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The Indiana Osteopathic Association (IOA), the professional association for more than 1,800 Indiana osteopathic physicians and 600 medical students, is seeking a dynamic executive director with experience in health policy, membership, and retention/recruitment. For 125 years, the IOA has been dedicated to the promotion of quality patient care and the educational and legislative needs of its members. By promoting effective health policies, quality training, education, and regulation of the osteopathic profession, the IOA is enhancing quality health care for the people of Indiana.
Position is open until filled. Do not use the “Apply Now” feature. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, salary expectations, and resume or vitae by electronic mail to EDsearch@inosteo.org. No phone calls please.
General Description of Position:
The Executive Director is responsible for providing overall administrative direction and professional leadership for the Indiana Osteopathic Association and its subsidiaries**, assisting in organizing and facilitating the decision-making process of the Board, and implementing Board directives, policies and activities. The Executive Director is responsible for the financial management of the organization, directs the association efforts to serve the osteopathic profession in Indiana through coordinated efforts in professional advocacy, professional continuing medical education, member services, and serves as the principal spokesperson for the Indiana Osteopathic Association.
The Executive Director must be an individual of integrity who has strong project management and organizational skills, have proven experience and success in a health care policy environment, in financial management and team leadership. Applicant must also have strong writing and presentation skills, be able to balance multiple priorities while building partnerships and community. This position requires strategic thinking, public policy development, a high level of energy and enthusiasm for hard work and a knowledge of health care delivery and finance.
The IOA prefers an executive of the highest integrity that has demonstrated leadership abilities and a firm understanding of:
- membership retention and recruitment
- continuing education
- finance and budgeting
- member service
- health systems & regulatory issues including licensure.
Some professional travel is required. Position requires knowledge and utilization of the newest technologies.
Position is open until filled. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, salary expectations, and resume or vitae by electronic mail to EDsearch@inosteo.org. No phone calls please.
The position requires an individual with a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, Master’s degree preferred, and knowledge of current health care policy initiatives and is effective in advocacy and government relations. Candidates must have comparable experience in a senior executive level position, preferably, in the nonprofit or public sector, with proven success.
Job posted: 2023-05-07