Executive Director, Texas College of Emergency Physicians
Texas College of Emergency Physicians
Location: Austin, TX
Type: Full Time
This is a full-time position, with some travel required. The TCEP office is in downtown Austin; staff of two full-time employees. Salary of $125,000 + depending on qualifications. TCEP offers a full package of benefits including a retirement plan.
TCEP is a chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians ( ACEP).
4 Year Degree
The Texas College of Emergency Physicians is a 501c(6) organization representing over 2100 emergency physicians in Texas, working toward the common goal of furthering the specialty of emergency medicine in Texas.
The Executive Director is responsible for leading the non-profit for the organization to achieve its mission, goals, and objectives. TCEP is seeking a dynamic, fast paced, and experienced leader, ideally who holds certification as an association executive (CAE). Minimum of 2 years experience as an Executive Director, or minimum of 5 years of senior -level experience in association management. Other leadership experience in the healthcare arena, or a background in health policy will be considered an asset.
The Executive Director serves as the primary liaison between the association and its members, partner organizations, and the public, reporting to the Board of Directors. The Executive Director will lead the development and implementation of strategic plans, as well as oversee the day-to-day operations of the organization. The successful candidate must demonstrate integrity, honesty, humility, and genuine approachability. We hope to identify a candidate who can continue to improve the work of the organization in powerful and innovative ways.
The search for the Executive Director is being conducted by a TCEP Search Committee. Send resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org by June 12th.
Leadership: Provide leadership and guidance to the Board of Directors, executive officers, staff, volunteers, and members of the association. Foster a culture of collaboration, innovation, and continuous improvement.
Membership: Build and maintain relationships with the association's members, and plan recruitment and retention efforts. Ensure that members are engaged and informed, and that their needs and interests are represented in the association's activities.
Financial Management: Develop and manage the association's budget, ensuring that resources are allocated effectively and efficiently and align with strategic goals. Communicate clearly with the Board on all fiscal matters. Work cooperatively with external accounting firm in order to complete annual financial reviews and audits in a timely manner.
Professional Knowledge: Possess a broad understanding of many aspects of the practice of medicine, including health care policy, payment reform, state, and national legislative initiatives.
Administration: Oversee the day-to-day operations of the association, including staff management, program development, event planning, and non-dues income. Perform all other corporate functions including board minutes, legal documents, audits, annual reports, lobby filings, Form 990, and national reports to the American College of Emergency Physicians.
Communication: Maintain relationships with state leaders within the field of emergency medicine as well as across all specialties in effort to collaborate with existing and emerging health care initiatives. Assist TCEP Board President in any public communication including press releases, interviews, and articles. Provide editorial oversight of all TCEP print, social media, website and electronic communications.
Advocacy: Represent the EM community on public policy issues. Collaborate with contracted lobbyists. Coordinate and oversee TCEP Legislative Advocacy Council. Coordinate with the American College of Emergency Physicians on national issues.
Strategic Vision and Strategy: Assist in development and implementation of a compelling vision and , in partnership with the Board and members, develop goals, strategies and tactics in the form of annual plans that serve as key roadmaps with accountability to the strategies developed. Work with the board of directors to establish priorities, allocate resources, and measure performance.
Bachelor's degree in a related field; advanced degree preferred.
Minimum of 2 years as Executive Director of an association. Or minimum of 5 years of experience in a leadership role in a non-profit organization, preferably in a medical specialty association, and with small staff experience.
Certified Association Executive designation (CAE) preferred.
Skills and Qualifications:
Demonstrated leadership skills including conveying a compelling organizational vision and ability to execute that vision with limited resources.
Strong budgeting and financial management skills.
Excellent organizational and technology skills. With a small staffed office, you will be hands-on, managing many projects at the same time.
Proven ability to collaborate, lead and manage volunteers, as well as supervise small teams, with a history of successful staff development and engagement.
Experience with planning meetings and educational programs.
Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills, including written and verbal communication, and the ability to build relationships and work collaboratively with diverse stakeholders.
Experience in advocacy and public relations, with the ability to communicate effectively with a variety of stakeholders.
Demonstrated commitment to the mission and values of the association.
The Texas College of Emergency Physicians represents over 2100 physician members. The office, located in downtown Austin, is manned by two full time employees.Mission: TCEP exists to promote quality emergency care for all patients and to represent the professional interests of our members.