Mecklenburg County in North Carolina, is seeking an Assistant Health Director for Case Management & Health Partnerships to join the largest Public Health Department in the state of North Carolina. The mission of this division is to create and maintain a culture of innovation and responsiveness to the physical and behavioral health needs of Mecklenburg County residents by collaborating with law enforcement, provider agencies, consumers and families, the courts, district attorneys, public defenders, advocacy organizations, and community colleges. Current programs include CAP DA/CAP C, Child Development Service Agency, Maternal Child Health Programs, WIC, and Trauma and Justice Partnership. The successful candidate will have a proven record of establishing and managing these critical programs that provide a safety net, serve the most vulnerable among us and help individuals and families become more stable and healthy. The selected candidate will be a passionate advocate, strategic in establishing partnerships, proactive in making critical decisions, and have a history of outstanding leadership in public health service delivery. This is an excellent opportunity for a cutting-edge leader to be a part of a significant change effort. The incoming Assistant Health Director must have impeccable integrity, value teamwork, collaboration, and champion outstanding service while holding high standards for self and others. Mecklenburg County Health Department (MCHD), employs 800 FTE with a budget of $77.1 M. The Case Management & Health Partnerships Division, with approximately 315 employees, works collaboratively with community partners to provide services throughout the County. The selected candidate will have expertise managing physical and behavioral public health support services and programs and will provide oversight for policy development and executive leadership for the Case Management & Health Partnerships Division of the Health Department. The position assists the Health Director in all aspects of managing the Division and is available to act on behalf of the Health Director in his/her absence. Serving on the Executive Team, the Assistant Health Director for Case Management & Health Partnerships will join a restructured leadership team to provide cohesive, transformational leadership for the Health Department designed to improve organizational efficiency, increase employee morale, and improve delivery of health services to the community. The leader for the Case Management & Health Partnerships Division must support and encourage productive change in the organization and embrace the opportunity to join a newly restructured Public Health Department.
Required Education & Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health, Human Services, Public Administration, Nursing, Social Work, Counseling or related degrees; Six (6) years of progressively responsible management experience directly related to the public health case management and behavioral health community services division scope of responsibility; and/or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Preferred Education & Experience: Master’s Degree in Public Health, Healthcare Administration, Public Administration, Nursing, Social Work, Counseling or related degree; Six (6) years of public health senior management level experience with responsibilities including the management of case management and behavioral health community services; Licensure as behavioral health clinical practitioner, clinical addiction specialist, or board-certified nurse executive. COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: A competitive salary based on experience will be offered for the Assistant Health Director for Case Management & Health Partnerships Division position with generous benefits. Benefits include medical, dental, vision care, flexible spending accounts, short- and long-term disability as well as basic and supplemental term life insurance. The selected candidate will be automatically enrolled into the North Carolina Local Government Retirement System upon their employment. In addition, there is optional participation in one of two deferred compensation plans, a 457 Plan or 401(k) Plan, with a 5% match from the County. To apply, please go to the Developmental Associates application portal (or paste https://www.developmentalassociates.com/client-openings/client-positions/ into your browser) and then follow the links to the Assistant Health Director for Case Management & Health Partnerships – Mecklenburg, County, NC posting. All candidates must complete an online application and may upload additional materials if desired. Resume review will begin on 15 October 2017. Interviews and skill assessments for selected semi-finalists will be held November 12-14, 2017 in Charlotte. All inquiries should be emailed to http://email@example.com . Mecklenburg County Is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Values Diversity at All Levels of Its Workforce. Recruitment and Selection handled by Developmental Associates, LLC