Fallon Health PEOPLE & CULTURE HR DIRECTOR – GREAT LEADERSHIP ROLE – GROWING HEALTH ORGANIZATION! in Worcester, Massachusetts
In spite of the unprecedented challenges locally and around the world Fallon Health remains an essential workplace and continues to diligently work towards growth and a focus on care management to maintain and improve the health of our members. To that end Fallon continues robust efforts to attract, hire, develop and retain the best and brightest talent in our field. Behind this mission is a small yet mighty HR team that works very creatively and collaboratively in driving employee and workforce best practices.
This is where you come in… We are excited to find our next great People and Culture Director!
While we have some programs in place in the areas of Talent Management, Employee Engagement and Recognition, Leadership Development, and our Council for Cultural Competence, there is still a fantastic opportunity for somebody to assess current programs, initiate changes and create new initiatives. We welcome the outside expertise and experience someone brings from other settings to take a fresh look and provide enhancements to take our programs to the next level.
ABOUT FALLON HEALTH:
Founded in 1977, Fallon Health is a leading health care services organization that supports the diverse and changing needs of those we serve. In addition to offering innovative health insurance solutions and a variety of Medicaid and Medicare products, we excel in creating unique health care programs and services that provide coordinated, integrated care for seniors and individuals with complex health needs. Fallon has consistently ranked among the nation’s top health plans, and is the only health plan in Massachusetts to have been awarded “Excellent” Accreditation by the National Committee for Quality Assurance for its HMO, Medicare Advantage and Medicaid products. For more information, visit.
Responsible for designing, developing and executing Talent Management programs that Engage, Develop and Retain employees. Acts as employee “culture keeper” and partners closely with the Fallon’s Leadership Team to create strategies that promote employee engagement, development and retention in support of Fallon’s growth strategies
Employee Engagement (40%)
Leads annual employee engagement survey design, implementation, communication and follow up.
Responsible for the annual performance review process.
Oversees the on-boarding process including orientations to all new hires
Oversee employee recognition programs.
Leads Cultural Competency Council.
Talent Management/Organizational Development/Leadership Development (40%)
Partner with the VP talent management and CHRO to facilitate the talent review process and succession planning, support the HR business partners with talent review, succession planning, change management initiatives. Conduct talent assessments for management population to identify high potential‘s and provide developmental opportunities for career growth. Identify, nurture and grow talent pipelines to support all levels of Fallon’s workforce needs.
Work collaboratively with HR business partners and the business to develop integrated training and development strategy that develops Fallon’s leaders and team members in support of the current business strategy and long-term vision of the organization.
Design develop and execute leadership development programs and ensure that leaders receive the development they need to drive the business and be successful in their current and future roles.
Systematically evaluate leadership development programs for continuous program improvement and achievement of performance outcomes, including reporting results to senior leadership
Assess and refine new development programs to ensure effectiveness and integration with leadership development curriculum
Redesign and deploy innovative and impactful programs that are aligned with Fallon’s short and long-term strategic goals.
HR Business Partner (20%)
Design, develop, and implement innovative value add solutions that align with strategy
Partners with business leaders to anticipate and solve organizational people and change related initiatives.
Graduate level degree required in Organizational Psychology, Organizational Leadership, or Human Resources or equivalent.
Healthcare background preferred but not a requirement
Professional training experience and knowledge of adult learning best practices required
Ten years of progressively responsible experience in human resources or talent management.
Demonstrated ability to achieve results when working across organizational boundaries
Demonstrated ability to think and act strategically and systemically
A professional Coaching certification with experience in that field is also desirable but not required
Posted Date 2 days ago (7/31/2020 12:16 PM)
Job ID 6037
# Positions 1
Category Human Resources