Healthcare Executive

An award winning New Jersey non-profit hospital is seeking a dynamic Director of Strategic Planning and Business Development


This hospital is one of New Jersey’s most recognized community teaching hospitals. Since its inception over 100 years ago the hospital has collected many awards and recognitions.


These include:


  • U.S. News & World Report naming the hospital a Regional Leader in many fields such as geriatrics, gynecology, neurosurgery and others

  • Healthgrades has awarded multiple Awards of Excellence in many categories for the last several years; Leapfrog has awarded a grade of “A” for Hospital Safety.

The team is dedicated to being at the forefront of health care and offering the latest in medical technology to all of its patients.


The Director of Longterm Planning will direct all strategic planning and business development functions for the growing Healthcare System.   This Healthcare Executive will assists the management team in developing, implementing and monitoring strategic initiatives.  They must be capable of providing objective data and analysis to enable leadership to make informed decisions and achieve strategic goals. 


This position experience in healthcare management, finance or planning.  The ideal candidate will be a demonstrated strategic thinker with the ability to prepare business and strategic plans.  A self started with big ideas and a track record of success, strong analytical ability, with excellent presentation skills and the ability to lead by influence will motivate the hospital to move quickly.


This wonderful patient centric hospital is located in the beautiful Western New Jersey. The area is very family friendly offering an excellent school system. It is also a short drive from NYC as well as the Atlantic Ocean. 


The hospital is offering a very competitive salary and a full suite of benefits. Relocation funds will be available if necessary.


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