Oversee specific activities of staff and consultants with regard to advocacy, meetings, publications, membership and other activities.
Manage the building and property of the association and tenant relationships.
Maintain a high awareness of the principles, history and development of the osteopathic profession in California and the United States.
Maintain effective member relations with existing and potential association members through various communication channels to include in-person meetings, publications, social media and beyond.
Manage financial operations including creation of a balanced annual budget subject to Board approval, generation of revenues, expense control, processing of accounts receivable/ payable, oversight of monthly financial reports by contract accounting firm and review of investments with financial advisor.
Promote productive and positive working relationships with other organizations and associations including the California Medical Association, Osteopathic Medical Board of California, other State Osteopathic Associations, Executive Directors of pertinent California Associations and the American Osteopathic Association (AOA).
Maintain osteopathic Continuing Medical Education (CME) accreditation.
Maintain relationships with legislative members for purposes of advancing advocacy, public health and policy initiatives in alignment with OPSC’s mission.
Serve as a liaison and an OPSC resource to California’s colleges of osteopathic medicine.
Produce printed journal three times per year.
Provide administrative support to other osteopathic state organizations, as appropriate.
Ensure active committees.
Promote osteopathic medicine within the state.
Produce fiscally viable CME programs that provide valuable content to osteopathic physicians, including:
On-line CME programming
Develop programs/events of interest to students and residents.
Perform other duties as may be specified in the Bylaws or directed by the Board of Directors.
Computer skills in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and generic database.
Excellent oral and written communication skills to include effective presentation, public speaking, communication and media relations with experience addressing diverse groups.
Proven ability to work collaboratively with physicians, staff and administration.
Strong interpersonal skills, transparent and engaging style, innovative and collaborative.
Ability to produce accurate, thorough, and dependable results.
Knowledge and experience in general administrative and finance operations, association management and healthcare.
Ability to periodically travel within California and potentially out of state.
About Osteopathic Physicians & Surgeons of California
The Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons of California (OPSC) is a divisional (state) society of the American Osteopathic Association and an IRC 501(c)6 non-profit professional association. It is the mission of OPSC to advance the practice of osteopathic medicine as an independent, scientific and complete system of medicine for the restoration and preservation of good health, and to present programs of education and information that contribute to the effective, professional practice of osteopathic health care for the benefit of all members of the profession. We are structured to help the individual DO better serve the interests of osteopathic medicine, provide quality health care for patients; and to assist the public to better understand osteopathic medicine and its contribution to total health care. OPSC is located in the heart of downtown Sacramento, blocks away from the State Capitol.