BOC is looking for a Credentialing Director, who will be responsible for ensuring that BOC’s accreditation and certification programs maintain premier status in the marketplace, grow, and fulfill BOC’s mission.
Reporting directly to the President and CEO, the Credentialing Director is responsible for ensuring that BOC’s credentialing programs maintain premier status in the marketplace, grow, and fulfill BOC’s mission. The incumbent leads the direction, strategy, policies, and day-to-day operations of BOC’s facility accreditation and individual certification programs. The incumbent contributes to building and maintaining BOC’s credibility by providing management of the certification and accreditation programs; ensuring excellent customer service is delivered; and initiating and implementing improvements. The incumbent ensures that all program eligibility, criteria, and standards requirements are met and all policies and procedures are strictly adhered to so that the credentialing programs maintain and grow in status and market share. The incumbent is responsible for expanding BOC’s credentialing products, services, partnerships, and relationships and represents BOC as needed with key industry leaders.
Full-time onsite status at Owings Mills headquarters is required. To apply or if you have questions, please contact HR@bocusa.org. Your application should include a cover letter telling about why you are interested, your salary requirements, and your most relevant qualifications, plus a resume.
Why is there an opening? Longtime BOC staff member Wendy Miller is planning for a reduction in her work schedule and possible early retirement. When the new Credentialing Director comes onboard, Wendy will transition to the new role of Special Assistant to the CEO and share her significant organizational knowledge as part of the onboarding of the new hire. She also will manage special projects for the CEO and other members of the BOC senior management team.
An MBA, Masters in Public Health, or advanced degree in a related field or comparable experience is required. BOC credentials desired. Also required: A minimum of 10 years’ experience in healthcare credentialing field or as a practitioner, owner, or compliance manager of a DMEPOS facility, including five years in progressively responsible roles managing staff and budgets; Demonstrated expertise in CMS standards; Demonstrated knowledge and successful implementation of quality improvement methods.
About Board of Certification (BOC)
The Board of Certification/Accreditation (BOC), founded in 1984, is an independent, not-for-profit agency dedicated to meeting the demands for quality patient care by offering highly valued credentials for professionals and suppliers of comprehensive orthotic and prosthetic (O&P) care and durable medical equipment (DME) services.