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The Michigan Center for Human Athletic Medicine and Performance (MCHAMP) is seeking an experienced senior administrator to advance the development of its tripartite mission. The successful candidate, in collaboration with the MCHAMP center director, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and University of Michigan Medical School leadership, will oversee business planning, development and execution toward the goal of cultivating an academically-focused premier destination for the care of athletes and active individuals at all ages and abilities.
In partnership with key stakeholders, the successful candidate will be responsible for:
Embracing and advancing the mission and vision of MCHAMP and expanding those to key partners, collaborators and participants;
Recommending the strategic direction and providing leadership for implementation of activities that contribute to the overall strategy;
High level management, performance and completion of complex set of projects and programs related to MCHAMP;
Professionally and comfortably interacting with senior level faculty, health center leadership team, as well as donors and external partners;
Oversight of task force meetings and project tracking, analysis and communication of updates and action items to all stakeholders;
Creating audience-specific presentations, event scripts and all written materials associated with MCHAMP;
Establishing governance structure including bylaws, internal and external advisory boards in accordance with the university’s best practices for centers and institutes;
Executing and continually refining the philanthropic strategy aimed at engaging individuals and industry, both locally and globally;
Continually creating and refining MCHAMP’s online presence, including but not limited to the maintenance of a website and social media accounts;
Implementing community outreach programs; · Regularly reviewing and processing faculty membership applications to MCHAMP;
Oversight and functional supervision of MCHAMP care coordinator, scheduler, and project lead in conjunction with MedSPORT ACU administrative manager and Chief Department Administrator;
Partnering with key stakeholders to conceptualize an ideal future physical space to meet the needs of a diverse sports medicine patient population;
Coordination with marketing and public relations staff to maximize the exposure and promotion of MCHAMP. Note: Flexibility in working hours is required; some travel may be required
· Master’s degree in business, finance, or health services administration; 5+ year of experience in an academic health care setting
· Ability to assess competing priorities, manage workflow and meet operational deadlines in a complex organization with minimal on-site supervision.
· Demonstrated strategic management skills and experience.
· Demonstrated development experience.
· Demonstrated experience working with collegiate and/or professional athletes.
· Strong verbal and written communication skills, with excellent people skills and experience in the development of multidimensional teams.
· Comfort with ambiguity and ability to translate into actions.
· Demonstrated interpersonal skills to support effective work with senior leadership and with internal and external partners.
· Reasonable knowledge of Lean concepts in planning and operations analysis.
· Reasonable experience using data management software, including Microsoft Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint, Project, Visio. Desired Qualifications
· Familiarity with medical school centers/institutes and how these units interface not only with the health system, but also the main university campus.
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