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20181213_physician_wanted_family_internal_or_emergency_leavenworth20190115 Physician wanted—family, internal or emergency; LeavenworthCareer CenterShared_Content/Career_Center/20181213_physician_wanted_family_internal_or_emergency_leavenworth<div class="col-md-12"> <div class="col-md-5 pull-right"><img alt="" src="/images/Logos/CMC%20Logo%20-%20vertical.jpg" class="pull-right" /></div> <h5>January 15, 2019</h5> <h2>Physician wanted - family, internal or emergency; Leavenworth</h2> <p> Cascade Medical (CM), a critical access hospital located in beautiful downtown Leavenworth in the Cascade foothills of central Washington, is looking for a board-certified family medicine, internal medicine or emergency physician to serve as emergency department (ED) medical director and work full-time in our emergency department with fantastic colleagues and support staff, as well as our wonderful patients in a supportive community environment. To apply: please apply on our website (<a href=""></a>) with resume and cover letter of interest, including salary requirements. </p> </div>1/15/2019 12:00:00 AM1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM
20190111_physicians_wanted_primary_or_urgent_care_oregon_and_southwest_washington20190111 Physicians wanted-primary or urgent care, Oregon and southwest WashingtonCareer CenterShared_Content/Career_Center/20190111_physicians_wanted_primary_or_urgent_care_oregon_and_southwest_washington<div class="col-md-12"> <h5>January 11, 2019</h5> <h2>Physicians wanted-primary or urgent care, Oregon and southwest Washington</h2> <p> Patient-Focused. Evidence-Based. Physician-Led. </p> <p> When you join Northwest Permanente, P.C., you will have the chance to practice in an environment that offers ample opportunity to pursue and achieve your personal and professional goals. You will benefit from a comprehensive network of support services and a talented team of colleagues who share your passion for medicine and patient care. </p> <p> We invite you to consider primary care or urgent care opportunities with our physician-managed, multi-specialty group of more than 1,500 physicians and clinicians who care for more than 600,000 members throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington. </p> <p> <strong>PRIMARY CARE and URGENT CARE PHYSICIANS</strong> </p> <p> Opportunities available in Portland and Salem, OR and southwest Washington, including Longview. </p> <p> As one of the nation's pre-eminent health care systems and a benchmark for comprehensive, integrated and high-quality care, we offer a variety of opportunities to grow and hone your skillset. We offer leadership, research and teaching opportunities, as well as new physician mentorship programs, cross-specialty collaboration, career growth and stability. </p> <p> Our physicians enjoy: </p> <ul> <li>Competitive salary and benefit package</li> <li>Student loan assistance program</li> <li>Education stipend and leave for continued medical education</li> <li>Professional liability coverage</li> <li>Generous retirement programs</li> </ul> <p> Join us and be a part of something unique, something special, something that matters. </p> <p> To apply, please visit: <a href=""></a>. Please contact Sr. Recruiter, Marisa Walter, at <a href=""></a> or (503) 813-1045, with any questions. Equal Opportunity Employer. </p> </div>1/11/2019 12:00:00 AM1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM
20190108_physicians_wanted_urgent_care_western_and_eastern_washington20190108 Physicians wanted - urgent care, Western and Eastern WashingtonCareer CenterShared_Content/Career_Center/20190108_physicians_wanted_urgent_care_western_and_eastern_washington<div class="col-md-12"> <h5>January 8, 2019</h5> <h2>Physicians wanted - urgent care, Western and Eastern Washington</h2> <p> MultiCare Health System Urgent Care Clinics in Washington are seeking board certified family medicine or emergency medicine physicians for Covington (full-time), Poulsbo (part-time/per diem), Spokane (full-time or per diem). Clinics operate seven days a week. X-ray, lab, EPIC medical record system. </p> <p> For more information email Lori at <a href=""></a>. </p> </div>1/8/2019 12:00:00 AM1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM
20190104_policy_analyst20190104 Policy AnalystCareer CenterShared_Content/Career_Center/20190104_policy_analyst<div class="col-md-12"> <h5>January 4, 2019</h5> <h2>Policy Analyst</h2> <p> The Washington State Medical Association (WSMA) has an opening for a Policy Analyst to assist and advise the government affairs and policy team with analysis of issues related to medicine and the profession at the state agency, legislative, regulatory levels, including: </p> <ul> <li>Researching and analyzing state, federal, regulatory, and agency policy to inform WSMA's policy and advocacy agenda.</li> <li>Coordinating WSMA's internal policy development and aligning it with communications and advocacy work.</li> <li>Developing policy expertise on subjects as assigned.</li> <li>Developing relationships with key stakeholders at the state, other associations, and lobbyists.</li> <li>Developing and managing special projects as assigned.</li> <li>Attending meetings, hearings, and stakeholder work and reporting out to staff team.</li> <li>Communicating effectively with members of the legislature, their staff, and stakeholders.</li> <li>Keeping staff team, members and WSMA leaders informed on policy work as directed by Director of Policy.</li> <li>Assisting members in following important state laws, regulations and assisting in implementation of new laws and regulations when appropriate.</li> <li>Communicating to WSMA members on federal rules and significant federal legislation affecting physicians, including comments from the American Medical Association (AMA).</li> <li>Representing WSMA’s position on federal issues with state’s congressional delegation and the AMA policy team.</li> <li>Assisting members in following important federal and state laws, regulations and assisting in implementation of new laws and regulations when appropriate.</li> <li>Providing staff support to House of Delegates reference committees and other committees and workgroups as assigned.</li> <li>Keeping WSMA policy compendium updated.</li> <li>Representing WSMA at outside workgroups and committees as assigned.</li> <li>Collaborating with communications and membership departments to update membership on related health policy activities.</li> <li>Overseeing other duties and special projects as deemed appropriate by the Director of Policy</li> </ul> <p> Requirements: </p> <p> The ideal candidate will be a strong collaborative team player who thrives in a fast-paced environment, plus have the following experience/skills: </p> <ul> <li>Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience preferred.</li> <li>A minimum three years’ experience with a health care related organization.</li> <li>Understanding of health care policy. </li> <li>Knowledge of state, federal and, local political processes.</li> <li>Knowledge of private insurance carrier payment policies and processes.</li> <li>Ability to conceptualize, analyze, and communicate complex health policy issues to internal and external stakeholders.</li> <li>Ability to build effective relationships and represent the WSMA in a professional and confident manner.</li> <li>Excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal relations.</li> <li>Ability to produce high-quality reports/memos and documents with limited supervision.</li> <li>Excellent verbal and written communications.</li> <li>Ability to work independently, set priorities, set and meet deadlines, and achieve goals with minimal supervision.</li> <li>Ability to track and assimilate multiple projects and issues in a rapidly-changing environment.</li> <li>Proficiency in use of MS Word, Outlook, MS Excel, and PowerPoint.</li> <li>Proficiency in conducting online research and reporting.</li> </ul> <p> Starting salary DOE plus an excellent benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, 401(k) plan, vacation, holiday, and sick pay, plus an Orca card for commuting. </p> <p> Interested candidates may email a cover letter highlighting relevant experience, resume, and salary expectations to <a href=""></a>. </p> </div>1/4/2019 12:00:00 AM1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM
20181213_manager_association_management_department20181213 Manager, Association Management DepartmentCareer CenterShared_Content/Career_Center/20181213_manager_association_management_department<div class="col-md-12"> <!-- div class="col-md-5 pull-right"><img alt="" src="/images/Logos/CMC%20Logo%20-%20vertical.jpg" class="pull-right" /></div --> <h5>December 13, 2018</h5> <h2>Manager, Association Management Department</h2> <p> The manager of the Association Management Department is responsible for providing overall leadership to all societies being managed by the WSMA, including supervising all staff in the department and serving as executive director for contracted societies as needed. </p> <p> <strong>Responsibilities:</strong> Specific responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to, the following: </p> <ul> <li>Overall management of the association management department including supervising and mentoring staff, and providing back up to association executives in the event of scheduling conflict or illness.</li> <li>Providing executive director services to state, regional or national specialty societies when necessary based on staffing levels and the number of contracted societies, including:</li> <ul> <li>Assisting society leadership with developing budgets to support key objectives and fulfill the mission of each association;</li> <li>Working with education chairs and speakers to coordinate continuing medical education activities in compliance with established accreditation criteria;</li> <li>Planning and coordinating association meetings;</li> <li>Developing board meeting agendas, support materials, and minutes of board meetings;</li> <li>Providing staff leadership to support association committees;</li> <li>Membership recruitment and retention;</li> <li>Managing publication of newsletters, including writing and editing;</li> <li>Acting as the liaison between national and state or regional associations;</li> <li>Coordinating some legislative activities; and</li> <li>Traveling to state or national meetings.</li> </ul> <li>Work collaboratively with WSMA staff in utilizing necessary WSMA resources to carry out the department's goals and objectives.</li> </ul> <p> <strong>Qualifications: </strong>The ideal candidate will enjoy a fast-paced and varied work environment, plus have a minimum of five years related experience, preferably with association experience in a health related specialty. Bachelors degree preferred. Must have a high level of professionalism, the ability to communicate effectively with Board and volunteer committee members, strong marketing skills to promote membership and educational activities, and be committed to providing a high level of member support at all levels. Advocacy experience helpful. Experience supervising and mentoring employees preferred. Requires some local and out-of-state travel and occasional evening and weekend meetings. </p> <p> <strong>Interested Candidates:</strong> The position is full-time (35 hours/week) in downtown Seattle. Starting salary DOE plus an excellent benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance, 401(k) plan, vacation, holiday, and sick pay, plus an Orca card for commuting. </p> <p> Interested candidates may email a cover letter highlighting relevant experience, resume, and salary expectations to <a href=""></a>. </p> </div>12/13/2018 12:00:00 AM1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM

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