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Data Manager (also posted as Healthcare Project Manager)
Oregon Primary Care Association (OPCA), the nonprofit membership organization of Oregon’s community health centers, seeks a Data Manager who will work with OPCA staff, vendors, community partners and other stakeholders related to data-driven grants and initiatives. In partnership with the Network Development Senior Director and Value and Data Director, the Data Manager will also help support work associated with the acquisition and use of data from different partners, local and state agencies. The Data Manager also supports the maintenance and development of internal processes related to sharing, acquiring, and storing member data. Please note that this position is fully funded for one year, with continuation beyond one year dependent upon future funding. This is a full time 1.0 FTE exempt position.
Please take some time to review the full job description. Submit your cover letter, resume and where you hear about the position to . We will begin the review of applications on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.
Financial Sustainability Manager (also posted as CHC Financial Support Project Manager)
Oregon Primary Care Association (OPCA) seeks a Community Health Center (CHC) Financial Support Project Manager to research State/Federal policies and their impact on CHC financial requirements in order to develop and implement technical assistance and training on health center financial sustainability and transformation. In partnership with the Policy Director, CHC Sustainability Director, Network Development Senior Director and APM Manager, this position monitors federal and state changes to the community health center (CHC) payment and regulatory environment, provides direct assistance to health centers in the implementation of sustainable financial practices, and manages the implementation of health center opt-in and onboarding to the Alternative Payment and Advanced Care Model (APCM) program.
Our ideal candidate can bridge policy decisions to financial and operational implications for community health centers, so thinking strategically and delivering technically are key. FQHC and/or healthcare experience is a plus.This is a full time, 1.0 FTE, exempt position.
Please take some time to review the full job description. Submit your cover letter, resume and where you hear about the position to . We will be reviewing resumes on Thursday, March 7, 2019.
Oregon Primary Care Association (OPCA) seeks a Sustainability Manager who contributes substantial subject matter and project management expertise to the development and implementation of technical assistance and training programs that support health center core sustainability and operational excellence. The Sustainability Manager works in close partnership with the CHC Sustainability and Transformation Directors.
We are searching for highly qualified candidates with experience in Federally Qualified Heath Centers and/or similar federal health center facilities. We will also consider candidates with experience in other health care settings, having performed either clinic duties or administrative/operational tasks in a primary care clinic. This position is also responsible for developing training and technical assistance “standard work” for OPCA’s support to health center operational practices as well as project and grants management in their program areas, so accountability and a strong ability to self-motivate and move work forward is required. Candidates with FQHC experience preferred but other public health/primary care experience will be considered. This is a great opportunity for a high functioning entry level health care provider (nurse, medical assistant, peer counselor) or equivalent interested in expanding upon their FQHC experience. This is a full time, 1.0 FTE, exempt position.
Please take some time to review the full job description. Submit your cover letter, resume and where you hear about the position to . We will be reviewing resumes on Wednesday, January 23, 2019.
Operations & Finance Senior Director
Oregon Primary Care Association (OPCA) seeks an Operations and Finance Senior Director to lead, manage, maintain, and improve upon internal system functionalities including internal organizational development goals, human resources, compliance and risk management, budgeting and financial strategy, federal grant management, office-wide information technology (IT), and overall office management. This positions works closely with the Executive Director and the entire OPCA staff to create an effective and efficient organization with an organizational culture that is aligned with OPCA values. This is a full time 1.0 FTE exempt position.
We are searching for a highly qualified candidate, who can track competing priorities and work plans, and is committed to continuous improvement, thinking in terms of structure and process, and balancing between day-to-day minutiae and OPCA’s larger organizational goals. Our ideal candidate can also find balance between OPCA’s unique, employee-centered culture and the need to make hard business decisions to support the sustainability and growth of our organization. Empathy, flexibility, clear communication, and an ability to understand nuances are the keys to success in this role.
PLEASE NOTE: We expect this position to open by Q2 of 2019. The staff member currently in the role is exploring her next career path while helping the organization identify a candidate with the skills and experience needed for success. We also hope this strategy will provide ability for some overlap of the current staff person and the new candidate during transition. Please indicate within your submitted information any timeframe constraints you may have so we can incorporate it into our planning. We will reach out to all candidates that have submitted information regarding next-steps, processes, and timeline(s) when formalized.
Please take some time to review the full job description. Submit your cover letter, resume and where you hear about the position to . We will be reviewing resumes on an ongoing basis.
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