ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota’s health insurance exchange is looking for a permanent leader.

MNsure opened applications this week for its executive director position. The opening was prompted by CEO Scott Leitz’s departure in May.

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The next chief executive will be the third in just two years at the beleaguered insurance exchange. MNsure’s board plans to review applicants through the summer and select a new executive director in mid-September.

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It’s unclear if the current interim CEO will apply. Allison O’Toole stepped up to take Leitz’s position until a permanent replacement is named.

The position pays up to $140,000 a year. MNsure is also looking for a chief financial officer.

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