Last updated: April 17, 2017

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Platinum Communities

POSITION: Marketing Director
Milwaukee, WI


We are a mid-size Assisted Living Provider in Southeastern Wisconsin and are looking embrace marketing to fuel our growth.  We are looking for a dynamic, creative marketing professional to guide our marketing efforts and supercharge our growth.

We are looking for someone who can market our business and grow our brand to attract both new customers and great staff.  We need to engage using social media, peer to peer networking within the health care community and through sponsoring and hosting local community events.   If you are dynamic, creative, enthusiastic and looking for an environment where you can try your new ideas and lead the marketing effort contact me!

John Teresinski
Managing Director
Platinum Communities
414 940-6608

Marshfield Clinic Health System

POSITION: Director of Marketing
Marshfield, WI


Marshfield Clinic Health System (MCHS) oversees Marshfield Clinic and other subsidiaries, including Security Health Plan of Wisconsin, Inc., Marshfield Clinic Information Services, Flambeau Hospital in Park Falls and Lakeview Medical Center in Rice Lake, Wisconsin. Marshfield Clinic, with more than 50 locations in Wisconsin, serves patients through accessible, high quality health care, research and education; with more than 700 physician specialists in over 80 specialties and subspecialties and more than 7,000 employees.

The Director of Marketing manages the assessment of market position, trends, demographics, product line definitions for the system and collaborates closely with leadership to provide objective data and analysis to enable leaders to make informed decisions and achieve strategic goals. The individual is responsible for the selection, mentoring and performance evaluation of a marketing team intended to implement and partner with organizational leaders in achieving the organizational and departmental strategic goals.

Marshfield Clinic Health System is committed to enriching the lives of others through accessible, affordable compassionate healthcare. Successful applicants will listen, serve and put the needs of patients and customers first.


  • Master’s degree in business, healthcare administration or public health.
  • Eight years of leadership experience in strategic planning or business development.
  • Demonstrated expertise in strategic planning, market assessment, product development, advanced statistical and financial analysis and information systems utilized to collect and manage market information.
  • Five years management experience.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with written, verbal and non‐verbal communication skills.
  • Leadership experience in strategic planning or business development within a healthcare system preferred.

Marshfield Clinic Health Systems offers a competitive compensation package, a positive working environment that values teamwork and collaboration, as well as lucrative benefits.

Marshfield, Wisconsin has a community of 19,500 and is proud of our family-friendly environment. Marshfield is ranked “Best Place to Live in Wisconsin and Eighth Best Place to Live in America” by Bizjournals.com and offers excellent health care, schools, vitality, connection to cultural mainstream, and a low cost of living all wrapped up in a small-town feel. We are located in the middle of the state with easy access to a network of interstate, U.S. and State highways.

Questions may be directed to: Beth Westlund, Human Resources, westlund.bethany@marshfieldclinic.org

Apply online at https://www.marshfieldclinic.org/careers

Search by position number MC162021

You may apply directly at:


Marshfield Clinic, 1000 North Oak Avenue, Marshfield, WI 54449

Marshfield Clinic is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.


UW Health

POSITION: Hospital Donation Services Specialist
Madison, WI


Under the general direction of the Hospital and Community Development Manager, the Hospital Donation Specialist (HDS) is responsible for the donation process in 104 federally designated hospitals which refer deaths and imminent deaths in UW Organ and Tissue Donation’s (UW OTD) service area. This process includes supporting referring hospitals in maintaining regulatory compliance related to organ and tissue donation. The HDS will foster communication and maximize the opportunity to give the gift of life by creating and enriching a network of relationships, designing and implementing quality improvement initiatives, assisting with policy development, and educating hospital staff. The strong collaboration fostered by the HDS between the referring hospitals and UW OTD is necessary to achieve the community benefit of providing organs and tissues to patients in need. Additionally, the HDS will provide leadership and guidance to all UW OTD staff as they participate in hospital development activities. The impact of this position upon the organization is primarily seen in the number of appropriate patients referred to UW OTD in a timely manner and improving the conversion rate of potential donors to actual donors. Failure of the incumbent to carry out the responsibilities of this position can result in the loss of organs and tissue for transplant, resulting in loss of life for those patients who are waiting for a transplant. The incumbent possesses exemplary communication, leadership, and quality improvement skills.

Strategic planning, professionalism and attention to detail are also key assets that will assist in project management, event planning and prioritization oftasks and responsibilities. As hospital and community education is a key component of the HDS role, the incumbent must have exceptional presentation preparation and public speaking abilities. The HDS will address a multitude of issues ranging from extremely complex and sometimes unsolvable challenges, such as referring hospital physician activities and noncompliance with government regulations, to relatively common problems involving logistical issues and the utilization of available medical personnel and resources. Problems are expected to be solved in a professional manner using previous experience, critical conversation skills and leveraging established hospital relationships and knowledge. A high degree of organizational and problem solving skills are necessary in this position. Each hospital has unique circumstances that must be dealt with in an expedient manner to ensure the success of the donation programs. Innovative problem solving often needs to be accomplished in a rapid and decisive fashion to lessen the potential for major problems to occur, which could negatively impact the patients waiting for a transplant. Internal and external customer relationships comprise a substantial portion of this position as the HDS is the primary UW OTD contact for the hospitals to which they are assigned. Occasionally, this results in real-time case involvement where the HDS must respond efficiently and effectively to requests for assistance.

The HDS must also communicate regularly with hospitals and in a variety of methods, including maintaining a visual presence on-site no less than 75% of their work time. Much of this on-site time is dedicated to trainings and meeting with various departments, but it may also include working with staff and/or families real-time during potential or actual donation cases. The HDS must therefore be versed in the donation process and subsequent resources as well as be able to provide guidance, compassion and support to both staff and families. The position’s essence is in maintaining and improving relationships to ensure a conversion rate of 75% or greater. The incumbent will work collaboratively with a range of professionals including high-level administrators, directors, managers, physicians, and nurses involved in the donation process. The incumbent also collaborates with other recovery organizations and partners to support the donation process.

For major responsibilities, position requirements, and online application, see: