(Richmond, VA), June 2, 2017 – The Senior Care Division of HealthTrust Advisors is pleased to announce the successful completion of a Vice President of Asset Management search. Our Client, a well-known and respected Healthcare REIT, was looking for a leader to drive growth and work with assisted living and skilled nursing operators across the United States.
Working closely with the organization’s CEO and senior staff members, Bill Schmidt and his specialized team were able to identify that this role would require a dynamic, industry expert who thoroughly understood not only the healthcare real estate space, but could also provide the strategic guidance required to navigate the uncertainties of the skilled nursing and senior living industry.
The team was given a very aggressive timeline to meet the client’s expectations of a hire. They focused their efforts on outstanding candidates who had been successful in both the healthcare real estate arena as well as having operator experience in skilled nursing and assisted living communities. In addition, they looked to identify those who possessed a consultative approach, a proven track record of success and other attributes that would make them a strong professional match. Bill and his team were able to identify and present qualified candidates in less than two weeks! From start to finish, the hiring process took less than a month to complete.
Having just joined the team, our client’s new Vice President of Asset Management has met with several operators and has already started to implement plans that will have a positive result thanks to the knowledge this person brought and the connections within the industry he has made for his new company.
As your business expands, retirements occur, promotions happen or people leave do you have a plan to attract and retain top talent? Today’s market is currently a candidate driven market with less available talent to attract. Rely on a recruiter who specializes in your industry.
Should you desire additional information on this successful search or our firm please contact Bill Schmidt and the HealthTrust Advisors team at 804-404-2830 or email Bill directly at BillS@Healthtrustadvisors.com.
Richmond, VA May 2017 – Bruce Peacock and The Manufacturing Search Division of The Richmond Group USA (TRG) are pleased to announce the successful conclusion of a Global Process Engineering Manager search for an industry leading, global consumer products manufacturer. This is a remarkable moment in time for this global leader as they continue to rapidly increase market share, and invest heavily in their global operations to launch new products. The Global Process Engineering Manager will join the corporate engineering leadership team, and will lead a strong and diverse team of engineers who are responsible for leading and managing multi-million dollar capital projects across global plants.
Working closely with the Global Director of Engineering, we took on the challenge of finding a Process expert with previous experience developing and improving manufacturing formulations and processes in a food processing manufacturing environment. A national search was conducted to uncover and attract a pool of strong, qualified candidates.
We identified a Senior Process Engineer with expertise in process development, and previous experience managing multi-million dollar capital projects for food manufacturers. This placement provides our client company with a process development expert, who spent the last 10 years designing and leading large capital projects for some of the largest food manufactures in the world, to join their corporate leadership team. Our client is very excited about him joining their global operations. Should you desire additional information about this successful search or about our firm, please contact Bruce Peacock & TRG Manufacturing Division at (804) 285-2071 or email Bruce directly at Brucep@richgroupusa.com.
Vice President of Business Development
The Richmond Group USA
The number one challenge expressed at the most recent ARGENTUM Conference was people. In particular community managers and operational leadership.
Think about it. There are just not enough high impact leaders to go around. As a result, communities underperform and returns on investments lag. Now in a more competitive market, with demand not projected to crank-up for between 3 to 5 years, simply “having” a community no longer is a path to success.
The solution is obvious. We have to better understand what causes a high impact leader to be one. The alternative is to wait and hope for an experienced, high performing manager to come our way. And will you even recognize one? Few management hires produce the positive impact you need. The other option is to keep the underperforming managers in place. There are lots of those to go around.
So what causes a person to be highly successful in an operational role from Executive Director to COO?
We really would enjoy your input. We have our answers and would like to hear yours. Once we have them we can then help identify the success characteristics we should all be on the look-out for, regardless of background and experience. And alleviate the shortage of high impact talent.
2017 marks The Richmond Group USA’s 50th year in business.
This is a time to celebrate the past and look ahead to the future. Although much has changed since 1967, The Richmond Group maintains our commitment to the people we serve on a daily basis.
Our goal to change people’s lives and positively impact bottom lines has always remained the same.
We want to thank you for your loyalty and your business. Our relationship together and your success stories have helped us get to 50 years.
We are forever grateful.
Richmond, VA March 2017 – Bruce Peacock and The Manufacturing Search Division of The Richmond Group USA (TRG) are pleased to announce the successful conclusion of a Regional Director of Operational Excellence search for an industry leading, global manufacturer. This organization is committed to continuous improvement and this is an exciting time as they continue to grow and expand on their global continuous improvement initiatives. The Regional Director of Operational Excellence will partner with senior leadership and lead a team of lean coaches in the development and implementation of lean and six sigma programs for multiple manufacturing sites throughout North and South America.
Working closely with the Global Vice President of Operational Excellence and Vice President of Human Resources, we took on the challenge of finding a certified Master Black Belt and Lean Champion with previous Operational Excellence success in a highly matrixed, global manufacturing environment. A national search was conducted to uncover and attract a pool of qualified candidates.
We identified an outstanding Director of Lean Enterprise with a strong continuous improvement background. This placement provides our client company with a dynamic OPEX leader, who spent the last 18 years driving Operational Excellence across a $1.4 billion company. Our client is very excited about him joining the team and his ability to take on this challenge of leading and training plant leadership in all areas of Operational Excellence. Should you desire additional information about this successful search or about our firm, please contact Bruce Peacock & TRG Manufacturing Division at (804) 285-2071 or email Bruce directly at Brucep@richgroupusa.com.
Vice President of Business Development
The Richmond Group USA
An annual review from the American Hospital Association found that in 2015, hospitals provided 1 in 9 U.S. jobs, reported Fierce Healthcare. Directly, there were 5.7 million people working in hospitals that year, however, an additional 10.3 million positions were also filled as a result of the “ripple effect.”
Reporting on data from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, Fierce Healthcare noted that hiring trends are continuing this year. In January 2017, hospitals added 4,000 jobs and ambulatory care services created 11,000 new positions.
Those figures brought the total numbers of employees in the healthcare industry to over 15 million.
In addition to supporting employment, hospitals also help to drive the economy. According to a blog post by the AHA STAT staff that accompanied the annual review of the association, in 2015 hospitals supported over $2.8 trillion in economic activity. The review found that hospitals shelled out close to $852 billion on services and goods from other industries and businesses.
“Hospitals provide vital high-quality health care services to millions of people each year and support a healthy, productive workforce,” wrote the AHA STAT staff. “But what’s not well enough known is how all that quality healthcare acts as an engine driving trillions of dollars of economic activity in communities across the nation.”