President/CEO Position Posting

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: applicant@achca.org. No phone calls please. Application period until end of business September 18, 2017.

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Type: Full Time - Experienced

The American College of Health Care Administrators (ACHCA) seeks a talented executive leader to serve as chief staff executive of this $1.4 million professional association representing long term care administrators in the health care continuum. The President/CEO will be expected to partner with the Board of Directors in developing and implementing the strategic priorities of the association. The President/CEO is responsible for assessing and addressing the needs of members; expertly managing and fostering growth (e.g., revenue, programs, and services); developing, hiring, and retaining staff; and as a spokesperson on behalf of the association, increasing the public’s awareness of long term care administration. The President/CEO also leads the Academy of Long Term Care Leadership and Development and the ACHCA professional Certification Program. The successful candidate will have strong business development skills, a collaborative leadership style, and be adept in working with volunteer leaders. This position requires sitting on several boards representing ACHCA’s interests.  ACHCA’s President/CEO must have outstanding interpersonal skills and work ethic, plus, possess the skills to continue the association’s record of success in a rapidly changing healthcare environment.
 

Requirements:

The ideal candidate will have long term care/healthcare experience. A Master’s degree in business, health, or a related field is desired. Successful candidates will have experience in the areas of operation management, marketing, public speaking, finance, product development, governance, and strategic thinking on the association level.

Preferred Education: Master’s Degree

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Additional Salary Information: Salary will be commensurate with experience and market norms.