Providence Principal Integrated Talent Management (ITM) Consultant PSJH in Portland, Oregon
Providence St. Joseph Health is calling a Principal Integrated Talent Management (ITM) Consultant PSJH to our location in Portland, OR. This position currently works each week part in office/part remote and will continue to do so post-Covid.
We are seeking a Principal Integrated Talent Management (ITM) Consultant to provide expert level consultation to senior leaders and operational delivery staff. The Principal Consultant acts as both a solutions Architect taking caregiver/client inputs to drive solutions that support ITMs overall vision and goals as well as support Providence St Joseph Health's strategic goals. Working to support directly the focus of the COE leader or field leader to build solutions that will solve organizational issues that align with the COE capability and strategy or the regional expectations or needs. This individual will drive strategic solutions working with the ITM delivery and Ops to ensure successful development and implementation, operating as a subject matter expert.
In this position you will have the following responsibilities:
Provide expert level strategic consulting capability across initiative life cycle (e.g., assessing business strategy/challenge, scoping and aligning solution, Solution build out and framework).
Conduct assessment of organizational talent needs. Responsible for creating, or contributing to talent strategy for a region, function, or within a center of excellence. Use the strategy as the driving force to advise on, design, and implement solutions; working as the SME to Operations and Delivery shared services resources. Understand and analyze data and success measure to determine effectiveness of solution with the region and or system.
Proactively addresses and responds to talent needs by bringing key stakeholders together to identify talent gaps and gain consensus on appropriate talent management interventions. And look to build strategic solutions that will support needs, build out success metrics for evaluation and ROI.
Facilitate and/or participate in functional/regional talent review processes to identify high potential talent and successors. Solution and strategize on the accelerated development opportunities for these populations as appropriate; based on Talent Review data.
Facilitate a variety of learning experiences (e.g., formal classroom and virtual learning, skills labs, action-learning teams, mentor programs, etc.)- when needed as either back up to our operational staff or for senior leadership when needed. Collaborate with Client and Operational staff to build evaluation strategy to measure the effectiveness in achieving the program objectives, and work with COE program management to ensure lessons learned are incorporated into iterative designs and future programs.
Responsible for a full suite of services, working at the system, region and executive levels. Ability to work with Sr Management to drive subject matter expertise and consultation; as well as acting as a trusted advisor to our c-suite executives. Ability to drive and influence solutions that align with our organizational goals and strategies. Perseverance when working through and driving new ideas and solutions working as a change agent/champion to help bring workforce along to new state of optimization.
Ability to design and lead a programs at the executive level (Talent, Coaching Accelerated Leadership, Learning and Performance Development), knowledge and expertise to continue to evaluate, refine and evolve program based on best practices and maturity and organizational readiness. Ability to cross collaborate with ops and delivery staff for support functions. Responsible for understanding organizational maturity and current workforce to design assessment tools that create an experience that is high value to the worker but provide analytical data that will support business impact.
As a senior-level individual contributor, partner with Regional ITM Director, regional business leaders and HR teams to align system-wide strategic organization and talent initiatives with regional business strategies and desired outcomes, and support regional implementation of system-wide initiatives. Assist Regional ITM Director with assessing regional organization and talent needs and creating, or contributing to, regional organization and talent strategies. Analyze and assess organizational and talent data and climate to understand business problems. Recommend and implement appropriate organization and talent strategies and solutions to address problems.
In partnership with Regional ITM director, apply common methodologies and tools to plan and implement organizational strategy and design solutions across assigned regions to help organizations appropriately structure work and outputs. In partnership with Regional ITM director, assess talent capabilities needed within region and build appropriate talent plans encompassing the acquisition, development and movement of talent. Assess and identify strategic learning and development needs within a region and ensure the implementation of programs and processes that build key capabilities to meet critical organizational objectives.
Facilitate and/or participate in regional talent review processes to identify key talent and successors for targeted roles. Support the implementation of accelerated development opportunities for designated talent pools. Work with the ITM Centers of Excellence (e.g. Organization Strategy & Design, Talent Management, Leadership Development, Caregiver Experience) and other HR functions to develop solutions to key organization and talent challenges; help create a culture that drives engagement, performance and results.
Required qualifications for this position include:
Bachelor's Degree in Organization Development, Industrial Psychology, Human Resources, Business Administration or equivalent education/experience.
8 years practitioner with demonstrated ability to add value to strategic objectives of an organization using a variety of talent management and learning & development methodologies.
5 years demonstrated expertise in a broad range of talent development methods, and in the design, implementation, and execution of development solutions across a variety of functions.
5 years experience with all aspects of talent including Performance Management, Strategic Workforce development, Talent scorecard/succession, Accelerated Development and Learning.
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
Master's Degree in Business, Organizational Psychology.
Certification in Strategic Workforce Planning (SWP), Human Capital Strategist (HCS), or other relevant certification program.
About the department you will serve.
Providence Shared Services provides a variety of functional and system support services for our Providence family of organizations across Alaska, California, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas and Washington. We are focused on supporting our Mission by delivering a robust foundation of services and sharing of specialized expertise.
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Job Category: Analytics/Business Intelligence
Req ID: 280352