Executive Director/CEO, Government Relations, Health
4 Year Degree
Our company provides full-service management to trade and professional associations, as well as specialized services including non-profit financial management and event coordination. We are seeking a full-time Executive Director to support one of our new clients, the Maryland MCO Association (MMCOA), which is a trade association for Maryland’s managed care organizations. The Executive Director will manage the MMCOA’s daily operations and advocate on behalf of industry priorities while upholding the highest ethical standards and acting with a focus on the MMCOA’s mission.
Advocating on behalf of the MMCOA before the Maryland legislature, executive branch, and administrative agencies.
Effectively collaborating with the Board of Directors, Board President, and Executive Officers to achieve Association goals.
Acting as spokesperson to represent the MCOs as one voice and communicating the Association’s mission, goals, and positions to external stakeholders.
Preparing materials, including agendas, for regularly scheduled Board meetings and assisting the President of the MMCOA with running the meetings.
Providing strategic planning and insight to the Board with plans for execution.
Education & Experience – A bachelor’s degree and at least 5-7 years of relevant work experience. Experience with association management, health care and/or Medicaid, advocacy and government relations services before the Maryland General Assembly and the Maryland Department of Health is preferred.
Skills, Knowledge & Abilities – The ideal candidate will be organized, proactive, and visionary with exceptional attention to detail. Applicants must be comfortable with presenting, informing and motivating individuals and groups about the MMCOA mission and philosophy, demonstrate an ability to set a positive and productive culture for the Board, and have proven experience working effectively with a diverse group of stakeholders.
Travel – Frequent meetings in the Annapolis and Baltimore-area.
Job Location – This is predominantly a telecommuting position. Must be based in Annapolis during legislative session (January – April).
Benefits include paid vacation and sick days, fully-paid health insurance (for individual coverage), life insurance, retirement plan match, additional voluntary benefits, and professional development support.
Additional Salary Information: Please provide a cover letter with salary requirements, when applying for this position.
No phone inquiries will be accepted.
About Stringfellow Management Group, Inc.
Accredited Baltimore-area Association Management Company.