Vice President of Information Technology

  • 51083
  • 08 Oct 2018
  • Voorhees, NJ
  • Information Technology
  • $150,000 - $180,000
  • Nate Skow

Job Description

VP of Information Technology

I am working with a unique healthcare services organization that is backed by a major private equity organization. This is a new position to the company, and will be responsible for leading the strategic and tactical technological direction for the company, ensuring the delivery of focused transaction processing systems that will enable the growth of the company while driving down costs through the use of contemporary hardware/virtual strategies and maintaining a stable, high availability environment. This role will require an executive who is capable of forming a strategic vision for a unified and integrated IT department and bringing it into reality in a timely manner.

Reporting to the CEO, the VP of IT will lead a geographically dispersed team of financial and EHR/PMS users and will be responsible for system integrations on newly acquired practices. As a member of the management team, the VP of IT will partner with the CEO, the management team, and operating leaders in managing the company’s ongoing evolution and growth. This VP of IT will ensure that this organization is a technology leader in its space delivering differentiated value to internal and external stakeholders.


  1. Provide focused, business-minded IT leadership, emphasizing IT’s measurable contribution to business success and business metrics (revenue growth, profitability, market share, expense, etc.). Direct experience with IT planning and budget management is required.
  2. Recruit, motivate and develop a superior staff as required to fulfill company needs. Build and lead a talented, flexible, responsive world-class systems organization that has a high sense of urgency, is patient-oriented and exceptionally responsive.
  3. Operationalize IT processes across the company. Determine where new development is required versus implementing packaged solutions. Rationalize the enterprise application suite to improve functionality, eliminate redundancies, and reduce cost.
  4. Experience with add-on integration. Driving the technology integration for multiple acquisitions.
  5. Establish credibility throughout the organization, and set an example as a proactive senior leader and change agent who earns respect by demonstrating a sound understanding of business objectives and goals.
  6. Oversee the deployment of company-wide technology standards spanning both applications and infrastructure. The VP of IT must ensure compliance with corporate policies and standards aimed at maximizing effectiveness and minimizing costs related to the acquisition, implementation and operation of IT systems.
  7. Upgrade the infrastructure supporting critical operational systems and create an active management platform that will provide greater communication and real-time data for hundreds of field professionals ensuring that they have access to real-time operational and transactional data, including VoIP.
  8. Oversee the company’s network infrastructure and provide security, regulatory compliance and provision for disaster recovery. Maintain security of all data proprietary to the company and provide for the complete backup of all computer systems in case of system failure or disaster.
  9. Evaluate, select, and implement new technology needed to support the company, including relevant mobile and imaging technologies.
  10. Identify opportunities to enhance revenue and/or reduce costs through finding the right balance of internal and external IT team members and resources.


  • Fifteen or more years of progressive IT management experience in a fast-paced, high growth services business with hands-on knowledge of the unique demands of a customer software development environment with a patient-centric business is required.
  • Familiarity with healthcare services and its reimbursement models, particularly those healthcare services niches which deal directly with patients.
  • At least five years of experience managing IT service providers.
  • Experience integrating the various IT platforms of acquired companies into a cohesive, unified system would be very valuable given future potential acquisition activity.
  • Experience in the building out of IT teams that are able to execute quickly and effectively but with big-picture business objectives in mind that align to the vision of senior company management. Ability to strike the right balance of onshore and offshore resources in these teams to maximize company ROI in this function.
  • Prior direct software development management experience preferred. Knowledge of security and control frameworks, such as SSAE 16, ISO 17799, COBIT, COSO and ITIL and relevant certifications a plus.


An undergraduate technical degree in computer science, engineering, mathematics or similar is required. An MBA would significantly enhance the candidate’s qualifications.


Very professional, flexible on my schedule, perfect follow up & spoke very professionally. Great over all service!

Larry, Sales Manager in the Chicago Area