We are seeking an experienced Healthcare Product Design Program Director to join our team in Dallas. In this position, you’ll be responsible for the design of economically viable packaged services that are to be marketed to employers, brokers, and health plans. This position is critical to driving new product ideation, research, definition, approval, and prioritization to strengthen the overall product portfolio. As a key communicator and advisor to leaders and operational staff, this role is needed to ensure the success of approved concepts through the new product process and on to commercialization. In this position, you won’t have any direct reports, although it is a program director role. You will be leading ideation exercise, investigating market needs, defining unique value propositions, and creating business cases for high-potential new product concepts, so excellent communication and collaboration skills are a must. Top Reasons to Love This Job: 1. 2017 FORTUNE Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For®” 2. 2016 and 2017 Becker’s Healthcare “150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare” 3. #7 in The Dallas Morning News’ “Top 100 Places to Work” in 2016 4. Relocation included 5. Excellent opportunities for professional growth 6. Competitive compensation and full benefits Top “Must Have” Skills for This Job: 1. Bachelor’s or Master’s degree 2. Eight years of healthcare product development experience required. 3. Strong experience in compensation and benefits 4. Experience in building compensation products 5. Strong financial acumen preferred About Dallas A modern metropolis situated in north Texas, Dallas has a thriving economy and is one of the fastest growing cities in the state. Home to a number of beautiful parks and more shopping centers per capita than any other city in the US, Dallas has no shortage of entertainment for locals. Residents enjoy the art museums, cultural centers, and the annual State Fair of Texas. Additionally, Dallas is also known for its excellent Tex-Mex and BBQ, and was the first city to produce a frozen margarita.