Sponsor Funded Executive | Senior Director, Georgia CORE
DescriptionExecutive Leadership & Collaboration
- Collaborates with the Board of Directors to develop and execute mission, vision, goals, and strategies.
- Participates with the Board of Directors, consultants and key personnel in the creation and evaluation of the strategic plan.
- Develops and maintains relationships with partners, funders, staff and volunteers and communicates the mission, vision and strategy to key stakeholders in person, electronically and through media.
- Establishes strategic partnerships, builds shared priorities among leaders and organizations to enhance collective impact in cancer care, research and education. Identifies innovative opportunities for partnerships and organizational enhancement.
- Serves as the organizational representative on state and national committees and as a member of Boards of Directors of related healthcare organizations.
- Establishes operating policies, procedures, evaluation methods and reports to the Board of Directors on outcomes.
- Ensures compliance with all rules and regulations governing non-profit, research, and educational organizations.
- Monitors continually the effectiveness of operations, programs, personnel and policies.
- Develops and implements a recruitment and retention plan for clinical, operational and support personnel and consultants.
- Encourages volunteer and stakeholder involvement. Ensures availability of educational, informational and enrichment programs for Board, staff and volunteers.
- Oversees the finances of the organization including accounting, budgeting, financial development, internal controls, regulatory requirements and financial reporting.
- Prepares the annual operating budget for Board review and approval, ensures the satisfactory completion of the annual external audit.
- Provides reports and analysis of financial performance to the Board of Directors, funders and partners.
- Works with elected officials, government agencies, health care leaders, volunteers, survivors and community advocates to build awareness of cancer-related policy issues.
- Conducts analysis of cancer related investments and outcomes and advocates for effective cancer related policies and investments.
- Engages government affairs professionals and volunteers in collective advocacy to advance care and reach underserved populations; publishes and distributes position and policy papers.
- Assesses the effectiveness of programs, partnerships, staffing, funding and structure.
- Collects and analyzes outcomes and evaluation data, proposes and implements improvements to ensure a consistent, high level of performance.
- Develops collaborative culture among staff, consultants and volunteers.
- Fosters teamwork in an environment where diversity, equity, respect, trust and inclusion are in evidence.
- Maintains an executive level of knowledge and skills related to management, fundraising, coalition building, mediation and conflict resolution, policy and advocacy.
- Maintains membership in selected professional organizations; represents the organization on Boards of Directors and committees.
QualificationsMHA, MBA, or MS in health administration or business administration and seven years of executive level work experience.
College/Business UnitOpen until filled
College/Business Unit: Affiliated Unites
Location: Atlanta Campus
Job Posting: 11/17/20, 8:43:03 AM