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At Vault, we believe quality healthcare is a human right. Our mission is to make better health outcomes more accessible and affordable for everyone. Our platform makes this possible by bringing remote diagnostics and specialty care to patients in their homes, on their home screens, and within their hometown communities— wherever they choose.We are reimagining the 21st century healthcare experience for patients, practitioners and providers—making the promise of better health more attainable through our end-to-end healthcare platform.

The Opportunity: 
Vault Health is seeking an SVP of Global Operations for its Life Sciences division. The person who assumes this leadership role will oversee the day-to-day organizational administrative, financial and personnel process development, implementation, and integration, operations review of cost and service structures, productivity measures and delivery methods to achieve planned ROI. He/she will also be responsible for setting and executing the division's overall business strategy across business, products, and infrastructure areas. 

Importantly, this individual will be supported by comprehensive resources based on today's emerging technologies, data, science, and knowledge. Partnering with some of the most talented professionals in the industry, he/she will gain exposure and work in a dynamic environment to consistently over-deliver and outperform.



  • Participates in both short and long-term planning for all aspects of the Company’s operations and growth.
  • Contributes operational input to other departments as appropriate, including developing and distributing appropriate reports to executive management.
  • Provides leadership across all clinical operations and project management strategies.
  • Manages the forecasting, planning and logistics for clinical operations activities, including the direction and scheduling of clinical operations resource allocations, ensuring performance and quality standards are met.
  • Reviews performance of the Company’s activities and makes recommendations for improvement in quality/efficiency. Periodically, participates in conducting annual site evaluations.
  • Reviews and provides input on study proposals, while participating in the sales and marketing functions as relates to the Company’s clinical operations activities.
  • Participates as a primary source of operations information in the budgeting process for clinical studies.
  • Serves as a Project Advisor on project teams by providing input regarding the operational and project management aspects of the projects. 
  • Reviews and provides input on study proposals, while participating in the sales and marketing functions as relates to the Company’s clinical operations activities.
  • Participates as a primary source of operations information in the budgeting process for clinical studies. 
  • May develop and refine project management processes, using established process modeling techniques.
  • Works with the Project Manager on the study start-up and financial management tasks of a project to ensure success of the overall project.
  • Implements project management systems and tools.
  • Evaluates project progress, while producing and distributing resource status reports as well as functional area plans, to appropriate members of executive.


  • BA/BS degree or equivalent combination of education and experience; and extensive senior management experience preferably in operations within a clinical research, pharmaceutical, or bio-technology company. MBA; or other relevant advanced degree a plus.
  • Deep experience in the global life sciences / healthcare / clinical trials space.
  • Deep experience and understanding of clinical operations and project management.
  • Comprehensive management skills and experience, including but not limited to short and long-term planning, evaluation, directing and motivating staff, marketing and financial management.  
  • Thorough knowledge of FDA regulations and ICH Guidelines regarding the drug development phases clinical research and project management procedures.
  • Embraces innovation and technological advancements that can positively impact operations and corporate efficiencies.
  • Experience developing corporate plans and objectives that support the organization’s clinical operations processes, while making critical decisions related to changing the direction of the business is essential.
  • A successful track record of engaging diverse interests for the common good; able to communicate and work with a diverse group of individuals to accomplish common goals.  
  • Highly effective strategic planning, communication, written, presentation and analytical skills.

Vault Health is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status.

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