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Looking for a meaningful leadership opportunity where you can apply creative analysis, thought, and a proactive approach to our organization? Join us in our journey to build a better, stronger, and more durable MSK for our patients, employees, and communities.
Reporting to our VP, Revenue Cycle Optimization, we are hiring for a new opportunity, Senior Director, Corporate Development Finance. The Sr Director will collaborate with executive leadership and be the finance thought leader and trusted financial advisor for corporate development activities. This role leads all financial efforts to support a broad portfolio of business development initiatives including joint ventures, partnerships, and affiliations.
Financial Corporate Development
Provide financial leadership and strategic financial direction as an integral member of the organization's corporate development team to identify, assess, and prioritize growth opportunities
Financial Analysis and Modeling: Oversee, conduct and review the design, build, execution and explanation of complex financial models, forecasting and other financial project work to evaluate the financial viability and potential returns of various corporate development initiatives; make recommendations accordingly.
Assess alternative business and pricing models, strategic investments and capital allocation strategies.
Maintain knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, innovations, trends and dynamics
Maintain awareness of private equity, venture capital and hedge fund market information, such as investment themes, pacing, valuations, preferred equity and convertible note structures and exits
Relationship Management: Cultivate and maintain strong relationships with key stakeholders, including investment banks, industry experts, potential partners, and other external parties. Cultivate relationships with internal leaders to identify corporate development opportunities
Cross-functional Collaboration: Collaborate with in-house and external legal counsel on transaction related definitive agreements.
Interact with external counterparties to assess fit and conduct pre-transaction due diligence. Work with external financial advisors to complete due diligence and fair market value analyses
Negotiate financial terms in letters of intent, definitive agreements and shareholder agreements
Evaluate waterfalls for contingent, common and preferred equity in complex capital structures
Support post-deal execution, budgeting and synergy realization monitoring
Mentor corporate development project analysts and project leaders
Actively share knowledge and promote collaboration within and across the department.
Develop internal talent, train others in the Corporate Development team on M&A activities and processes. Attract and recruit external talent as required to build an effective team.
Coach and develop the team on deal strategy, advanced valuation techniques, deal management, effective due diligence, influencing others and negotiation skills.
10+ years of experience leading financial activities across broad corporate development financial management, strategy projects, M&A/JV execution in a large healthcare system or academic medical center
In-depth knowledge of capital markets and corporate finance, including debt and equity markets, and being able to think strategically and tactically about financing alternatives
Track record leading financial activities of successful M&A/JV transactions throughout the entire deal lifecycle, including landscape analysis, pipeline development, strategic due diligence, transaction management and post-deal integration
Executive level collaboration, influencing and negotiation skills
CFA and/or CPA preferred
Please note this is a hybrid role. Expected to be in NYC for important in-person meetings and other collaboration needs.
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Pay Range: $211,000-$359,000
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As one of the world's premier cancer centers, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center is committed to exceptional patient care, leading-edge research, and superb educational programs. The close collaboration between our physicians and scientists is one of our unique strengths, enabling us to provide patients with the best care available today as we work to discover more effective strategies to prevent, control, and ultimately cure cancer in the future. Our education programs train future physicians and scientists, and the knowledge and experience they gain at Memorial Sloan-Kettering has an impact on cancer treatment and the biomedical research agenda around the world.