Current Executive Searches
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Director of Financial Reporting
Reporting directly to the Chief Financial Officer, the Director of Financial Reporting will manage the financial reporting for a multiple entity health insurance business. The ideal candidate will have experience with provider-owned health plans and have the leadership skills to be an effective change agent and excellent communicator. The Director of Financial Reporting will guide the finance team through a time of evolution as the affiliated organizations merge processes and cultures in line with a new vision for the future of Quartz. This high-profile position will have a broad span of responsibilities including leading a diverse team of 6 professionals and providing key financial reporting to the Board.
Assistant Vice President, Finance
The Assistant Vice President of Finance reports directly to the CFO and is a member of the executive leadership team of Quartz. This position is responsible for providing leadership and coordination of the company’s overall financial planning and budget, accounting policies and practices, and financial reporting policies. The AVP has three Director level reports, and oversees their activities associated with:
This individual will work with the CFO to appraise the organization’s operating results in terms of costs, budgets, policies of operation, trends, and profit opportunities in relation to Quartz’ key market segments and product lines.
The AVP is responsible for establishing and maintaining business relationships with lending institutions, regulatory agencies, affiliates and the financial community. The position is also responsible for coordinating all external audits pertaining to the financial reporting and analysis with regulatory bodies, parent or subsidiary companies, and consulting relationships.
|Downton Madison, Inc.||
Downtown Madison, Inc. has exclusively retained The QTI Group to conduct the search for its new President. The successful candidate for President will be an accomplished collaborative and humble leader and manager. This individual serves as the principal professional resource to the DMI Board and its volunteer Chair, and in cooperation with the Chair, represents DMI to the community, serving as “the face and voice of” the organization. The community includes a constituency of members, individuals, associations, agencies, education partners, governments, businesses and other institutions. The President leverages the power of relationships and networks and works across private, public and corporate sectors to enhance the downtown community. This individual will be a strong charismatic facilitator, who possesses a high level of broad business leadership and strategic management skills and is effective at generating membership, resources and support for the organization. The President leads the DMI staff by example, is mission driven, and has an understanding of advocacy work.
Quartz has retained QTI Executive and Professional Search to conduct the search for its new Chief Actuary. The Chief Actuary will bring extensive actuarial and leadership experience in the managed health care industry to provide oversight, strategic leadership, process improvement and analytical best practices for the Actuarial Services department. This role reports to the CEO of Quartz and has responsibility for all actuarial functions in support of all lines of Quartz’ business entities, including overseeing pricing and rate negotiations, claim reserving, forecasting, budgeting, and financial reporting support and analysis. The role requires someone with exceptional leadership skills, including the ability to drive forward-thinking strategies and to provide business decision support to senior management. Specialty knowledge is required with respect to legacy and ACA expansion, Medicaid and Medicare populations, rate setting, premium development, provider reimbursement exceptions, and overall risk management. Given the recent acquisitions and plans for future expansion, the Chief Actuary will lead the actuarial team through this exciting time of change and growth.
|YMCA of Dane County||
Chief Executive Officer
The search for the next Chief Executive Officer of the YMCA of Dane County is underway. Building upon a 128-year history in the greater Madison community, the CEO will have the opportunity lead the YMCA as they achieve bold results in the areas of youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility, with an emphasis on youth and families.
The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for all areas of fundraising, capital expansion plans, strategic planning, budget development, organizational development, program development, marketing and the overall image of the YMCA. This leader develops and maintains an inclusive culture that retains outstanding staff and active and diverse volunteer committees and board. The incoming CEO must possess strong business acumen as required to oversee an organization that serves more than 18,000 members, maintains an operational budget of approximately $11 million, and employs 500+ full-time, part-time, and seasonal employees at 3 branches and multiple program sites throughout Dane County. The CEO’s leadership team includes: CFO, VP Human Resources, VP of Mission Advancement, VP of Program Operations, and VP of Membership Operations & Strategic Partnerships.