Chief Executive Officer Anchorage, AK DOE and comprehensive benefits package
Our client: Offering a valuable service providing emergency care to patients across Alaska, our client is seeking a strategic leader to work with the Board of Directors and key management staff. The CEO will be responsible for establishing long-range strategies, operational policies and for maintaining a strong financial foundation for the organization. As CEO, you must demonstrate an active commitment to the mission of the organization and strive to incorporate its values in all aspects of your work.
Would you like to:
Assist the Board to determine organizational values, mission, vision, and short and long-term goals
Ensure the Board monitor and evaluate the organizations relevance to the community, its effectiveness, and its results
Led Board and staff in new strategic plan development with clearly defined priorities, goals, funding expectations and measures of success.
Identify opportunities for growth and scale
Serve as an inspiring, accessible and supportive executive leader, promoting an organizational culture to attract, retain, and motivate a diverse, highly talented team. Promote constructive and collegial collaboration among departments
Strengthen and creatively leverage technology use and manage day to day business operations with a mission-focused mindset
Ensure fiscal sustainability and continue the organizations record of disciplined, lean financial management
Safeguard required compliance with State, Federal and CMS regulations, as well as medical transportation policies
Develop and maintain a productive relationship with outside organizations, including the medical community, referring physicians and the media.
Deliver strong financial performance; develop, review and assess the long and short-term financial needs of the organization
Adopt the organizational Code of Ethics and Conduct policy into individual practice.
Ideally you have:
Bachelor's and Masters degree in Business Administration or closely related field. Masters Degree preferred
Minimum of 10 years of successful senior leadership experience, preferably in a large, complex healthcare/medical transportation organization
Progressively responsible managerial and administrative experience
Outstanding organizational and time management skills
Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills
Making it worth your while:
Hugely respected and highly valued Alaskan medical transport company
Competitive compensation and benefits, including 401k Employer Match, health insurance, Short and Long Term Disability, Accidental Death and Dismemberment insurance, and more