WittKieffer is pleased to support Beth Israel Lahey Health System (BILH) as it embarks on a transformation of Human Resources (HR) that streamlines the function by promoting the sharing of resources, information, and best practices across the system. The transformation will reshape the way the organization is served by Human Resources and how HR is accessed through the launch of Workday HCM. Key components to the transformation include a thoughtful approach to employee self-service, enhanced responsiveness, and strategy partnership with operational leader.
Formed in early 2019, Beth Israel Lahey Health System (BILH) officially embarked on a journey to transform health care in Massachusetts. Today, the system is made up of 14 hospitals, 25 major ambulatory facilities, Population Health Business Unit and Primary Care Business Unit that covers eastern Massachusetts. The system generates $6.5B in net operating revenues and has over 4,300 physicians and over 36,000 dedicated employees. As the second largest private employer in Massachusetts, BILH continues to make significant advancements within a complex, rapidly changing, competitive healthcare market.
Given BILH's strategy to transform Human Resources, the organization retained WittKieffer to assist in the recruitment of four key executives. One of these positions is the Vice President, Talent Acquisition.
The Vice President, Talent Acquisition (VPTA) will support the transformation efforts and to redesign how talent acquisition is done across the system. The successful candidate will have considerable experience leading Human Resources operations in complex organizations and familiarity with HR business partner and shared service models.
The successful candidate for this position will have experience in designing and implementing leading practice recruitment strategies and planning for talent at all levels across an organization. The VPTA will be responsible for interacting with business leaders and HR Business Partners to understand how to best position the Talent Acquisition team to support the hiring demands and competition for talent, which is pivotal to the enduring success of the company. This role is accountable for, but not limited to, executive recruiting, role based recruiting, university relations, digital acquisition strategies, employment branding and experience, strategic talent sourcing and diversity, equity and inclusion strategies involving talent acquisition. This executive position requires a strategic, dynamic, collaborative, caring, and visible leader, with extensive experience within large, complex organizations.
This opportunity represents an exciting time in BILH's history as it transforms the healthcare industry externally, and Human Resources function internally.
Interested parties may apply, inquire, or nominate a colleague for any of the positions above by visiting WittKieffer's candidate portal here.