Overview

Position Summary:

Under the direct supervision of the Director of Human Resources, this position is responsible for the development and implementation of integrated and comprehensive programs and initiatives to improve the health and well-being of San Ysidro Health employees. This position develops and facilitates communication and engagement strategies to increase awareness and participation in San Ysidro Health’s employee wellness initiatives. Wellness Manager responsibilities include budget adherence, hiring, training, and developing staff, relationship management, direct oversight of program operations, employee engagement, outcomes reporting, and continuous quality improvement. The Wellness Manager supports the San Ysidro Health Employee Wellness & Safety Committee and Provider Wellness Committees, and continuously fosters an organizational culture of employee health and wellness.

 

Essential Functions of the Job:

Leads the design and development of a strategic plan for employee health and workforce wellness programming.
Develops and implements innovative programs and wellness policies to improve employee health and decrease burnout.
Keeps current with workforce wellness trends and scientific literature; recognizes potential implications for the company and recommends new programs based on evidence.
Leads and manages wellness initiatives/projects as they are developed in conjunction with wellness committees.
Manages the planning, promotion, delivery and evaluation of wellness incentive and reward programs.
Develops and manages annual calendar of events, training, education, and programs; oversees comprehensive communications plan to ensure employee engagement in calendar activities.
Provides monthly metrics/reports on participation, activities, and results to date; develops dashboard and metrics for quarterly review by senior leadership; interprets results and provide recommended action plans.
Oversees continuous quality improvement of program activities; interprets employee feedback to identify best practices and areas for improvement; analyzes statistical information from program results to identify trends and utilization. Provides health and wellness education and information and serve as resource to others.
Conducts on-going trainings, webinars or events with sites and grant partnerships
Provides direct supervision of staff.
Serve as the program’s primary point of contact for external stakeholders, including program funders and collaborative partners; oversee all program reporting requirements, outcomes, and deliverables.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Job Requirements:

Education Required:

Bachelor’s degree required in field/course of study that provides competency in health and wellness or equivalent experience.
Certifications/Licenses Preferred:

Valid California driver’s license with access to reliable vehicle and appropriate insurance.
Certified Wellness Program Manager.
Experience Required (Minimum level of experience):

At least 5 years of direct experience in wellness program management, including knowledge of wellness program models, trends, and best practices with an emphasis on implementation of program design and burnout prevention.
Demonstrated project management experience.
At least 2 years of direct experience in staff supervision.

About San Ysidro Health

San Ysidro Health (formerly San Ysidro Health Center) is a non-profit organization committed to providing high quality, compassionate, accessible and affordable health care services for the entire family.

The mission of San Ysidro Health is to improve the health and well-being of the communities we serve with access for all. Originally established along the border in 1969, the organization was founded by seven women in search of medical services for their children.  Fifty years later, San Ysidro Health now provides innovative services to more than 108,000 lives in our care through a vast and integrated network of 47 program sites across San Diego County including: medical and dental clinics, behavioral health centers, HIV centers, WIC nutrition centers, mobile medical units, school-based health centers, chiropractic services, pediatric developmental clinic, teen clinic, senior health center and Program for All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).

Our organization’s new name and brand identity pay homage to its humble beginnings in the community where it was established 51 years ago.  This community was named in honor of San Isidro Labrador, the patron saint of farmers, day laborers, and rural communities—the working poor. San Isidro spent his life as a hired hand and always shared what little he had, even his meals, with people in need.  These values of compassion and care for others still ring true in the organization’s mission to improve the health and well-being of all in the communities we serve, especially the most vulnerable across San Diego County. With this rebranding the goal is to make the organization’s innovative healthcare services more identifiable, convenient and accessible for the thousands of families that are served. It is our honor and privilege to emulate these values daily.