Healthcare Jobs

Vice President, Strategic Community Partnerships

Establish and facilitate new cross-sector partnerships that comprehensively and creatively meet the mental health and related well-being needs of the community. Serve as a catalyst to champion community health projects and facilities where MHCD is a key partner in improving overall health and well-being in Denver. These projects can include housing, replications of the Dahlia Campus model as well as new approaches to serving homeless youth. Will have overall responsibility for guiding the planning process and for overseeing the implementation and direction of strategic community partnerships – ensure effective communication and accountability within planning process and drive momentum for implementation of our community initiatives. Collaborate closely with other members of Mental Health Center of Denver’s Executive Management team to accomplish strategic goals.

Executive Director

The Executive Director (ED) is the business unit leader responsible for the growth and profitability of their market(s) through successful execution on organizational strategies.

Director of Major Gifts and Planned Giving

The Director of Major Gifts and Planned Giving oversees and manages all aspects of major gifts campaigns for MCPN Annual Fund as it relates to all levels. They are responsible for overall budgetary goal in this category can range from ($200,000 – $600,000) annually. They are responsible for preparation of written materials including donor correspondence and solicitation materials. They serve as the primary liaison with Major Gift’s committee/Fund Development Committee. They work with these committees to develop solicitation levels and varied campaigns as required. They are in charge of development and maintenance of strategies to reach MCPN fundraising goals and objectives and facilitates personal solicitation of prospects for the entire organization. They provide coordination of major gifts cultivation and recognition events. They maintain prospect and donor database as it relates to all Major gifts campaigns. They play an active role in the development of special events and attendance at all donor related events required.

Director of Donor Relations

MISSION STATEMENT: Clínica Tepeyac’s (Tepeyac) mission is to provide culturally competent health care and preventive health services for the medically underserved.

Now in its 23rd year, Clínica Tepeyac is a community health center providing integrated physical and behavioral health care to almost 5,000 individuals from across the Denver Metro Area on an annual basis. Clínica Tepeyac has distinguished itself as a dynamic organization dedicated to promoting health equity, with a particular strength serving the Latino immigrant community. Clínica Tepeyac maintains an unwavering commitment to providing high quality patient care, continual quality improvement, and treating each patient with the highest level of respect and compassion. Clínica Tepeyac is actively pursuing a strategic vision to more than double patient visit capacity, with the addition of pharmacy and dental services in the next 3-5 years.

JOB SUMMARY:

Clínica Tepeyac is a $4.9 million operation that relies on philanthropic support for two-thirds of its revenue. Additionally, the organization is preparing for a major capital campaign to fund a new clinical facility. Reporting to the Chief Strategy Officer, this fund development position is responsible for cultivating ongoing and increased support from individuals and corporations with the capacity to consider a major gift to support Tepeyac’s work in ensuring that the most vulnerable among us continue to have access to quality, culturally responsive and integrated health care.

This position will be responsible for securing funds for Clínica Tepeyac by developing and managing a group of assigned, qualified donors, assuring that as many as possible are retained as continuing donors to the organization and are upgraded in their giving and involvement. The Director is responsible for leading the capital campaign, including direct solicitation of gifts and coordination of other staff and volunteers in additional cultivation and solicitation activities.

Telligen Marketing and Communications Intern -Winter 2018

Marketing and Communications Intern – Winter, 2018

Telligen is one of the most respected health management organizations in the country. We enjoy a friendly work environment where everyone is dedicated to mutual trust, respect, and excellence. Telligen’s employee-owners are committed to finding innovative solutions, which makes us the first choice for a broad range of clients. We make a difference…in the lives of people…in the world of healthcare.

As a 100% employee-owned company, our employee-owners drive our business, our solutions and share in our success. Telligen attracts a highly qualified, diverse workforce whom display deep dedication, unwavering integrity and willingness to support the communities in which we serve.

We approach our vision to be one of the most sought-after companies to transform the health of populations by following through on our values of Ownership, Community, Ingenuity & Integrity.

Telligen works with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) on a national quality improvement contract that helps Medicare beneficiaries receive better healthcare. In this work for CMS as a Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organization (QIN-QIO), Telligen uses quality improvement principles backed by healthcare data to collaborate with healthcare providers in Colorado, Illinois and Iowa. Please visit the Telligen (www.Telligen.com) and the Telligen QIN-QIO (www.TelligenQINQIO.com) websites to learn more about our company and the QIN-QIO contract.

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