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The Executive Director serves as the head and most visible advocate of the leading organization in the state for addressing health concerns of the Latino community through public policy and advocacy. The Executive Director oversees the development and implementation of LCHC’s operational and policy strategic plan and serves as its chief fundraiser. Specifically, s/he is responsible for financial management and reporting, fundraising, program development and implementation, public policy and advocacy, managing staff and board development, and communications.
- Bachelor’s Degree in a related field is required. Master’s or Professional Degree preferred.
- 5-10 years experience or knowledge of public policy and advocacy in the health and health care arena
- Advanced degree in health policy, public policy, public administration, or health law
- Proven financial management and fundraising skills
- Experience in policy and advocacy
- Minimum of seven years work experience
- Proven leadership skills
- Superior oral and written communication skills, preferably in both English and Spanish
- Superior strategic thinking and planning skills
- High standard of ethics and integrity
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