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Charitable Health Network (CHN)

Executive Director

Seeking successor to retired ten-year director – available now

 

Ohio’s healthcare dilemma

Thousands of Ohioans urgently need healthcare they cannot access. Despite Medicaid expansion many remain uninsured, cannot afford high deductibles, or simply cannot find a physician accepting new patients. Member organizations of the Charitable Healthcare Network (CHN) exist to give those individuals the care they need and deserve.

 

The organization providing solutions

Based in Columbus, Ohio, across from the Statehouse with a staff of four, the Charitable Healthcare Network (CHN) is a dynamic membership organization of Ohio’s charitable and free healthcare providers focused on supporting and advocating for quality care for vulnerable populations. Its mission is to connect and strengthen Ohio’s healthcare safety net through resource sharing, organizational development, capacity building, and advocacy with the state legislature & charitable donors. https://www.charitablehealthcarenetwork.org

 

The opportunity for the next association leader

The next CHN leader will be in an enviable position to significantly impact marginalized families and communities across the state. Guiding and reporting to a 15-member state-wide Board of Directors, the next ED will inherit a financially secure nonprofit (founded in 2000 as Ohio Association of Free Clinics, OAFC) with more than 50 member organizations in 69 of the state’s 88 counties. A discerning understanding of today’s healthcare environment and barriers facing the underserved will be paramount, as will the ability to facilitate and maintain collaborative member engagement. Advocacy or lobbying experience will be essential to promote and provide for the urgent needs of CHN member organizations’ patients. Competitive benefits & salary of $110k+.

 

Among the desired experiences, skills, and competencies

  • Academic degree(s)
  • Accomplished networker or lobbyist
  • Articulate communicator / advocate
  • Charity/nonprofit leadership
  • Comfortable asking for advice, funds
  • Common sense smarts
  • Creative forward-thinking leader
  • Desire to impact and travel the state
  • Driven, ethical can-do attitude
  • Empathy for marginalized populations
  • Extraordinarily strong people-skills
  • Finesse handling conflict, discordance
  • Flexible and adaptable leader of peers
  • Grants & fiscal management experience
  • Gravitas to work with diverse groups
  • Humility leading member association
  • Keen insights of charitable & free clinics
  • Organized, efficient leadership
  • Out of the box macro thinker
  • Record working with the underserved
  • Technology competency
  • Thought leader on social issues
  • Understanding of healthcare business
  • Using data to identify future trends

 

 

Applications

With resume, please email your personalized letter specifically addressing how your career experiences have prepared you to lead CHN. Deadline for applications (and nominations) is COB Friday, April 29, 2022. Applications will be acknowledged with confidentiality. Send to jenny@theyunkergroup.com