Hiring an Associate Director of Wellness and Workplace Culture

Wing Luke Museum
Open until filled

The Wing Luke Museum believes in Arts + Culture as Apothecary (ACA), defined as a culturally rooted art and creative expression contributing to comprehensive wellness, from individual to community. We also trust that an employee’s well-being, intersectionality, interculturality, and “enoughness” are central to their success in their work and their lives.

Position Title: Associate Director of Wellness and Workplace Culture
Reports to: Senior Director of Finance & Operations
Rate of Pay: Grade 25; $66,745 – $93,445 annually, DOE A candidate with five years of experience can anticipate $77,425
Schedule: Full time; Monday – Friday, occasional evenings and weekends
Location: On-site, five days a week
Benefits: WLM offers a comprehensive package, including health (medical, dental, vision, and a prescription drug plan), Group Life Insurance, Long Term Disability, Accidental Death & Dismemberment, 403(b) participation, 12 paid holidays, paid time off (PTO), museum membership, and discounts on museum programs and at the Marketplace.
Position Summary: The Associate Director of Wellness and Workplace Culture focuses on practices and norms to improve the overall work environment, including engagement, performance, communication, working relationships, recruiting, and professional growth, through the development of professional relationships and workplace wellness for all employees. In collaboration with the management team, they oversee performance evaluations, institutional and department training, and professional development opportunities across the organization. The Associate Director of Wellness and Workplace Culture is a member of the Operations team.

Key Responsibilities:
• Employee Engagement – The Associate Director of Wellness and Workplace Culture embraces the WLM vision and framework that we create wellness (nourished in body, mind, and spirit) by celebrating enoughness (to do enough, have enough, be enough). This position embodies the best practices of collaboration to champion a cohesive work environment. This includes creating and maintaining innovative programs that uplift and foster employee engagement.
• Workplace Culture – Actively develop and maintain a positive and productive workplace culture.
• Performance – Assist supervisors with the annual employee performance evaluation process.
• Resolution management – Serve as the initial point of contact for employees that require assistance and provide support to the Senior Director of Finance & Operations with employee relations.
• Recruitment/Onboarding/Exiting – This position coordinates the employment life cycle of staff, including the hiring process, onboarding, and exiting
• Training and professional development Essential and central to the success of our staff, this role will support employee engagement initiatives, activities, and training to further develop employee skills and tools. This includes working with a team to manage and coordinate Wing Luke University (WLU), an initiative to diversify and develop leadership knowledge and skills.
• Contribute to the development and achievement of WLM’s medium and long-term strategy, ensuring effective inclusion of people and culture considerations.
• Be an enthusiastic WLM ambassador.
• Other duties as assigned.

• Three years of employee wellness with human resources or counseling experience including recruiting, employee relations, performance management, and training preferred. Non-profit experience desired
• Demonstrated experience providing professional-level mentoring to employees and managers, including employee relations facilitation, training, and development assessments.
• Prior success in developing and maintaining a training and professional development program desired.
• Experience in upholding Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility best practices.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills. • Able to work accurately and independently, with a high level of confidentiality. Capable of managing sensitive matters effectively and with diplomacy.
• Strong proficiency with a range of computer software and other online, cloud-based project management and collaboration tools, desirable.
• Demonstrated curiosity with a passion for learning and growing professionally. Do you have experience with employee wellness but not necessarily counseling or human resources? The WLM may provide professional development training if needed. Individuals with transferrable skills open to working in and learning more about employee wellness and human resources should apply.

To Apply (no phone calls, please): Please e-mail letter of interest, resume, and three references to: jobs@wingluke.org This position is open until filled.

Learn more about the Wing Luke Museum here.