Executive Director, Behavioral Healthcare-Strategic Business Unit
The Joint Commission - Oakbrook Terrace, IL

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Serves as the "content expert" and "champion" responsible for driving product strategy and marketing for the Behavioral Healthcare Accreditation Program; must possess and maintain superior expertise in and knowledge about the behavioral healthcare field. As executive director for the Behavioral Healthcare Strategic Business Unit, responsible for the competitive positioning and the successful differentiation of the program in the competitive marketplace. Ensures that the Behavioral program exceeds it annual new business, revenue growth and operating margin objectives and achieves a leading competitive and market position. As Strategic Business Unit ("SBU") Executive Director, leads the team to ensure that all key aspects impacting program performance are being addressed to enhance the success of the product line including both retention of current customers and recruitment of prospective customers. The SBU team, including operations, standards, the standards interpretation group, research, business development and marketing is responsible for program performance and profitability. The executive director will share responsibility for the Behavioral Healthcare program performance and profitability and is accountable for reporting program performance to the Executive Vice President and the Operations Group. Oversees the annual development and implementation of the Behavioral Healthcare Program Strategic Business Plan and Sales and Marketing Plan.
Masters degree or equivalent experience. At least seven years of professional experience in one or more behavioral health segments. Experience in developing and implementing strategic business plans and a successful record of achieving objectives. Knowledge of Joint Commission program-specific standards and survey process is preferred. Demonstrated project management skills, including the ability to organize and synthesize activities that involve a wide range of individuals, groups, and health care organizations. Leadership skills demonstrated by the ability to motivate and influence both direct reports as well as members of cross-divisional teams. Effective verbal and written communication skills including the ability to give presentations and author specific business plans and various policy papers. Current knowledge of national initiatives and issues that impact each of the major behavioral health segments. Anticipated travel required (up to 30% as needed).

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