Organization: Sanford Health
Location: Sioux Falls, SD
Date Job Posted: January 17, 2023
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Provide enterprise-wide leadership, guidance and strategy development for the talent strategy and acquisition functions at Sanford Health. Responsible for driving all aspects of the recruiting process including developing and executing on strong recruiting, diversity and employee brand strategies. Lead, coach and develop a high-performing talent acquisition team. Collaborate with leaders to determine strategic staffing needs and use that information to inform recruiting strategy development. Work with talent strategy to develop and execute on strategies with an emphasis on proactively attracting talent and providing excellent candidate and internal customer experience, meeting diversity needs and driving our employee brand in the talent marketplace. Develop best practices, sourcing strategies, and metrics to measure success.
Responsible for talent acquisition reporting, trend analysis and reporting of metrics. Share recommendations with Human Resources Strategic Partners (HRSPs) and hiring managers consistently. Manage the projected recruiting pipeline, demand, and appropriately balance workload across the team. Communicate and maintain the employee value proposition and brand that will attract and retain a high performing workforce. Research and recommend innovative new programs, events, campaigns and sources for the recruitment of both active and passive candidates. Ensure compliance with process and documentation requirements.
Build out a data-driven recruiting organization, leveraging the application tracking system (ATS) to develop metrics and analytics that provide insights, drive decision-making and measure team productivity and program return on investment (ROI). Develop effective working relationships and partner with leaders at all levels of the organization to understand needs and provide consultation on talent acquisition strategies and challenges. Manage the recruiting budget and expenses. Support a diverse and inclusive culture and workforce, and ensure compliance with federal and country laws, regulations and company policies.
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related field required; Master’s degree preferred.
Minimum of seven years’ progressive Human Resource experience required. Experience in Healthcare and/or Insurance industry preferred.