Sr Director provides Talent Acquisition expertise to help execute JHHS’S strategic objectives and build a Talent Acquisition operation across the Health System, Lead the continual improvement and execution of a comprehensive Talent Acquisition (TA) strategy for JHHS. He/She will promote consistent TA practices and processes across the Health System.
Sr. Director TA will provide consistent leadership and direction to TA vendors and partners, including recruitment marketing vendor as well as reference checking, pre-employment assessments, and background screen vendors. Leads projects or implementations associated with vendors. This individual will oversee the in house executive recruitment services as well as immigration compliance for all system entities. Sr Director will establish, optimize, and track TA metrics and vendor SLAs to inform business leaders on process and outcomes
Reports to the Sr. Vice President, Human Resources for JHM, and is a member of the Central Human Resources Leadership Team.
Supervises Talent Acquisition management staff and oversees all Talent Acquisition staff across the system.
Major Roles and Responsibilities
Manages budget for central recruitment services.
Has the ability to hire, discipline and make recommendations for staff terminations. Works independently in overseeing the central application screening services center.
Implements Talent Management strategies ensure the delivery of high-quality talent Acquisition –program
Creates talent management strategies by utilizing creative business solutions to align with and drive the organizational strategy.
Develops a vision for critical solutions to organizational human capital /talent challenges and coaches leaders on strategic decisions.
Uses appropriate analytic tools to provide hiring managers and leaders input on strategic talent decisions.
Recognizes excessive HR liabilities that provide proactive strategic guidance for remediation
Education & Experience
Master’s degree in Business Administration, Human Resources Administration, or a related field.
A minimum of 7-10 years of experience in Human Resources, recruiting, or other related experience with at least five years in a leadership/management role in recruitment. Experience in healthcare is preferred
Professional level of knowledge of management practices and personnel administration. Thorough knowledge of employment services and legislation, recruitment strategies, and sources; ability to oversee and organize area operations. Understanding of Affirmative Action reporting requirements is strongly preferred.
Work requires the ability to review and analyze applications to determine if the applicants meet minimum job standards and qualify for further consideration.
Excellent oral and written communication skills and outstanding interpersonal skills required.
Must have the ability to manage and develop staff.
Experience with Microsoft Applications; job board databases and social media platforms required experience with Success Factors application-tracking software highly preferred.
Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Internal Number: TA-1234
About Johns Hopkins Health System
Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM), headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, is an $8 billion integrated global health enterprise and one of the leading healthcare systems in the United States. JHM unites physicians and scientists of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine with the organizations, health professionals, and facilities
The Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation (JHHSC) is a legal entity that was created in 1986. It was created as a private, non-profit corporation to formulate policy and provide centralized management services for its affiliates. It was created on the recommendation of The Johns Hopkins Hospital (JHH) President, Dr. Robert M. Heyssel, who believed the JHH Board needed to provide a parent company to oversee the formulation of a vertically integrated health system in anticipation of changing market conditions and changes in healthcare delivery. JHHSC functions as a parent holding company of its wholly-owned affiliates, including:
• The Johns Hopkins Hospital, with 1,192 beds
• Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, with 527 beds
• Howard County General Hospital, with 266 beds
• Suburban Hospital, with 236 beds
• Sibley Memorial Hospital, with 318 b...eds
• Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, with 259 beds
• Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, a multispecialty physician organization with over 430 providers
• Johns Hopkins Home Care Group
• Johns Hopkins Healthcare (Employer Health Programs)