Trajector Inc.

Vice President - Medical Operations

Location US-Remote
ID 2024-2088
Category
SM - Senior Management
Position Type
Full-Time
Remote
Yes

Overview

One Trajector. One Mission.

 

Trajector is where purpose meets progress. We specialize in developing medical evidence that becomes the compass our clients rely on while navigating the intricate terrain of disability benefits. Our calling is clear: to make a real difference, infuse passion, and enhance the quality of life for the disabled community. As part of our global community, you'll join a team of over 1,500 dedicated individuals, each contributing their unique talents to streamline the path to benefits. Urgency propels us, data empowers us, and every step is tailored to ensure those with disabilities access their rightful compensation. Join us in shaping stories of transformation, one life at a time.

Job Overview

  1. Do you enjoy working in a high-paced environment?
  2. Do you have experience growing a business 30% plus annually?
  3. Do you enjoy balancing multiple priorities and not getting overwhelmed?
  4. Are you able to move forward quickly from mistakes, learn from them and act with a rapid improvement mindset?
  5. Do you live and breathe metrics?

If you said yes to all, then we want to connect.

We are seeking a dynamic and experienced Vice President to join our team to lead the operational functions of our medical lines of business. The VP will work closely with the executive team to develop and execute strategies to drive growth, streamline operations, delight customers, and enhance overall performance. This position will report to the Head of Operations and will work  out of our office in Gainesville, Florida.

About Our Perks, Compensation, & Benefits

  • Competitive compensation ranging from $215,000 - $265,000 per year with total compensation ranging from $285,000 - $355,000.  
  • Medical, dental, vision, 401k program, and more.
  • Flexible paid time off, including seven (7) federal holidays plus two (2) flex holidays for DEI.
  • Joining a rapidly growing organization.

Responsibilities

  • Strategic Planning: Collaborate with the CEO and other executives to develop and implement strategic plans aligned with the company's mission, vision, and goals.

  • Operational Oversight: Oversee all operational aspects of the company, including but not limited to operational management, project management, quality assurance, resource allocation, and workflow optimization.

  • Financial Management: Work closely with the CFO to develop and manage budgets, forecast financial performance, and identify opportunities for cost savings and revenue generation.

  • Process Improvement: Continuously evaluate and improve operational processes and procedures to enhance efficiency, productivity, and client satisfaction.

  • Team Leadership: Provide strong leadership and direction to the operational team, fostering a culture of accountability, collaboration, and innovation.

  • Client Relationship Management: Build and maintain strong relationships with clients, ensuring their needs are met and expectations are exceeded.

  • Regulatory Compliance: Stay abreast of industry regulations and compliance requirements, ensuring that the company operates in accordance with legal and ethical standards.

  • Risk Management: Identify potential risks and develop mitigation strategies to minimize exposure and protect the company's reputation and assets.

  • Performance Monitoring: Establish key performance indicators (KPIs) and metrics to monitor operational performance and drive continuous improvement initiatives.

  • Collaboration and Communication: Foster a culture of collaboration and open communication across all departments and levels of the organization.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in business administration, healthcare management, or a related field. Master's degree preferred.
  • Proven experience (15+ years) in operational leadership roles within the healthcare or consulting industries.
  • Experience working with a P&L of $300 million or more preferred.
  • Strong understanding of medical evidence development, regulatory requirements, and/or industry best practices.
  • Demonstrated track record of driving operational excellence, process improvement, and organizational growth.
  • Excellent leadership, communication, and interpersonal skills.
  • Strategic thinker with the ability to translate vision into actionable plans and initiatives.
  • Exceptional problem-solving and decision-making abilities.
  • Proficiency in operational management tools and software.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
  • Commitment to upholding the highest standards of integrity and professionalism.
  • Authorized to work in the United States and not require work authorization sponsorship by our company for this position now or in the future

 

Join our team and play a pivotal role in advancing the mission of Trajector to deliver trusted expertise in medical evidence consulting. If you are a strategic leader with a passion for operational excellence and a commitment to making a positive impact on changing the quality of life for the disabled community, then we want to hear from you!

EEO Statement

Trajector is an EOE/Veterans/Disabled/LGBTQ employer.

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