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Senior Communications Manager

Management Sciences for Health Medford, MA

The Senior Communications Manager is an integral member of CLM, responsible for bringing critical leadership and governance content issues to the… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Project Officer – new

Management Sciences for Health Medford, MA

include: support of workplan, budget and PMP development; coordination and dissemination of internal and external information flow; compliance with… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Contract Analyst

Management Sciences for Health Medford, MA

The Contract Analyst assists with contract development and compliance matters for assigned Country Portfolios and acts as the subcontract… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Global Talent Acquisition Manager

Management Sciences for Health Medford, MA

Management and Leadership • Provide leadership, support, advocacy and vision to a high performing team of experienced talent acquisition… Glassdoor


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    Good Learning Experience- but Overly Bureaucratic and Slow to Change

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Cambridge, MA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Cambridge, MA

    I have been working at Management Sciences for Health full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    -Great learning experience if you are interested in Government contracting, global health

    Cons

    -SLOW to change despite all of the "initiatives". Overly bureaucratic complicated structure
    -Too many initiatives! Work loads are already demanding and now are coupled with new initiatives and task which are flowed DOWN from Senior Management without buy in from staff actually doing work.
    -Compensation department is unfair and non transparent despite compensation reviews completed recently.
    -Little money for trainings and professional development.
    -Most staff are pleasant however at times some staff can be rude, unprofessional.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take time to get buy in from the lower level employees when creating new initiatives. LEAD rather than manage. Allow departments to have flexibility to create own intitiatives in line with goals.

    Seriously review consistency and fairness of pay policies. Why does one unit average 2% increases and another much higher? PPRD is too burdensome. Not value for money! Also, be transparent about career ladder, pay policies, and salary scales. TRAIN HR! Inconsistencies and unfair practices have led to several staff leaving.

    You say that MSH's goal is to be a learning organization however no resources are dedicated to ensuring that goal is reached. All staff should have the opportunity for professional trainings. Invest in your staff!

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