Open Positions: Director and Associate

The Health Care Transformation Task Force (HCTTF or Task Force) is a nonprofit industry consortium that brings together purchasers, payers, providers and patients to align private and public sector efforts to accelerate transformation of the U.S. health care system to one that focuses on value-based, person-centered payment and care delivery models. Through its leading national voice promoting value-based transformation, HCTTF helps its members progress in their individual value-based care journeys by facilitating shared learnings and shaping operational and public policies and best practices that promote innovation to improve outcomes and comprehensive wellness for communities and the diverse people they serve.

There are two available full-time positions located in Washington, DC. Interested applicants should send an email expressing their position of interest and qualifications accompanied by a current resume/curriculum vitae and three references to jobs@hcttf.org and state their salary requirements.

Director

HCTTF seeks experienced candidates for a Director position to serve multiple functions on a fast-paced, collaborative team. Reporting to the Executive Director, this position will be responsible for a varied portfolio of analytical, operational, and technical matters integral to the advancement and maturation of value-based payment and care delivery initiatives, including through member-focused shared learnings. The Director will be responsible for delivering on the organization’s strategic objectives related to promoting effective value-based operational policies through implementation leadership opportunities. Read the Director position description below for detailed responsibilities and requirements.

Director position description

Associate

HCTTF seeks experienced candidates for an Associate position on a fast-paced, collaborative team. Reporting to the Senior Director, this position will perform a wide variety of duties related to communications and press strategies, graphic design, and administrative support. The Associate will be responsible for ensuring HCTTF’s external communications are consistent with the organization’s strategic objectives while providing administrative and logistical staff support for management and various shared learning initiatives. Read the Associate position description below for detailed responsibilities and requirements.

Associate position description