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 understands health systems and complex organizational and community dynamics; is effective interpersonally, as well as at managing multiple stakeholders; and who has knowledge in and experience with providing technical assistance.
The CHC Operations Manager works closely with OPCA Senior Director of Clinic Operations and Quality, the Technical Assistance (TA) team, and other management and community stakeholders. S/he develops and delivers OPCA’s technical assistance around numerous areas of operation, and in tandem with the clinical transformation TA team members. This position is responsible for supporting, informing, and coordinating the following health center operational needs: quality assurance, compliance, adherence to the Bureau of Primary Health Care (BPHC) requirements, workforce support, and peer network coordination. Further, this position specifically cultivates an understanding of recruitment, retention, and staff engagement focus in line with the pursuit of the “employers of choice” goal. Additionally, the CHC Operations Manager is responsible for fostering integration of oral health in collaboration with community partners and with a focus on CHC delivery of dental services.
We seek to diversify our staff. Candidates with diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Position open until filled.
Oregon Primary Care Association Seeks an Accountant
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 experienced accounting and fiscal managing consultant who can bring their years of experience in nonprofit, federal and other grant accounting to help us achieve our mission and values. This is a part-time (0.75 FTE) contract with the possibility of permanent hire.
OPCA is looking for person capable of participating as part of OPCA’s management team and who is fully responsible for the accounting system of our very dynamic and growing organization. Specifically you will be responsible for general ledger accounting (including accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll), preparation of financial statements, compliance with federal funding requirements, audit preparation and support, generating reports to grantors, and regular budget-to-actual reports to program managers, the Board, and Finance Committee. You will need to be capable of posting all adjusting entries, doing monthly close, and preparing financial statements. The Accountant reports to the Internal Operations and Finance Manager, and works collaboratively with other management team members and staff. You will be asked to act as a fiscal manager to support program grant managers and the executive leadership team. OPCA has just transitioned to an MIP, Abila software system with grant allocation, payroll, and HR modules. The ideal candidate will be familiar with this system.
Oregon Primary Care Association is an exciting group of professionals in beautiful downtown Portland. Candidates with diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.