In this role, you will align all HR programs, processes and tools with both the short/long-term business objectives and action plans with a focus on the Eaton Philosophy & Values in the context of doing business right.
In this role, you will be responsible for all actions in the placement process-referral intake and assessment, resume preparation, job seeking skills and interview training, employer contacts, job development and acquisition, job matching and follow-along services.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for assembling project team, assigning individual responsibilities, identifying appropriate resources needed, and developing schedule to ensure timely completion of project and meeting deadlines of project.
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 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 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 Associate Territory Manager, Surgical Endoscopy is a a sales development opportunity, designed to be a multi-year program to train and work with successful Territory Manager(s) within the Surgical Sales Team.