WELLNESS COACH LEAD -Job Description
TITLE: Wellness Lead
OFFICE LOCATION: Sacramento
DEPARTMENT: Well Physician
EXEMPTION STATUS: Exempt
REPORT TO: CEO, Wellness Services:
The Wellness Lead is responsible for the on-going development and maintenance of the physician wellness program, emphasizing building county programs and providing centralized services for counties without formal wellness programs. The position will facilitate hiring, training and oversight of a remote network of coaches who provide coaching services to physicians, including peer physician coaches (likely volunteers). The position also participates in the design, implementation and facilitation of physician wellness academies and retreats. The Wellness Lead works closely with Association senior staff, physician leadership, and interested stakeholders to ensure that the programs provide marketable and relevant services to physicians.
Frequent contact with a network of coaching staff, physicians, component medical societies, and CMA staff, and external faculty.
Knowledge, Experience, Education:
Must be able to lead and motivate a team of remote independent contractors/coaches to meet programmatic objectives and adhere to department policies and procedures.
Computer, coordination of digital or telephonic meeting platforms.
Normal office environment requirements and moderate travel required to attend out-of-town meetings of the Wellness Conference, planning sessions and other events.
Salary is dependent on experience. CMA offers a competitive salary and full benefit package.
Please forward cover letter, resume, writing sample and salary requirements to email@example.com.
(This job description reflects the general level and nature of the job. It is not intended to be all inclusive.)
CMA Is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The California Medical Association (CMA) is a professional organization representing California physicians. The association was founded in 1856 by a small group of physicians who understood it was their duty to fight for their patients and profession. Confronted with the challenges of rampant quackery, epidemics of contagious disease, and a desperate need to establish standards for the profession, physician leaders of the time called upon their colleagues to help them form the Medical Society of the State of California (as it was called back then) “to develop, in the highest possible degree, the scientific truths embodied in the profession.”
For more than 160 years, CMA has pursued its mission to promote the science and art of medicine, protection of public health and the betterment of the medical profession. In recent history, CMA has contributed significant value to its more than 48,000 members with comprehensive practice tools, services and support including legislative, legal, regulatory, economic and social advocacy.
Moving forward, California physicians are looking to CMA to further reduce administrative burdens in their practices, support them in providing quality care and ensure they thrive amid industry consolidation. To best meet these needs, CMA has refined its value proposition to emphasize physician empowerment to lead the transformation of the health care system. CMA has released an ambitious 2020-2025 strategic plan that will empower physicians to lead and transform the health care system.