Covenant Health SYSTEM DIRECTOR EX OPERATIONS PAC in Tewksbury, Massachusetts
The System Director of Employee Experience Operations - PAC has overall accountability for providing leadership, structuring, planning, and strategic direction associated with Employee Experience Operations at each of the Covenant member post-acute care facilities. Leadership responsibilities include, partnering with local and system stakeholders to implement and sustain initiatives around talent acquisition, performance management & employee relations, employee engagement, diversity and inclusion initiatives, HRIS operations, learning & development and total rewards.
REQUIRED FUNCTIONAL COMPETENCIES AND DEFINING BEHAVIORS
1.Employee Experience Expertise and Leadership
Demonstrates an understanding of strategic and tactical Employee Experience functions and processes
Demonstrated knowledge and application of collaborative decision-making methods and skills. Maintains openness to others’ ideas and makes decisions based upon experience, data, facts and reasoned judgment.
Ability to plan and lead staffing initiatives, including recruitment, supervision, evaluation and development of staff in conjunction with Talent Acquisition. Serves as local/in-house workforce and people management expert.
Understands business issues that are specific to the facility, demonstrates an awareness of the impact of human capital issues on the facility and how that relates to Covenant Health overall.
Strategic capabilities, including the ability to focus on clarifying organizational priorities and goals as the basis for evaluating the current and needed workplace knowledge and capabilities.
Ability to assess and diagnose functional, leadership and motivational gaps and strengths in the development and execution of results-based succession and career plans. Collaborating with L & LD to implement and help develop where appropriate training and development opportunities to maximize employee potential
Prioritizes employee experience and engagement, collaborates with local and system leaders to execute on all local & system engagement initiatives
Focus on clarifying organizational priorities and goals as the basis for evaluating the knowledge and capabilities needed in the workplace.
Conducts business with an understanding and respect for the differences in rules, customs, laws, regulations and business operations between own culture and all cultures.
2.Compliance Leadership and Accountability
Demonstrated knowledge and leadership in maintaining the appropriate confidentiality and security of employee information.
Demonstrated knowledge and application of federal, state, and local regulatory policies and procedures.
Multi-Cultural Awareness and Respect Conducts business with an understanding and respect for the differences in rules, customs, laws, regulations and business operations between own culture and all cultures.
Demonstrated knowledge and leadership ability to maintain compliance of state, federal and local ethics guidelines and policies.
Ethics knowledge and administration within a healthcare setting, including the Catholic Ethical and Religious Directives (ERD’s).
Demonstrate a capacity for understanding the business operations and functions within the organization
Demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between effective human resources management and core business functions
Understands organizational metrics and their correlation to business success
Fiscal/budget knowledge and leadership
REQUIRED LEADERSHIP COMPETENCIES AND DEFINING BEHAVIORS
1.Communication, Collaboration and Coordination
Recognizes and seizes opportunities to listen to the perspectives of key leaders, stakeholders and partners locally and across the system; act as key EX liaison between local and system structures
Ensures accurate and complete information flows freely through all stakeholders through the use of appropriate media and methods
Actively engages a broad range of resources in developing and executing operational goals and objectives
- Coach and Develop
Works collaboratively with direct reports in setting annual and “just in time” performance and learning goals, and preparing challenging performance and learning plans that are aligned to Covenant’s mission and values
Provides direct reports with the knowledge, skills and tools need to successfully execute his/her performance goals
Deliberately sets aside time to prepare and conduct regular coaching sessions with direct reports to share critical information, and to plan, review, improve and praise performance
At regular intervals, utilizes a structured process for asking for, receiving and acting on constructive feedback from direct reports and key stakeholders
- Influence and Inspire
Creates an environment that enables individuals to fully utilize their talents by making them feel supported, significant, encouraged, respected and empowered
Successfully leads, motivates and helps team members navigate through administrative and operational changes within the matrixed setting of a healthcare system/corporate setting
Utilizes a high degree of self-awareness to align leadership style to meet the diverse work styles, perspectives and needs of their direct reports
Demonstrates the ability to inspire innovation in human resources delivery and outcomes through the encouragement of team members to pursue learning and problem solving in their areas of personal interest and passion
Recognizes, celebrates and appropriately rewards team/team member accomplishments
- Deliver Results
Drives the department to achieve and surpass business goals and objectives
Holds direct reports accountable for applying the knowledge and skills learned through developmental experiences to achieving performance goals
Prioritizes to make the important urgent and is intolerant of postponement
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
• A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree
• At least 5 years of HR supervisory experience in healthcare preferred.
• SPHR or equivalent HR certification preferred
Covenant Health Mission Statement
We are a Catholic health ministry, providing healing and care for the whole person, in service to all in our communities.
Our Core Values:
We show respect, caring and sensitivity towards all, honoring the dignity of each person, especially the poor, vulnerable and suffering.
We promote justice and ethical behavior, and responsibly steward our human, financial and environmental resources.
We work in partnership, dialogue and shared purpose to create healthy communities.
We deliver all services with the highest level of quality, while seeking creative innovation.
Applicants, employees and former employees are protected from employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), national origin, age (40 or older), disability, and genetic information (including family medical history).