Director Of Access Health
The Director of Access Health Pee Dee is responsible for the strategic, programmatic, financial, and management operations of AHPD. Works collaboratively with primary care and specialty physicians, local hospitals, health and human services organizations, and other network providers to establish and maintain access to necessary healthcare services for low-income uninsured residents of the Pee Dee area. Leads program implementation, policy development, fund raising, and strategic planning under the direction of the AHPD Advisory Board. The director reports to the AVP of Case Managment Health Services.
Refine, articulate, and advance AccessHealth Pee Dees strategic direction, working closely with the Advisory Board to establish priorities, drive the growth of AHPD, and improve effectiveness and efficiency within AHPD network providers to serve patients.
Manage the programs human resources by: determining qualifications, competence and performance expectations; implementing and monitoring staffing plans; providing orientation, in-service training and continuing education of staff; and applying policies/procedures pertaining to human resource management.
Continuously assess and improve AHPDs performance by designing operational processes, monitoring performance through data, analyzing data, implementation of sustainable performance improvement, and developing a sustainability model for the program.
Manage program budget including processes to monitor operational and capital costs.
Lead fundraising efforts of AHPD, which include: cultivation and solicitation of support from foundations, corporations, individual donors, and government.
Be the chief advocate for the organizations mission and services. The Director is expected to be an active spokesperson to increase community and provider awareness of AHPD.
Lead the efforts of AHPD in exploring linkages, partnerships, and collaborations with the external organizations and groups to promote a coordinated delivery system.
Develop policies and procedures that guide and support provisions of the program.
Provide constant and thoughtful leadership and provide a forum for creative and innovative ideas.
Education: BS/BS; Masters degree strongly preferred.
Experience: Non-profit leadership experience strongly preferred.
Demonstrate capacity for leadership.
Ability to think critically and solve problems
Must be able to relate well with clients, co-workers, physicians, hospitals, and other health and human services organizations.
Must have strong oral and written communication skills.
Knowledge of budget preparation, fundraising, grant writing.
Must be proficient with Microsoft Excel, Word, and other applicable software.