Company: Health District Of No Larimer
Location: Fort Collins
Posted on: December 8, 2018
POSITION TITLE Medical Director DEPARTMENT Administration POSITION NUMBER 50-004 HOURS Regular Full-time 40 hours per week (1 FTE) Requires some flexibility in scheduling, including occasional night meetings, weekend events, and local or out of town travel, which may include overnight trips. STARTING SALARY $180,000 to $194,000 per year DOQ Grade 22 Exempt status TIMELINE To receive full consideration, materials should be received by Monday, January 7, 2019. Position will remain open and applications accepted until filled. QUALIFICATIONS Required Education or Formal Training M. D. or D.O. with: o License to practice in the State of Colorado;Board certified in preventive medicine, family practice, or related specialty; and MPH or MSPH Certificate/License Licensing: maintains a license to practice medicine in good standing in the State of Colorado Registrations and related certifications: continues to meet requirement to practice within the medical specialty(ies) for which he/she is certified Experience-- Prior successful experience in a manager or director level position in a health or medical setting At least four years of experience, and excellent skills, in performing all or nearly all of the following duties in a health or medical setting (at least two years of experience at the supervisor, manager, or director level): Program development, planning, implementation, management; achieving goals and objectives Supervising individuals and teams (including hiring, evaluating, disciplinary actions, etc.); overseeing their goal setting and progress Budget and financial management Collecting, organizing, manipulation, and analysis of information and data for reporting and evaluation purposes Contract development and management, including knowledge of relevant laws (HIPAA, etc.), and compliance assurance Creation/amendment of internal policies and procedures Demonstrated effectiveness and outcomes in working with other organizations and individuals on joint projects to improve community health services and health Responsibility for one or more special initiatives, such as quality control and improvement, infection control, population health initiatives, outreach, etc. Assisting organizations and/or communities in creating and managing change Program evaluation design and implementation Production of comprehensive, well-written reports Making effective, professional, understandable oral presentations Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Superior written communication skills, including synthesizing complex information into concise, organized, understandable reports Excellent analytical abilities Advanced computer skills, including development and utilization of complex spreadsheets, databases, and basic use of statistical packages Expertise in relevant areas, such as general community health, preventive medicine, public health, and population health Excellent skills in research, research methods, statistical concepts, evaluation design, and quantitative and qualitative analytics Ability to analyze potential impact and effectiveness of various options and interventions for the organization and/or community. Includes analysis of potential regulatory or policy options at the local, state, or national level. Demonstrated excellence in development of programs with effective outcomes Ability to work both cooperatively and independently Effective oral communication skills, both informal and in formal presentations Ability to handle multifaceted tasks and changing priorities; flexibility; thrives in multifaceted job Evidence of positive, productive management and supervisory skills Other Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Ability to develop and maintain positive, professional, productive relationships with the public, other agencies, co-workers, other health professionals, and the Executive Director Vision and creativity Ability to be an effective, positive team player Special Consideration Will Be Given For: Experience as a Family Practice Physician, or other similar medical fieldSignificant knowledge of, and experience with, managing health programs similar to those managed by the Health District, or in a public health setting Experience with community health assessments: performing, analyzing and reporting results, interpreting Technology Skills Strong computer skills, including Windows operating system, Outlook email, Microsoft Office Suite word processing (Word), spreadsheet applications (Excel), PowerPoint presentations, and experience in database development and management Working Environment/Physical Requirements The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.-- Must have close visual acuity to perform activities such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures, viewing a computer monitor, extensive reading. Must be able to sit or stand for prolonged periods. Must have eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a computer keyboard, telephone, photocopier and other office equipment. Must have normal physical mobility, which includes movement from place to place on the job. Must have the ability to communicate information and ideas verbally so others will understand. Must be physically capable of getting self to and attending meetings in a variety of locations, which could include locally, within the state, or nationally. Requires Reliable Vehicle; Valid Driver's License and Auto Insurance Fort Collins Coloradoan.Category: Healthcare, Keywords: Medical Director
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