Welcome to the new standard of healthcare! Premise Health is the world’s leading healthcare access provider. We deliver purpose-driven career experiences in a culture-centric work environment—ensuring that employees at the nation's best companies get, stay, and be well. In a changing healthcare environment, we know there's a better way for organizations to help their people live healthier lives by delivering the right care at the right time, right where they work. Partnered with visionary organizations around the globe, we offer a broad range of healthcare services and deliver an effortless patient experience that raises the bar, lowers costs, and redefines the meaning of quality care. By shifting the conversation from cost to return and from treatment to prevention, we are committed to help people, their families, and the organizations they work for be at their best. We are looking for a Clinical Operations Program Manager. If you possess a “whatever it takes attitude” keep reading. It’s hard to pinpoint a “typical” day here (and who wants typical anyway?), but as the Clinical Operations Program Manager, you will be responsible for providing consultative guidance for Health Centers while implementing consistent activities to standardize health center operational processes to ensure sustainable business outcomes and results and adherence to corporate policies and government regulations. This position will assist in the development, refinement, and execution of detailed project plans including tactical coordination of corporate departments and Health Center management. What You’ll Do for Us: Leadership: Provides leadership and communication to ensure knowledge transfer and best-practice sharing to Occupational Health and Primary Care Centers in support of operational goals and objectives and compliance with government regulations Communicates processes, policies, and corporate vision effectively with Health Center management Creates an environment of clear accountability for Health Center management and takes accountability for his/her own results. Collaboration: Actively participates in the development of individual and site processes and project planning according to the scope of work ensuring operational efficiency and governmental compliance Participates in site assessments and gap analysis and provides recommendations for action plans where change or improvement is needed Facilitates and/or participates in project meetings with Health Center Management to prepare for implementation/execution of corporate policy Solves complex problems effectively with an emphasis on developing proactive, productive approaches utilizing internal support functions. Coordination: Responsible for the completion of all tasks in Project Plan designated as responsibility of the Program Manager, Clinical Operations in preparation, implementation and follow up as needed Monitors the status, assigns actions items and proactively identifies issues/roadblocks Conducts or participates in conference calls on a regular basis and effectively communicates weekly project status and timeline updates Employee On-boarding: Participates in on-boarding of new managers and staff in Health Centers when requested Consultation: Provides consultative guidance and perspective to Health Centers and to clients for issues related to subject matter expertise and operational processes Collaborates with Health Center site management on issues related to SME deliverables and operational optimization Other: Consults with Medical, Legal or Compliance departments regarding regulations, practice acts, practice law, certification requirements etc. Support CPM, Sales, Reporting and IOSS as requested with clinical practices Work with the Clinical Operations Team to support Lines of Service. Education: Licensed in a Health care field (Nursing, Physician Assistant, etc.) Bachelor of Science or Masters, preferred COHN or COHN-S preferred if nursing; additional occupational health training if other licensed healthcare provider, preferre Certification in Case Management, preferred Experience: 5+ years’ experience in Occupational Healthcare and Primary Healthcare, 5+ years’ experience in managing Medical Surveillance programs (Hearing Conservation, Respiratory Protection) 5+ years’ experience in OSHA recordkeeping Prior experience in an on-site Occupational Health Center or Primary Care Center/Patient Centered Medical Home Experience working in a virtual or remote environment preferred. Knowledge and Skills: Excellent verbal and written communication skills Excellent articulation skills and ability to communicate complex health/medical principles and procedures in simple layman’s language Ability to create process flows to improve efficiency and adherence to corporate policies and government regulations Functional use of Microsoft Office Suite and web-based programs, specifically occupational Electronic Medical Record ( EMR etc.), preferred What We’ll Do for You: At Premise Health, you’re not an employee – you’re a team member. We have health centers, pharmacies, fitness centers and offices scattered across the country, but we’re all working together to deliver exemplary and delightful service to our clients, their employees and family members. We’re proud of the culture we’ve built, and we aim to assist our team members in living their best life – in and out of the workplace. That’s why you’ll find us taking a yoga class together or starting a book club. We know that we can only help people get, stay, and be well if we do the same for ourselves. We’re also not afraid to share what we’re up to – check out some of our smiling faces. As an employer, we want to compensate you for the work you do with more than a paycheck (although you’ll get one of those too). Premise Health offers competitive benefits packages including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401(k), paid holidays and vacation time, and a company-sponsored wellness program. We are an equal opportunity employer of nice people and value inclusion at our company. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.