Director of Integration Management

  • 52027
  • 23 Nov 2020
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • Healthcare
  • $130,000 - $150,000
  • Bud Harrison

Job Description

Director of Integration

Job Summary

This position is with a very large specialty physician group based in the Philadelphia market. The Director of Integration Management Office is responsible for driving a variety of fast-paced strategic initiatives related to the company’s aggressive expansion strategy. Primary responsibilities include driving the integration team to coordinate cross-functional teams and seamlessly integrate acquisitions clinical and corporate infrastructure, and other special projects

This role will report directly to the department VP.


  • Manage multiple projects and drive fast-paced execution
  • Provide steady leadership in the face of uncertainty, change, and aggressive deadlines common to company growing rapidly through acquisitions
  • Responsible for managing the overall planning, execution and success of acquisitions.
  • Defining the timeline, milestones, budget, resource plan, and success metrics
  • Facilitating day-to-day coordination, steering committee meetings, and communication of roles and responsibilities to key functional leaders
  • Monitoring project health through the effective use of project dashboards
  • Driving escalation and resolution of critical project related issues that would impact launch live date
  • Support execution of Company’s acquisition strategy, including prospecting acquisition targets and supporting diligence workstreams


  • 5 - 7 years experience in various aspects of project/program/integration management
  • Bachelor’s degree or a combination of equivalent education / work experience
  • MBA or masters preferred; PMP preferred
  • Proven ability to build and lead diverse and distributed teams from various internal and external organizations across multiple locations
  • Experience developing workplans, project scopes, pricing estimates, and presentations to assist in project planning and execution
  • Ability to promote innovative ideas and accept the risks that are required to lead change
  • Ability to achieve broadly communicated objectives with a minimal amount of supervision
  • Ability to make decisions independently and to assume higher-level leadership responsibilities in critical situations
  • Proven problem-solving, decision-making, and financial skills
  • Effective consultative and influencing approach
  • Ability to enact change quickly
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and proven ability to work effectively with all organizational levels
  • Willingness to travel
  • Competent in MS Office Suite and PMO tools such as SmartSheets, MS Project, Planview, Clarity

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Just talking to Bud Harrison on the phone made me feel very comfortable about the position. He has good knowledge of the group and gave me good info to help with my interview. He made follow up calls to me to see if I needed anything before my face to face with the physicians….I liked working with him.
Joseph, Practice Administrator in Florida