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Onsite Health Promotion Specialist

Plus One Health Management

Plus One Health Management, Inc., is a leader in the design, development and management of corporate and commercial fitness centers, luxury spas and wellness programs. Plus One applies an integrated approach, serving some of the finest organizations in the world. Plus One’s clients include Fortune 500 companies, Mobil 5-Star rated luxury hotel properties, community organizations and world leaders in the financial services, law, media, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and energy industries. Founded in 1986 as a personal training and rehabilitation clinic for celebrities and discerning clients, the company has grown to be a leader in health management, employing more than 1,800 professionals in over 186 programs nationwide. Plus One’s culture of hospitality uniquely positions us to provide the finest in fitness center and spa management, with attention and efforts focused on delivering the highest level of quality in the industry.

We are currently seeking a full-time Assistant Onsite Health Promotion Specialistto work at a high-profile corporate client located in Thousand Oaks, CA.


The strength of the Onsite Health Promotion Specialist lies in their ability to motivate and engage the employee population in ways that result in positive health and wellness outcomes. This individual will assist the wellness team in their responsibility and on-going support to build a Culture of Health for our client, delivering engaging health promotion activities, and increasing employee health ownership. Using data, client/population feedback and population assessment tools, the wellness team will identify opportunities to drive lifestyle awareness and behavior change through increased member engagement. The Assistant Onsite Health Promotion Specialist will be a valuable asset to the onsite wellness team and will report to the Wellness Director.


  1. Implementing and following all Optum/Plus One and Client policies and procedures as outlined in the Team Member Manual.
  2. Greeting clients using a personalized approach and demonstration of P.R.I.D.E and the 5/10 Rule.
  3. Responding to client suggestions, concerns, and complaints in a timely, professional, and consistent manner while providing the gold standard in customer service. Take ownership of challenges by finding the appropriate team member who can directly assist, if unable to provide efficient support to member/guest.

Building a Culture of Health:

  1. Utilizing claim and related data to identify areas of greatest opportunity for change. Establish base line and measurement criteria. Reporting results and demonstrating improvement in base line metrics, including client satisfaction, over time.
  2. Using assessment tools provided, audit the physical space, environment, and communications promoting healthy behaviors.
  3. Presenting to employees on various wellness topics and educating them on the wellness team’s programs and services.
  4. Assisting with the coordination and implementation of recreation events such as off-site games/offerings and client intern programming.
  5. Ensuring that all files related to employee participation and personal information are kept in a secure location compliant with HIPAA regulations.
  6. Coordinating wellness related communications and marketing (e-mails, posters, screen messaging, desk-drops, wellness website, etc.)

Delivering Health Improvement Events:

  1. Work with the wellness team to develop and implement an annual calendar of health improvement programming including, but not limited to, Lunch and Learns, booth events, seminars, WebEx events, and facilitating the coordination of screenings (health assessments, biometric screenings, gender/age screenings, etc.)
  2. Assist in the coordination of the Wellness Champion Network to bring programming to other locations/departments.

Increasing Employee Health Engagement and Ownership:

  1. Communicate health and behavior change information to non-health personnel by empathizing, motivating, and encouraging people towards healthy change, regardless of culture, religion, or economic background.
  2. Works as an integral member of the Optum/Plus One teams by being familiar with integrated products, programs, and services.


Bachelor’s degree in a related field (Health Promotion, Health Education, Business, Management, Psychology, Nutrition, Exercise, etc.). One year of work experience in Health Promotion, Health Management, Human Resources/Organizational Behavior or a related field with demonstrated project management experience. Must be knowledgeable about the industry with the customer skills to network, engage, and interact with all clients, guests, and participants with P.R.I.D.E. Must have excellent organizational skills and have a high attention to detail. Must be able to adapt and flourish in an environment where there is constant change. Must communicate professionally using appropriate vocabulary and grammar to obtain and relay information to and from staff/clients/guests using multiple modes of communication such as email, phone, or in person. Ability to effectively engage participants as a public speaker. Proficient with Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook).

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Date Posted
August 9, 2016
Job Type
Thousand Oaks, CA
Onsite Health & Wellness Services

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