OPCA celebrates both individual contributions and powerful teamwork. We thrive on innovation and collaboration. We support one another as healthy human beings who balance work with the rest of life. Our goal is to elevate and make space for candidates of color and other diverse communities in our hiring practices. Join our team as we lead the community health center movement with passion, vision and courage.
Successful candidates will commit to an equitable and inclusive workplace, including but not limited to: racial equity, accessibility for individuals with disabilities, use of gender inclusive language, and cultural sensitivity.
OPCA offers a hybrid work environment, working two days remote and three days in our downtown Portland office.
We only accept applications that follow the electronic process. No phone calls please.
Program & Operations Coordinator
OPCA seeks a Program & Operations Coordinator who ensures the efficient day-to-day functioning of OPCA’s office by providing administrative support to the Program and Operations Team, and facilitates the smooth and efficient functioning of designated bodies of work. The Program & Operations Coordinator also provides back-up support for organizational administrative needs. This is a confidential position.
Public Affairs & Communications Director
OPCA seeks a Public Affairs & Communications Director to elevate and promote OPCA’s mission of health equity through locally based organizational communications strategies, media relations, social and digital media, and OPCA brand recognition.This position leads locally based press and media operations that, combined with a public affairs strategy, help us achieve programmatic and legislative goals for Oregon communities.
Quality Improvement Manager
OPCA seeks a Healthcare Quality Improvement (QI) 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 quality improvement capacity and performance outcomes. The QI Manager provides ongoing management of QI-related technical assistance and training programs, including project management of specific bodies of work and delivery of technical assistance to members around key metrics.
Alternative Payment and Care Model Senior Manager
OPCA seeks an Alternative Payment and Care Model Senior Manager with experience in health policy analysis, particularly an understanding of healthcare financing and current payment landscape, knowledge of alternative care and payment models.
This position directs implementation and evolution of Oregon’s Alternative Payment Methodology and accountability arrangements with the OHA and works with program staff, key committees, and consultants to successfully demonstrate the program’s impact and value.
Value Based Pay Strategies Director
OPCA seeks to leverage health center capacity to design and deliver the highest quality of care as they implement new financial and clinical processes, through adaptation and visionary oversight of the Alternative Payment and Advanced Care Model Program (APCM) and value-based pay (VBP) readiness.
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