The incumbent is responsible for leading a team of GMRA professionals assigned to the business unit. This position is a strategic business partner/advisor to the brands/sectors and acts as a general manager for all research efforts associated with the North American BCC businesses.
Provide leadership to refine and enhance the implementation of a risk based strategy program to manage our information assets and then continuously review and set/update policies to support the program. Lead the organization in identifying, developing, implementing and maintaining business and technology processes across the organization to reduce information and information technology risks.
Develop and grow both existing and new business in order to meet company goals and expectations for ground expedite and air charter and develop and maintain a strong carrier portfolio according to the carrier selection criteria.
Responsible for accounting for acquisitions and dispositions, joint ventures, share-based compensation, debt and lease transactions, impairment evaluation and other technical accounting areas as assigned.
Travel independently, and with other fundraisers, deans, and faculty as necessary, to qualify, engage, cultivate, and solicit potential donors in person about major and planned gift opportunities. (Estimated travel, ranging from local appointments to out of state visits, to comprise up to 50% of work hours on a monthly basis.).
Play a key role in crafting and coordinating University Advancement training and information sessions for college, faculty and staff, and helps prepare the dean and faculty for college presentations to University Advancement.
Work collaboratively with others on the leadership team in the development and formulation of long and short-range planning, policies, programs and objectives that meet all budgetary goals and strategic objectives.
This position is accountable for setting short and long term underwriting strategy and direction, and providing leadership for the underwriting team including the Personal History Interview (PHI) process to meet or exceed member and field staff expectations.
The Nurse Anesthesia Associate Program Director is a CRNA with an appropriate graduate degree who by position, responsibility, and authority actively assists the program director in the organization and administration of the entire nurse anesthesia option.
In this role, the selected candidate will develop effective negotiation strategies with manufacturers to maintain the company's competitive advantage; oversee selection and sourcing of private label and branded merchandise.
Identify, cultivate and manage high impact relationships with key prospects and major benefit consulting firms in the health & wellness marketplace including national practice leaders, individual consultants and their major clients.