Business Consulting Manager

Job ID: DM-1020155 Description:

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This position is responsible for providing consulting, direction, guidance and support to help drive federal (retail, group, technical and corporate related) regulatory implementations across the enterprise. Assist executives, and their teams, in federal regulatory implementations, to include the translation of applicable regulatory requirements into business, technical and operational requirements; the successful development and implementation of those requirements; and the incorporation of those requirements into HCSCs daily business processes and operations. Act as a dedicated liaison to a specific leadership group or segment within HCSC (such as exchange, retail, small group, large group, technology & operations, financial programs, and corporate) with respect to applicable regulatory implementation related matters. This position will report on and advise leaders and stakeholders across the enterprise on a variety of regulatory implementation related matters


  • Bachelors degree and a minimum of 5 years of healthcare, managed care, health insurance, business operations or consulting experience.
  • Proven experience acting in a consultative role, project management and planning experience.
  • Experience working with an organizations compliance, oversight, audit, government relations and legal areas.
  • Knowledge of, and experience with healthcare, managed care, or health insurance operations and IT systems.
  • Basic knowledge of the healthcare regulatory environment. Experience with budget development/securing project/program funding.
  • Experience with business case development.
  • Ability and desire to lead cross functional projects/project teams.
  • Superior organizational skills, detail-oriented, strong analytical skills and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability and desire to handle complex assignments and projects


  • Public consulting experience and background in healthcare is highly preferred for this role.
  • Masters or other advanced degree.
  • Project Management or process certifications
  • Management experience
  • Experience engaging with federal and/or state regulators.
  • Basic knowledge of the federal and state legislative and regulatory process
  • Basic knowledge of the Affordable Care Act Familiarity with HCSC systems, processes and operations


  • CA
  • CB*

Requirements: Expertise Corporate Strategy, Project Management, General Health Care, Government Programs, Regulatory & Compliance, Other Job Type Full-Time Regular Location IL - Chicago

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