Surgical Care Affiliates

Development Analyst

Job Location US-AL-Birmingham
# of Openings


Surgical Care Affiliates (SCA), a leader in the outpatient surgery industry, strategically partners with health plans, medical groups, and health systems across the country to develop and optimize surgical facilities. SCA operates more than 200 surgical facilities, including ambulatory surgery centers and surgical hospitals, in partnership with approximately 3,000 physicians. For more information on SCA, visit

Accountabilities / Responsibilities

Reporting to the Sr. Director of Development, the Development Analyst is responsible for leading pro forma financial models for SCA’s merger and acquisition activity across the country.

Internal Relationships:

Development, Finance & Operational leaders with exposure to the Executive Team

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Owning the pro forma financial model for mergers and acquisitions from inception to deal close
  • Assisting in preparation of executive approval packages
  • Thinking critically about how a transaction supports the overall strategy of the market and the Company
  • Ensuring that communication to prospective customers is accurate, prompt, and timely
  • Fostering a culture of open communication, creativity, and teamwork
  • Working with Finance and Operational leaders to confirm key assumptions in the pro forma financial model


  • Undergraduate degree required
  • 1 to 3 years work experience preferred
  • Qualified candidate will be highly analytical, a critical thinker, intellectually curious, with decision making skills
  • Exceptional skill in problem solving, financial analysis, and attention to detail
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Ability to present complex concepts in a clear, concise manner
  • Very proficient skillset using Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint)

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