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Chief Executive Officer

Blue Ridge Medical Center

This is a Contract position in Arrington, VA posted November 19, 2021.

Job Summary:
The CEO provides leadership in the development and implementation of the mission, vision, values, and goals of Blue Ridge Medical Center. S/He develops and implements strategic and business plans, and facilitates the implementation of the programs and activities to ensure the success of the center. The Department managers report directly to the CEO, who coordinates their cohesive managerial efforts, and ensures they have the resources to execute the established plans to attain the individual department objectives towards Blue Ridge Medical Center goals. S/He researches, develops and ascertains necessary funding to maintain operations and programs.
Essential Duties:

  • Lead, direct and supervise the managerial team. Arrange for coverage of their essential duties during their absence. Ensure adequate staffing for the center, promote healthy employee morale, and promote ongoing educational and professional growth.
  • Make regular executive reports to the Board of Directors, as well as interim reports for urgent issues that arise. Reports include operational updates, financial and potentially legal issues. Collaborate with the Board on organizational policy decisions. Provide the Board with accurate and easy to understand information relevant to their decision-making and oversight responsibilities.
  • Collaborate with the Chief Financial Officer in preparing the annual operating budget to achieve the center?s goals and objectives. Seek Board approval for the annual budget, as well as modifications of the budget and all other financial activities needing Board approval. Perform budget oversight ensuring controls and proper corrective action to variances in financial statements.
  • Oversee and approve capital improvements, ensuring their direct relation to established goals/objectives or requirements.
  • Research, propose and manage grant funding from diverse sources to ensure sufficient resources to continue operations and successfully implement programs. Ensure compliance with grant rules and expectations. Research and develop innovative means of funding to adjust to the changing economical and financial needs of the center.
  • Oversee implementation of the center?s continuing quality improvement (CQI) efforts.
  • Provide leadership by planning, developing/reviewing and implementing short and long term short and long term goals and objectives for Blue Ridge Medical Center. Direct and assist department managers and other staff develop the goals and objectives of their departments to ensure they are cohesive with those of the center. Promote intra- and inter- departmental communication and collaboration.
  • Develop new policies and procedures in collaboration with other staff as appropriate. Review existing polices and procedures to ensure a dynamic organization that adapts to new needs, trends and mandates through regulation and new standards. Develop practices and promote effective lines of communication among the staff, BRMC departments, and with the Board, regulatory and funding agencies, and the community.
  • Develop an effective public relations plan and act as the center?s point of contact in dealing with any outside contact. Represent the center at meetings and symposiums, including involvement in community activities to raise awareness, relations and good will for the center.
  • Direct successful marketing strategies for the center and its services.
  • Ensure organizational compliance with federal and state regulations overseeing non-profit organizations, such as the National Center for Quality Assurance and the Joint Commission, and all other essential business compliance such as personnel law and standards. Enhance and ensure that managers and supervisors have the resources needed to comply with these requirements in an informed manner.
  • Conduct staff meetings. Promote sharing and discussion of ideas for the ongoing improvement of the center and the services it provides. Set executive/leadership example of the center?s policies and procedures.
  • Stay current in all matters and expertise on managerial, supervisory, clinician, and non-profit organizational trends, by attending workshops, seminars and others means to ensure own professional growth.
  • Assist the Board with the preparation of meeting schedules, agenda and materials. Collaborate with the Board in recruiting members and ensuring that the agency complies/maintains its adequate Board Member-Client ratio. Research new board members to ensure that they would enhance and/or compliment the Board?s skills and knowledge of matters relevant to the center.
  • Work with the Board of Directors as well as assigned staff members to engage in fundraising for the Center, to include an annual appeal, fundraising events, donor development, and grant writing.
  • Serves on the 340B Oversight committee and maintains competency in this role.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors, or as required by funding agencies to assert qualifications.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business or public administration, or related field.
  • Ten (10) years of managerial experience in a health care organization that includes budget development and management, marketing development, business planning, customer and public relations, healthcare and related programs development and implementation, grant writing and management, and modern standards of Total Quality Assurance and best practices.
  • Experience must include a minimum of five (5) years of full supervisory responsibilities, knowledge of reimbursement regulations, medical clinic regulatory compliance that govern non-profit organizations and community health care. Or, a combination of education, experience and training that would ensure the successful performance of the duties of this position.
  • Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.

Required Skills:

  • Accomplish the executive role of leadership to prepare and ensure success of the center through challenging times.
  • Possess interpersonal skills to develop and maintain effective working relationships with center’s staff and its Board, local/state/federal agencies, fund sources representatives, vendors, other local providers, clients and the public.
  • Maintain up to date knowledge of management skills to ensure center’s profit and growth. Possess the knowledge and security to make effective independent decisions and adapt when circumstances warrant it. Know how to read and interpret financial reports and information.
  • Maintain up to date knowledge of supervisory practices. Provide clear and concise guidance and instructions. Be a leader and facilitator to the managerial staff, and a good listener. Possess the leadership skills to guide the center through change and difficult times. Be able to gather and utilize talented resources and have the ability to delegate and manage projects effectively with a winning managerial team.
  • Be resourceful and able to seek and accept new methods. Possess excellent research skills, with the ability to analyze data and arrive at reasonable conclusions and decisions. Make effective and persuasive proposals; then lead and oversee successful implementation.
  • Possess organizational skills to maintain the executive affairs and documentation in order. Effective work in a multi-task and team oriented environment.
  • Possess excellent and professional writing and oral communication skills, including grant writing. Be able to make effective and persuasive presentations, and communicate a clear message.
  • Maintain the necessary confidentiality over sensitive and confidential matters of the center and its business.

Scope:
Level of Supervision Received:
The Chief Executive Officer works under minimum to no supervision. S/He provides status reports and end-results regarding special projects and/or the center’s performance to the Board of Directors.
Supervisory scope of this Position:
The Chief Executive Officer directly manages and supervises department managers. S/He conducts hiring, training, assignment of work and priorities, evaluation, counseling and discipline of managerial and supervisory staff, and it is highly involved in personnel matters and decisions regarding other agency staff. S/He reviews and approves all hiring and terminations.
Communication:
The responsibilities of the Chief Executive Officer require that s/he communicate extensively both orally and in writing , formally and informally with center’s staff, local public and private agencies, local/state/federal agencies, citizens and community action groups, the media and the general public. The Chief Executive Officer does extensive reporting and grant writing. S/He provides regular oral and written updates and reports to the BRMC Board of Directors.
Decision Making Capacities:
The Chief Executive Officer must have the capacity for* e*xtensive and wide-range decision making latitude within the scope of the essential duties of the job. S/He must seek counsel when matters are outside his/her own knowledge, and seek approval for matters outside the scope of duties in accordance to non-profit organizational standards, center’s procedures and government regulations. S/He must provide regular, accurate and timely reports to the Board of Directors of all matters affecting BRMC finances and all aspects and obligations of the center.
Required Proficiency with Tools/Equipment:

  • Operation of standard office equipment.
  • Operation of a personal computer and standard administrative software applications such as word processing, database, spreadsheet, presentations, and use of the Internet.
  • Basic understanding of standard equipment used in community medical facilities providing family and dental health care.

Working Conditions:

  • This full-time position is a FLSA exempt position which may require work in excess of 40 hours per week to meet the Center’s needs and accomplish the duties of this position.
  • Comply with and set example of compliance with BRMC’s policies/procedures/practices; comply with legal requirements for non-profit organizations.
  • Perform and complete duties under stress and demands from different sources, and meeting strict deadlines.
  • Tolerate prolonged computer related exposure. Able to sit or stand at a workstation for long periods of time.
  • May be exposed to hostile or emotional clients, family members, and staff, as well as disturbing or sensitive information
  • May be exposed to infectious diseases and medical waste.

Job Type: Full-time