The Career Development Program Manager is responsible for building and managing clinical and non-clinical career development programs, affiliation agreements and career counseling services to support organizational goals and strategic priorities. This includes cultivating relationships with educational institutions, community stakeholders, students, internal leaders and Associates to support career development programs and initiatives.
As an EOE/AA employer, the organization will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, and veteran or disability status.
Manages the day to day operations of the Career Development team.
Leads the management and expansion of partnerships and affiliations with internal stakeholders and educational institutions:
Conducts outreach to community organizations, technical schools, community colleges, universities, etc. Develops and markets communications promoting career development efforts through a variety of methods and mediums.
Promotes critical educational programs to advance the career and workforce development needs of MWHC and its Associates. Develops mutually beneficial relationships with educational institutions, community, and national resources to provide programs and placement opportunities for high demand clinical and non-clinical fields of study.
Provides career counseling services and resources to internal Associates and students who are actively pursuing education and/or expanded career opportunities within MWHC.
Serves as a subject matter expert (SME) on career development, student programs and educational affiliations.
Partners with Human Resources and MWHC leadership to develop initiatives to support recruitment and retention efforts.
Consults with leadership, functional areas and other internal stakeholders to assess workforce needs and identify optimal student partnership opportunities; to include shadowing, rotational, internship and externship opportunities for students.
Oversees student and faculty onboarding process in collaboration with other departments, including appropriate orientation and documentation of organizational requirements.
Develops, analyzes and communicates performance on key success measures used to evaluate ongoing partnership and program effectiveness.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree in education, business, human resources or other relevant field.
Minimum of three years management experience with responsibility for selecting, developing, retaining and managing the performance of staff.
Minimum of five years of career and/or workforce development experience to include building partnerships with stakeholders and educational institutions and managing student relationships.
Minimum of two years of experience providing career counseling to students and/or employees and engaging in community outreach programs/events.
Experience leading multiple projects simultaneously, delivering on objectives within set time periods and evaluating program effectiveness.
Prior experience with Learning Management Systems, SharePoint and other workforce technology.
Prior experience in healthcare.
Workforce development certification or training.
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