Director of Strategic Integration

 

Location: Regional Office, Southfield, MI  

Employee type: Full-Time, Exempt 

Reports to: SVP of Operations

Job Description 
The primary role of the Director of Strategic Integration is to effectively drive initiatives through strategic partnership, cross-functional collaboration, and an effective business plan carried out through various direct and indirect team members. The Director is responsible for financial analysis, project plans, and driving results through business and clinical stakeholders to drive improvement, increase efficiency, and implement key initiatives. 

A successful candidate must possess strong interpersonal and critical thinking skills. S/he must demonstrate sound judgement in decision making and the ability to drive results through influence. Candidates with a strong interest to grow and learn professionally will excel in this position. The role reports directly to the SVP of Operations with significant interactions with key leaders of Beaumont Urgent Care and Beaumont Health System. 

 

Responsibilities include, but not limited to: 

  • Cultivate interdepartmental and health system partner relationships to effectively drive progress on initiatives; implement a project process that emphasizes teamwork, performance, and a consistent sense of urgency at all levels.
  • Conduct needs assessment with key stakeholders to identify business needs and opportunities for program development.
  • Identify and support operations initiatives, including owning the support analytics and implementing and tracking results.   
  • Identify and lead strategic and operational initiatives to support and grow new and existing centers.
  • Provide direct operational support to clinical and field leadership teams to achieve desired results.  
  • Create executive presentations using PowerPoint, Excel and other tools.
  • Ad hoc projects to achieve key priorities from senior leadership.

 

Qualifications and Required Skills: 

  • Bachelor’s degree from a top accredited university preferred. 
  • 3-5 years at a leading management consulting firm; or equivalent strategic and operational experience at a healthcare enterprise
  • Intermediate/Advanced skills in MS Excel and PowerPoint
  • Excellent analytical skills, verbal and written communication skills 
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail and accuracy 
  • Demonstrated ability to juggle multiple priorities and knowing when to escalate, delegate, and when to take direct ownership
  • Continuous improvement mindset
  • Excellent at communicating to multiple stakeholder groups
  • Experience creating materials and presenting to senior business executives and physician leaders

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