Located in central Denver’s historic Washington Park residential neighborhood, associates at Porter Adventist Hospital enjoy beautiful surroundings, leading technology, outstanding leadership and easy access to everything great central Denver has to offer. As a full-service Magnet® designated, 368-bed acute-care referral center specializing in cancer care, joint replacement, spinal care, advanced robotic surgery and organ transplantation, Porter Adventist Hospital treats some of the region’s most complex medical cases and surgery patients. Our Heart and Vascular Institute is the first and only program in Colorado to receive full Heart Failure Accreditation status from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care. We have also received numerous awards and honors including: The Healthgrades Patient Safety Excellence Award (2014); top 50th orthopedic program ranking by U.S. News & World Report with high performing honors in eight specialties (2014); an “A” rating from the Leapfrog Group for Patient Safety (2014), as well as many others. The Porter tradition of blending science and spirit began more than 75 years ago by Denver businessman Henry Porter with his generous donation after he experienced care at a Seventh Day Adventist Facility in CA and sought to bring that same philosophy of care to Denver. If you are ready for a career where the work you do truly transcends the walls of a hospital, we invite you to learn more at: http://www.porterhospital.org/
Provides a proactive, strategic consulting role in guiding, determining and influencing the organization’s workforce and talent needs. This role is both a strategic partner to the business and local human resource staff, and an active participant in the planning and implementation of workforce planning objectives. Works to align organization design,
workforce planning strategies and talent acquisition to solve short term and long term business goals. This role is responsible for consultative advice and creation of plans for the recruitment of outstanding talent, and will partner with hiring managers to understand their business, current and future talent needs and then develop with other key stakeholders (i.e. Human Resources, Compensation, Finance) the workforce staffing plan. This role is responsible for high-level consultative conversations with hiring leaders and will leverage critical thinking and influencing skills to resolve complex and challenging situations. This role will collaborate across recruiting, sourcing, marketing, candidate are and diversity strategy functions to ensure success of the plans.
Bachelor’s degree in business, human resources, or other related field. Minimum Experience Requirements
5 years combined experience in recruiting and human resources with at least 2 years in a business partner/consultative position; ideally operating in a large, changing environment.
Strong subject matter knowledge in administration and implementation of strategic workforce planning programs, processes, and issues; ability to participate knowledgeably in the design of programs.
Large hospital and/or health system experience preferred, including the ability to manage close partnerships with internal human resources, compensation, finance, and nursing professional groups.
Comprehensive behavioral based interviewing and candidate assessment skills
Demonstrated experience in building relationships, consulting and influencing hiring managers, with ownership over the hiring manager experience
Experience developing and executing talent acquisition strategies
Proven success in partnering with business leaders to execute recruitment strategy effectively
A high energy level, hands-on style, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and excellent interpersonal skills with a customer service orientation. Ability to effectively present material appropriate to the level of the audience, including executive leadership.
Exceptional quantitative and analytical capabilities.
Strong business acumen, forward thinker, financially astute, attention to detail and strong sense of logic will be critical to success in this role.
Demonstrated ability to organize and manage multiple priorities and programs.
Knowledge of the marketplace, developments and trends related to the talent acquisition function.
Understands federal, state and local laws as it pertains to talent acquisition administration.
Ability to work under pressure, meet critical deadlines; work collaboratively in a highly matrixed, complex organization; ability to navigate a large, growing organization, including handling integration of acquisitions
High proficiency in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
Position Duties (essential functions denoted with an * ):
Participate in and lead strategy and design of talent acquisition plans in the local markets. *
Leverage organizational knowledge, business unit understanding and labor market knowledge to create and influence workforce planning strategy.*
Clearly manage and support business leader expectations on workforce plan, talent availability and labor management objectives, including use of market analytics to understand tradeoffs, quality and speed.*
Development (in concert with others) and execution of a staffing strategy focused on creative methods to source, identify, assess and engage high-potential, diverse talent.*
Effectively anticipate the changing needs of the business and hiring leaders.*
Build and maintain strong internal relationships and network with key stakeholders.*
Effectively balance process excellence and strategic and business effectiveness.*
Accountable for talent management performance targets.*
Assure Centura Health is in compliance with laws and regulations.*
Enable optimization of sound hiring decisions in the context of the broader talent strategy.*
Challenge and educate hiring leaders in regards to candidate selection, behavioral interviewing, proficiency assessment, business/talent risks and talent assumptions.*
Responsible for reviewing programs, suggesting modifications, and ensuring achievement of competitive market position and other goals identified by Centura Health.*
Ensures talent acquisition programs support Centura Health’s strategic objectives by remaining knowledgeable of the key business goals.*
Comply with applicable legal requirements, standards, policies, and procedures.*
Provide counsel to HR business partners, leaders and other recruiting staff regarding talent acquisition issues, and handle escalated issues as needed.*
Provide insight, technical analysis, and policy support to achieve equitable and successful programs/plans.*
Prepare and deliver regular (weekly/monthly) reports and analytics and recommendations on the talent acquisition plans/objectives, including course corrections, to key stakeholders.*
Important notification to applicants as of Nov. 20, 2014: Effective Jan. 1, 2015, Centura Health will no longer hire tobacco users in Colorado and Kansas. The change to our policy does not apply to associates hired on or before Dec. 31, 2014. Centura Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.
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