About the Team: The Network Administration department is a diverse team that leads the development and implementation of policy for provider credentialing, recredentialing, and for network participation through provider agreements. In addition, the department is responsible for provider data collection, management and reporting, they lead provider data system configurations to support Wellmark's health networks and enterprise projects, they lead efforts in provider communication and education, and they support other related initiatives. Lastly, Network Administration is responsible for Accreditation and the Quality Program.
About the Role: As Team Leader, you will help the Director Network Administration develop, implement, and maintain Wellmark’s health networks and provider credentialing policy. You’ll participate in department and division-level strategy and structural development sessions in support of related programs, policies, data accuracy, and technical system solutions. You’ll be leading a diverse, highly motivated team by fostering a collaborative environment where best practices, information sharing, and process improvement ideas are critical.
About You: You’re passionate about leading, coaching, and developing people. Because this role is a leader of others, you’ll directly impact the success, growth, and development of team members by setting clear expectations, defining accountabilities, coaching to each team member’s unique strengths, facilitating change, and providing an overall positive and team-centric work environment. Being a role model in behaviors that demonstrate Wellmark’s core competencies and strengths-focus is a must.
In addition to a passion for leading others, you’re effective at delivering high quality, timely results. You’re at your best when you can provide right-hand support to leadership, ensuring that projects and initiatives are moving forward, prioritizing needs based on business objectives, and communicating updates along the way. When the project list grows longer and more complex, you’re the person we turn to first—you’re like mission control to a team due to your vast knowledge of organizational strategy, interdependencies, quick critical thinking skills, and constant contingency planning.
**This role requires a non-compete agreement.**