The Executive Director is responsible for providing overall administrative direction and professional leadership for the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association and the Oklahoma Educational Foundation of Osteopathic Medicine, assisting in organizing and facilitating the decision-making process of the Board and implementing Board directives, policies, and activities. The Executive Director is responsible for the financial management of the organizations, directs the association’s efforts to serve the osteopathic profession in Oklahoma in professional advocacy, continuing medical education, member services, fund and revenue-raising and serves as the principal spokesperson for the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association.
The Executive Director must be an individual of integrity who has strong project management and organizational skills, proven experience and success in a health care policy environment, financial management, and team leadership. They must also have strong writing and presentation skills as well as building partnerships. This position requires strategic thinking, public policy development, and a high level of energy and enthusiasm.
Applicant must have a college degree and 3-5 years of professional association and fundraising experience.
About Oklahoma Osteopathic Association
The Oklahoma Osteopathic Association (OOA) was founded in 1900 as an affiliate of the American Osteopathic Association. An Oklahoma Corporation and a true voluntary professional association, it continues to exist to promote the causes, purposes, and goals of the osteopathic profession in Oklahoma. It is a state organization OF physicians of osteopathic medicine (DOs), BY osteopathic physicians, and FOR osteopathic physicians. The OOA premise that the individual's interests are best served with a unified effort and support in an Association. The Oklahoma Osteopathic Association represents over 1300 DO physicians, as well as, osteopathic residents, interns, and students in the state.