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Positions at NCHA

Equity Data Program Manager

The Equity Data Program Manager is responsible for providing project management support to multiple health equity and patient safety initiatives as part of NCHA’s vision to a North Carolina where high-quality healthcare is equitable and accessible for all. Utilizing strong project management, communication and critical thinking skills, the program manager helps ensure assigned projects are completed with a high degree of efficiency and effectiveness. This position is grant funded and will be reviewed annually based on funding availability .

Please send cover letter and resume to HR@ncha.org.  To learn more about the Equity Data Program Manager position, please click here.

Financial Services Manager

The Financial Services Manager will assist with addressing key financial services needs of member hospitals focusing largely on hospital billing and reimbursement. Coordinates and assists with implementation of various projects that meet the financial services needs of member hospitals. Supports in developing positions and policies for the Association that benefit member hospitals.

Please send cover letter and resume to HR@ncha.org.  To learn more about the Financial Services Manager position, please click here.

Grants and Programs Coordinator

The Grants and Programs Coordinator reports to the Senior Director of Operations and is responsible for performing a wide variety of detailed and complex coordination functions in support of NCHF grant management, fundraising, and general operations. Additionally, this role provides project level coordination and logistical support for multiple NCHF initiatives. This position is grant funded.

Please send cover letter and resume to HR@ncha.org.  To learn more about the Grants and Programs Coordinator position, please click here.

Program Manager

The Program Manager is responsible for providing project management support to multiple opioid initiatives of NCHF and CaroNova as part of their pursuit of a better and more equitable system of care in the Carolinas. This position will operate under the direction of the CaroNova Senior Director of Program Design and will be an integral member of multidisciplinary project-based teams that support both NCHF and CaroNova. Utilizing strong project management, communication and critical thinking skills, the Program Manager helps ensure assigned opioid projects are completed with a high degree of efficiency and effectiveness. This position is grant funded. Position will be reviewed annually based on funding availability.

Please send cover letter and resume to HR@ncha.org.  To learn more about the Program Manager position, please click here.

Vice President, Government Relations (State)

Vice President, Government Relations (State) will lead the advocacy efforts before the North Carolina legislature; monitor legislative and regulatory developments and work with team members, member GROS, and Association members to identify, respond to, and address issues of importance or concern to the membership and the field (the Association).  Key leader in sourcing and developing key policy and legislation that impacts hospitals, health systems, and other important constituents and partners.

Please send cover letter and resume to HR@ncha.org.  To learn more about the Vice President, Government Relations (State) position, please click here.

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