July New Role Roundup | Grant Cooper
Grant Cooper is a retained executive search firm working to identify and recruit superior executive talent. We’ve rounded up our newest opportunities being shared with prospective candidates. The following roles were posted online in June 2019. For more opportunities, visit https://grantcooper.com/searches/. Receive monthly updates by subscribing to the blog here.
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley — Founding Program Director and Department Chair, Department of Physical Therapy
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley is seeking a leader to serve as the Founding Director and Academic Department Chair of the Department of Physical Therapy. This department will be part of UTRGV‘s growing Division of Health Affairs which includes the School of Medicine, School of Social Work, School of Pharmacy, College of Health Professions, School of Nursing, and a growing number of translational research institutes. UTRGV’s medical school is one of six in the University of Texas system and welcomed its first class in the fall of 2016.
University of Rochester Wilmot Cancer Institute — Faculty, Canter Control Supportive Care Research Program
Wilmot Cancer Institute (WCI) is comprised of the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center—the flagship 86-bed, inpatient and outpatient facility located on the University of Rochester Academic Medical Center campus contiguous with Strong Memorial Hospital and 11 additional outpatient locations that cover a 16-county region surrounding Rochester. WCI offers patients as well as their family members and caregivers comprehensive services including: 1) one of upstate New York’s largest blood and bone marrow transplant programs, 2) the only ACOS-accredited Breast Cancer Center in our region, and 3) the first Geriatric, Survivorship and Integrative Oncology Clinical Programs in the region.
Our client is a privately held manufacturing company headquartered in an attractive Midwestern community. The company is profitable, rapidly growing, and is the recognized leader in its industry. It is well-known for its commitment to quality, customer service, and sustaining strong, long-term customer relationships. A recently expanded and upgraded state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at the headquarters site is testimony to the significant and ongoing commitment being made to maintain manufacturing and market superiority. Senior management is team-driven, with a commitment to Lean manufacturing principles and practices, and to continuous improvement at all levels of the organization.
UT Southwestern is one of the premier academic medical centers in the nation, world-renowned for its research, widely respected for its teaching and training, and highly regarded for the quality of clinical care its faculty provides to patients at UT Southwestern University Hospitals & Clinics, Children’s Health, and its other affiliated hospitals. UT Southwestern physicians provide medical care in about 70 specialties to more than 105,000 hospitalized patients and oversee approximately 2.4 million outpatient visits a year. The Department of Pediatrics is structured into 17 academic divisions, consisting of approximately 300 faculty members, and numerous multidisciplinary programs representing the full spectrum of pediatric medicine today.
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center — Chair, Department of Neurology and Neurotherapeutics
UT Southwestern’s Department of Neurology boasts a large faculty (~75) organized into clinical divisions spanning all sub-specialties, a long-standing residency program with 42 residents, and a strong leadership team supporting the management of the clinical enterprise. The organization is seeking a creative and dynamic leader, who will be empowered to build substantive clinical and translational research programs. The growth and development of the department will be supported by the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute, a multi-disciplinary, campus-wide program dedicated to the translation of basic research to effectively diagnose, treat and prevent brain diseases. The institute is backed by a $1B fundraising campaign. The Department of Neurology & Neurotherapeutics will play a critical role in this effort to link basic and clinical neuroscience.
Marshall University is a coeducational public research university in Huntington, WV, founded in 1837, and named after John Marshall, the fourth Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. The University is composed of academic units that include the Colleges of Arts and Media, Business, Education and Professional Development, Information Technology and Engineering, Liberal Arts, Health Professions and Science, as well as the Honors College; University College, the Graduate College; the School of Pharmacy and the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. Marshall’s offerings include more than 100 degree programs leading to associate, bachelor’s, master’s, first professional and doctoral degrees. In addition, the university provides certificate programs in a number of fields. The Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine seeks an established, board-certified physician to serve as Chief of the Division of Addiction Sciences within the Department of Family and Community Health.