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Chief of Operations and Transformation

The Organization

The National Council’s vision is to make mental wellbeing, including recovery from substance use challenges, a reality for everyone. Despite overwhelming need, nearly 30 million people across the U.S. do not have access to comprehensive, high-quality, affordable mental health and substance use care when they need it.

 

Founded in 1969, the National Council for Mental Wellbeing is a membership organization that drives policy and social change on behalf of nearly 3,200 mental health and substance use treatment organizations and the more than 10 million children, adults and families they serve. We advocate for policies to ensure equitable access to high-quality services. We build the capacity of mental health and substance use treatment organizations. And we promote greater understanding of mental wellbeing as a core component of comprehensive health and health care. Through our Mental Health First Aid program, we have trained more than 2.8 million people in the U.S. to identify, understand and respond to signs and symptoms of mental health and substance use challenges.

 

The Opportunity

The Chief of Operations and Transformation, in this newly configured role, will play a critical role in the National Council’s achievement of its mission, vision and goals. In collaboration with the strategic leadership team, the Chief of Operations and Transformation will co-develop the National Council of the future, clarifying long-term vision and advising on operational priorities that will serve the needs of all departments and programs. In partnership with colleagues in the finance, contracts and technology departments, the Chief of Operations and Transformation will design, implement and transform the infrastructure needed to set up the National Council for significant future growth while ensuring smooth day-to-day operations.

 

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Vice President, People and Culture

The Organization

The National Quality Forum (NQF) is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan, membership-based organization that works to catalyze improvements in healthcare quality, outcomes, equity and affordability.

Formed in 1999 based on recommendations from the President’s Commission on Consumer Protection and Quality in the Health Care Industry, NQF has long served as the nation’s steward for health care quality measures – charged with determining which measures are scientifically and clinically sound for use in public and private sector programs. Today, roughly 420 NQF-endorsed measures are used in more than 20 federal programs providing coverage to more than 120 million Americans and by private sector payers nationwide to improve the quality and affordability of healthcare. Additionally, NQF convenes public and private sector stakeholders annually in processes that: (1) advise the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services about which measures to incorporate into its value-based payment programs; and (2) promote alignment among public and private sector payers in their use of measures for physician and hospital payment and to inform consumer choice of providers and health plans.

The Opportunity

The Vice President, People and Culture (VP) will be a true partner to the CEO and across the organization during a time of exciting organizational growth and expansion. The VP will design and oversee an aligned and adaptive talent strategy, including recruitment, staff and leadership development, retention and engagement. The VP will embrace and promote a culture that emphasizes diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), furthering the work of NQF’s DEI strategy and roadmap.

This is an outstanding opportunity for a seasoned, strategic and relationship-oriented leader with deep experience in talent management, employee engagement and culture development during times of organizational transformation.  With a proven track record supporting inclusive growth and change, the VP will support NQF’s innovative work serving public and private sector efforts to improve the quality, affordability and outcomes of U.S. healthcare.

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Chief Operating Officer

The Organization

The National Quality Forum (NQF) is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan, membership-based organization that works to catalyze improvements in healthcare quality, outcomes, equity and affordability.

Formed in 1999 based on recommendations from the President’s Commission on Consumer Protection and Quality in the Health Care Industry, NQF has long served as the nation’s steward for health care quality measures – charged with determining which measures are scientifically and clinically sound for use in public and private sector programs. Today, roughly 420 NQF-endorsed measures are used in more than 20 federal programs providing coverage to more than 120 million Americans and by private sector payers nationwide to improve the quality and affordability of healthcare. Additionally, NQF convenes public and private sector stakeholders annually in processes that: (1) advise the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services about which measures to incorporate into its value-based payment programs; and (2) promote alignment among public and private sector payers in their use of measures for physician and hospital payment and to inform consumer choice of providers and health plans.

The Opportunity

Engaging as a true partner to the CEO and across the organization, the COO will create the conditions for excellence in execution of both NQF’s core work as steward of the nation’s portfolio of quality measures and NQF’s growth and diversification of products and initiatives serving public and private sector efforts to improve the quality, affordability and outcomes of U.S. healthcare. Specifically, the COO will lead the development and use of next-generation tools and systems for operations, capacity planning and financial management. They will oversee and mentor a team (currently ~30) across critical functional areas: Finance, Information Technology, U.S. Government Contract Compliance, Project Management Office (PMO), and Enterprise Operations.

This is an outstanding opportunity for a seasoned, strategic and relationship-oriented leader and manager with a proven track record in government contracting as well as supporting organizational growth and revenue diversification.

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Democracy Rights and Governance Director

The Organization

The Packard Foundation has worked for nearly sixty years with people and communities to create enduring solutions for just societies and a healthy, resilient natural world. At a time of multiple, intertwined crises globally and here in the U.S., the Packard Foundation began in 2021 a long-planned review of its grantmaking strategies and recently rearticulated its vision and mission, reexamined its organizational values, and created a strategic framework that builds on and honors the Packard Foundation’s past while advancing justice and equity.

The Opportunity

The new U.S. Democracy, Rights and Governance initiative will seek to advance an inclusive, pro-equity and multi-racial democracy. Initial focus areas include: repairing the United States’ social fabric; supporting effective governance, civic infrastructure and election integrity; bolstering faith in institutions of government; and combatting disinformation.

Reporting initially to the President and CEO, the DRG Director will develop and manage this nonpartisan grantmaking strategy, and partner with other Foundation colleagues when their program can be strengthened through collaborative work on democracy, especially in state and regional contexts. This is an outstanding opportunity for a leader with expertise in the field of U.S. Democracy to shape and evolve the initiative from early-stage to sustained impact. The position is based in downtown Los Altos, CA. or Washington, D.C.

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