The State of Connecticut Department of Correction is seeking a medical organization development consultant to transform our correctional health services. This is a rare opportunity for someone with a passion for building healthcare organizations that deliver tremendous results.
We Invite You to Explore This Rare Career Opportunity
WHO WE'RE LOOKING FOR
To best guide our large and complex organization through this transition the best candidate will have at least five years' experience as an organizational change expert, will have broad leadership and change management experience in a large multifaceted health services organization; demonstrated capability to analyze and document work structures and develop quality assurance and continuous improvement mechanisms.
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate:
• Facilitate the development and execution of the Department of Corrections health services delivery strategy
• Develop the organizational design that will enable success of the health services delivery strategy
• Collaborate with DOC and health service partners to gain detailed understanding of and document the work involved with healthcare delivery
• Lead comprehensive review of health care service delivery options, develop optimize recommendations and facilitate strategic decisions with senior leadership
• Direct the execution of the selected transition plan and develop project milestone plan
• Coordinate and execute a comprehensive change management plan ensuring a timely cost-effective transition model preserving or improving level of care through transition
• Monitor and measure transition activity; provide frequent executive summaries to senior leaders
WHO WE ARE:
The Connecticut Department of Correction is a unified system. All un-sentenced and sentenced offenders are supervised by the DOC. The Department also provides supervision for offenders on parole, community release and other discretionary release programs.
The 600 employees in our health services functions provide all primary aspects of healthcare to over 14,000 members of the inmate population. This care includes general medical, diagnostic, dental and mental health. We collaborate with community resources including hospitals, clinics and transitional centers to ensure that patients receive coordinated and appropriate care.
We are a diverse agency with a wide variety of employees from correction officers, to educators to managers and skilled professionals. We value the differences that make us stronger as a team and support our mission statement:
The Department of Correction shall strive to be a global leader in progressive correctional practices and partnered re-entry initiatives to support responsive evidence-based practices aligned to law-abiding and accountable behaviors. Safety and security shall be a priority component of this responsibility as it pertains to staff, victims, citizens and offenders.
Professionalism • Respect • Integrity • Dignity • Excellence
Please reach directly to our human resources director at Jeffrey.A.Miller@CT.gov or by phoning 860.614.1131 with questions or to confirm your interest by forwarding a resume and letter of introduction before May 05, 2017.