The Associate Administrator of Planning will be responsible overseeing the development and execution of long-range strategic plans and objectives in a sub-part of the overall organization. This position will be responsible for overseeing the analysis of trends and developments in health/medical and technology and for formulating strategic courses of action to maximize the companyâs leverage within its market to continue to
Â to guide strategy formulation and support program development across Keck Medical Center, leading development of dynamic, multi-year projections relating to clinical strategic plan and evaluate proposed clinical programs for relevance and viability, overseeing the creation of business intelligence/planning unit which informs clinical expansion efforts by developing clinical volume targets, estimating required physicians and other resources, projecting downstream impact of different growth strategies through use of historical data and development of forecasting techniques, and assisting Marketing & Business Development staff to access information needed to monitor institutional progress.Â The Planning unit provides leadership with timely information relevant to strategic issues confronting the organization, with particular emphasis on trends within academic medicine, health care delivery, financing, and education, as well as analyses of Los Angeles health care market, and insights into drivers of Keck Medical Center performance.Â This incumbent provides analytical support to the Chief Strategy and Business Officer to guide operational and strategic decisions regarding capital, physical, and facility planning; and various resource allocation processes.Â This person further develops and maintains a variety of reports, databases, and information resources important to planning for the hospitals across all core missions and provides consultations through analysis to executive and senior management.Â
Minimum Education:-Masterâs Degree in Public Administration, Management, Public Health, or related fieldÂ Minimum Experience/Knowledge:-Minimum five (5) years experience in organizational development and strategic managementAcademic Medical Ctr. or strategic consulting firm experience-Experience operating in a rapidly changing environment with demonstrated ability to set priorities and manage projects while remaining flexible to dynamics of competing deadlines and requirements-Academic and practical experience in quantitative analysis-Ability to work various hours and locations-Broad perspective and detailed understanding of both academic and clinical enterprises within academic health sciences-Commitment to mutual interdependent success-Strategic, conceptual, systems thinker with ability to characterize issues, articulate options and opportunities, and achieve consensus on course of action in complex, multidisciplinary environments-Ability to turn data into information through own efforts and by directing work of analytic staff and to identify and retain consultants through request-for-proposal and sole-source processes, manage consultant engagements, and achieve productive results-Open, communicative style with interest and ability to interact cooperatively, enthusiastically, and supportively throughout the organization-Ability to write effectively and present complex issues and projects succinctly, logically, and persuasively-Superior skills and extensive experience in public speaking and in preparation of associated presentation materialsRequired License/Certification:-LA City Fire and Safety Certification. If no certification upon hire, must be obtained within 30 days of hire and maintained by renewal before expiration date.
Internal Number: REQ20085880
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