The University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) is a highly regarded academic-based, health system with 13 hospitals, numerous ambulatory and clinic sites, and a health plan with over 28,000 employees. It is based in Baltimore, Maryland and they are looking to identify a Vice President, Talent Managementto develop a progressive and innovative recruitment/talent and organizational development program for the future. The VP will focus on building strong relationships, process improvement, strategic recruitment, improved technology, and creating hiring metrics to track goals and progress. The VP will report to the CHRO and will have a staff of 44 employees between the two departments they will oversee. There are two direct reports, the Director of Talent Acquisition and the Director of Organizational Development & Inclusion.
The ideal candidate will have had large, complex executive talent management experience in an organization of over 9,000 employees and a proven track record of driving change, delivering results, and creating a strong strategic vision in talent management. A seasoned analytical executive with experience in a large health system is preferred.
Below are key duties and requirements:
Master’s degree in Business, Organizational Leadership/Design, Health Administration, Nursing or a related field is required.
A SPHR or PHR designation is required.
A minimum of ten years of progressive recruitment work experience with a minimum of eight years leading a large healthcare recruitment team in a complex, fast-paced environment is required. Experience in an academic medical center environment would be preferred.
Experience leading large teams in the development of a comprehensive recruitment plan which aligns with the strategies and objectives of HR and a multi-facility health system; customer service oriented person with a commitment to quality.
Knowledge of Maryland and Federal employment law, recruiting, performance review programs, and progressive counseling.
Demonstrated experience in a metrics driven environment and with behavior interviewing models; Strong ability to identify trends, issues and opportunities for improvement specific to recruitment and retention within an academic and healthcare setting.
Leads the strategic development of UMMS’s employment, recruitment, placement and transfer programs to achieve operational goals and comply with Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Human Resource policies and procedures. Works closely with UMMS Director of Talent Acquisition and encourages innovative recruitment and retention strategies.
Promotes the mission of the Medical System. Plans, organizes, implements and evaluates employment and placement strategies to achieve the established goals and objectives for the Division of Human Resources.
Hires, orients, trains, and provides leadership and technical guidance to recruitment and development leadership. Reviews the work and assignments of staff as necessary. Encourages and supports staff educational, training and professional development activities.
Oversees the establishment of recruiting and staffing budgets, ensuring adequate support of the employment needs of UMMS. Identifies cost saving strategies related to administrative or operating expenses.
Maintains professional affiliations as appropriate and participates in professional activities to keep abreast of developments in the Human Resources field.
Leads the strategic development of the corporate strategy for OD&I ensuring integration with the Talent Acquisition Strategy.
Works closely with UMMS Director of Organizational Development to establish priorities for training programs and audiences which support the strategic plan and service quality management initiatives of the System. Oversees the Director of OD&I with regards to organizational surveys.
The University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) was created in 1984 when the then-state-owned University Hospital became a private, nonprofit organization. It has evolved into a multi-hospital system with academic, community and specialty service missions reaching every part of the state and beyond.
Located in Baltimore, the city is the largest in the state of Maryland. It is located in the central area of the state along the tidal portion of the Patapsco River, an arm of the Chesapeake Bay. The independent city is often referred to as Baltimore City to distinguish itself from surrounding Baltimore County. The Baltimore Metropolitan Area has grown steadily to approximately 2.7 million residents in 2010, making it the 20th largest metropolitan area in the country.
With the rich history the city boasts, it is a great historical destination. The city is within close proximity to the National Institutes of Health, the National Cancer Institute, and the cities of Washington, DC, New York and Philadelphia. The region offers many parks and recreational areas for outdoor sports and activities.