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Thank you for exploring a career with NCH Corporation, an international company where we work in small teams that have a direct impact on success. We’re looking for a Wellness Advocate to promote a culture of health & well-being and work to address the specific health needs of NCH’s population. This person is a go-getter, detail-oriented, creative-minded and willing to help where needed. If you’re seeking experience and growth in a personable, stable yet thriving environment, our Wellness Advocate could be a match for you!
A little about us
Applying for a new job is a little like entering uncharted territory. We want you to feel 100% confident about the application process, the position and our company before committing your time to apply, so that none of the above comes as a surprise. Let’s start with some information about NCH so you can get to know us better.
NCH Corporation is a privately held, family-owned, global business headquartered Irving, Texas, near Dallas. We have more than 7,500 employees, offices and facilities on six continents, and clients in more than 50 countries. This includes our corporate headquarters as well as subsidiary companies. We clean and conserve water, save energy, and deliver best-in-class maintenance solutions, with a focus on industrial and commercial businesses.
Culture and benefits
We’re a global company with a family feel, offering the same benefits of an international corporation with the personal relationships of a small business. Working in our small teams and close-knit environment, you’d never guess we had a 7,500+ employee head count. We realize a job is more than just a job – it’s an extension of your life and family – and we’re committed to maintaining just that. For us, culture is not just a perk; it’s essential to how we thrive. And that’s speaking for 100 years in the business!
- Employee-centric environment (regular corporate activities, personal relationships, small teams)
- Family-first attitude (work-life balance support, flexible hours)
- Approachable leadership (collaboration with top leaders, open-door policy)
- Growth-oriented mindset (autonomy, creative freedom to explore new ideas)
- Paid vacation and holiday leave
- Wellness initiatives (on-site fitness facility and cafeteria, treadmill conference room, walking trail)
- Community involvement (volunteering, fundraisers, charity events, school sponsorships and donations)
- Employee recognition programs (appreciation week, awards and ceremonies)
- Personal and professional development and growth
- Tuition reimbursement
- Financial wellness (retirement options, 401(k) match, employee credit union)
- Benefits package (medical, dental, vision, life, long and short-term disability)
If this sounds like a fit for you so far, keep reading.
A little about you
You have a passion for health and wellbeing. You have a Bachelor’s degree in health promotion, psychology, social work or other health related field. In fact, you are so passionate; you might even have Master’s degree, as well. You also possess strong business and time-management skills and have spent a minimum of 3 years in a corporate environment.
Coordination is a strong-suit for you. You consider yourself a strong project manager. You love to have a lot going on and can easily keep all the parts and pieces moving without even having to be told to do so. You thrive on planning and organizing, you pay attention to details, and you tend to do better when you have multiple projects going on.
You are creative-minded. You’re an “ideas” person. Maybe you’ve developed plans for cutting edge health and wellness programs and initiatives. You can present examples of advocating for engagement in the wellness program, improving the awareness of health issues and creating opportunities for associates to engage in healthy activities. Determining creative solutions to close the gap in health care, is fun for you.
You are goal oriented. You enjoy setting goals and measuring your outcomes to achieve them. Strategic planning, combined with creative solutions, is the name of your game. You successfully identify concerns and not only escalate them within the organization, but also work to drive resolution, in a timely manner.
You’re a confident communicator. You consider yourself a people-person. You work well with others and can confidently communicate, whether in-person, on the phone or via email, with a variety of people, including those you have never met. Your communication style engages those who aren’t even in the same facility as you.
Day-to-day work examples
We support growth, opportunity and variety, which means your day-to-day has the potential to adapt with you and your passions. If you’re not challenged and growing, neither are we. For starters, though, here are some day-to-day examples of what you will be doing:
- Identify opportunities to integrate and engage associates in wellness into NCH’s culture
- Develop detailed project plans to monitor and track progress of events, and manage changes as needed
- Plan and implement projects to ensure they are delivered on time, within scope, and within budget
- Meet deadlines, monitor and summarize progress of all projects
- Work collaboratively with internal and external program stakeholders
- Provide hands-on engagement with participants including programming (i.e. wellness challenges) and simple health coaching
- Create, facilitate and assist with the coordination of onsite health education programs and events, such as Lunch and Learns, workshops and other programs
- Support scheduling and administration of onsite health promotion programs including biometric screenings, flu shots and related events
- Plan, develop and disseminate cutting edge health and wellness communications using all available resources
- Provide data and analytics support to measure, track and report on program activities, participation and outcomes and communicate results to key stakeholders
- Monitor, evaluate and respond to program measurements to drive continuous quality improvement initiatives, goals and program outcomes
- Conduct monthly Wellness Committee meetings to provide updates on wellness programs to Committee Members
- Utilize various software skills to accomplish goals and tasks, including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and Outlook
Sound like a fit for you?
If yes, jump aboard, and apply today.
For next steps, expect a direct phone or email response once we are able to review your application. We are committed to responding to all applicants, no matter the outcome, so we appreciate your patience to allow time for this. In the meantime, learn more about NCH and our culture by checking out our LinkedIn or Facebook pages.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.