Purpose of the Position: Reporting to the Affinity Legacy Board of Directors, the Executive Director will have overall responsibility for carrying out the organization’s mission and vision, representing and speaking for the organization as the primary public representative of Affinity Legacy, and managing day-to-day operations to achieve the strategic direction set by the Board.
Assure that Affinity and its mission, programs and services are consistently presented in a strong, positive image to relevant stakeholders as an advocate to governmental, regulatory, and community constituencies.
Oversee the daily operations of the organization, including the adherence to all regulatory compliance and reporting requirements necessary to maintain the good standing of Affinity Legacy within the State of New York.
Create annual operating plans that support the strategic direction of Affinity Legacy, including the submission of annual budgets to the Board for approval.
Oversee the management and distribution of charitable funds as directed by the Affinity Community Workgroup and the Affinity Legacy Board.
Oversee and finalize all obligations of Affinity Legacy and Affinity Health Plan as outlined in the Asset Purchase Agreement between Affinity Health Plan and Molina Healthcare.
Oversee and maintain the financial integrity of Affinity Legacy and the management of proceeds from the sale of Affinity to Molina Health care.
Oversee and supervise the activities and actions of the Escrow Agent assigned to manage the Escrow funds created as part of the sale transaction of Affinity Health Plan to Molina Healthcare.
Work with the Affinity Legacy Board to evaluate, recommend and approve or disapprove any and all requests for funding from the Escrow account.
Create and execute a plan for the final dissolution of Affinity Legacy.
Support the Board in its governance role, keeping the Board fully informed of important internal and external developments related to the ongoing operation and maintenance and success of Affinity Legacy.
Demonstrated understanding and endorsement of the Affinity mission, vision and values.
Minimum of 10 years of industry experience, in a “C” level executive capacity. Evidence of progressive responsibility for multiple functional areas.
Minimum of 7 years of work experience in insurance, health care, or managed care.
Master’s Degree in a relevant discipline (such as business or health care administration), or equivalent experience that demonstrates knowledge of multiple disciplines and analytical skills.
Broad and deep knowledge of Health Plan operations and Health Plan financial management.
Excellent writing and verbal communication skills, characterized by the ability to clearly articulate complex concepts.
Strong qualitative, quantitative and process analytical skills, demonstrated by ability to identify and use information and data to set priorities, make decisions, and measure performance.
Excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills.
Past success working with a Board of Directors with the ability to cultivate existing board member relationships.
Positive attitude, mission-driven, and self-directed. Demonstrated high degree of integrity, trustworthiness, respect for others, and ability to deal appropriately with confidential and sensitive information.
Strong leadership and advanced interpersonal skills, demonstrated by ability to a) clearly articulate vision and expectations, b) get diverse groups and individuals, internal and external to the organization, to work together effectively, c) achieve consensus in decision-making, d) negotiate, mediate, and resolve conflicts constructively, and e) effectively establish expectations, evaluate performance, and hold self and others accountable. Demonstrated ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people
Good judgment in a) seeking and using information to support decision-making, b) anticipating the consequences of decisions and actions, c) communicating information, d) interacting constructively with others both within and outside the organization, e) maintaining confidentiality, as appropriate, f) using corporate resources, and g) choosing actions that are beneficial to, and consistent with, the mission, goals, culture and style of the organization.
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