University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center (MDACC) seeks an innovative leader and systems-thinker as their next Vice President of Supply Chain. Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, Omer Sultan, and maintaining a strong working relationship with the Chief Operating Officer, Rosanna Morris, the Vice President will have the opportunity to evolve a system-focused approach to supply chain across the organization, including assisting and ensuring that organizational supply needs are supported and exceeded. The next Vice President will play a key role in developing a best-in-class model in supply chain and will be seen as a strategic partner to clinical and administrative leaders across the organization.
As the nation's No. 1 hospital for cancer care for several consecutive years (ranked by U.S. News & World Report), MD Anderson has changed the world by bringing life-saving innovation from research labs into the homes and hearts of millions. Located in central Houston, the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is one of the world's most respected centers devoted exclusively to cancer patient care, research, education and prevention. Since 1944, 1.3 million patients have turned to MD Anderson for cancer care. The institution pioneered a multidisciplinary approach to research-driven care. Faculty and staff currently work in more than 25 buildings in Houston and Central Texas.
The next Vice President must drive innovation within the supply chain organization to further MDACC's commitment to innovative clinical care and groundbreaking research. MDACC seeks a leader who can use data and metrics to bring transparency to the supply chain function and to support decision making. The successful candidate will have an ability to bring advisory skills to the forefront and enable the system to leverage supply chain as a strategy.
The ideal candidate will bring considerable experience leading a wide breadth of supply chain management in an integrated health system or similarly complex organization. Candidates should possess at least 10 years of experience of progressively responsible management level experience in supply chain and have the interpersonal, communication and strategic skills to work collaboratively with peers, patients, faculty and staff.
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