As the Director of Strategy & Business Development, you will:
- Serve as a key strategic, business planning, and business development resource to the health system.
- In collaboration with the Chief Strategy Officer (CSO), you will be responsible for the facilitation, development, and monitoring of the health system's long-range and annual strategic plans, business opportunity identification and evaluation, business plans, and mandated regulatory efforts.
- Bachelor's or advanced degree in business administration, health administration, health services administration, or related field and at least five years' experience in the development and implementation of corporate strategy development and business development in a complex health care environment. Master's degree is strongly preferred. Behavioral health experience is a plus.
- Experience must demonstrate:
- Thorough and broad understanding of current issues and future challenges facing healthcare delivery systems;
- Excellent project management through clear communication and strong group leadership and facilitation skills;
- Strong ability to organize and prioritize in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment;
- Demonstrated strong business analytical ability to analyze data and develop, execute, and adjust business plans;
- Advanced computer skills to present information in a meaningful manner.
- Superior interpersonal skills that demonstrate clear verbal and written communication, enable comfortable interaction with senior executives, boards, physicians, community leaders, and outside vendors, and demonstrate a high degree of comfort leading, facilitating and interacting with diverse groups (51-80% of work time).
- Advanced analytical, planning, business development, and problem-solving skills with a strong ability to conduct strategic analysis, develop financial models and complete internal/external research to support business decisions.
- Working with high volume of complex projects with competing deadlines require attention to detail and very frequently (51-80% of work time) produces a high level of mental/visual fatigue.