Working title (if applicable): Talent Management & Human Resources Business Partner
Role/Level/Range: ATP 4 PD
Starting Salary Range ($s): Commensurate with experience
Employee group (Full time/Part-time/Limited/Casual): Full time
Schedule (hours/days): 7.5
Employee subgroup (FLSA Status): exempt
Department name: Development and Alumni Relations
Personnel area (School): UN10
The Talent Management & Human Resources Business Partner is the lead Talent Management professional for The Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine (FJHM). This group currently includes about 180 employees including team members at our four partner hospitals, and represents over half of the Johns Hopkins University's annual fundraising targets and operations.
This role will report to the Executive Director of Talent Management & Human Resources for Development & Alumni Relations (DAR) Division and the Sr. Director of Alumni Relations & FJHM Events at the Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine. This position will be responsible for supporting implementation of FJHM SP (Talent) and will directly support the strategic and operational talent management & HR needs for The Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine (FJHM). This role will be a trusted strategic partner who works autonomously with senior leaders, managers, and staff within The Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine (FJHM). Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Develop and oversee and continuously evaluate a full cycle talent management program for FJHM employees that contributes to FJHM achieving its comprehensive fundraising goals.
Partner with DAR Talent Acquisition team to develop FJHM Talent Acquisition strategies to attract and recruiting talent within and outside of the Fund for Johns Hopkins Medicine. This also includes supporting the operational aspects of FJHM candidate identification and recruitment including:
◦ Prepare strategic interview questions for all steps in the process, with hiring manager input.
◦ Conduct phone screen, in-person and team interviews with hiring managers.
◦ Evaluate the effectiveness of appropriate candidate identification and measure quality of hires.
◦ Ensure that the FJHM applicant and candidate experience is aligned with our mission and values.
Manages the administration, evaluation, and continuous improvement of an onboarding program for new employees. Partners with DAR HR colleagues including talent acquisition and learning and development teams to provide an effective program and positive new employee experience that ensures that the candidate to employee experience is smooth and seamless from hire to successful position acclimation.
Lead the FJHM Talent Management committee in the identification of FJHM employee engagement strategies.
Data and Metrics - Collects, analyzes, and reports relevant FJHM human resources data and uses metrics to evaluate performance and evaluate contributions to the achievement of the organization's goals and objectives.
Compensation - Partners with the university's Compensation group to administer compensation programs within FJHM and ensure compliance with established policy and practice.
Talent development - Partners with Executive Director and others to develop, administer, and evaluate talent review, succession planning, and talent development processes.
Works with managers and employees to effectively resolve a range of workplace issues. Effectively triages situations, understands the range of possible responses, and selects appropriate ones.
Bachelor's degree required. Master's degree preferred. PHR or SPHR certification also preferred.
Five years' experience required.
Competencies - Working proficiency in the knowledge and application of employment laws and regulations, employee relations practices, positive work environment concepts, issue/dispute resolution techniques, internal investigation techniques, organization development theories and practices, talent management practices, total rewards concepts, diversity and inclusion practices, communication skills, internal consulting and coaching skills, qualitative and quantitative analysis, process improvement methodologies, project management concepts, and HR systems and applications.
Experience working in a development/fundraising environment considered a plus.
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
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