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Chief Workforce Development Officer

Saginaw, MI · Human Resources
Great Lakes Bay Health Centers is adding a Chief Workforce Development Officer to lead our high-performing HR team!

Who We Are:
Great Lakes Bay Health Centers (GLBHC) is a community health center umbrella made up of 32 locations throughout the Great Lakes Bay region and beyond. Most locations are set up to serve medically underserved populations, but our doors are open to anyone regardless of insurance or lack of insurance. The services provided are sensitive to the needs of the community, are not based on ability to pay, and are offered without regard to criteria such as race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Our federally qualified community health centers around Michigan offer a wide range of comprehensive high-quality care to thousands of patients. Simply put, we change peoples’ lives!

The Chief Workforce Development Officer Position:
The Chief Workforce Development Officer (CWDO) is responsible for leading all things people related, including the strategic growth, development, and support of the Great Lakes Bay Health Centers' workforce. The CWDO is responsible for attracting talent, performance coaching and evaluation, staff development, motivation, communication and building shared vision.

The CWDO serves as a key executive team member and leads the development and implementation of proactive diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives to support the organization's strategic plan to cultivate an environment where all individuals, regardless of their background are welcomed and provided equal opportunities to succeed.

Expectations include, but are not limited to:
  • Being a champion for our team’s long-term training and development needs
  • Develop employee engagement awareness to drive our guiding principles throughout the organization
  • Strategic workforce planning, including consideration for staff development, career pathing, and skills enhancement to meet the needs of the organization
  • Prioritize the volume and quality of workforce development opportunities in support of GLBHC's strategic priorities around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
  • A tireless commitment and passion around GLBHC’s guiding principles

Preferred Experience, Skills & Abilities of the Chief Workforce Development Officer:
  • Bachelor's Degree required and Master's Degree preferred in Human Services Administration, Public Administration, Health Sciences, Human Resources Administration, or related field.
  • Minimum of five (5) years required and ten (10) years preferred of progressively responsible experience in education or curriculum development or workforce development.
  • Minimum of five (5) years required and ten (10) years preferred of supervisory and management experience.
  • Must complete Certification in Diversity Management within two years of employment.

Compensation, Benefits & Structure of the Chief Workforce Development Officer:
This position includes a competitive salary structure, based on skills and experience, and a comprehensive benefit and retirement package. The position is based in our Saginaw, MI office with travel around the State to various GLBHC offices as required. The CWDO reports to the Chief Executive Officer.

The Recruitment Process for the Chief Workforce Development Officer:
The recruitment process will include two preliminary phone screens, two web-based (or in-person) interviews, a candidate personality assessment, and a pre-employment background check and drug test. The process, which is being facilitated through EctoHR, Inc. is designed to ensure that candidates are aligned with GLBHC’s mission, passion, and guiding principles.

Great Lakes Bay Health Centers is an Equal Opportunity Employer! Our goal is to attract an inclusive team of employees, including but not limited to people of color, women, people with disabilities, military veterans, and members of the LGBTQ+ community.

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