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Senior Director, Physician/Provider Recruitment/Onboarding/Retention

Posted on November 16, 2018

Leads in the creation, implementation and on-going oversight of the health care systems physician and provider recruitment/onboarding/retention infrastructure and strategies to support the organization’s efforts to achieve its strategic plan. Senior Director contributes to organizational growth through data driven strategic plans for recruitment marketing, physician onboarding and retention initiatives. Success is measured with metrics that support business objectives.  Identifies and recommends opportunities to improve and align supporting systems and creates and implements an integrated approach to recruitment, retention and onboarding.

Seasoned professional with 7-10 years of demonstrated strategic recruitment experience in a management/leadership position in a large integrated healthcare system with experience in recruitment, recruitment marketing, onboarding, retention and employment immigration law. Able to think strategically to translate the goals of The Guthrie Clinic strategic plan into clear direction for the staff, consultants and related resources. Strong communication skills, writing and up-front presentations. Possess sound judgment, administration and budgetary experience. Proactive, self-starter with ability to act independently within broad parameters. Creative thinker. Goal oriented.

An Undergraduate degree in Business, Human Resources Management, Marketing or a related field is required; A Master’s degree is preferred.

Essential Functions

  • Strategic partner and organizational leader in the development of the organization’s physician/provider staffing strategy that maximizes business performance. Supports the SLT in building the physician/provider workforce staffing to support growth and elevation of service offerings.
  • Responsible for all physician/provider recruitment marketing campaigns, marketing collaterals and marketing tactics that support the strategic demand for physician/providers both locum and permanent positions.
  • Ensuring that the recruitment strategies and tactics remain current and competitive with the changing marketplace to achieve organizational goals.
  • Exercises fiscal management through the preparation and tracking of the annual physician recruitment operating budget.
  • Directs the efforts of employment agencies and search firms including negotiating and controlling employment related fees.
  • Provides input into policy development in collaboration with the Department of Risk Management as it relates to appropriate credentialing and screening prior to employment offer and post contract acceptance through physician licensing and privileging.
  • Acts as the primary liaison and collaborator with major outside vendors providing recruitment/onboarding services (advertising agency, database suppliers, reference checking software, Applicant Tracking Software, etc).
  • Maintains current knowledge on immigration related employment law.
  • Provides departmental leadership to Recruitment, Onboarding and Provider Services to coordinate staff efforts to achieve results while developing staff members to achieve their fullest potential.

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Assistant Vice President for Clinical Operations

Posted on October 8, 2018

Primary Function:  Under the direction of the Vice President for Clinical Operations (VPCO), the Assistant Vice President for Clinical Operations is responsible for the effective and efficient management of all Salus University Health facilities with the highest standards of quality assurance for patient care, as a business entity, and as a system responsible for the highest quality of educational experiences.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:


  1. Supports the strategic planning process for Clinical Operations.
  2. Assists the VPCO with short term forecasting and long range planning to adapt the clinics’ missions, mix of services and staffing to changing conditions in the health care environment, and/or the changing demographics of patient populations.
  3. Works with VPCO in developing programs, services and initiatives to anticipate future patient needs, build patient loyalty and satisfaction and generate growth.

Fiscal Management:

  1. Manages the financial performance of Salus University Health facilities and the development and implementation of revenue and expense operating budgets.
  2. Ensures practice operations fully utilize appropriate internal financial controls and procedures consistent with practice standards.
  3.  Oversees the Patient Accounts Department to ensure proper billing practices and appropriate, effective and cost efficient collection performance.
  4. Closely coordinates revenue, accounts receivables, and expense reporting with the Office of Finance & Administration of the University.
  5. Oversees the implementation of insurance, personal services, and managed care contracts and operational processes.

Clinical Operations:

  1. Clearly defines work expectations and directly supervises Salus University Health facilities’ managers and other assigned. employees.  Responsible for performance measures and results of assigned employees.
  2. Uses metrics and dashboard/balanced scorecard to measure and monitor critical elements of the clinical operations. Focuses on continuous process improvement.
  3.  Assists managers with the selection, placement and training of new employees.

Knowledge, Education and Experience Required:

  • Postgraduate degree (e.g., MBA, MHA, etc.) in Health Care Management related discipline with at least three years progressive experience in a health care and finance delivery related setting, or
  • Bachelor’s degree with at least five years progressive experience in a health care and finance delivery related setting.
  • Three years management/supervisory experience in a health care setting.
  • Strong communication skills (verbal and written).
  •  Information technology skills, including extensive experience with an EHR.
  • Strong knowledge of 3rd party insurance organizations and provider networks.

Other Desirable Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 

  • Experience in an academic health care institution.
  • Management experience in a unionized health care institution.
  • Advanced information technology experience/training.
  • Experience as a Business Manager of a large multispecialty clinic.
  • Prior 3rd party insurance negotiations experience.

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Administrator – Surgical Services

Posted on October 1, 2018

Career growth opportunity with a leading-edge health system in the Northeast.
Leadership position available in a large surgical service line with one of the largest multispecialty groups in the country. This is a nationally respected dyad model know for strong physician leadership. Located in the Northeast within two hours of Philadelphia and NYC. The position has five direct reports. Position works cross discipline and is highly collaborative in a cohesive team with strong support.

Ideal candidate parameters include:

  • Minimum of 8-10 years of proven success, ideally in large multi-specialty group practice or IDS with classic surgical service line type care. Some hospital experience will also be helpful.
  • Center of Excellence experience.
  • Visionary with strategy, planning and execution skills.
  • Proven success in growing market share. 
  • Strong team building and mentoring. 
  • History of successful collaboration with physician leaders in a dyad model. 
  • Master’s degree or actively working on completion.

How to Apply:
Please contact Melissa McCartie at

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