Fort Collins, Colorado
Regular Full-time position (40 hrs/wk) with benefits.
Responsible for: Managing the Health District’s Dental Services, including planning, budgeting and financial management, staff management, critical function oversight, customer service, records and data collection and management, development of policies and procedures, grants management, etc. Provide training and compliance for HIPAA for the entire organization; crisis intervention training; outreach; etc.
Duties include: 1) the management and quality assurance of Health District Dental programs 2) implementation and continuous improvement of dental services standards, policies and procedures, 3) management of related grant funding, 4) continuous analysis of and adaptation to community need for dental services, 5) HIPAA (and other related) training and compliance for the entire organization, 6) assurance of crisis intervention training for staff, and 7) other duties as assigned.
An hour north of Denver, Fort Collins is home to Colorado State University and a wealth of cultural and recreational opportunities. Often rated one of the best places to live in the U.S., Fort Collins boasts a strong economy, a thriving music and arts scene, and a vibrant historic downtown with numerous fine dining establishments. An outstanding local school system and youth recreation make the area ideal for raising a family. Fort Collins is a bike-friendly community with miles of trails and open space, and its craft breweries have garnered national acclaim. Nearby are national forests, the “wild and scenic” Cache La Poudre River, and Rocky Mountain National Park, which are prime locations for hiking, fishing, camping, hunting, and whitewater rafting. Fort Collins is a forward-looking community with small-town charm.
Required: Master’s degree in relevant field (business administration, health and/or human services administration, public administration) or a degree in dentistry (DDS); at least two years of comprehensive experience, knowledge and skills in management in a dental, medical, or health and/or human services setting (see job announcement for detail). Special consideration given for experience managing a clinic or other similar programs in a public or not-for-profit organization, etc.
Salary Range: $82,000 to $89,000 per year DOQ