Peer Health Exchange (“PHE”), is a national non-profit organization that gives teenagers the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy decisions. We do this by training college students to teach a comprehensive health curriculum in public high schools that lack health education. Since our founding in 2003, we have trained more than 5,000 college student volunteers to deliver effective health education to over 57,000 public high school students in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, and the San Francisco Bay Area, and will be expanding to Washington, DC, in fall 2012. We recently launched our 2011-2015 Strategic Plan. The plan has three major priorities: deepening impact, investing in more robust program evaluation, and developing and testing additional methods for impact, all while serving 120,000 teens over the next four years. To achieve these priorities, we will grow from a staff of 40 and a budget of $9.5M today to a staff of over 100 and a budget of $14M in 2015.
The primary responsibilities of the PHE National Director of Talent will be to oversee the quality of all aspects of PHE talent, including talent acquisition, retention, and development policies and processes, and to work closely with senior management to develop, implement, and strengthen PHE’s human capital strategy. The Director of Talent reports to the Chief Operating Officer.
This is a full-time position with a competitive salary and benefits package.
The PHE Director of Talent will oversee the quality of all aspects of PHE talent by:
- Serving as a key organizational thought leader on attracting, developing, and retaining best-in-class talent
- Developing targeted capability to identify and engage high performing individuals and stimulate their interest in PHE
- Developing, revising, and managing PHE’s publicity, hiring, and on-boarding processes, procedures, and materials for all PHE staff members
- Developing and overseeing the implementation of a comprehensive performance management system for all PHE staff members
- Coordinating all professional development programs and opportunities and succession planning
- Serving as a resource to supervisors in addressing management challenges
- Managing all HR administration including new hire and termination processes, compensation assessments and practices
- Recruiting, selecting, and managing an HR Associate to assist in HR administration
- Assisting the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer as a key member of the National Management Team
PHE is looking for a dynamic, driven leader who:
Peer Health Exchange is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
- Has strong passion for PHE’s mission to give teenagers the knowledge and skills needed to make healthy decisions
- Has a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience; MBA or Master’s degree in a related field preferred
- Has more than five years of progressively increasing talent management experience, including knowledge of human resources systems, compensation and benefits, for a growing, multi-site organization
- Has excellent management skills including the ability to inspire, motivate, influence, and hold staff accountable to significant standards
- Has experience leading, planning, and managing in an entrepreneurial and growing organization
- Has demonstrated ability to develop, implement, and manage business systems and processes, including budget development
- Has exceptional verbal and written communication skills
- Has excellent organizational skills and extreme detail-orientation
- Exercises excellent judgment in decision-making
Please submit a resume, a cover letter (include how you learned about the position), and a writing sample (your best non-fiction writing, 3 pages or less) to the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org . Only candidates who submit all three materials will be considered for the position. For more information about Peer Health Exchange, please visit www.peerhealthexchange.org . No phone calls please.
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