Director of Neuroscience Institute

We are working with a highly respected Southern CA Hospital; 200+beds, affiliated with a University system looking for a Director of Neuroscience Institute. Position reports to the Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer. The Director of the Neuroscience Institute leads together with the Medical Director, the Institute Leadership Team and medical staff to assure the organization a long-term position of strength and prominence in the region’s healthcare marketplace.

Responsible for a range of activities to include business planning, community and marketing events and activities, product/service line development, physician relations and practice/business development.

Minimum Required: Seven years of experience in a management/leadership position with experience in strategic planning, marketing, market research and community/business development activities in support of a large, managed care oriented, complex healthcare organization. Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Marketing, Healthcare Management or related field. A clinical degree is acceptable with appropriate experience in marketing and/or business development. Ability to set goals and judge results in accordance with the highest standards; care with sensitivity and respect; advance care through development of new ideas and technology; promote teamwork to achieve hospital’s mission; and understand and exceed customer expectations. Advanced computer skills – Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access). Exceptional facilitation and consensus-building skills. Strong management skills. Able to define overall goals, provide relevant information.

The skill set for such a position would require:
Diplomacy
Honesty
Knowledge of contracting
Marketing
Advertising

Contact:

Tina Roberts
JONATHAN CHASE EXECUTIVE SEARCH
588 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 770-1200
tinaroberts@contactjc.com

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