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Chief Executive Officer, Lynn Community Health Center (Lynn, MA)

We are pleased to announce an exciting opportunity to lead Lynn Community Health Center (LCHC) as its next Chief Executive Officer. LCHC is a vital health care resource to the people of Lynn and a recognized leader and innovator among community health centers nationwide. Lori Berry, LCHC’s CEO for the past 20 years, is retiring. The Board of Directors is seeking a seasoned health care executive and advocate to lead LCHC into the future, fulfilling its mission to provide comprehensive, affordable, patient-centered, quality health care to the community, regardless of ability to pay.

This is a time of extraordinary change for community health centers (CHCs) and for health care more broadly. Successfully navigating these changes will require a leader with knowledge of, and experience in, health care finance, operations and quality improvement. The new CEO will be a forward-thinking, culturally competent leader with a demonstrated commitment to health equity, diversity and serving underserved communities. The CEO will provide leadership in setting strategic direction and shaping policy, and will be accountable for LCHC’s overall management and performance. S/he will build organizational capacity and capabilities, foster organizational growth as appropriate, and ensure quality services and financial stability and sustainability. The new CEO will be collaborative, communicate openly, and cultivate trusting relationships with a myriad of key stakeholder groups. S/he will ensure that LCHC continues to serve as a model of excellence for its services, programs and partnerships.

The ideal candidate will be comfortable partnering with a Community Board and have proven success leading a large fast-paced, multi-faceted organization with complex administrative, financial, operational and service demands. The next CEO will be responsible for leading a team delivering high quality, patient-centered health care and ensuring that LCHC continues to be a trusted and valued resource for the people of Lynn.

Download the full job description, including scope of work and requirements here.

To nominate a candidate, or to apply, forward resume and cover letter in confidence to: E. Catlin Donnelly & Associates at lchc@ecdonnelly.com

Please do not apply directly to LCHC for this position.

For more information about LCHC, please visit their website: www.lchcnet.org


Materials and Services Acquisition Manager, Massport (Boston, MA)

Massport is currently searching for a Materials and Services Acquisition Manager, responsible for enhancing Massport operations and protecting Massport interests through ensuring the effective and efficient operation of the Purchasing Unit. Reporting to the Director of Administration, s/he supervises the work of the purchasing unit; manages procurement activity for all commodity and non-professional services for Massport; serves as the Administration & Finance representative for outreach efforts; coordinates activities with oversight departments; and prepares and monitors the unit budget. S/he develops, implements, and interprets contract and purchase order monitoring requirements.

Qualified candidates will have a bachelor’s degree and 5-7 years’ management experience, with 3-5 years’ experience in purchasing preferred. Familiarity with public procurement is preferred and excellent interpersonal, written and oral communications skills are required. Ideal candidate will have the ability to lead, motivate and train staff, and demonstrated success in managing complex projects working across departmental lines. PeopleSoft experience is preferred and working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite is required.

For more information, to make a referral, or to apply, contact Walter Holmes, Engagement Manager, at walter@ecdonnelly.com.


Business Officer, Winston-Salem State University (Winston-Salem, NC)

The purpose of the Business Officer is to assist the Assistant Vice Chancellor of Business Services in the business operations and with compliance issues. This position will be responsible for managing all the contracts and agreements in Business Service ensuring payments from our vendor partners are paid according to the contract. In addition, the Business Officer will be responsible for overseeing Business Services contract management systems and other on-line systems in the department. Position will be responsible for providing oversight to the production of monthly and annual financial reports for contracted services and University service areas recapping performance and financial audits (quarterly and annually). University service areas include Conference and Institutes, Post Office, Passport Office and Ticket Office. Duties include monthly verification of contractor campus card sales. He or she will also work on other projects assigned by the Assistant Vice Chancellor Business Services. Position will serve as Assistant Director of Business Services and Chief Financial Officer for Business Services.

Preferred Years Experience, Skills, Training , Education:

Bachelor Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration or related business area.

Three to five (3-5) years of Contract Experience strongly preferred; and minimum of two to four (2-4) years Accounting, Budgeting or Bookkeeping experience required.

For more information please contact Walter Holmes at E. Catlin Donnelly & Associates: walter@ecdonnelly.com

For a link to the online application, please click here.


Chief Financial Officer, Harbor Health Services, inc.

This is an opportunity to join the leadership team at Harbor Health Services, Inc. (HHSI), an important, mission-driven organization dedicated to providing accessible, affordable health care for all, regardless of ability to pay. The agency has a strong legacy of providing high-quality, community-based medical care and health-related services to racially, culturally, linguistically and socioeconomically diverse communities. HHSI’s beloved and long-tenured President and CEO is retiring, leaving HHSI well positioned for the future. The new President and CEO will be taking the reins in March.

In these turbulent times for health care, Harbor Health, like other providers, is facing both daunting challenges and potential opportunities. A talented CFO is needed to work closely with the CEO, Board of Directors and senior team to review, refine and implement the agency’s strategic direction and ensure its long-term financial health. The new CFO will have primary responsibility for the fiscal stewardship of HHSI’s resources, will oversee and manage all financial administration, business planning and budgeting, and will lead and manage both its Finance and IT departments. S/he will review and develop policies and procedures related to accounting, budgeting and financial planning, financial controls, investments and underwriting practices; upgrade and modernize systems to improve reporting and increase efficiencies; and develop and enhance relationships with regulators, financial institutions, payers and other stakeholders. The CFO will cultivate staff, building and maintaining a high-performing, adaptable and customer-oriented team.

The ideal candidate will have strong business acumen, a pragmatic approach, and a deep understanding of the financial and regulatory aspects of the health care industry, including community-based health care. S/he will have proven success in a leadership role for a multifaceted organization with complex financial, operational and technological demands. A big picture thinker, s/he will also be willing to roll up his/her sleeves and dig into the details. The position requires a clear communicator with impeccable integrity, who can serve as a trusted advisor to the CEO and Board on a range of issues. Expertise with large-scale process improvement efforts, system upgrades and change management will be important to the new CFO’s success.

A full job description, including scope of work and requirements, is available here.

To nominate a candidate, or to apply, forward resume and cover letter in confidence to:
E. Catlin Donnelly & Associates at hhsicfo@ecdonnelly.com


Brazelton Touchpoints Center, Boston Children’s Hospital –
National Center for Parent, Family and Community Engagement

Manager of Operations

The Brazelton Touchpoints Center at Boston Children’s Hospital is seeking an experienced Manager of Operations to support the daily administration of a National Center on Parent, Family and Community Engagement (NCPFCE/Center) federal grant awarded by the Office of Head Start and the Office of Child Care of the Administration for Children and Families.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an individual with strong project management skills and an interest in supporting families, communities, and children by contributing to the growth of a proven program focused on innovation in professional development at the national scale. This is a new, grant-funded, full-time position based in Boston, MA.

For more information on the Center and its work, please visit: http://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/tta-system/family

Download a full job description here.

How to apply: Interested and qualified applicants should send a resume and cover letter to jinevra@ecdonnelly.com. The position will remain open until filled.


Brazelton Touchpoints Center, Boston Children’s Hospital –
National Center for Parent, Family and Community Engagement

Manager of Family and Community Engagement Resources

The Brazelton Touchpoints Center at Boston Children’s Hospital is seeking a Manager of Family and Community Engagement Resources (Manager) for the National Center on Parent, Family and Community Engagement (NCPFCE/Center) federal grant awarded by the Office of Head Start and the Office of Child Care of the Administration for Children and Families. This is an excellent opportunity to help develop and implement the vision and strategy for the Center’s initiatives, leading a team responsible for identifying and translating research to inform practice on substantive issues in parent engagement and early childhood education. This is a new, grant-funded, full-time position based in Boston, MA.

For more information on the Center and its work, please visit: http://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/hslc/tta-system/family

Download a full job description here.

How to apply: Interested and qualified applicants should send a resume and cover letter to jinevra@ecdonnelly.com. The position will remain open until filled.