Enthusiastic and Innovative Professional Needed to Lead System-Wide Business Development Efforts
- The System Director of Business Development will lead all aspects of South Texas Health System’s business development, including identifying opportunities for maximized referrals, asset acquisitions, and new service line businesses.
- Reporting to the Regional Vice President, the System Director is responsible for creating the annual Operating Plan, the Long Range Plan, and the Ambulatory Network Plan. Utilizing data analytics, create monitoring systems to track and report on each plan’s quarterly progress, lapses, and successes.
- Seeking a highly collaborative leader to engage with service line owners, system leadership, and key stakeholders to ensure comprehensive and integrated strategies. As such, regular travel is expected to facilities within the health system.
- Must bring a minimum of three years healthcare experience with an understanding of business analytics and plans, financial proformas, and volume projections.
- Master’s degree preferred.
- South Texas Health System is a regional multi-facility healthcare system that has earned a reputation for excellence in providing quality care to the residents of the Rio Grande Valley. With more than 3,000 employees, nearly 650 physicians in specialties ranging from primary care to neurosurgery to behavioral health, and 500 volunteers, South Texas is the largest healthcare system south of San Antonio.
- The system is a network of five acute care hospitals and one behavioral health hospital, all of which have received Joint Commission accreditation and offer a comprehensive range of healthcare services including cardiovascular, maternity and women’s health, and more. Three of the system's hospitals were awarded an ‘A’ in the Spring 2020 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade.
- South Texas Health System has compiled a distinguished list of firsts: first to offer private behavioral health inpatient treatment in the Rio Grande Valley, first neonatal surgery center in the Valley, first designated Level II Trauma Center in Hidalgo County, and the first freestanding hospital building for children in the Rio Grande Valley.
- Edinburg has all the charm of a small town combined with the amenities of a bigger city, as it is part of a metropolitan statistical area that includes more than 1.2 million residents spread across two counties. The area is ideal for raising a family, offering short commute times, great public schools, a low cost of living, and a very close-knit sense of community.
- Edinburg is serviced by a regional airport that is well connected to the national hubs in Dallas and Houston.
- With year-round sunshine, tropical breezes and limited rainfall, the weather is another key draw to the area. Temperatures are mild throughout the year, particularly in winter, with an average high of 86 and low of 65…ideal for capturing the natural beauty of the Valley, including the beaches on South Padre Island, or participating in wildlife and outdoor activities like birdwatching, golfing, and more.
- Drawing thousands annually, Edinburg’s festivals—including the South Texas Film Festival, FridaFest, Edinburg Music Fest, and the Night of Lights Parade—are a few of the many signature events that add to the culture and vibe of the city. Edinburg is also an educational hub for the region. Ranked as one of the most beautiful campuses in Texas, the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley is home to a new school of medicine that strives for the highest professional standards in the medical care industry.