Director, The Academy Fellows Program
About the Academy:The Health Management Academy (The Academy) brings together health system leaders and innovators to collectively address the industry's biggest challenges and opportunities. By assisting executives in cultivating peer networks, understanding key strategic trends, establishing pragmatic partnerships, and developing next-generation leaders, our members are better positioned to lead industry transformation. The Academy offers a dynamic atmosphere with significant opportunities for employees. If you are interested in contributing to a member-centric, creative, and collaborative workforce while deeply influencing top leaders and institutions in healthcare, The Academy could be the right place for you!Position Summary:The Director of The Academy GE Fellows Program oversees The Academy GE Fellows Program and other leadership development programs and projects at The Academy. The Academy GE Fellows Program provides the most prestigious experience in the nation for high-potential leaders of the largest health systems. The Fellows Program is an outstanding opportunity for exceptional high-level leaders who aspire to significant corporate-level positions with Leading Health Systems. There are fellowships for administrative, financial, physician and nurse executives.Primary Job Duties:Program manage The Academy GE Fellows Program, which includes cohorts of administrative, financial, nurse and physician executives;Manage The Academy GE Fellows Program's recruitment, nomination and selection processes, core curriculum, evaluation and program components;Work with The Fellows Program Advisory Committees and Faculty to develop meeting programming for the Fellows orientation and annual meetings, as well as the annual Crotonville Seminar at the Jack Welch Leadership Institute;Manage The Academy GE Fellows Alumni Program's recruitment, retention, administration, evaluation, & annual meeting programming;Manage The Academy's Executive-in-Residence Program (Recently retired C-suite executives that serve as mentors and faculty);Oversee progress and design an outcome evaluation of The Academy GE Fellows Action Projects;Collaborate across departments to share ideas and insights on industry thought leadership;Work closely with Meeting Services staff to integrate fellows and fellowship programming with meeting logistics requirements;Oversee production and design of The Academy GE Fellows Program marketing, meeting and graduation materials.Minimum Qualifications:Minimum 5 years experience in program management experienceBachelor's Degree RequiredProject management experienceProven ability to establish credibility and relationships with senior executivesRelevant experience in content development and delivery preferredAdvanced proficiency with Microsoft Office SuiteExperience working within a CRM such as Salesforce.com strongly preferredInterpersonal Skills & Attributes:Effective verbal and written communication sillsAbility to present effectively to groupsAbility to learn healthcare industry trendsCreative thinking and problem solving capabilitiesAble to identify needs of member base proactively and work to addressStrategic mindsetAbility to influence others at senior levelsTeam approach to working with others, ability to perform a variety of duties within any work-dayProcess oriented with the ability to drive a project to completionAttention to detailAbility to work independently and as a team memberSelf-directed and resourcefulExcellent organizational skillsBenefitsThe Academy recruits, rewards, and retains employees by leading the local labor market in total compensation, providing opportunities for employees to advance and develop their careers as a result of the fast-paced, high-growth, nature of our company. We are proud to offer a benefit package including comprehensive health benefits; a company matched 401(k); flexible benefits for dependent care, unreimbursed health care, and commuter expenses and paid time off program. In addition, eligible employees receive company paid: parking, life insurance, short-term disability, wellness program, and access to an on-site fitness facility.Physical Demands:The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required talk and hear. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, and distance vision. Ability to lift over 15 lbs.Notice of Equal Opportunity Employment:The Academy is committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, The Academy will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. The Academy's goal is for our people to reflect the communities in which we live and serve and to ensure representation of women, people of color, veterans and individuals with disabilities in our organization.