Publishing Program Specialist

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A decision to work at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is a decision to join a team of talented and committed employees who work together to provide patients the best opportunity for lifelong recovery. Dignity and respect are requirements for our patients, as well as employees, and it is vital that our employees are successful and have opportunities to learn and grow. We offer a comprehensive, competitive benefit package that helps to meet today''s complex healthcare, insurance and personal needs.
Diverse individuals encouraged to apply.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities, Women, Veterans, Disabilities
This position will provide leadership and support in the development and execution of Publishing's solutions process and implementation projects. The Program Specialist will work collaboratively in a team environment with multiple internal and external stakeholders. Ability to communicate effectively, establish and maintain an effective working relationship with groups and individuals and the ability to conduct needs assessments is essential. Attention to detail and the ability to creatively find solutions to provide customer services and support are critical. Must be able to work independently, be flexible and have proven problem-solving skills. Assist with the development and execution of special projects that will ultimately contribute to Publishing's overall strategic and revenue goals. Individual and group facilitation and presentation skills will be required.
Bachelor''s degree in marketing, business, organization or related field or equivalent experience (3 yrs additional experience per 1 year of education); minimum 3 years of experience in business or program management, sales, marketing, training and/or teaching.
Date: 2014-04-08
Country: US
State: MN
City: Center City
Postal Code: 55012-0011
Job Type: Full Time

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