New Hanover Regional Medical Center, a progressive non-profit health system with 7,000 employees, 740 physicians on staff and over $3 billion in revenue, located in Wilmington, NC, has an outstanding opportunity for a Director Infrastructure & Cloud Services. Morgan Hunter HealthSearch has been retained to conduct this key search.
The Director Infrastructure & Cloud Services, reporting to the Chief Technology Officer, is a newly created position that will oversee three cost centers: Network Services, Infrastructure Services and Infrastructure Applications. The environment consists of 1,382 servers and over 8,000 desktops, located throughout five hospitals, a freestanding ED and over 50 clinic offices. The position will have three direct reports (managers over each of the cost centers) and total staff oversight of 29.
Candidate qualifications include a Bachelors’ degree and a minimum of 5+ years of management experience within a complex IT environment (500+ servers). Project management skills, budget preparation and management, as well as the ability to communicate effectively across all levels of the organization is also imperative. Preferred exposure includes cloud services (especially Amazon Web Services), healthcare industry and Epic.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center is anchored by a teaching and tertiary care hospital, with the region’s only Level II Trauma Center, that serves a seven-county area. The main campus also features the Heart Center, Zimmer Cancer Center, Betty H. Cameron Women’s & Children’s Hospital, Behavioral Health Hospital, and Rehabilitation Hospital. The organization also includes Pender Memorial Hospital in Burgaw, NC, as well as the Orthopedic Hospital.
Wilmington, North Carolina is a port city known as a gateway to Cape Fear Coast beaches like Wrightsville, with its strong surf, and Carolina, with its long boardwalk. Part of downtown’s Historic District, the Riverwalk is lined with restaurants, galleries and shops. It runs along the Cape Fear River, where the Battleship North Carolina is moored. Wilmington has been named one of the 100 Best Art Towns in America. Whether art is painted on exterior building walls or displayed in window storefronts, art is all around you. People seeking rich cultural venues are drawn to the area to enjoy the symphony orchestras, theatre performances and festivals, which take place year-round.