Job Ref:R0056093 Category:Human Resources Employment Type:Full Time Health Care Partner:The University of Vermont Medical Center Location:1 S Prospect, Burlington, VT Department:UVMHN - Workforce Development Job Type:Regular Primary Shift:Day Hours:8:00 am - 4:30 pm Hours per Week: 40 Weekend Needs:None Pay Rate: $33.72 - $50.57 per hour
This is a remote/hybrid career opportunity.
The Workforce Development Program Manager - Nursing and Nursing Support Roles provides project oversight and implementation for assigned workforce pathway programs across the network. This includes project management, program launch, scaling existing programs and setting up programs for long-term success. This role will play a critical role to ensure that partners across the network have enough talent with the right skills at the right time to deliver high-quality care.
This role requires the ability to execute business plans, assemble key stakeholders, compose a project plan, build relationships, and set deadlines in order to launch and scale these programs. Through a close partnership with key internal stakeholders (e.g., clinical leaders and subject matter experts, HR business partners, talent acquisition, etc.) and external stakeholders (colleges, intermediaries, community-based organizations, workforce boards, funders, etc.), this role will lead assigned projects to meet the current and future talent needs for the UVM Health Network.
Bachelor's Degree required.
Typically requires three to five years of experience in organizational development, human resources, talent acquisition, program management, clinical education, higher education, workforce development or related field.
Requires experience leading and implementing workforce pathway programs and pipelines for specific functions in the healthcare workforce (e.g., apprenticeship, work-based learning, college programming, etc.).
Requires the experience and demonstrated ability to see projects through the development phase (e.g., project planning, developing policies and procedures, developing program materials, etc.) as well as leading the programs throughout implementation and scale (e.g., facilitating information sessions, leading the selection process, enrolling participants, etc.).
Demonstrated ability to execute and implement sustainable programs to attract and retain talent.
Prior experience working in or with a large and/or highly matrixed healthcare organization or facility is strongly preferred.
Prior experience leading programs implementation in a union environment is strongly preferred.