Senior Healthcare Transition Planner

Reno, NV location at a terrific client site.

Do you want to be part of something substantive?

Do you want to be with a firm where the owners know your name?

Do you wanted to be treated with respect and valued for your skills?

If you answered yes, then this is the firm for you!

This visionary award-winning Federal and VA healthcare consulting firm is looking for extraordinary technical, management, and subject matter experts to help continue to build a great company.

The firm is a Service-disabled, Veteran-owned Small Business professional services firm with over 30 years of experience in their respective areas of expertise. These areas include disease management, health education, and health administration. The principal consultants of Visionary also specialize in health information technology and the management of large-scale programs and projects. Our leaders believe that optimum promotion of health and responsible management of chronic disease are dependent upon on a health care system that is capable of reaching all individuals and integrating personal health care with population based public health.

They work:

To enrich the lives of the people who come in contact with us.

To learn and adapt.

To be driven and ambitious.

To embrace individual contribution.

As a full-time Permanent employee, you will primarily be responsible as the Senior Transition Planner (on site) in activating healthcare facilities in Reno, NV

Senior Transition Planner will provide technical, administrative, and operational leadership to assigned projects and tasks.

At this level, the position is typically responsible for managing multiple projects and tasks and supervising more than 10 employees ‘ both exempt and non-exempt and including two or more subordinate supervisors and managers. Technical difficulty/complexity of assigned tasks/projects may also affect level selection.

  • Provide transition planning and execution requirements.
  • Provide technical oversight to on-site Transition Leads.
  • Support and/or facilitate operational planning activities: Position supports the on-site transition lead in concept of operations development and communications. Responsible for attending meetings (on-site or virtual) with departments/activities to work thru all operational issues for the new spaces, focusing on processes, equipment, staffing and training requirements. Review all products from the site which support the overall transition process.
  • Support and/or facilitate staff planning activities: Position will provide guidance to the on-site team on the process of setting up and maintaining a From/To Employee and Function (Faces to Spaces) Database. Will be prepared to maintain the Database if required.
  • Reparation of staff move guides: Position reviews and provides technical support in the production of move guides that will be specific to each department and will be incorporated into a master move guide. Guides will include general moving instructions, per-move checklist, labels, etc.
  • Preparation of transition manuals: Position reviews and provides technical support in the preparation of “Day-In-the-Life” packets for relocating activities that describe the gaining facility and how daily functions will operated post-relocation.
  • Staff orientation and training: Position provide technical oversight and recommendation on the coordination and facilitation of change management. This training will include equipment operation, way-finding, overall new facility policies and procedures.
  • Provide technical review of the facility orientation for external personnel such as emergency services, local fire department, Provost Marshall’s Office and guard staff. Training documentation, including a roster of trained personnel will be prepared.
  • Participates in special projects as required.


  • Bachelor Degree (preferred) in Nursing, Business Administration or a related discipline, or the equivalent combination of education, professional training, or work experience. Equivalent technical training and experience may be considered.
  • Candidate with recent Army Medical or Dental clinical experience is desired.


  • Qualified candidate will have 5 or more years of related experience in Federal health care operations, planning and training.
  • The staff member must possess skills in military health care operations, planning and training and must have an in-depth understanding of clinical operations.
  • Position provides data and information to the program manager and the on-site project manager in order to support a variety of reports and informational products related to project status.

Work Schedule: Monday through Friday, 7:30 am to 4:30 pm

7:30 am to 4:30 pm M-F, up to $90.000 and excellent benefits.