity, knowledge and compliance of all contractual obligations and assure standards are met, and ennsure compliance leadership is competent, effective and current.

Public Policy and Advocacy: Broad understanding of the social, economic, and environmental factors that influence health and successful community living for individuals with disabilities. In-depth knowledge of Maryland’s Healthcare models, Medicaid and Medicare, including waiver programs and services, dual eligible programs, and funding and operational issues related to home and community-based services (HCBS) and an understanding of how HCBS fits into Maryland’s LTSS strategy and legislative priorities.


Qualifications

·        Master’s required with expertise in Nonprofit Management, Public Health, Population Health, or a related field.

·        Minimum of 5-7 years in a senior leadership role within a nonprofit health care or social service organization.

·        Extensive knowledge and expertise in public and private human service and healthcare systems, disabilities, and health policy issues inclusive of budget development and financial oversight.

·        Exceptional contract negotiation skills and relationship management skills with the ability to build and grow connections with people of all types and backgrounds.

·        Past success working with a Board of Directors, investors, and funders with the ability to cultivate existing relationships.

·        Experience as a transformational leader who is committed to affecting change to support the Mission

Benefits

Comprehensive benefits includes health insurance, employer paid disability & life insurance, 403b with employer match, paid vacation, personal, sick leave and paid professional development leave

Professional Level

Executive

Minimum Education Required

Master's degree


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