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MANAGER, WORKLIFE AND WELLBEING , Human Resources (HR) , to design, develop, implement, evaluate, and oversee the activities and operation of the Center for WorkLife and Wellbeing and Technology Childcare Centers . Will monitor and respond to work-life, wellbeing, MyLife Services (employee assistance program), and child care issues/needs; provide leadership, outreach, and resources supporting Institute goals; and maintain the center's and MIT's position as a national leader. Duties for the center include directing and supporting daily operations and supervising four staff members; providing, managing, and overseeing information and support services for a comprehensive range of programs; leading program development; provide training, consultation, and referrals on urgent matters; developing and overseeing vendor requests for proposal (RFPs) and contract negotiations; implementing communications and print/electronic/social media outreach strategies; providing support for local/national crises; designing and leading evaluation activities; and serving as a resource within/outside HR. TCC duties include developing and overseeing MIT-owned and vendor-operated on-site child care centers serving 350 children daily; overseeing a child care scholarship program; managing budgets and vendor partnerships; and customizing policies and designing mechanisms for parent involvement. Will also serve on Institute committees.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : bachelor's degree; seven years' work-life, wellbeing, and child care program administration experience, including strategic planning, budgets/forecasting, project development, program evaluation, program management, vendor management, RFPs and contract negotiations, electronic/print communications, social media, presentations, and report/proposal writing; individual consultation and group facilitation experience; strong oral and written communication skills; and ability to work with people at all levels in a diverse multicultural community. PREFERRED : master's degree in social work, child development, adult education, communications, or related field; and understanding of the special demands of academic life. Job #19347-11
Internal Number: 19347
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