1) Develop goals and prioritize department efforts to align with the needs of the organization while positioning the University of Chicago as a leader
2) Drive future strategic direction and proactively prepare for organizational, talent and market changes communicating actionable findings and recommendations to senior leadership
3) Lead and execute the departmentâ™s strategic, operational, talent, and budget initiatives using metrics, data, research, and education
4) Lead and manage a diverse, interdisciplinary team to successful outcomes through effective and purposeful management practices
5) Cultivate a collaborative, inclusive environment that promotes and fosters teamwork, innovation, curiosity, problem-solving, and continuous learning
6) Develop and maintain effective communication practices that provide internal and external audiences with the key data and information needed to achieve goals
7) Foster a safe and ethical environment creating accountability to high organizational standards
8) Engage team development through coaching, goal setting, hiring, mentorship, talent management, best practices, and accountability
9) A visible, engaged, collaborative leader representing the University of Chicago in relevant conferences, platforms and mediums to advance the mission, field, and organization
1) Exceptional communication and listening skills, ability to communicate comfortably with healthcare professionals locally and internationally, board and committee members, academic and healthcare professionals.
2) Record of accomplishment focusing on strategic objectives and translating the priorities into successful short and long-term results for the organization.
3) Demonstrated success in supporting medical research with the ability to identify opportunities for improvement in support functions.
4) Demonstrated ability to identify opportunities or threats and apply effective management principles to achieve success.
5) Record of accomplishment as a strategic leader with specific experience implementing value-added business initiatives.
6) Demonstrated effectiveness applying a keen business intellect to problem solving in an environment notable for complexity with multiple business partners and multiple missions.
7) Highly ethical and professional manner with the ability to influence and lead others.
8) Highly effective in verbal and written communication skills, including formulating recommendations and developing presentations.
9) Proven financial management skills, including the ability to analyze data for budgeting, operations, auditing, and accounts receivable and reserve analysis, Proforma preparation.
10) ProficientÂ in mathematical and analytical skills including data sets and data aggregation.
1) Bachelorâ™s degree with an emphasis in finance, business, health care, or relevant field
2) Advanced degree strongly preferred
1) Seven years of progressively responsible relevant professional experience in financial planning, management, analysis, forecasting, modeling, or administration
2) A minimum of seven years of progressively responsible experience within a complex, healthcare environment
3) Five years of progressively responsible talent management experience in coaching, communication, recruiting, hiring, and performance management
4) Directly related financial and budget development experience in a complex environment
5) Experience working in a fiscally responsible, highly regulated business setting that regularly employs benchmarking
6) Experience using Electronic Medical Records Systems, Enterprise Resource Systems, and Medical Group Practice Billing and Financial Management Systems
7) Significant experience within an academic health sciences environment
8) Knowledge of research funding and appreciation for working in a research-intensive academic culture.
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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