As a key member of the talent acquisition team, the Talent Acquisition Partner is responsible for full‐cycle recruitment of positions critical to the organization’s success in achieving its clinical, business, and strategic objectives. Specifically, this role will manage all aspects of the recruitment process including guiding and supporting leaders, building and developing a diverse and robust candidate pipeline, and identifying and screening candidates while ensuring consistent application and compliance with all applicable policies, procedures, accrediting agencies, and Federal and State laws.
Essential Duties (at least 5 that are non‐negotiable duties and are absolutely pertinent to successfully completing the job without accommodations):
Provide full‐cycle recruiting for positions, including managing all aspects of candidate sourcing, recruitment, and selection to ensure a positive candidate experience.
Partner with HR peers and hiring managers on talent acquisition best practices, including but not limited to interviewing techniques, candidate selection, and team member onboarding, to ensure a fair, efficient, and effective selection process.
Align recruitment and selection strategies to the talent acquisition, departmental, and organizational strategic plans to attract and hire a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve.
Develop and implement effective strategies to attract and identify qualified candidates through various sourcing methods and tools, including but not limited to social media platforms, external associations, training programs, schools and universities, and other applicable partners.
Work with HR leadership and peers to define and report out key performance indicators and metrics to drive business strategies.
Meet or exceed talent acquisition goals and metrics.
Analyze current talent acquisition processes and tools to identify barriers and recommend potential solutions.
Build and leverage external relationships with technical, healthcare, diverse and professional associations to help shape, source and develop future talent pipelines.
Participate in special projects and talent acquisition initiatives as identified by the talent acquisition, departmental, and organizational strategic plans.
Coordinate and participate in internal and external talent acquisition events.
Partner with communications staff to develop and implement a robust and effective branding and social media campaign to attract qualified applicants.
As directed, build and generate on‐demand and regular reports for leadership
As directed, will participate in revisions and file maintenance of CommUnityCare job descriptions.
Provide a high level of customer service to all candidates and team members by responding to customers in a timely manner with accurate information and resolution.
Participates in and sometimes leads department meetings and continuing education opportunities.
Demonstrate a willingness to be an active participant in initiatives that have fundamental impact on the organization.
Performs any other duties as needed to drive the vision, fulfill the mission, and abide by the values of this organization.
Demonstrated ability to foster and maintain mutually respectful relationships with internal and external customers.
Display a level of sophistication and maturity that allows easy interaction with both existing and potential team members and teammates.
Ability to work independently, effectively manage projects, and meet deadlines while carrying a heavy workload in fast paced environment under minimal supervision.
Ability to prioritize against business objective and goals, and demonstrate flexibility to change direction as needed.
Demonstrate excellent organizational, communication, and presentation skills (verbally and in writing), and strong attention to detail.
Knowledge of employment law.
Ability to use good judgement and effective problem solving and analytical skills.
Ability to travel locally within the Austin area (20 – 30%), and as needed outside the Central Texas area (less than 10%)
Knowledge and proficiency in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, HRIS, and applicant tracking systems.
Knowledge and proficiency using ADP and iCIMS preferred.
Ability to create and provide reports as needed or requested from the HRIS and/or applicant tracking systems, preferably with direct reporting experience in ADP and iCIMS.
Healthcare experience required; prefer specific experience with front line clinical and customer service positions such as call center, front desk, Medical and Dental Assistants, and various nursing positions at all levels.
Ensure all actions represent the organization in a highly professional manner at all times.
Ensure and uphold compliance with company policies and procedures, as well as all applicable rules and regulations within healthcare and human resources fields.
Ability to maintain confidentiality at all times.
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Three (3) years recruiting in front line positions.
Five (5) years recruiting in a clinical or healthcare related setting.