Desired Skillset: Experience leading a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), Community Activism, Healthcare Management
CMWC Organization: CMWC was founded in 2012 with the goal of providing culturally sensitive healthcare for residents of the Long Beach area. We became a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in 2015 and now provide medical and behavioral health services to community members. CMWC offers affordable rates for low-income, uninsured, and under insured patients. We strive to delivery high quality healthcare services with the goal of helping people achieve and maintain wellness.
CEO Job Summary: Lead CMWC in providing healthcare equity through leadership, strategic planning and implementation, administrative management, financial management and accountability, private and public fund development and maintenance, advocacy, and public relations. The CEO will build partnerships and work collaboratively with CMWC Board, leadership, and other key partners to ensure the delivery of excellent healthcare services, defined by and in response to the needs of the community and the underserved. The CEO will possess the skills and ability to ensure CMWC’s continued expansion and development consistent with the goals and objectives set forth by the CMWC Board of Directors. The CEO will maintain effective staff and community relationships. The CEO will continually work for the best outcomes for CMWC patients and families.
Preferred candidate will have 5 years’ experience in a senior management role in a nonprofit, government or corporate setting
Must be able to demonstrate competence and success in managing quality outcomes, operational results, financial operations, business planning and development
Preferred candidate will have a background in community or social activism or organizing
Minimum of 5 years healthcare experience
Minimum of 5 years leadership and management experience
Must have an in-depth knowledge of healthcare administration and operations with a strong understanding of financial management, strategic planning, physician relations, patient care, quality improvement, risk management and human resource management
Must have a working knowledge of California and federal laws and accrediting guidelines and their application to the management of a nonprofit organization
Must have a firm understanding of the trends and issues affecting the healthcare industry, including managed care, clinical integration and quality outcomes
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written, verbal and presentation/public speaking)
Must have demonstrated skills in conflict identification and resolution, group problem solving and group process as well as organization and prioritization
Must be effective as a team leader and team member
Must have a good understanding of quality service and customer service