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Career Opportunities

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

The HSC Health Care System


The HSC Health Care System is a nonprofit health care organization committed to serving families and adults with special health care needs and eliminating barriers to health care services. The System combines the resources of a health plan (Health Services for Children with Special Needs, Inc.), pediatric specialty hospital (The HSC Pediatric Center), home health agencies (HSC Home Care, LLC and HSC Health and Rehabilitative Services), and parent foundation (The HSC Foundation) to offer a comprehensive approach to caring, serving and empowering people with disabilities.

HSC employs over 700 staff members, with operating revenue of approximately $225 million annually. Strategic plans include further expansion of services into broader territories, including Virginia. As a first-of-its-kind health system in Washington, DC with more than a century of experience, The HSC Health Care System remains committed to changing the lives of the people we serve through expert medical care, care coordination and advocacy. Today, we are known for our expertise in treating children, teens and adults who have disabilities and complex medical conditions.

The Position

The Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will serve as an integral member of the system-wide executive team and provide strategic advice to internal and external System stakeholders. The CFO will report to and partner closely with the CEO to provide financial discipline and integrity to support the System’s achievement of the strategic plan and safeguard the organization’s financial assets.

Specifically, the CFO will oversee the System’s Support Services Centers (including Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology and Operations Support). The CFO will bring a deep knowledge of the health care industry, including current standards and best practices in leveraging technology to streamline financial functions and an understanding of the laws, regulations, and compliance issues that govern both managed care services operations and provider services health care operations, including home care and care coordination practices and innovations. The CFO will be charged with driving the enhancement, expansion and ongoing refinement of all programs and initiatives to support the necessary financial, technical, and organizational changes that are required to ensure the future success of the System.

Supervisory Responsibilities

The Executive Vice President and CFO will lead and supervise the Support Services Center to include the Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology and Operations Support teams. The Executive Vice President & CFO carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies, procedures, and applicable laws.

Professional Qualifications / Education and Knowledge

Candidates must have a graduate degree in Finance, Business, Accounting, Health Care Administration or a related field. CPA certification is preferred, but not required. Candidates must also possess a proven working knowledge of managed health care issues, strategies and challenges.

Experience

The Executive Vice President and CFO will have at least fifteen years of progressive management experience in, or providing consultation to, integrated and consolidated health care delivery systems. Knowledge of and experienced in complying with federal and local legislation affecting the operation of integrated health care systems. Working experience in dealing with banking, investment, real estate and other finance transactional areas.

For Immediate Consideration

Interested parties should send a resume and cover letter to Barbara Sheppard, Human Resources Manager, 1101 Vermont Avenue, NW, Suite 1200, Washington, DC 20005. Online applications are also being accepted at https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=15493511.

All contact with The HSC Health Care System will remain confidential.

Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Managed Care

Health Services for Children with Special Needs, Inc.


Health Services for Children with Special Needs, Inc., (HSCSN) is one component of The HSC Health Care System, a nonprofit health care organization committed to serving people with complex health care needs and eliminating barriers to health services. HSCSN serves children and young adults up to age 26 who live in Washington, DC and receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI). We focus on young people with special health care needs. In doing so, HSCSN provides children with the kind of attention and level of care that helps make their life as full as possible.

The Position

The Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Managed Care will serve as an integral member of the system-wide executive team and is responsible for assessing, designing and maintaining the most effective management and organizational structure to achieve the best possible results for HSCSN. In addition, the COO/EVP Managed Care will be responsible for exploring other managed care opportunities in the DC metropolitan area. This position provides overall management and oversight of contract negotiation, development and compliance; strategic planning; business development; care coordination and external provider compliance; productivity; member satisfaction and quality; financial planning and execution; employee relations; provider relationships; and community and governmental affairs.

Supervisory Responsibilities

The Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Managed Care will lead and supervise members of the HSCSN leadership team responsible for Medical Affairs, Care Management/Utilization Management, Claims, Quality and Accreditation, Risk Management, Provider Operations and Contracting, Member Services, Program Management, and Outreach services.

Professional Qualifications / Education and Knowledge

Candidates must have a graduate or advanced professional degree in management, medicine, health services delivery or a related field. A proven working knowledge of managed health care issues, strategies and challenges is required.

Experience

The Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Managed Care will possess management experience as COO or senior administrative officer of a health plan, preferably in leading, organizing and managing major projects, clinical and business services and functions. Knowledge of and experienced in complying with federal and local legislation affecting the operation managed care organizations (MCOs). Verbal communication skills relevant to individual, small and large group discussion. Written communication skills that are qualitative, analytical and concise. Demonstrated ability to lead and incite teams and maintain positive professional relationships with team members and physicians.

Demonstrated knowledge and ability in large scale project management, including strategic planning, business planning, financial and market analysis, contract negotiation, team facilitation and creative problem solving. Ability to develop strong working relationships with physicians and other health care professionals. Demonstrated knowledge of health care reimbursement principles, information systems, cost management, quality improvement and customer service concepts. Analytical, organizational, negotiation and problem-solving skills, with the ability to identify and achieve goals. Ability to negotiate a favorable outcome under difficult conditions. Self-motivated with demonstrated ability to take initiative, prioritize work, manage time and respond effectively to rapidly changing environment. Demonstrates service excellence and positive interpersonal relations in dealing with others, including members and families, employees, managers, medical staff, volunteers and community members, so that productivity and positive relations are maximized. Ability to manage a culturally diverse work force. Understands challenges of managing at-risk populations. Understands the needs of health plan operations in order to create and sustain a high performing delivery system. Capacity to identify, design, and implement new strategies and programs to support the organization’s mission. Capacity to generate financial and service results to sustain and improve the organization’s ability to meet the needs of its member population. Ability to develop and maintain high-level community and professional working relationships and contacts to aid the organization. Capacity to articulate the organizational goals, objectives and mission in a compelling manner. Capacity to respond effectively to competitive and performance challenges, through learning from others, collaboration, consolidation, elimination of non-performing services and the development of new services.

For Immediate Consideration

Interested parties should send a resume and cover letter to Barbara Sheppard, Human Resources Manager, 1101 Vermont Avenue, NW, Suite 1200, Washington, DC 20005. Online applications are also being accepted at https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=15507491.

All contact with The HSC Health Care System will remain confidential.

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