Chief Executive Officer
Chief Executive Officer
Curry Community Health is a 501c (3) non-profit corporation that serves as the Local Public Health Authority (LPHA) and Community Mental Health Program (CMHP) for Curry County,
Oregon under contract with the County Board of Commissioners. The CCH Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the overall management of the company under the direction of the Board of Directors including responsibility to the County Board of Commissioners for assuring that LPHA and CMHP meet all of the required mandates for these programs.
REPORTS: Board of Director
SUPERVISES Exercised: Exercises full supervision authority through administrative structure. Direct reports include Chief Financial Officer, Executive Assistant/HR Coordinator,
and Division Managers. Selects new personnel, provides for training, evaluates performance, responds to grievances and recommends personnel transaction
Works under the administrative direction of the Board of Directors who provides
general policy and program guidelines and evaluates performance through
conferences and observation of results obtained.
The CEO leads the Senior Management Team.
COMPENSATION: Competitive base Salary, depending upon experience
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Visio
location: Gold Beach Oregon
General Statement of duties/ job objectives:
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO has overall
strategic and operational responsibility for Curry Community Health’s staff,
programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. S/he will initially develop
deep knowledge of field, core programs, operations, and business plans.
The CEO provides overall direction for Curry Community Health, which includes
Public Health, Environmental Health, Mental Health Services; Health Promotion
and Prevention programs and Alcohol and Drug Treatment Programs. Assures that
programs meet the standards and mandates for the Local Public Health Authority
(LPHA) and Community Mental Health Program (CMHP). CEO assures that all duties and programs
required by Oregon Revised Statutes for the position of Public Health
Administrator and Mental Health Program Director are met. These duties may be delegated to appropriate senior management for one or both positions. This is an at-will position.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBLITIES:
The person employed in this classification must possess the capability to perform the following duties to be considered for this position. The duties are essential functions requiring the critical skills and expertise needed to meet job objectives.