Mayo Clinic Division Chair, Strategy Value & Performance in Rochester, Minnesota
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Position description The Division Chair (Executive Director) of Strategic Value & Performance leads the function of strategic value assessment across the Mayo Clinic enterprise. The Division Chair will help drive evaluation of key enterprise and business initiatives, assess growth opportunities, and evaluate performance to make strategic recommendations to leadership. The Division Chair is responsible for enabling and improving strategic decision making across the organization.
The Division Chair will serve as a critical partner to the CSO, partnering closely with finance, business development, risk, and other related functions to ensure that direction and decisioning is aligned to Mayo Clinic’s Bold.Forward.2030 strategy. They will be directly involved in capital planning and 2030 Strategic Imperatives performance management. They will also be charged with assessing new innovative opportunities and long-term enterprise value creation.
The Division Chair is responsible for providing analytical horsepower and objectivity to Strategy Department strategy formulation, planning, and execution efforts. This division has responsibility for forecasting, sizing opportunities, determining impact, assessing risks, scenario planning, decision making, establishing a measurement plan, managing performance and assessing return on investment. The Division Chair is charged with establishing a playbook, self-service tools and facilitating training to enable the Strategy Department to measure and quantify value, aligned to the Mayo Clinic mission. These tools will drive consistency, demonstrate strategic value, and enable alignment of resources and capital to the highest impact initiatives.
Qualifications + Master’s degree in related field
Five years of people leadership experience
Ten years of healthcare experience in finance, strategy, consulting, operations, actuarial services, healthcare economics, or private equity - investment banking
Additional qualifications + Strong alignment with Mayo’s core values.
“Strategic Finance” Leader — superior financial and analytical acumen, coupled with strategic perspective, communication abilities and leadership / influence skills.
Successful track record in people leadership, diverse talent development and team performance excellence.
Excellent communication, network and influencer skills, including the ability to work effectively in a collaborative matrix management environment.
Proven ability to build successful, collaborative relationships with highest levels of physician and administrative leadership, and to understand and strategically apply outcomes metrics.
Successful track record to work effectively in a complex, consensus environment that expects and promotes teamwork.
Proven ability to successfully undertake and execute multiple large and complex initiatives simultaneously.
Strong strategic judgment, commitment to continuous improvement and ability to influence change.
Must demonstrate ability to handle sensitive/confidential/proprietary information.
License or certification Exemption status Exempt
Compensation Detail Education, experience and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended.
Benefits eligible Yes
Schedule Full Time
Hours / Pay period 80
Schedule details M-F, day shift. This position may work remotely 75% of the time, with an expectation of 25% on-campus work and/or business travel. The preference is for this individual to be located proximal to the Arizona, Florida or Rochester campus.
Weekend schedule As needed
Site description Mayo Clinic is located in the heart of downtown Rochester, Minnesota, a vibrant, friendly city that provides a highly livable environment for more than 34,000 Mayo staff and students. The city is consistently ranked among the best places to live in the United States because of its affordable cost of living, healthy lifestyle, excellent school systems and exceptionally high quality of life.
Category Administration, Business, Finance
Job posting number 157740BR
Recruiter Jessica Gartner
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