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Title:                    Chief Financial Officer
Reports to:       President and CEO
Supervises:      Director of Financial Reporting, Director of Accounting
Salary range:   $168,000 – $263,000


The CFO will direct and oversee the financial and administrative activities for TRU. 


  • Bachelor’s degree in business related field, accounting or finance required
  • Minimum seven years’ experience in management of accounting & finance operations; health care experience preferred
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Develop and interpret KPI’s and ability to teach others
  • High acuity in database extraction and reporting
  • Excellent analytical and organizational skills
  • Advanced Excel skills
  • Demonstrated experience with strategic planning
  • Strong knowledge of U.S. GAAP
  • Excellent management and supervisory skills
  • Successfully pass agency required background checks and drug screening
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license, provide proof of insurance (a copy of your “Declarations Page” indicating you have $100k/$300k/$100k coverage and, have reliable transportation
  • Requires travel to multiple work locations
  • Comply with agency health screening and immunization requirements


  • Directs the fiscal and administrative functions of the organization.
  • Defines key performance indicators and educates leadership on same
  • Responsible for the internal control environment
  • Directs the preparation of the annual budget
  • Oversees reporting needs required by management, the Board, regulatory bodies and other funding sources
  • Represents TRU effectively in its relationships with all constituents
  • Leads efforts for organizational growth through mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures
  • Review and negotiate contracts
  • Plans, directs and evaluates the investment of assets and the use of resources
  • Works actively with the management team on the strategic planning process
  • Studies economic trends and projects their impact on organization’s programs
  • Negotiate and manage credit facilities and determine liquidity needs
  • Design financial modeling tools
  • Oversees audits
  • Determine risk management needs
  • Principal advisor to CEO and Board regarding financial implications of strategic and operational initiatives
  • Serves as Security Officer and retirement plan administrator for the organization
  • Participates in administrative on-call rotation
  • Contributes to the team, utilizes team resources, supports team decisions, and maintains positive working relationships with all team members

The above statements are only meant to be a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job.  The incumbents may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those stated in this description.


  • Works in a safety conscious manner which insures that safe work practices are used in order not to pose a risk to self or others
  • Models understanding of the organization’s mission and values and fosters cooperative, strong working relationships
  • Presents a professional image by dressing, speaking, and acting professional at all times
  • Supports TRU Care in the implementation of the Quality Assurance/Performance Improvement Program by sharing information and/or participating in quality initiatives and performance improvement activities
  • Adheres to TRU Care’s Standards of Conduct and reports any potential misconduct or violation of the Standards of Conduct or any federal or state laws and regulations to the President and CEO or the Guidance Line (1-888-765-7408)
  • Participates in appropriate continuing education as may be requested and/or required by their immediate supervisor; accepts personal responsibility for other educational activities to enhance their related skills and abilities; attends mandatory educational programs
  • Abides by TRU Care privacy practices, complies with the HIPAA privacy and security rules, and reports any privacy or security breaches to the Privacy or Security Officers, respectively


  • Mostly sedentary position with light (1-24 lbs.) physical demands primarily sitting, talking, and hearing with occasional lifting, carrying, pushing/pulling
  • Frequent mental demands including problem solving, supervising, organizing, planning, decision making, interpreting data, writing, typing, and reading.
  • Ability to work beyond a 40-hour workweek
  • Able to work under expectations of meeting deadlines and changing priorities 
  • Frequent use of the telephone, fax, copier, advanced computer skills

To apply, please visit

Medical Director – Hospice   
Portland, OR

To apply visit and search for Housecall Providers Medical Director – Hospice (requisition 19285) in our careers portal. If you have any difficulty submitting your resume through the online process, please let us know by emailing

Housecall Providers

Housecall Providers is a Portland area nonprofit organization and one of the largest providers of medical care exclusively in the home in the Western United States. We are proving every day that in home medical services for homebound and chronically ill patients can improve health outcomes, increase patient comfort, reduce health care costs and increase provider satisfaction. We are a proud part of the CareOregon family of health organizations.

Our Mission
Improving lives by bringing health care home
Our VisionTo sustainably transform home-based medicine so all homebound adults and those living with serious illness have access to care that improves their quality of life.
Our Values
Compassion and respect, authentic relationships, collaboration, courage, social justice
Diversity Statement
We embrace the diversity of our employees, patients, and those who care for them. Through awareness and advocacy, we are working to create health equity by recognizing and reducing barriers that affect non-dominant groups within Housecall Providers and our communities at large.
The quadruple aim is real at Housecall Providers
In home medical care for homebound patients is proven to increase patient comfort, improve health outcomes, reduce health care costs and increase provider/care team satisfaction. Housecall Providers has saved Medicare millions of dollars, while providing better care to our patients, ensuring greater patient comfort, improved health outcomes and care team satisfaction. With the population aging, more people are suffering from multiple chronic conditions and degenerative diseases. This trend will continue as roughly 10,000 baby boomers a day enter the Medicare system.

To protect the health and well-being of our members, employees and community, CareOregon requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have an approved medical or religious exception as a qualification of employment.

Candidates who receive an offer of employment by CareOregon, must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or submit a medical or religious exception request, which will be evaluated in accordance with CareOregon’s standard accommodation process.

General Statement of Duties

The Hospice Medical Director is responsible for providing clinical leadership and expertise to the hospice for the purpose of improving patient medical care and symptom palliation. This position facilitates a culture of collaboration with the hospice team and ensure integration of primary and palliative medicine by building relationships with referring PCPs and specialists. The Hospice Medical Director also identifies opportunities to improve care delivery, use resources effectively, and comply with legal, regulatory and clinical policies and procedures.  This position is an integral part of the interdisciplinary team (IDT) and attends IDT meetings as scheduled, acting as a medical resource for the team, guiding the work of those who provide direct medical services (RN, NP, PA, LPN, CNA), and assuring compliance with medical standards of care for hospice.

Essential Position Functions

Clinical Leadership and Care

  • Reviews patient eligibility for hospice services; certifies patients meet medical criteria for admission and recertification based on available prognostic indicators.
  • Assists the IDT in developing, implementing, and updating a plan of care that is coordinated with the attending physician to ensure that the needs of the patient are being met.
  • Provides coverage and support to hospice staff for provision of medical services in the absence of the attending physician or after normal business hours.
  • Renders the necessary medical management, in consultation with the attending physician, consistent with the plan of care and the patient’s needs.
  • Acts as a resource to hospice staff, patients, family members, and attending physicians regarding pain and symptom control measures.
  • Performs home visits related to patient assessment and care as needed and appropriate.
  • Ensures that medical services and support are available to hospice patients and the IDT 24/7, either directly or through arrangements.
  • Provides consultation, support, and education to the hospice IDT, attending physicians, and other colleagues regarding medical eligibility, symptom management, and any other issues related to the care of hospice patients.
  • Documents care provided in the patient’s clinical record, including evidence of end-stage-disease progression.
  • Reviews patients’ medications and other treatments to ensure they are medically necessary and cost-effective.
  • Provides clinical leadership in the development and review of clinical protocols and processes that support appropriate referral and consistent, quality care.
  • Provides guidance to hospice IDT and Ethics Committee in the resolution of conflict and ethical issues.
  • Utilizes appropriate resources to maintain knowledge and skills for the hospice care in all settings including regulatory/reimbursement guidelines and integrates into clinical practice.


  • Assures overall continuity of hospice medical services.
  • Assures that the patient receives appropriate measures to control uncomfortable symptoms.
  • Assures physician representation/participation in the development of patients’ hospice plan of care.
  • Actively participates in quality improvement initiatives and programs; identifies opportunities for quality improvement in patient care and safety.
  • Participates in organization and program budgeting and strategic planning.
  • Actively participates in the development and updating of patient care policies and emergency procedures.
  • Provides timely and appropriate response to internal and external customer needs.


  • Participates in family meetings to educate patients and families on medical conditions and the pros and cons of treatments or medications.
  • Consults with the patient’s PCP as needed regarding eligibility for hospice care, pain and symptom control. Complements attending physician care.
  • Provides continuing education for hospice IDT.
  • Acts as a liaison to referral sources, community physicians, other community agencies and health care settings; provides ad hoc activities to support education to colleagues related to admission criteria for hospice and palliative care, outreach or fundraising goals.
  • Acts as a spokesperson for hospice within the larger medical community.

Employee Supervision

  • Directs team(s) and establishes team direction and goals in alignment with the organizational mission, vision, and values.
  • Identifies work and staffing models; recruits, hires, and oversees a team to meet work needs, using an equity, diversity, and inclusion lens.
  • Identifies department priorities; ensures employees have information and resources to meet job expectations.
  • Leads the development, communication, and oversight of team and individual goals; ensures goals, expectations, and standards are clearly understood by staff.
  • Manages, coaches, motivates, and guides employees; promotes employee development.
  • Incorporates guidance from CareOregon equity tools into people leadership, planning, operations, evaluation, budgeting, resource allocation, and decision making.
  • Ensures team adheres to department and organizational standards, policies, and procedures.
  • Evaluates employee performance and provides regular feedback to support success; recognizes strong performance and addresses performance gaps and accountability (corrective action).
  • Performs supervisory tasks in collaboration with Human Resources as needed.

Education and/or Experience


  • Licensed physician (MD or DO) in the State of Oregon
  • Certification by the American Board of Medical Specialties
  • Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) license
  • 3 years of experience as a hospice medical director and/or hospice physician
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in a supervisory position
  • Valid driver’s license, acceptable driving record, and automobile liability coverage or access to an insured vehicle
  • CPR certification at hire or within 6 months in position
  • Medical leadership experience


  • Completion of the Hospice Medical Director certification or geriatric and/or palliative care certified
  • Completion of internship and residency in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine
  • 5 years of clinical experience in geriatrics, safety net populations and/or palliative medicine
  • Experience with the mental health, substance use and behavioral health issues.
  • Experience with medical ethics and quality improvement methodology

In addition to satisfying work, our staff enjoys a competitive benefits package, including:
– A culture that values collaborative, innovative work.
– Competitive pay and comprehensive benefits.
– Flexible work schedules.
– Telecommuting options for many positions.
– Subsidy for wellness activities.
– A 401K program with generous employer contributions.
– Training and education opportunities.
– Sabbatical Leave Program.

CareOregon is making a difference. Join us.
For people who care about helping others, CareOregon is the place to be. We’re a nonprofit health plan dedicated to providing access to high-quality, cost-effective, culturally competent care for Oregon Health Plan and Medicare Advantage participants. For compassionate innovators committed to improving health care throughout Oregon, we offer a great work environment where your contributions are recognized.

We have a commitment to understand others, value differences and move beyond simple tolerance to embrace and celebrate the richness within each individual. CareOregon is among the top-rated nonprofits in Oregon, noted especially for our work/life flexibility. We offer competitive salaries and generous benefits.

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