Oregon Primary Care Association Seeks a
State and Federal Policy Director

Are you looking for an organization where your efforts are appreciated and your accomplishments are celebrated?  Do you have a passion to serve?  Cutting-edge, non-profit health care organization seeks a self-motivated individual interested in a full-time opportunity. We want someone who is a strategic thinker with a keen understanding of, and significant experience with, legislative and policy-making processes.

The Oregon Primary Care Association’s State and Federal Policy Director establishes strategy, structure, and implementation processes to ensure that member needs are effectively represented and addressed at state and federal levels. As part of this effort, the State and Federal Policy Director is responsible for effective education and advocacy on behalf of member health centers and the communities they serve. S/he is also the liaison to the board’s policy efforts as primary staff to its Policy Committee.

The successful candidate will be a proactive, self-starter. S/he will be able to work with and influence key stakeholders who hold strong opinions while maintaining a cool head, representing OPCA with diplomacy in all arenas. The individual will also be an empowering, team-oriented leader, able to cultivate the respect of a broad range of stakeholders and convene coalitions.

This position starts October 1.

Oregon Primary Care Association is an exciting group of professionals in beautiful downtown Portland.  To see the job description and find out if you are fully qualified, please click here.  To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume to . We seek to diversify our staff. Candidates with diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

We are looking forward to meeting you!

 

Oregon Primary Care Association Seeks an
Executive and Policy Coordinator

Are you looking for an organization where your efforts are appreciated and your accomplishments are celebrated?  Do you have a passion to serve?  Cutting-edge, non-profit health care organization seeks a HIGHLY organized, self-motivated individual who can anticipate needs, is effective interpersonally, as well as at managing multiple stakeholders, and who has knowledge and experience in administrative support, and event and logistics planning. This is a full-time position.

The Executive and Policy Coordinator will provide administrative support for the Executive Director, the Policy Team, and the board of directors. As part of the organization’s administrative team, this individual shares in the job of keeping work flowing and setting a tone for productivity and an enjoyable work experience.

It’s an exciting time to be part of the Community Health Center movement. Come work with a fun, team-oriented group of professionals making a difference.  To see the entire job description and find out if you are fully qualified, please click here. To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume to . We seek to diversify our staff. Candidates with diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

We look forward to meeting you!

Position open until filled.

 

Oregon Primary Care Association Seeks a
Technical Assistance and Training Project Manager

Are you looking for an organization where your efforts are appreciated and your accomplishments are celebrated?  Do you have a passion to serve?  Cutting edge non-profit health care membership organization seeks a highly experienced Technical Assistance and Training Project Manager who can bring their years of experience in quality improvement models and tools, evaluation processes, and hands-on process improvement to support our mission and values. We want someone who has knowledge of clinical settings, processes, and culture, including an understanding of managing change. This is a full time 1.0 FTE exempt position.

The Technical Assistance and Training Project Manager is an integral part of OPCA’s management team and works closely with the Senior Director of Clinical Operations, the Director of Primary Care Transformation, the Technical Assistance (TA) and Policy teams, and other management and community stakeholders. This position is responsible for supporting, informing, and coordinating two related but distinct areas; the work of the quality improvement strategies (in partnership with the Data Analytics Specialist) and the full imbedding of behavioral health workflows and strategies as part of process improvement.  The TA and Training Project Manager oversees program development, budget oversight, development and delivery of its training needs as well as peer network coordination of behavioral health staff.   This position is also a key contributor to the development of content and shaping the delivery of OPCA training events and onsite training for CHC staff, board members and a variety of stakeholders.

Oregon Primary Care Association is an exciting group of professionals in beautiful downtown Portland.  To see the entire job description and find out if you are fully qualified, please click here. To apply, please submit your cover letter and resume to .

 
We seek to diversify our staff. Candidates with diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. We are looking forward to meeting you!

Position open until filled.