We seek a highly driven and innovative strategic leader to serve as Chief Administrative Officer. Responsible for managing the department’s operational strategy and effectiveness including developing an end-to-end talent plan for our growing team. The Chief Administrative Officer will set the departmental vision and direction for attracting, engaging, developing, retaining, and embedding a talent-focused culture within the department. Responsibilities also include the important work of building and implementing foundational processes and procedures to support a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workforce.
The Chief Administrative Officer will play a key role in making decisions about the strategic direction of the department and bringing to life our commitment to equitable practices that empower our employees to meet their fullest potential. Must possess the ability to masterfully influence and manage all matters related to strategy and people operations while partnering closely with the Department of Human Resources (DHR) and collaborating and engaging internal/external stakeholders with a sense of resiliency and calmness under pressure.
Duties & Responsibilities 1
Download PDF with all 10 Chief Administrative Officer Job Descriptions
The Ultimate guide
Requirements & Skills 1
Job summary 2
Reporting to the President, the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) plans and directs all aspects of the organization’s staff and service functions. Oversees Finance, Human Resources, Program Management Office (PMO), Contracts, Operations, and Security. The Chief Administrative Officer will work closely with Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Chief Growth Officer (CGO) to position the company for growth and is responsible for ensuring the successful operations of the company. The Chief Administrative Officer will work with the CFO and CGO with strategic oversight and execution of key strategic initiatives and KPIs.
Duties & Responsibilities 2
Requirements & Skills 2
Job summary 3
The ideal Chief Administrative Officer candidate is someone who has the experience and is interested in providing directives for our client to be highly productive and provide insights for what the firm must incorporate to run their wealth management/financial firm efficiently.
The ideal Chief Administrative Officer candidate is someone who has the experience and is interested in providing directives for their clients to be highly productive and to provide insights into what the wealth management/financial firm must incorporate to run efficiently.
Duties & Responsibilities 3
Requirements & Skills 3
Job summary 4
The Chief Administrative Officer is responsible for representing the organization to achieve an effective, highly integrated health system, setting standards for system-wide delivery of high-quality care and operational excellence, and collaborating with clinical leaders and key administrative staff to develop models of care that are patient-centered and support efficient delivery models in multiple care settings.
Duties & Responsibilities 4
Requirements & Skills 4
Job summary 5
The Chief Administrative Officer works across the business leading the execution of key projects and initiatives. This individual will display a balanced, cross-functional perspective, liaising with the business to improve efficiency, effectiveness, reporting, and productivity.
The successful candidate will be a collaborative partner who can manage multiple projects with high visibility. This individual will have exceptional communication and problem-solving skills. The role requires both a high degree of asset and investment management acumen as well as a sense of urgency and deep analytical analysis.
Duties & Responsibilities 5
Requirements & Skills 5
Job summary 6
The Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) has accountability for formulating the strategic, operational, and budgetary plans and is responsible for the management and oversight of assigned areas.
Duties & Responsibilities 6
Requirements & Skills 6
Job summary 7
Reporting to the President of the Medical Group, the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) serves as a key member of the Health Medical Practice Leadership Team. The CAO provides executive leadership for the Medical Practice in several areas. These include clinical and ambulatory operations, finance, managed care contracting, population health, and value-based reimbursement as well as clinical revenue cycle management, IT, compliance, network and business development, human resources, and strategic planning.
Duties & Responsibilities 7
Requirements & Skills 7
Job summary 8
We are seeking to hire a dynamic, organized, detail-oriented Chief Administrative Officer. The Chief Administrative Officer will be responsible for managing, planning, directing, and coordinating all policies and procedures associated with the Company’s internal accounting controls, human resources, information management operations, and compliance processes.
The Chief Administrative Office will also direct, coordinate and provide technical assistance to Company staff performing analysis, evaluation, and establishing performance standards of data collected.
The ideal candidate will have prior professional experience handling budgeting, auditing, administrative, human resources, or technology management responsibilities for a public or private organization and experience maintaining confidentiality and sensitive information with professionalism.
Duties & Responsibilities 8
Requirements & Skills 8
Job summary 9
The Chief Administrative Officer will assist with the overall running of the Office and data work done by Operations and Technology to ensure the implementation of the enterprise data strategy and adoption of consistent standards and capabilities.
Duties & Responsibilities 9
Requirements & Skills 9
Job summary 10
Under the general direction and supervision of the President & CEO and serving as an integral member of the executive management team, the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) is responsible for managing daily administrative operations and ensuring the smooth running of business according to established policies and vision. The CAO will oversee operationalizing new initiatives set forth by the President & CEO and contributes to the expansion and achievement of the organization’s strategic goals. In addition to the strategic components, the CAO is charged with developing, implementing, and overseeing the administrative policies and procedures within Company. The CAO leads effective and streamlined administrative systems, including financial, accounting, legal, information technology (IT), human resources (HR), and physical infrastructure to safeguard and augment the efficiency of the organization’s operations to facilitate accelerating development and long-term success.
Duties & Responsibilities 10
Requirements & Skills 10
Frequently asked questions
What is the role of a chief administrative officer?
The role of a Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) is to oversee the daily operations of an organization, ensuring that policies, procedures, and programs are implemented effectively and efficiently. Some of the key responsibilities of a CAO may include:
Developing and implementing strategies and plans to achieve organizational goals
Managing the budget and financial resources of the organization
Recruiting, training, and managing staff to ensure high performance and productivity
Ensuring compliance with laws, regulations, and policies
Establishing and maintaining relationships with stakeholders, including customers, vendors, and partners
Monitoring and evaluating organizational performance and making recommendations for improvement
Leading change management initiatives and adapting to new technologies or trends.
What are the skills required for a chief administrative officer?
The skills required for a successful Chief Administrative Officer may include:
Leadership skills to inspire and motivate staff, and to manage change and uncertainty
Strategic thinking and problem-solving skills to identify opportunities and address challenges
Financial management skills to manage budgets, expenses, and revenue
Communication and interpersonal skills to build relationships with stakeholders and communicate effectively with staff and external parties
Analytical and critical thinking skills to evaluate information and make decisions
Planning and project management skills to prioritize tasks and manage multiple projects simultaneously
Change management skills to implement new processes, policies, and technologies
Knowledge of industry regulations, standards, and best practices.