Program Lead, Performance Management
Hi, we're Oscar. We're hiring a Program Manager, Performance Management to join our People team.
Oscar is the first health insurance company built around a full stack technology platform and a focus on serving our members. We started Oscar in 2012 to create the kind of health insurance company we would want for ourselves—one that behaves like a doctor in the family.
About the role
The Program Manager, Talent Management plays an integral role in supporting efficiency across the Talent Management team by supporting the day-to-day operations of the Oscar’s Talent Management program and managing broader cross-functional needs as they relate to performance management.
You will report to the Senior Manager, Talent Development.
Oscar is a blended work culture where everyone, regardless of work type or location, feels connected to their teammates, our culture and our mission. This is a hybrid role in our New York City office. You will work part of the time in the office and part of the time remote / work-from-home. #LI-Hybrid
The base pay for this role is $98,400 - $129,150 per year. You are also eligible for employee benefits, participation in Oscar's unlimited vacation program and annual performance bonuses.
- Provide project management support for all Talent Management related workstreams.
- Regularly communicates with stakeholders to arrange meetings, confirm project schedules, and discuss any project risks.
- Manage the maintenance of the performance management system, in partnership with the People Ops team.
- Deliver communications associated with the performance management process.
- Responsible for oversight of Performance Management inbox.
- Responsible for creating, compiling, preparing and distributing educational content related to all Talent Management processes.
- Provide support in the areas of development, engagement, and culture for the People Programs team to ensure programs are comprehensive and operating in tandem.
- Designs and develops analytics related to talent management programs including, but not limited to, company-wide Performance Management and associated surveys to gain insights and drive improvement across the talent management strategy.
- Maintain (update, edit) shared knowledge management sites (ie. Confluence, LMS).
- Stays abreast of internal and external factors that impact performance and talent management.
- Bachelor's degree or 4+ years commensurate experience.
- Experience supporting cross-functional initiatives and programming.
- 2+ years project management experience.
- 2+ years Talent Management, Performance Management, Learning and Development, or other comparable area.
- 2+ years of experience with Workday.
- Experience in full G-Suite applications.
- HR experience in a tech and/or startup environment.
- Experience with interpreting performance data and statistics.
- Monday.com Project Management experience.
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Final offer amounts, within the base pay set forth above, are determined by factors including your relevant skills, education, and experience.
Full-time employees are eligible for benefits including: medical, dental, and vision benefits, 11 paid holidays, paid sick time, paid parental leave, 401(k) plan participation, life and disability insurance, and paid wellness time and reimbursements.
Oscar applicants are considered solely based on their qualifications, without regard to applicant’s disability or need for accommodation. Any Oscar applicant who requires reasonable accommodations during the application process should contact the Oscar Benefits Team (email@example.com) to make the need for an accommodation known.