Lumina Hospice & Palliative Care has a unique opportunity for a passionate, experienced leader to guide the organization as our Executive Director.
The Executive Director is responsible for providing leadership and direction in fulfillment of the mission and vision of Lumina. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors, and directs the development, coordination, and delivery of hospice services and programs designed to meet the end of life needs of the communities we serve; ensures development of systems and standards for the delivery of services; assures the delivery of high quality patient care, including adherence to professional best practices and standards of care, licensing and regulatory requirements; and manages the effective and efficient use of resources.
SCOPE OF POSITION:
The Executive Director provides executive leadership and direction to ensure the delivery of quality, safe and compassionate care. The ED develops organizational vision and strategic plans that actualize the mission of Lumina. As part of the Executive Team, the ED provides leadership and coaching for the management team, contributes to the culture and mission of Lumina, and models the values of Lumina. The ED provides budget and resource management, generation of revenue through marketing and implementation of new services, and assures quality care, patient satisfaction and best practice outcomes for services provided. The ED represents Lumina in the community, collaborates with businesses and other healthcare organizations, and implements proactive and strategic initiatives to assure that Lumina remains a viable, strong organization. The ED represents Lumina on the ONHA (Oregon Non-Profit Hospice Alliance) Board of Directors.
A bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, plus clinical experience, is preferred.
Demonstrated management experience, including leadership of administrative and professional team members to collaborate in the delivery high quality patient care.
Administrative skills that include strategic planning, business development, personnel management, financial management, and a strong understanding of regulatory compliance in health care settings.
A commitment to community engagement and nurturing donor relations.
Hospice experience is strongly preferred, as is understanding of and experience with healthcare financing (Medicare and Medicaid).
Excellent communication skills
An ability to embrace and prepare for healthcare of the future
Understanding and appreciation of the role of hospice in healthcare; and a commitment to the needs of terminally ill patients and their families is required.
Internal Number: Lumina-03-2019
About Lumina Hospice and Palliative Care
Lumina Hospice and Palliative Care is an independent non-profit hospice providing medical and supportive care for terminally ill patients and their families in Mid-Willamette Valley counties and adjacent areas.
Founded as Benton Hospice Service in 1980, we are the recognized regional source for the continuum of end-of-life services. We built our reputation on a commitment to promote dignity, respect choices, ease suffering and honor the grieving process.
Lumina is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other classification protected by law. Lumina is committed to a work environment characterized by dignity, courtesy and respect. Many hospice employees derive great satisfaction from the work they do, knowing they are making a difference in people's lives.
Lumina recognizes and appreciates the substantial contribution of paid staff, and in turn seeks to make employment rewarding both professionally and personally. We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package.