Current Executive Searches

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Organization Position
Quartz Chief Actuary

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.

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YMCA of Dane County Chief Executive Officer

The Opportunity

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.

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Edgewood High School Principal

Edgewood High School has retained The QTI Group to conduct the search for its new Principal. The Principal of Edgewood High School will embody a balance of respect for the 100+ year traditions and history of the school in the Madison community with a passion and energy to move Edgewood forward, continuing to enhance the academic model to attract and retain a diverse community of families, and serve the changing needs of the student population. In partnership with the President, the Principal will be a positive representative of the school and its faculty, staff and students, embodying the Sinsinawa Dominican values, and be an active participant in the Edgewood community both in and out of the school day. This person will have proven experience in both teaching and educational administration, understanding best practices in curriculum development, faculty and staff development, and current trends in secondary and higher education. Edgewood’s Principal will possess the interpersonal and listening skills to encourage a positive environment incorporating open communication, humor, collaboration, and support, among faculty, staff, students, and parents. The Principal will report to the President, and manage approximately 60 faculty and staff. She or he will have a Catholic background, with an understanding of the Catholic and Dominican traditions at the core of Edgewood High School’s culture and the ability to mentor the Sinsinawa Dominican values by example. 

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Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association Chief Human Resources Officer

The Position

Due to an upcoming retirement, WFAA is searching for their next Human Resources leader.  Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer & Director of Legal Affairs, The Chief Human Resources Officer will play a crucial role in developing and leading human resource strategy for the organization. This individual will collaborate with other senior leaders as well as the human resources team to carry out WFAA’s mission by focusing on HR strategies including:  talent acquisition and talent development; organizational development; compensation and benefits; and diversity and inclusion. The CHRO will emulate the organizations core values and culture of service while driving the evolution of strategic HR practices to achieve excellence. WFAA has 250 employees.

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A Global Financial Institution High Net Worth Wealth Manager

Summary:

The QTI Group has been exclusively retained by a global financial institution. This well-established firm seeks to grow its Madison, Wisconsin team and capacity with the hire of a new High Net Worth Wealth Manager to take over and grow a substantial existing book of business.

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Henry Vilas Zoological Society Director of Development

About the Organization:

The Henry Vilas Zoological Society is a member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) and is a 106-year-old thriving organization. We are one of eight AZA accredited no-charge zoos – but a no-charge zoo isn’t free to operate.  Since it was founded, the scope of the Society has grown, and today it runs all business revenue operations, development operations, volunteer operations and serves as the outward facing organization for the Henry Vilas Zoo. Over the past 3 years, the zoo and its development program have experienced significant growth, in revenue, revenue opportunities, and in number of visitors.  In 2016, over 830,000 guests were welcomed from across the region.  The Henry Vilas Zoological Society’s endowment was established, in addition to the completion of two consecutive and significant capital campaigns – the Arctic Passage (2015) campaign and the Wisconsin Heritage Exhibit campaign (2016).

The Henry Vilas Zoological Society also plays an active role on the larger, international stage, lending a voice, with the Bronx Zoo and others, to AZA committees addressing global conservation issues through grass roots efforts as well as global advocacy. This is an organization that is all about ANIMAL CONSERVATION, EDUCATION and COMMUNITY. 

For more information on Henry Vilas Zoo, please visit: http://www.vilaszoo.org/index.php. 

About the Position:

Henry Vilas Zoological Society’s next Director of Development will play a leading role in taking the organization to the next level.  He or she will mentor and manage a committed staff and fundraising operation that is poised to maximize the potential of the zoo’s strong philanthropic efforts.  In partnership with the Society’s President, the Director of Development will capitalize on the zoo’s reputation in the community, and capacity and generosity of its donors to enhance and grow the zoo’s comprehensive development program and, ultimately, to lay the groundwork for and execute the zoo’s next capital campaign.

Reporting to the President, and working with the Society’s leadership volunteers, the Director of Development will have responsibility for developing and implementing goals, strategies and programs that generate philanthropic gifts for current use, capital improvements and endowment.  He or she will ensure the success of all development efforts including the Feeding the Zoo annual campaign, membership program, major and planned giving programs and event program.  In partnership with the President, he or she will further develop the endowment campaign, and lay the ground work for the zoo’s next capital campaign.  In addition, this person will partner with the Manager of Communications to develop critical messaging on mission of the organization, and the need for support from the community as one of only 8 FREE AZA accredited institutions in the United States.  The Director of Development will manage a team that currently consists of three staff members. responsible for special events, membership, stewardship, gift processing and database management.

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Access Community Health Chief Clinical Services Officer

The Organization

Access Community Health Centers has been providing medical, dental, behavioral health care and pharmacy services for our community since 1982. Access is one of more than 1,400 non-profit, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) providing care to more than 25 million people across the United States. Access removes the barriers our patients may experience, offering them quality care regardless their ability to pay. Our clinics offer comprehensive services under one roof, creating a true “health care home” for our patients. Other services include interpreter services, community resources and financial counselors, referrals and more.

Community health centers such as Access offer high-quality, low cost care. By focusing on prevention, Access reduces the need for more expensive in-patient and specialty care, maximizing local charitable resources and saving taxpayer dollars. Learn more about the organization at www.accesscommunityhealthcenters.org.

The Opportunity

Access Community Health will welcome the Chief Clinical Services Officer (CCSO) as a new member of their senior leadership team.  The CCSO will serve as an administrative leader of clinical operations at the organization’s two largest clinic locations – South Park Street and East Washington Avenue. The CCSO will work closely with Senior Leadership to assure excellent care, integration of services and an improved experience for Access patients. 

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Saris Chief Financial Officer

The QTI Group has been exclusively retained in the recruitment of a Chief Financial Officer for Saris, in a planned succession process upon the retirement of the incumbent executive. 

Saris is a privately-owned manufacturer of high-quality consumer products headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin. Product lines include:

  • The Saris brand of bicycle racks for vehicles and home storage.
  • The CycleOps brand of cycling trainers and indoor cycles.
  • The PowerTap brand of cycling power meters.
  • The Bike Fixation brand of cycling infrastructure products including bicycle parking racks, public work stands, pumps and vending machines.

The Chief Financial Officer is accountable for the administrative, financial, and risk management operations of the entire company, to include the development of a financial and operational strategy, metrics tied to that strategy, and the ongoing development and monitoring of control systems designed to preserve company assets and report accurate financial results.  The CFO oversees the capital structure of the company, determining the best mix of debt, equity, and internal financing.

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Kirsh Foundry Controller, Manufacturing

The QTI Group has been exclusively retained in the recruitment of a Controller for Kirsh Foundry in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.

About the Opportunity:

Founded in 1937, Kirsh Foundry is a manufacturer of high quality, engineered iron castings ranging in size from ounces to 60 pounds and in runs from short to production volume. 

Kirsh Foundry serves many of the country's world-class manufacturers including names like Caterpillar, Ingersoll-Rand, John Deere and CNH Global. Now run by the grandsons of the founder, Kirsh Foundry employs approximately 100 people and has capacity to pour 2400 tons per month in grey, ductile or malleable iron.

The company and position are located in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. Residence within commuting range and willingness to commute daily to Beaver Dam is expected.

Position Responsibilities:

The Controller manages and directs all aspects of the finance and information system functions of the organization.

Direct reports include a Cost Accountant, AR/AP Administrator, and Purchasing Manager.  The IT function reports to the Controller, who interacts with external technology vendors and service providers as needed. The Controller interacts with the senior managers, managers and supervisors from all departments within the foundry.  The Controller also interacts frequently with banking institutions, independent auditors/accountants, and computer vendors outside of the foundry.

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Kirsh Foundry HR Manager

About the Opportunity:

Founded in 1937, Kirsh Foundry is a manufacturer of high quality, engineered iron castings ranging in size from ounces to 60 pounds and in runs from short to production volume.

Kirsh Foundry serves many of the country's world-class manufacturers including names like Caterpillar, Ingersoll-Rand, John Deere and CNH Global. Now run by the grandsons of the founder, Kirsh Foundry employs approximately 100 people and has capacity to pour 2400 tons per month in grey, ductile or malleable iron.

The company and position are located in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin. Residence within commuting range and willingness to commute daily to Beaver Dam is expected.

The Position

The Human Resources Manager will direct, plan and coordinate the HR function including attracting, developing and retaining qualified professional staff and a safe, motivated, skilled and productive union-free workforce. Create and implement training programs to enhance the professional and technical development of all employees while augmenting the continuous improvement philosophy of the organization.  Assist and advise managers and supervisors on HR issues and initiatives to ensure compliance with Company safety and human resource policies and government regulations. 

The Human Resources Manager reports to the Chairman and works closely with all department managers, supervisors, and staff.  The HR Administrator, who handles payroll, benefits administration and HR support, reports to the HR Manager.

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