Job: AVP Talent

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AVP Talent

Location:Midwestern Regional Medical Center
Region:Chicago, Illinois
Department:400001 Administration-Mgmt
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Position ID:33784
Job Function:Management & Leadership

Description

Summary

The primary contribution of the AVP, Talent is to provide forward-looking, strategic Talent counsel to the Midwestern Regional Medical Center's Chief Executive Officer and Executive Leadership Team. In addition, to lead a dedicated team of Talent Partners in the development of an empowered, innovative, high performance culture that ensures a healthy, loyal, fully performing Stakeholder in every role so that CTCA can become The Best Place to Work. This position is located in Zion, IL.

  1. Inspires a learning environment by modeling and communicating a vision that motivates and engages Stakeholders at all levels.
  2. Establishes a consistent process for career development; holds managers accountable for developing Stakeholders and managing underperformers.
  3. Seeks opportunities for advancement for Stakeholders and plans their development accordingly. Works with other functions to align Talent goals that ensure business success.
  4. Creates succession plans for key positions and actively seeks new and diverse talent.
  5. Attracts, builds, and retains high-performing departments and teams; identifies talent strengths and gaps and recruits new members to fill the gaps.
  6. Fosters high levels of engagement and performance; aligns rewards to performance and celebrates individual and team “wins.”
  7. Outlines clear expectations, authority, goals and timelines and holds the team accountable for achieving results.
  8. Encourages and supports Stakeholders in their healthy wellbeing efforts.
  9. Communicates how the function's performance impacts the business results and influences stakeholder's reward opportunities.
  10. Eliminates barriers that interfere with providing an outstanding patient experience.

Full description available upon interviewing.

Experience

  • Seven to ten years of business, operations or Talent experience required.
  • Minimum of five to seven years leading and managing high performance teams.
  • Experience as part of a multi-functional executive team in an entrepreneurial culture is preferred.
  • Broad knowledge and experience in leadership development, succession planning, policy development, employment law, organizational planning, organization development, employee relations, safety, training, development, and talent acquisition and retention strategies.
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills proven to communicate effectively with all audiences.
  • Adept at handling multiple competing priorities in a fast-paced, results driven, rapidly changing environment with minimal oversight.

Education

  • Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience.
  • Master's degree preferred.

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