Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center, Inc. (ANHC).
This is Alaska first and largest community health center is seeking an Executive Director to lead and oversee the day to day operations of the Center. ANHC strives to eliminate unmet primary health care needs in our community putting the focus on our patients. The Executive Director will understand and promote ANHCs mission of providing the highest quality care with compassion and accessible services for our community and will embrace and celebrate the diversity of our consumers.
Anchorage is the largest city in Alaska.Enjoy the amenities of a larger city, and the unlimited outdoor recreational opportunities that Alaska offers. It is a close knit, yet diverse community, and offers quality education and cultural opportunities.
Summary of Position
Working at the direction of the Board of the Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for all Center operations including but not limited to personnel management, fiscal planning and compliance. The Executive Director will manage a 10M budget and lead ANHC through a vital capital campaign over the next several years. The Executive Director will communicate effectively and continue to develop our already strong relationships with key stakeholders in the local and statewide health care system including the Board of Directors, the community, staff, medical professionals and consumers.
The Executive Director is responsible for recruiting, developing and retaining quality clinical and non-clinical staff. The Executive Director has a team of senior staff to support all of the responsibilities of running this operation.
Ability to balance competing demands from multiple stakeholders
Knowledge of principles of management, administration and supervision
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Ability to analyze operations to revise them for more efficiency
Ability to build consensus and work in a team setting
Skill in training and developing paraprofessional and professional staff
Experience in a community health care environment is preferred
Experience in governmental grants management
Ability to develop a team with existing key personnel
Ability to manage an organization that is in transition
Education and or Experience
Graduate degree or significant comparable work experience in one of the following fields Administration, Public Health Service or Management.
Experience in the following
Public health or health services administration, personnel supervision, development and implementation of a complex health care delivery program.
Experience with Community Health Centers is desirable, but not required.
Experience with nonprofit organizations is desirable, but not required.
Resumes will be reviewed July 9, 2013. Interested candidates can forward their letter of interest and resume to
NWRPCA - 19 months ago
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