As this role is primarily project, program or initiative based, specific responsibilities will change on a frequent basis. As new responsibilities are transitioned to the Program Manager, the incumbent will be responsible for developing an appropriate action and / or project plan to facilitate required results.
In this role, you will be responsible for
project activities that support the successful completion of projects including assisting with project schedules, deliverables, assignments, tasks, project meetings, status reporting, communication and action items, as required.
The Director of Health Communications is responsible for developing and directing the communications program for the Center for Community Health, and for developing and providing a dedicated, centralized resource to plan, develop and implement communication and social marketing strategies in support of the URMC community health mission and community engagement in research.
In this role, you will develop outreach communication plans to build awareness of the grant and activate schools to apply, in addition to communications, events and operations plans for grant announcements.
In this role, the selected candidate will attract top technical talent to build high performing teams of consultants with superior technical depth, and outstanding customer relationship skills, and a career focus on a specific technical specialty. Assemble and develop the very best in the world in each specialty.
The Sales Manager will be responsible to lead the sales team in the achievement of the department(s) sales plan and operational deliverable by fostering an environment of positive associate engagement that maximizes customer service and delivers an unerring execution of all processes and standards.
The Community Development Relationship Manager (CDRM) is responsible for identifying community development needs for the low and moderate-income (LMI) in assigned assessment area and building relationships with community partners and other resource providers (e.g., other banks, credit unions, universities, local-city-state governments, etc.) involved in meeting those needs.
The Key Account Manager applies a considerable level of expertise and creativity to originate and execute strategies and programs that leverage the brands, resources, and organizational strengths of Kimberly-Clark with their customer(s).
In this role, the selected candidate will work closely with the operations manager to reduce cycle time, the Equipment Manager to improve Equipment Up-Time, and the Quality organization to improve Process Capability.