Join Western Massachusetts’ largest integrated healthcare systems, Baystate Health, as the new Director of Corporate Communications!
- The Director of Corporate Communications will be responsible for providing leadership, direction, and education as it pertains to the management of traditional and digital corporate and internal communications.
- This position supports executive leadership and the organization’s tactical priorities through the development and implementation of communication plans to nearly 13,000 Baystate Health employees.
- Responsible for utilizing future technologies and communication tools to enhance internal communication platforms as well as the development of the executive team’s thought leadership program.
- Consistently engage with and gather insight from internal members to enhance and develop effective platforms, strategies, tactics, and messages.
- Ideal candidates will demonstrate a high level of emotional intelligence, hands-on leadership, and the ability to effectively communicate.
- 10+ years of progressive responsibility in areas of management, communications, corporate communications, crisis communications; and healthcare.
- This role includes an opportunity for both on site and remote work.
- With roots dating to the founding of Springfield Hospital in 1883, Baystate Health has been providing high-quality and compassionate healthcare in the Pioneer Valley for more than 140 years.
- Baystate Health (BH) is one of New England’s leading and largest integrated healthcare systems, serving more than 800,000 people throughout Western Massachusetts.
- With nearly 13,000 employees, a 1,200-member medical staff, and net patient service revenue of more than $2.3 billion, this dynamic and growing system includes an academic medical center, a children’s hospital and three community hospitals. It also offers a large multispecialty group, (Baystate Medical Practices), Baystate Home Health, Baystate Reference Laboratories, and Health New England, a 205,000-member health insurance company.
- As an integrated academic health system, the advancement of knowledge is a major component of their mission. Serving as the regional campus of the UMass Chan Medical School - Baystate, they educate and train current and future caregivers – preparing much of their region’s health care workforce to meet patients’ needs for years to come.
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- Springfield is about three hours from New York City, 90 minutes from Boston and roughly 30 minutes from Hartford, Connecticut.