Green Mountain Care Board Search

GREEN MOUNTAIN CARE BOARD MEMBER
State of Vermont

The State of Vermont is seeking candidates for an upcoming vacancy on the independent, five-member, Green Mountain Care Board, which was established by Vermont's landmark health care reform law.  The Board consists of a Chair and four board members who serve a term of 6 years on the Board.  The State is seeking candidates to fill the Board member seat which will become vacant as of October 1, 2017. 

The Chair and board members are exempt State employees.  The Chair is responsible for leading the Board’s processes, and is a full-time employee.  Board members are .8 FTE (32 hours) employees and are paid $100,484.80 annually.  The Governor will make an appointment to the Green Mountain Care Board from a list of qualified candidates submitted to him by the Nominating Committee. 

The Green Mountain Care Board was created in 2011 to promote the general good of the state of Vermont by:  (1) improving the health of the population; (2) reducing the per-capita rate of growth in expenditures for health services in Vermont across all payers while ensuring that access to care and quality of care are not compromised; (3) enhancing the patient and health care professional experience of care; (4) recruiting and retaining high-quality health care professionals; and (5) achieving administrative simplification in health care financing and delivery.

How to Apply - Steps
  1. It is recommended that you read the complete “Green Mountain Board Member Job Description” (pdf).
  2. Complete and submit to the address below the “Application for Candidates for Green Mountain Care Board” (doc).  Please note the application questionnaire includes an Affidavit and Waiver which must be signed and included with your application.
  3. A current resume or Curriculum Vitae must accompany the application.

Completed applications must be received or postmarked no later than August 4, 2017.

Green Mountain Board Member Search
ATTN: Kim Persons
Department of Human Resources
120 State Street
Montpelier, VT 05620-3001

kim.persons@vermont.gov

Fax: (802) 828-3409

If you have questions, please contact Kim Persons at kim.persons@vermont.gov or (802)-461-9902