Hot jobs! Chief Operating Officer and Chief Workforce OfficerAugust 22, 2022
ANTHC is currently recruiting for two executive-level positions to join our team. Learn more about the positions and apply using the links below.
Chief Operating Officer
- The System Chief Operating Officer (System COO) manages the day-to-day operations and ensures effective and efficient performance for the organization’s operational controls, administration, and reporting procedures.
- Provides leadership and fosters an accountable and success-oriented environment by encouraging productivity and building a highly inclusive culture. Additionally, the System COO is responsible for motivating, coaching, and mobilizing staff to ensure that team members thrive and meet all implemented organizational outcomes.
- The System COO will collaborate with executive leadership to develop and implement strategies that drive quality outcomes, conceptualize and execute strong public and community relations, and adhere to all applicable federal, state, and Tribal regulations and requirements.
- Ideal candidates will be comfortable leading in complex, changing, and ambiguous environments. Additionally, the COO will possess the ability to evolve work processes and priorities as needed to guarantee operational efficiencies and organizational outcomes.
- This leader will encourage equity and inclusion amongst diverse workgroups and cultures and will facilitate any concerns to ensure that fair and equitable treatment is accomplished.
- Master’s Degree in Health Management or closely related field required.
Chief Workforce Officer
- The Chief Workforce Officer (CWO) will develop and execute a human resources plan aligned with the organization’s vision and ensure achievement of the overall mission.
- Provide leadership to a team that includes the Senior Director of Human Resources, Physician Recruiting Manager, and the Medical Staff Officer. The CWO will establish goals and priorities in partnership with a wide range of stakeholders around key human resources projects and will create training plans to enhance employee competencies throughout the organization.
- The CWO will serve as a champion across the organization for employee development and provide guidance through employee training, coaching, and mentoring. Additionally, the CWO will conduct evaluations to ensure compliance with federal, state, and Tribal regulations and requirements.
- Ideal candidates will bring a strong business acumen and problem-solving abilities, as well as be comfortable leading in complex, changing, and ambiguous environments.
- This leader will encourage the equity and inclusion amongst diverse workgroups and cultures and will facilitate any concerns to ensure that fair and equitable treatment are accomplished, and that local labor regulations and practices are consistently met.
- Master’s Degree in Human Resources or related field is required.