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Manager, Performance & Organizational Effectiveness – Binghamton, NY

10. November 2020

Our client, United Health Services Hospitals (UHS) based in Binghamton, NY, seeks a Manager, Performance and Organizational Effectiveness to be responsible for the management of programs, analytics, and processes to improve the overall functioning of the organization, its strategy, planning, and goals.  This role is responsible for the development and administration of employee performance and organizational effectiveness strategies and other culture-related initiatives.  This includes project planning and communication on key organizational transformation and change initiatives, providing consultation to business leaders as well as HR Business Partners in areas of employee performance, action planning, culture transformation, and change management interventions.  This position reports to the Senior Director of Talent, Performance, Organizational Effectiveness and D&I and will oversee one direct report.

The ideal Manager, Performance and Organizational Effectiveness will have experience with training others to establish and calibrate goals and expectations that are specific, measurable, attainable, and clearly linked to the larger strategy of the organization.  He/she will have experience with engineering an advanced performance management intervention that maximizes the career experience for employees and drives higher performance for the organization.  In addition, he/she will have led or been an integral part of large scale, transformative organizational effectiveness projects.

A Bachelor’s degree required and a master’s degree in Human Resources or a related field is preferred.  Five years of experience, including three in a leadership role is required and at least five years in a mid-level management position is desirable.

UHS is a family of health services organizations that exists to improve the health of the communities it serves by developing and maintaining a comprehensive and cost-effective health care system. UHS is a not-for-profit, teaching hospital and organization operated for the public benefit. Formed in 1981 through the consolidation of three community hospitals, United Health Services employs more than 6,000 people across 60 locations in the region.

United Health Services, Inc. and the members of the UHS System neither are affiliated with, sponsored, endorsed nor approved by, nor otherwise associated with, Universal Health Services, Inc. (NYSE: UHS), UHS of Delaware, Inc. nor their affiliates, which can be found at www.uhsinc.com