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Philips Healthcare Transformation Services (HTS) consultants provide unbiased and objective advisory services as well as strategic, interim leadership which assist organizations in improving productivity and overall performance. HTS consultants are expected to be proven industry leaders with significant experience in their field.
Advisory expertise covers areas such as process improvement, change management, financial performance, marketing, business restructuring, and human resources, with an emphasis on improving performance, managing risks, and costs.
Interim leadership services are focused primarily on acute care and emergency/trauma services operations. Consultants are expected to be able to quickly step into a department and immediately fill a vacancy in the organization’s leadership structure. Consultants are capable of guiding and leading departments with operational and financial expertise.
**You are responsible for**
+ Typical projects will involve meeting with clients, performing assessments, and researching and analyzing data.
+ The consultant is expected to be a contributor to the development and presentation of recommendations based on this analysis.
+ If the consultant is engaged as the interim leader then he or she will engage the department and take charge of the duties that the role encompasses.
+ The HTS consultant is the primary interface between Philips HTS and the client and is responsible for developing a relationship with facility leaders.
+ Once services are contracted the consultant will be responsible for on-site implementation based on a schedule that is agreed upon by the client.
+ Consultants are expected to have exceptional presentation skills as he or she is often called upon to make presentations to executive level audiences on new initiatives and/or project performance.
+ HTS consultants often work independently and must be well organized, self-motivated, and able to work with minimal supervision.
+ Consultants may be required to work in project teams, with partner colleagues, and project leader. Internally consultants typically report to HTS Principals.
+ While on a client site the consultant will report to the project’s executive sponsor or designee.
+ Beyond individual projects, the consultant will also participate in networking activities and develop new strategy tools and techniques in their areas of expertise.
The consultant role at HTS requires weekly travel to and from the client site as well as maintaining records, logs, and other tools that document a project’s progress. Consultants are typically expected to be at the client site four (4) days per week plus a home office day. Actual working hours may vary and are based on client needs.
**To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience**
+ HTS consultants will possess (at a minimum) a bachelor’s degree in a nursing.
+ A graduate degree in a health care related field is strongly preferred.
+ Active unrestricted licensure to practice as a registered nurse is required. Board certification in a specialty area is preferred.
+ Consultants will possess experience at the director level (or above) in the management of complex emergency department and trauma operations and acute care leadership experience across the hospital with focus areas of Cardiology, Radiology and Critical Care.
+ Experience in process improvement and business development is preferred. Contributions to professional organizations and/or published work are desirable.
+ This job description is intended to provide a general outline of the expectations of the consultant role at HTS. It is not intended to be all encompassing as the role of consultant can be highly variable based on client needs.
**Why should you join Philips?**
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