Health System Leader of Talent Acquisition


% Time

Major Job Objective and description of responsibilities/milestones/key objectives


Across the health system, is the primary business owner & subject matter expert on the full cycle of talent management: recruiting, social media sourcing, screening, interviewing, consulting with hiring managers, workforce planning, job description reviews, advertising/marketing, requisition process, targeted selection, referral management and networking, salary & compensation negotiations, offer extensions, onboarding, retention, hiring manager training and is the performance leader for the health system s recruiting resources.


Is the primary business owner for systems, processes, procedures, guidelines, protocols, policies, regulatory and legal compliance, defensible business practices (such as hiring manager interviewing competencies, background check qualifiers, health and drug screening), reporting, and data analytics within the Talent Management functional discipline across the health system. Advertising/Marketing/Communications SME.


Identifies and implements process improvements to enhance and improve overall efficiency of the recruiting process as well as continuous improvement of the overall recruitment experience for all candidates from sourcing and recruitment through onboarding. Champions patient centered compassionate care and SLHS values.


Lead & direct recruiting resources, contingent workforce management & vendor/contract management across the health system: Volunteers, interns & student experiences, staffing firms (agency/interim/temporary), perm placement/search firms/contingent partners, ATS (ICIMS currently), Background Check Vendors, relocation/temporary living, etc.

This does not represent a complete or all-encompassing view other duties may be assigned / required / or change to meet the business needs. An incumbent and the organization both share ownership of bringing forward & documenting any duties that become significant or substantial to be included in the MJO s.


Don't Be Fooled

The fraudster will send a check to the victim who has accepted a job. The check can be for multiple reasons such as signing bonus, supplies, etc. The victim will be instructed to deposit the check and use the money for any of these reasons and then instructed to send the remaining funds to the fraudster. The check will bounce and the victim is left responsible.

More Jobs

Head of Talent Acquisition
Port Chester, NY The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Specialist, Talent Acquisition Programs
New York City, NY TriNet
Director, Global Talent Acquisition
New York City, NY Revlon, Inc.
Talent Acquisition Associate
White Plains, NY HumanEdge
Talent Acquisition Recruiter
New York City, NY PRIDE Global
Campus Recruitment Coordinator, Talent Acquisi...
New York City, NY Federal Reserve Bank