Chief Operating Officer
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
The Pediatric Home Health organization has been operating in contiguous states across the Rocky Mountain West area for nearly 20 years. This founder-led business currently has annual revenues of more than 75 million, with an aggressive growth trajectory.
As the COO, you will be joining the organization at an exciting time and be integral in developing and executing the 100-day plan. You will be responsible for leading operational staff to achieve the best quality care through continuous development of operational infrastructure and growth into new geographical locations. In addition, the COO will oversee the acquisition and integration of our new locations in other states.
- Spearhead integration projects. Responsible for operational integration of acquisition targets for the successful transition of team operations and other post-closing integration priorities tied to operations.
- Creates a positive and productive culture through regular meetings with Regional Leaders and individualized coaching, mentoring, and meetings with peer leaders within the senior leadership team.
- Develops a KPI dashboard to sets standards for and monitor operational excellence
- Hires retains and develops qualified staff and development of high-potential leaders. Co-designs strategy to execute assigned annual objectives.
- Responsible for execution of annual Operational Plan to include company-wide staffing processes, operational performance, and management of new markets and associated timelines.
- Manages safeguards and other internal controls arranged and assigned by Compliance Team.
- Develops and maintains relationships with outside organizations to gain industry, legislative, competitive, strategic, compliance, claims, technology, recruiting and leadership knowledge, and resource development.
- Delivers strong financial performance aligned with an assigned financial plan. Collaborate with Finance and Business Development to develop an annual budget and revenue forecast as guidance for the annual operational plan.
- The COO collaborates with Clinical Leaders and the HR team to establish, implement, and evaluate goals and objectives for the organization’s services that meet and promote quality standards and contribute to the total organizational culture and philosophy by demonstrating ethical, innovative, and communicative leadership.
- At least three experiences in integrations of new acquisitions or mergers, including one year of experience leading the integration process
- At least five years of experience in a healthcare organization, with a preference for Home Health experience
- Previous experience working for a Private Equity backed organization is a plus
- Must be willing to roll up your sleeves and do what is necessary to drive the business forward
- Previous experience in developing scalable business operations, with a focus on synthesizing technologies across the disparate practices and locations
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