Career Center

Career positions are published on this page at no charge to current members and $100 to non-members. However, the listings are available to the public.

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National Career Center

MGMA National also has a Career Center which lists position opportunities throughout the country.

  • 22 May 2020 7:44 AM | Anonymous

    Western Surgical Group, a 16-physician surgical group in Reno, NV, is seeking a Chief Operating Officer to direct the operations of the group. The COO will work with our current CEO to transition into the role of CEO over the next year.  

    Responsibilities include overseeing daily operations of the practice and assisting the CEO with development and implementation of both business and strategic plans. Western Surgical Group is one of the largest private surgical groups in Nevada and on the West coast.  The majority of our surgeons are fellowship trained in their respective area of expertise.  We have over 70 employees including physicians and midlevels. A description of our practice can be found on our web site,

    The ideal candidate must be experienced and competent with contract negotiation with insurance companies and managed care plans to ensure the clinics long term financial stability.  The COO represents the clinic and interacts with regulatory agencies, insurance carriers, and other professional and community groups. Candidate should have extensive accounts receivable and health insurance knowledge, as well as management experience and a working knowledge of accounting principles.  

    The candidate should have a master’s degree in either Business Administration, Accounting, Finance or Health Care Administration and a minimum of 5 years’ experience as Manager of a Medical Group. Reno is located on the west side of the Sierra Nevada mountains, approximately 175 miles from San Francisco.  The area is known for its vast array of outdoor activities available year-round.  

    If interested, please send resume to

  • 19 Nov 2019 6:16 AM | Anonymous

    Nevada State Medical Association

    Job Description – Executive Director

    Job Title:          Executive Director

    Location:         5355 Kietzke Lane, Suite 100, Reno NV 89511 (main office)

                            2590 E Russell Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89120

    Reports To:      NSMA Council through the NSMA President

    Position Type:  Full-Time (Salaried/Exempt)

    Salary range:    BOE

    Last Revised:   October 31, 2019

    About us:         Nevada State Medical Association is a 501-c-6 non-profit.  NSMA is the oldest and largest professional organization of Nevada physicians. NSMA represents more than 2000 physicians, residents and medical students, and has advocated for high quality health care since 1875.  Headquartered in Reno, Nevada, NSMA also operates an office in Las Vegas, Nevada and during the legislative sessions, an office in Carson City, Nevada.  For more information on NSMA, please visit the website at

    Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to  Selection process is rolling.

    Major Responsibilities

    The Executive Director is the key management leader of NSMA. The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include membership development, advocacy, marketing, and community outreach. The position works with the NSMA’s leadership, including the Council and NSMA President to ensure the success of the organization.  The ED manages the non-profit association by hiring and overseeing staff, ensuring good fiscal oversight over budget and financials, acting as spokesperson for the organization and implementing strategic initiatives as outlined by the Council including government affairs activities and other initiatives that support the overall mission of the organization and to enhance membership and membership value within the organization.

    NSMA Staff/Operations:       

    The Executive Director is responsible for ensuring appropriate staffing pursuant to budget and needs of the Association.

    The ED ensures an efficient and positive work environment for NSMA staff, and that staff has appropriate duties and

    training. The position supports the needs of the NSMA Executive Committee, Council (Board of Directors), standing Commissions, the NSMA House of Delegates through ensuring a successful annual meeting of the House of Delegates and resolution process and ad hoc committees.


    NSMA is a member-driven organization.  The ED is responsible for delivering benefits to members and promoting the value of membership to prospective members. The position is responsible for providing effective communication with NSMA membership on relevant issues through NSMA publications, NSMA internet site; periodic reports on legislative and governmental activities; periodic reports at meetings of county/local societies and related groups; and, timely updates on relevant issues. 


    The ED acts as a spokesperson for NSMA and, in collaboration with the Council and other physician leadership, represent the NSMA in the media and public settings.  The ED should look to promote the profile of the Association with community partners and public bodies.


    The Executive Director organizes and directs the implementation of NSMA Federal and State Legislative and other

    governmental priorities by working with the contract lobby team and Legislative core group to identify and lobby key issues of important to the Association.  The ED engages in lobbying and advocacy work at the state level, including the Nevada legislature, Governor and Administrative branch and regulatory bodies.  When appropriate, the ED, working with the contract lobby team, testifies or organizes testimony, draft position statements, letters, and other materials necessary to ensure effective articulation of the Association’s position. The ED also negotiates on behalf of the NSMA with regular communication to the Association’s leadership.  The ED oversees the Political Action Committee, candidate interviews and works with the PAC to complete the endorsement and contribution process.

    The ED is also NSMA’s representative on federal matters working with the Government Affairs Commission, the American Medical Association and other stakeholders.

    The position requires working cooperatively with other relevant stakeholders, including health professional associations, health care facility representatives, patient advocacy organizations and health-related coalitions to build consensus and further the Association’s agenda. The position also serves as the principle liaison for NSMA with State legislators and staff, State Executive branch officials, the Nevada Congressional delegation and staff and counterparts in other non-governmental organizations.

    The ED is responsible for other duties as assigned by the Council and NSMA President.


    The ideal candidate should share the mission of the NSMA to promote high quality healthcare in Nevada and advocate for physicians and patients. 

    The ideal candidate will have the following experience and knowledge:

    • A bachelor’s degree.
    • Transparent and high integrity leadership.
    • Five or more years senior nonprofit management experience or other relevant experience.
    • Experience and skill in working with Board and Commissions.
    • High level strategic thinking and planning. Ability to envision and convey the organization’s strategic future to the staff, board, volunteers and donors.
    • Ability to effectively communicate the organization’s mission to potential members, sponsors, volunteers and the community.
    • Demonstrated ability to oversee and collaborate with staff, including competence in HR matters.
    • A history of successfully generating new revenue streams and improving financial results.
    • Previous success in establishing relationships with individuals and organizations of influence including funders, partner agencies and volunteers.
    • Solid organizational abilities, including planning, delegating, program development and task facilitation.
    • Strong financial management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision making and reporting.
    • Competence in technology including QuickBooks, Excel, and Client Record Management Systems (Weblinks)
    • Strong written and oral communication skills.
    • Strong public speaking ability.
    • Strong work ethic with a high degree of energy.
    • Flexibility to travel within Nevada or domestically as needed, including attending Legislative Sessions in Carson City.

    *NSMA is an equal opportunity employer.

    Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to  Selection process is rolling.

  • 27 Aug 2019 9:35 AM | Anonymous

    Job Description

    Nevada Advanced Pain Specialists treats patients suffering from chronic pain. Chronic pain treatment often encompasses a wide range of interventions including behavioral health treatment as pain can often impact a person’s quality of life.


    We are looking for a licensed clinical social worker who has experience in treating individuals with co-occurring disorders and who will be a good fit with our team of dedicated providers.


    The staff social worker has experience working with dual diagnosis clients. The social worker applies advanced professional psychological diagnostic methods and evidence-based intervention strategies to a full range of patient problems in his/her work setting. S/he has advanced knowledge of psychological diagnosis, intervention, and behavioral health that qualifies him/her to provide advice and consultation to professionals representing a variety of disciplines.

    The primary job functions of social workers at this level include the provision of direct psychological patient care/treatment and consultation services on difficult or complex cases.

    Provides a full range of pain management psychosocial assessments and treatment services, using individual and group modalities, and using evidence-based psychotherapies as available and applicable. Develops, implements, and documents the psychotherapeutic treatment recommendations for patients, including prompt completion of clinical assessments and treatment plans. Makes referrals as needed to outside mental health and/or addiction treatment programs. Assists other providers in crisis intervention and completes suicide assessments as needed.

    Has knowledge of opioid use and addiction.


    Must have a Master's degree and hold a clinical license.

    Job Type: Part-time

    Please send resumes to

  • 24 Jan 2019 2:00 PM | Anonymous

    Attention Health Information Supervisors and/or Managers!

    Are you “meeting out” and tired of the typical institutional bureaucracy? Would you like to put your experience and skills to a more rewarding use?

    Palm Medical Group is looking to hire an Office Manager to lead the day to day operations of our clinic.  Palm Medical Group is made up of seven physicians in Endocrinology Medicine and three physician assistants.  We service the greater Las Vegas area with two clinics; one in the Southwest and one in the Northwest part of Las Vegas.  The office manager will supervise all supporting personnel. Ability to navigate and complete meaningful use annually; Strong background in billing and collections; Be a resilient leader with great work ethic and ability to create a team that has strong morale, team building skills, and personnel management; This position has room to grow into a Practice Manager for the right candidate. 

    Requirements for this position include:

    ·         Experience in leadership and team building

    ·         Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

    ·         Minimum of 5 years of experience in healthcare industry

    ·         Minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience

    ·         Strong data analysis skills, billing and collections are most essential

    Position has excellent salary and benefits, including bonus!

    Contact: Ms. Robin Waldron
    Fax: (702) 796-7256

  • 02 Oct 2018 1:09 PM | Anonymous

    Job Description

    The High Risk Pregnancy Center is a nationally recognized, maternal-fetal medicine private practice, the largest in the U.S., leading the way in procedures, patient care and technology.  We are currently seeking an Office Manager to join our team forming our new Reno office.  Competitive salary based on experience. The practice has a generous 401k plan with matching contribution and excellent health insurance benefits. Nevada has a low cost of living and the state has no income tax.


    • Provide supervision, support and training for the office staff.
    • Review and balance daily bank deposit.
    • Review, validate and approve employee timecard detail for payroll.
    • Responsible for tracking/ordering office supplies
    • Maintain/supervise Compliance related activities and documentation.
    • Perform employee reviews and provide feedback.

    The practice places quality at the forefront with:

    • AIUM Accreditation for ultrasound, fetal echocardiography
    • The only single specialty NCQA certified Patient Centered Specialty Practice for MFM in the U.S.
    • American Diabetes Association recognized Diabetes Education Program (First in state of Nevada solely dedicated to pregnancy)

    Residents of Reno enjoy four distinct seasons and over 300 days of sunshine per year. Reno is famous for its hotels and casinos and the Reno-Tahoe area is known as “America’s Adventure Place”.   Besides the world-class dining and entertainment, you can experience many local attractions including:  Lake Tahoe, various arts and cultural activities, skiing at numerous resorts, and it’s just a short drive to the bay area and other destinations in California.


    • Associate’s or bachelor’s degree preferred
    • Must be self-motivated and have the ability to problem solve and multi-task.
    • Must have excellent communication skills and able to provide first-rate customer service.
    • Electronic Health Record(EHR) experience (eClinicalWorks preferred)
    • Current MGMA membership or equivalent preferred

    Job Type: Full-time

    Qualified candidates should send resume to

Nevada MGMA
PO Box 3403, Hamilton, NJ 08619