Executive VP People and Culture
Vancouver, WA, USA | Leading Healthcare - Hospitals Company
Industry:Healthcare - Hospitals
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Delivers strategic planning and implementation of overall system’s people and talents strategies, goals and measurable outcomes.Possesses a demonstrated track record of implementing best practice human resources and organizational development practices, resulting in highly engaged caregivers and providers.
Provides executive oversight for the development and implementation of programs, systems and strategies for the recruitment, development and retention of top talent.Ensures programs are aligned with the organizations key strategic priorities and advancement of the Lean principles and culture.
Ensures operational performance excellence, uses best practices for continuous growth, learning and improvements.Assures work processes are standardized to promote a culture of continuous improvement, high performance and service excellence for areas of responsibility.
Collaborates with the communications and mission teams to align organizational programs and messages that reflect the culture for a highly engaged, high performing organization is recognized as a Best Place to Work.
Works closely with the COO, CAO and SVP, Mission to provide leadership input for overarching SLT and system strategic communications that are clear, compelling and people centric.
Manages operational, budget and financial performance of assigned areas and their operational impacts across the system.
Assures processes and standards are in place to meet risk and regulatory requirements for areas of responsibility.
Advises the President and CEO and General Counsel on important and/or confidential labor and employee relations issues/trends that may have organizational risk or impact and recommended corresponding actions
Develops and carries out system-wide strategic goals, objectives, plans and measures that are aligned to advance a “People Centric, Community Focused” culture.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management, Organizational Development, Business Administration, or related field is required.
Master’s Degree required.
Extensive experience (10-15 years preferred) as a member of an executive team for a system or large complex health organization with multi-region facilities.
Must have a demonstrated record of success as the top senior leader in strategic human resources, organizational development and talent management.
Extensive experience developing and implementing strategies within complex systems, is viewed as an advisor and influencer.
Demonstrates the ability to interpret operational and business issues, and to make recommendations based on human and organizational implications.