Partner with the Senior Leadership Team and Directs in all areas of financial control management including planning, monthly forecasting and reporting, headcount planning and tracking, productivity tracking, run rate analysis, monitoring expenses, and cost recovery.
As the Executive Director GMA, CKD you will directly lead a team of currently 3 - 4 that is charged with strategic input into product lifecycle plans, focused on knowledge generation through non-registration trials, knowledge sharing through publications and other media, and facilitating the input of therapeutic area opinion leaders into product planning.
Oversees portfolio profitability by monitoring profit/loss. Manages operational expenses in order to achieve Acurian profitability targets. Achieves year-over-year financial growth while maintaining service quality to growth accounts.
Maximize gift potential of managed prospects through effective movement through the fundraising process cultivation, solicitation and stewardship;effectively solicit five-, six- and seven-figure philanthropic gifts.
The AED is responsible for the monitoring and analysis of federal legislative and regulatory activities; providing advocacy leadership for ACEPs positions on issues to legislators, regulators, staff at the federal government level, and to the media; establishing and maintaining good liaison relationships with members of Congress and their staff.
Design and manage analytical strategies for Consumer Bank overdraft portfolio including channel optimization, segmentation, settlements, payment arrangements, and overall portfolio performance management.
The Executive Director, Next Generation IT Systems role is a senior leadership role on the Next Generation team that is responsible for the program delivery or program operations of the Next Generation platform.
The Executive Director of Nursing will have the ability to work with all aspects of building a program, from working with the architects to design space, hiring the first cohort of faculty, writing and designing curriculum, and many opportunities to put together an entire program from conception to implementation.
The Executive Director is responsible for the overall success of the department, to include the growth of current custom and open-enrollment programs, extensive business development to launch new programs, budgetary oversight and management of a team of 10-15 staff.