Hospice and Palliative Care of Iredell County is an extraordinary non-profit hospice and palliative care organization with a track record of significant growth and accomplishments, having achieved Hospice Honors Elite status since 2014. Both hospice and palliative care programs are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care.
We are currently seeking a CEO to continue to lead our team to new heights. We have five office locations to serve our diverse, growing county including one 15 bed inpatient unit located in Statesville, and a second 10 bed inpatient unit in Mooresville, opening in June 2021; two Palliative Care clinics in neighboring communities in Alexander and Rowan Counties and the administrative office in Statesville.
The successful candidate will have complete responsibility for the overall leadership and management of our organization. He or she will have a strong background in communications/teamwork, operational and financial analysis, hospice beliefs/values and a strong commitment to exemplary patient care.
President/CEO is responsible for the overall hospice organization including the administration, program service delivery and financial components of the agency. President/CEO also serves as a liaison between the staff, volunteers and the community at-large to ensure program support and development. The President/CEO reports directly to the Board of Directors.
Graduate of an accredited college or university and four years’ experience in administrative management, of which two years must be in a health related program including supervisory, consultative or administrative experience OR Master’s degree in health or business administration with minimum of three years’ experience in health care, personnel, budgeting or general business administration is required.
General knowledge of office management, effective supervisory practices and planning.
Knowledge and skill in the application of health administration theory, practices, principles and techniques used in providing hospice care.
Considerable knowledge in available resources and organizations and the ability to coordinate as needed.
Knowledge in healthcare law and personnel administration.
Ability to analyze and interpret policy and procedure guidelines and resolve problems and concerns effectively with regard to Medicare, Medicaid, Private Insurance and reputable accreditation agency.
Ability to exercise good judgement in appraising situations and making decisions.
Good communication skills both in written and oral forms.
Skill in organizing workflow and coordinating activities.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is based on experience and education.
Internal Number: 2347
About Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County, Inc.
Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County (HPCIC) has served Iredell and the surrounding counties since 1984. Our mission, to honor life by providing extraordinary care with compassion, comfort and dignity to our patients, families and community, guides every decision we make. As a result, HPCIC has been awarded Hospice Honors for six consecutive years, four of those at the Hospice Honors Elite level. HPCIC provides comprehensive medical, emotional, social, and spiritual support to any resident of Iredell County and surrounding communities without distinction of age, race, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, or ability to pay. HPCIC is the leading hospice provider in our area, caring for more than 80 percent of the hospice population. Our vision is to serve our community as the most respected and trusted experts in palliative and hospice care, and is a standard we strive to reach every day, with every patient.