Why am I bringing this up? One of the things highlighted in the 2014 version of "Did You Know?" is that the top 10 in-demand jobs in 2013 did not even exist in 2004. The job that we have open now would certainly qualify. The Worksite Wellness Representative is a new job at Pinnacol and is part of a new team appropriately named Worksite Wellness. At about the same time I was writing that original blog Pinnacol was starting a study in partnership with the Colorado School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University and Truven Health Analytics to see whether worksite wellness programs could improve worker safety and impact the outcome of workers injured on the job. Some of the key findings:
So what does our Worksite Wellness Representative do? The primary focus will be providing administrative assistance to our policyholders participation in the worksite wellness program. This position will also communicate the basic principles of the worksite wellness program guidelines, requirements, and procedures with our policyholders and will be responsible for managing the enrollment of participants in the worksite wellness program.
Candidates for this new role should bring a strong enthusiasm and commitment to wellness, and have strong interpersonal, customer service, and problem solving skills. PC Skills in a Windows environment with proficiency in Excel, Word and PowerPoint, GoToMeeting and conference calling are required as is the ability to type a minimum of 35 wpm. Two years of college is preferred along with work experience in customer service and administrative support. If this sounds of interest to you we'd love to have you apply via our company website.