The Wyanoke Group
Thorofare, West Deptford, NJ, USA
Healio, a healthcare information and education provider, is looking for a creative professional with fresh ideas and copywriting experience to join our marketing and design team. The successful candidate will have the ability to understand the unique objectives for internal/external clients and campaigns; participate in concept development; provide compelling copy that drives engagement and interaction; and the ability to effectively communicate with internal business units, project teams and all levels of management.
Significant role in concept development and setting the creative direction for promotional materials across all channels including print, social, video, live events and digital direct response.
Lead copywriter for new campaigns and engagement initiatives
Contribute to and support UX process including UX copy
Collaborate with the creative team on production of marketing assets through initial concept, copywriting and graphic design.
Oversee multi-faceted campaigns to ensure timely delivery of approved assets for each part or at each stage of the campaign.
Other responsibilities that support the company’s goals as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in Advertising, Marketing, Communications, Public Relations or related field
5+ years of marketing, advertising or agency experience
Management and/or team leadership experience
Superior copywriting/editing/proofreading skills
Excellent written/verbal communication skills
Ability to problem solve, find solutions and make informed decisions
Proficiency in Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Experience in healthcare communications a plus
We are open to a remote employee.
The Wyanoke Group is the holding company for Healio, Healio Live, Healio Strategic Solutions, SLACK Incorporated, and Vindico Medical Education. From medical journals, newspapers, and textbooks to websites and live events, it is our mission to deliver the highest quality information, education, and communications to customers around the world.
The Wyanoke Group is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, current or prospective service in the uniformed services or disability.
The Wyanoke Group strives to instill a positive culture, an environment that encourages collaboration and learning from one another. The Wyanoke Group recognizes the great people that allow us to accomplish great things.
And those same people who contribute to the success of our business every day are equally as committed to serving others in our community. The Wyanoke Group enjoys doing its part through charitable fundraisers, sponsorships and events.
Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD, USA
HR Generalist - Centers for Civic Impact
The Center for Government Excellence (GovEx), Centers for Civic Impact (Civic Impact) and the Bloomberg Center for Public Innovation empower governments and nonprofits around the world to make transformational change so that residents thrive in their communities. The growing group of centers are collectively seeking a Human Resource Generalist to design, develop, and launch their human resource practice. In partnership with the Centers' Financial Manager, the HR Generalist will manage both administrative and strategic planning tasks across various areas of HR, including hiring and retention, conflict management and mediation, and employee training.
The selected candidate will have the opportunity to shape the culture and people centered dynamics of these critical centers that are leading government transformation. The HR Generalist will be responsible for embedding an equity framework into HR processes, including but not limited to recruitment, hiring, and promotion processes. In supporting a diverse and rapidly growing team, the HR Generalist will be expected to adapt, share and integrate and teach best practices in inclusive recruitment and employment, as well as support employees throughout their professional tenure.
We seek a creative team member who thrives in a collaborative environment and is committed to advancing principles of racial and social justice. We are seeking a highly skilled visionary and dynamic leader who has proven experience building effective organizations with a workforce that has diverse skills with preferences for public sector, higher education, or technology people management. In addition to real-world experience, the HR Generalist must be a strong leader with excellent management and communication skills.
The position reports to the KSAS/WSE Office of Human Resources, HR Manager and provides independent professional HR generalist support to the faculty, staff and students within the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Centers for Civic Impact and its affiliated Centers and may include the HR functional areas of employee relations, talent acquisition, talent management, training, compensation/benefits administration, HRIS, communications, payroll, and others as needed. This position is located at the Homewood Campus (Baltimore).
Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, marital status, pregnancy, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, other legally protected characteristics or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. The University promotes Affirmative Action for minorities, women, individuals who are disabled, and veterans. Johns Hopkins University is a drug-free, smoke-free workplace.
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
Recruitment and Employment (50%)
Develop and implement staff recruitment, selection and promotion policy, protocols and training to be followed in the Krieger School Centers for Civic Impact, and its related Centers', to ensure uniformity across the centers on best recruitment practices for diversity, equity and inclusion.
Consult with managers to develop promotion guidelines for internal staff.
Manage database of the Centers recruitment and employment trajectory, particularly regarding the advancement of historically excluded groups.
Consult with managers and supervisors to assess staffing needs and assist them in developing requisitions and job descriptions based on those needs, with explicit attention to linguistic analysis, potential bias and position framing.
Partner with managers, supervisors, and JHU Compensation to determine appropriate compensation for prospective employees, merit increases, equity adjustments, etc.
Assist the Centersand supervisors with guidance during the introductory period to ensure the identified candidate is successful and is the proper fit for the position.
Train departments, administrators, and supervisors on appropriate recruitment protocols in connecting with and supporting a diverse workforce.
Train hiring managers on proper interviewing techniques.
Consult with managers and supervisors to develop candidate interview questions and exercises that are considerate of potential bias.
Advise and assist with the selection of the interview committee.
Advise on characteristics and skills for the ideal candidate based off of department needs and skills required for the position.
Advise on technical questions related to recruitment software.
Provides timely and efficient service to the hiring managers and candidates.
General HR Consultation (30%)
Act as consultant/contact/liaison for faculty, staff and management on HR issues including personnel practices and University policy, employee relations, compensation, training, recruitment and benefits. Partners with KSAS/WSE HR Manager or Director as needed.
Coordinate and/or implement Supervisory Training courses.
Assist managers/supervisors/team members in design and completion of effective on-boarding for new and current team members.
Assist managers/supervisors/team members in the development and completion of performance evaluations.
Increase employee engagement and maintain positive employee relations by facilitating communication and problem resolution rooted in restorative justice techniques.
Under the direction of the KSAS/WSE HR Manager or Director, draft and review disciplinary actions including performance improvement plans.
Provide one-to-one counseling to support progressive discipline and actions.
Assist departments in writing/updating position descriptions for classification review.
Maintains professional, courteous communications with internal and external contacts.
Provides client consultation in a professional and timely fashion.
Produces position descriptions and other documents in a clear, professional, equitable and timely fashion.
Work with consultants to offer HR related training to internal team members
Professional Development (10%)
In consultation with supervisors, define and Provide professional development assistance to staff.
Assist Centers and staff in career pathing and succession planning.
Provide clear and defined career paths to eligible employees as appropriate.
Consult with and advise Centers and staff on appropriate professional development to further the goals of employees as well as the goals of departments.
Advise management on helping staff create individual development plans
Transactional and Office Administration (5%)
Administer JHU's staff policies and processes for the Centers; maintain appropriate records.
Initiate and/or approve various HR transactions within SAP to establish positions, hire, change salaries, etc.)
Participate in the execution of payroll transactions in SAP as an initiator and/or approver.
Generate BW Analysis reports to track information, review salary equity, develop organization charts, etc.
Serve as backup to the Sr. Administrative Coordinator, HR Focus for E210 timekeeping system administration and other payroll functions.
Perform JHED administration functions as needed for new hires, contractors and current JHED ID holders
Other Duties (5%)
Advise employees on human resource programs available within JHU, such as mediation, mySupport (Faculty and Staff Assistance Program), Work/Life, etc.
Provide employee consultation in a professional and timely fashion.
Support the creation and cultivation of an alumni network for Centers' alumni.
Build and maintain knowledge of the human resource best practices in the private and public sector in order to support leadership in continuous improvement of HR programming.
Minimum Qualifications (Mandatory):
Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or other related field.
Three years of progressive experience in a professional human resources capacity.
Preferred Qualifications :
Five years of progressive experience in a professional human resources capacity.
Prior JHU experience, or experience in higher education is a plus.
Special Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Familiarity with Interfolio or other applicant tracking software is helpful.
Experience with SAP or other enterprise resource planning software is a plus.
Classified Title: HR Generalist
Working Title: HR Generalist - Centers for Civic Impact
Starting Salary Range: Commensurate With Experience
Employee group: Full Time
Exempt Status: Exempt
Location: 01-MD:Homewood Campus
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Personnel area: School of Arts & Sciences
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The University of Alabama in Huntsville
Huntsville, AL, USA
Assistant Professor : The Department of Psychology at The University of Alabama in Huntsville invites applications for a tenure-track position in the area of Human Factors Psychology at the assistant professor level with appointment beginning Fall 2022. We seek applicants who welcome the challenges and rewards of serving on a diverse and intellectually curious faculty of a growing department located in a dynamic and supportive high-tech community.
Responsibilities: Effectively teach Human Factors, advanced statistics (e.g., SEM, Bayesian or other non-frequentist statistics, dynamic modeling etc.) and related courses in undergraduate and graduate programs in face-to-face or online modes as needed by the department during the first year with an additional course in the candidate’s area of expertise during the second year. The regular teaching load is three courses (9 credit hours) per semester. Faculty are expected to conduct and publish high-quality scholarly research in a collegial environment where both intra- and inter-disciplinary collaborations are valued as well as participate actively in the profession, university service, and outreach to the local community.
Qualifications: A Ph.D. in Psychology, Human Factors or a closely related field such as HCI or Systems Engineering is required. Ability to teach graduate and undergraduate courses related to Human Factors with an emphasis on advanced statistics is preferred. Ideal candidates will be serious educators and scholars with excellent teaching skills (prior online teaching experience preferred), and with evidence of ability to develop a programmatic line of research during which the candidate can supervise undergraduate and graduate student research. A successful candidate will be able to attract external funding, while maintaining a highly productive record of publication. We prefer candidates who have a strong academic background and a commitment to excellence in undergraduate and graduate education to grow the Human Factors Program and expand student interest and engagement in the newly developed Applied Experimental Psychology Ph.D. program. ABDs will be considered; however, all requirements for the doctoral degree must be completed by August 1, 2022 to be appointed at the rank of Assistant Professor.
About Huntsville: The Huntsville area is a culturally diverse community and maintains one of the highest per capita incomes and standards of living in the Southeast. U.S. News recently ranked Huntsville as the third best place to live in 2021-2022 among the 150 most populous metro areas in the country. Known as “Rocket City,” Huntsville has a major presence of technology, space, and defense industries, which allows the city to offer a variety of educational, recreational, and cultural opportunities. Huntsville is the most populous city in Alabama, with a metropolitan area population of more than 400,000 and growing. Huntsville’s Cummings Research Park is the country’s second largest research and technology park, housing nearly 300 companies and 29,000 employees involved in technology research and development. Huntsville has a high concentration of Ph.Ds., engineers, and STEM workers, and is recognized as a leading technology city with a rapidly expanding and diverse corporate ecosystem rich in innovation. Huntsville boasts a number of museums, historic sites, parks, and professional sports venues, including Huntsville Museum of Art, Burritt Museum and Park, EarlyWorks Children’s Museum, Alabama Constitution Village, Huntsville Botanical Garden, Monte Sano State Park, the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, Minor League Baseball’s Toyota Field, and Probst Arena for professional hockey. Active downtown and mid-city arts and entertainment districts, including Broadway and symphony performances and a new outdoor amphitheater music venue, contribute to Huntsville’s vibrant cultural life. For more information about Huntsville and its convenient location with easy access to Nashville, Birmingham, and Atlanta, please visit www.huntsville.org.
About the University: The University of Alabama in Huntsville, classified as a High Research Active institution, offers academic and research programs in the colleges of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; Business; Education; Engineering; Nursing; Professional Studies; and Science. The University of Alabama in Huntsville is adjacent to Cummings Research Park and Redstone Arsenal, which is home to more than 75 federal agencies, including the U.S. Army Materiel Command, NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, the U.S. Missile Defense Agency, the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency’s Missile and Space Intelligence Center, and a new $1-billion FBI campus. Huntsville and surrounding communities present many opportunities for human factors research. For more information about UAH, see uah.edu/about.
About the College: The College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at The University of Alabama in Huntsville comprises 9 departments and 84 full-time faculty. We offer a wide array of programs in the arts, humanities, and social sciences including 21 B.A. programs, five M.A. programs, and eight certificate programs. The college has also led the way in creating several interdisciplinary minors, such as Women’s and Gender Studies, Global Studies, and Game Design and Development. Our class sizes are relatively small and our collegial faculty are committed to our students’ successes.
About the Department: The Department of Psychology offers a minor and B.A. in Psychology with concentrations in Psychological Sciences and Psychological Services, an M.A. in Experimental Psychology with the option to specialize in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and will accept our first cohort of students this fall for our Ph.D. in Applied Experimental Psychology, with concentrations in Human Factors, and Psychology and Law as well as a Statistics minor (pending final SACSCOC approval). Faculty are committed to excellence in teaching, research and service.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Applications must include: 1) a cover letter that addresses qualifications for the position description, 2) a curriculum vitae, 3) a copy of graduate transcripts, 4) evidence, if available, of teaching experience or excellence. We seek candidates who value inclusiveness and diversity and who will support our commitment to equity. 5) Candidates must submit a 1-page statement of past or future contributions to equity, inclusivity, and diversity in research, teaching, and/or service. You may draw upon your personal as well as professional experience in developing this statement. Applications should be sent to the Psychology Search Committee Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org . 6) Three letters of recommendation should be sent separately to the same email address.
The University of Alabama in Huntsville is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including marital or parental status), pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, citizenship, genetic information, or status as a veteran.
UAH mandates that all employees maintain compliance with current federal regulations.
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The 360 Group
Vancouver, WA, USA
As the regional force for charitable good, The Community Foundation for Southwest Washington (CFSWW) has granted over $220 million since its inception. In its effort to serve donors and invest in the communities of Clark, Cowlitz, and Skamania counties since 1984, the Foundation has attracted assets under management that now total over $345 million. Marked growth over the past decade has enabled CFSWW to address growing needs and disparities through increased donor and community engagement. It follows that its generous donors, experienced staff, and valued nonprofit partners have evolved and further honed their practices to thoughtfully assist the entire region. CFSWW is poised to seek a new President who will enthusiastically steward and build on CFSWW’s successes.
The Community Foundation for Southwest Washington seeks an accomplished leader who will provide dynamic, forward-thinking leadership to promote CFSWW’s goals, implement the Board-identified policy directives, cultivate charitable giving, continue to empower staff, and steward the role of CFSWW as an inclusive convener throughout the region. They will serve as the key spokesperson and face of CFSWW to its grantees, donors, civic, community and state leaders while they will support Board and staff to be visible in philanthropic activities throughout Southwest Washington. The new President will have a broad-based mix of experiences to promote philanthropy, attracting new donors and giving to increase the size and impact of CFSWW, developing and deepening durable coalitions, and continuing to advance CFSWW’s role in community leadership and advocacy. They will further position the organization to listen to and lift the voices of the broadest cross-section of region’s residents, unifying and engaging all in developing sustainable solutions for their communities.
If you’d like to learn more, please visit CFSWW Opportunity and CFSWW President Profile . If you have personal interest or recommendations, please follow application instructions and/or forward to those who may be interested and qualified.
All applications are held in strict confidence. Please submit your credentials and a letter of interest via email to the attention of Melissa Ulum, Managing Partner. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, though earlier applicants may receive priority consideration. To be considered, MS&S Search encourages all interested candidates to submit their applications promptly to:
Melissa Ulum, Managing Partner
The 360 Group/MS&S Search