Company: Healthcare, Prescott, AZ
Posted on: December 20, 2018
The Clinic is the story of people who care deeply about helping others in the community for over 50 years. It’s the story of a mental health system that’s been embraced by a city and county that recognized the importance of mental health care as an essential part of how a community cares for its people. Clinic is a dynamic and highly innovative comprehensive community mental health system. With a $44mm annual budget, Clinic is located in Prescott, AZ, blessed with a wonderfully supportive Board and leadership team committed to quality care. There are approximately 330 professionals serving West Yavapai County and the greater Prescott region, and West Yavapai has served more than 7000 individuals in 2017 through its programs designed to help its citizens at all stages of life. Clinic has a diverse set of community-based programs. Such programs provide innovative, research-based services that address the mental health needs of children, adults, and families, and include outpatient therapy, inpatient treatment, treatment for substance use disorders, services that integrate primary care and behavioral health, crisis stabilization and walk-in services, community-based services that serve people in their homes, schools, emergency rooms, primary care settings, and jails. In addition, West Yavapai Guidance Clinic provides consultation and outreach services that promote wellness and the early identification of mental health concerns that might require attention. This is a wonderful opportunity for an experienced behavioral health leader to build on an already strong system that is further positioning itself to be highly successful in an ever-changing healthcare environment. ABOUT THE ROLE: Clinic is looking for a visionary and strategic leader, who can establish credibility and confidence with staff, government officials, community leaders, and other internal and external stakeholders with a “partnering” philosophy. This person will have a track record of being able to work effectively in complex organizations. Innovation and creativity are key, as well as being entrepreneurial and capability of thinking “outside the box.” Public sector health care experience; experience with Medicaid and fee-for-service billing systems is especially important, as is advocacy and support for foundation board efforts. This person must possess a strong business capability with solid management skills; committed to mission while insuring fiscal strength. The CEO will be comfortable as an advocate for change in local, state, and national political settings; committed to an involvement in public policy initiatives. They should be seen by others as having a reputation for honesty, transparency, integrity, credibility and a commitment to “principle centered leadership.” Above all, possess a passion and commitment to the people served is what WYGC is looking for in their next leader. ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: - Have excellent communications skills, able to inspire and motivate others in the search of providing on-going opportunities for organizational growth. Have strong technological skills and a commitment to a data driven environment - Have successful experience in working with community boards and community partners - Be committed to maintaining a highly successful fund-raising program - Be committed to providing integrated health care - have evidence of exemplary leadership within organizations that are fully immersed in delivering excellent care with a philosophy that encourages the development of strong teams with a common purpose - Master’s prepared in a business or healthcare discipline and have a minimum of 5 years of senior management experience in a health care setting; behavioral health experience preferred ABOUT THE REGION: Approximately 220,000 people and 3 institutions of higher education call this beautiful region home, with the charm and hospitality of the West; a wonderful mix of a progressive city and welcoming rural communities. Yavapai are a Native American tribe in Arizona. Yavapai means “people of the sun,” and in fact, more than 75% of the year, the sun shines in Prescott! Prescott is a pleasant, prosperous, and historic desert mountain city located about 60 miles south of Sedona, a popular arts and retirement community, and 80 miles north of Phoenix, with miles of hiking trails available. Downtown is clean, quiet and is a mix of old West and Midwest with a number of historic structures. Older homes, mostly of Victorian vintage, are nicely kept and restored, due in part to preservation incentives. Country Home magazine in conjunction with Sperling's Best Places To Live included Prescott among its list of “Best Green Cities.” Yavapai County reflects the history of the old west and the future of the new. Remnants of U.S. Cavalry forts, Native American dwellings, gold rush boomtowns, abandoned mines, Spanish Land Grant ranches, homesteads and vast tracts of uninhabited public lands exist side by side with modern housing developments, industry and business here in the mountain heart of Arizona. This region balances longstanding traditions with an increasingly progressive way of life, embraces diverse cultural roots, and mixes small city excitement with cozy neighborhoods, resplendent natural areas, excellent school and health care systems. Simply a great place to raise a family!
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