Head of Corporate Development

  • 51807
  • 15 Mar 2020
  • San Francisco, CA
  • Healthcare
  • $160,000 - $210,000
  • Bud Harrison

Job Description

Director or VP of Corporate Development

Own the entire M&A life cycle for the company- running due diligence and managing the pipeline for future acquisitions while reporting into the CEO.

Essential Duties And Responsibilities 

  • Identify potential acquisition targets through a variety of means including interfacing with operational personnel, conducting database searches, attending conferences and working with external parties
  • Perform basic research on potential acquisition targets
  • Engage in discussions with potential acquisition targets
  • Actively manage the pipeline of acquisition opportunities and provide regular process updates
  • Work with business units and external advisors and consultants to evaluate and conduct complex financial and risk analyses of acquisition opportunities
  • Help facilitate the integration of the acquisitions, including in many cases, transitions of senior leadership

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

  • Strong full life cycle M&A/corporate development experience (or an equivalent level of experience at an investment bank and/or private equity firm) with preference for involvement in acquisitions of small to medium-sized companies
  • Strong M&A execution skills
  • Ability to work autonomously
  • Strong analytical and verbal skills
  • Results-oriented and proactive
  • Confidence and Credibility: must be able to quickly gain trust with internal and external constituents, particularly senior leadership, equity partners, business owners and deal sources.

WHAT CANDIDATES SAY ABOUT THIS RECRUITER:

Bud has gone out of his way to find opportunities that are much more highly geared towards my odd and rare specialties. Kudos to him. I would highly recommend Mr. Harrison to anyone in the job market seeking healthcare executive placement. He LISTENS to what your goals and aspirations are and then formulates a plan surrounding just that.
Sean, Director of Neuro/ICU in Tennessee