Job Overview

Summary

The Department of Veterans Affairs is interested in attracting the best talent for our diverse cadre of SES members from within VA, the Federal government and the private sector.  We have streamlined our recruitment process and now only require you to submit a 5 page resume to apply for this position.  Because of this improvement, we are only announcing our positions for 14 days.

This is a reannouncement of Vacancy Announcement VA-SES-13-891305-LMM.  Applicants who applied under Vacancy Announcement VA-SES-13-891305-LMM must reapply under this Vacancy Announcement.  Modification of technical qualification number 2.

The incumbent serves as the Executive Director, Interagency Care Coordination, Washington, DC.  The incumbent is the principal advisor to the Secretary, Department of Veterans Affairs (SECVA), and other senior leaders on matters related to interagency complex care coordination for the most severely wounded, ill, and injured Service members and Veterans (SM/Vs) with complex circumstances requiring lifelong assistance.  The Executive Director has overall responsibility for leadership regarding the direction of interagency complex care coordination within the Office of the Secretary of Veterans Affairs (OSVA) to include collaborative efforts and support of the Interagency Care Coordination Committee (IC3) and the Federal Recovery Coordination Program (FRCP).  This includes strategic, operational, and tactical execution of clinical responsibilities for this targeted population of seriously or catastrophically ill or injured SM/Vs who need complex care coordination.

 

VA structures its SES positions into pay bands.  This is a pay band 3 position and the salary range is $119,554 - $165,300.  Exceptions to the salary cap may be considered in certain circumstances.

 

A recruitment/relocation incentive and/or Guaranteed Home Buyout may be authorized.

Duties

The Executive Director for Interagency Care Coordination (ED) is the principal advisor to the Secretary, Department of Veterans Affairs (SECVA), and other senior leaders on matters related to interagency complex care coordination for the most severely wounded, ill, and injured Service members and Veterans (SM/V) with complex circumstances requiring life-long assistance. The ED has overall responsibility for leadership regarding the direction of interagency complex care coordination within the Office of the Secretary of Veterans Affairs (OSVA) and, including leading collaborative efforts and support of the Interagency Care Coordination Committee (IC3) and supervising the Federal Recovery Coordination Program (FRCP).  The responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

 

  • Provide transformational and collaborative leadership between VA and DoD to help existing care and case management programs evolve and establish/implement innovative programs. Drive the agenda, lead collaboration across discipline lines, and provide a full spectrum of care, benefits, and services to those SM/Vs whose circumstances require life-long assistance.
  • Collaborate with executive level leadership to ensure that the work of the Interagency Care Coordination Committee (IC3) and Federal Recovery Coordination Program (FRCP) creates a common operational picture whereby the Federal community and private sector partners form a community of practice for interagency complex care coordination.
  • Primary facilitator of all IC3 activities including; serving as the liaison between the IC3 co-chairs, and the co-chairs of the subordinate work groups; participating in all senior management activities significant to the IC3; ensures the completion of all assignments the IC3 receives from the Joint Executive Committee (JEC); and assist and leverage information technology tools to share information that enhances and supports effective complex care coordination bi-directionally between VA and DoD.
  • Serves as a liaison with DoD, and maintains current knowledge of VA/DoD issues addressed by the JEC and related interagency groups that deal with matters related to complex care coordination for the most severely wounded, ill, or injured SM/Vs.
  • Direct the transformation and strategic alignment of the FRCP in accordance with the Secretary’s vision and strategic plans of interagency complex care coordination for the most severely wounded, ill, or injured SM/Vs. Responsible for designing, programming, and analyzing new and existing programs related to interagency complex care coordination.
  • Advises the Secretary on a range of strategy and policy issues regarding VA transformation, operation, and activities surrounding interagency complex care coordination for transitioning SM/Vs.  Assist senior VA leadership in identifying, articulating, and disseminating agency and program vision, strategic guidance, and operational priorities.