Manager-Talent Acquisition

Cincinnati Children's Hospital

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Description: Expected Starting Salary Range: 47.04 - 60.09
SUBFUNCTION DEFINITION: Responsible for attracting, finding and acquiring labor for organization needs including: Talent evaluation and screening, Job advertising and posting internally and externally, including third party recruiting agencies; Talent prospecting at employment fairs and on campus at educational institutions; Talent staffing and planning; Managing new employee orientation process; May be responsible for exit interviews.
Scope: Provides leadership for a team

  • People Planning and Performance
Provides work direction to staff aligned with the tactical and strategic objectives of the department. Elevates team members thinking and understanding of the field by infusing best practice knowledge into the work. Manages the selection, development, and coaching of team members. Ensure that job requirements and goals for each position are clear to employees and that Medical Center initiatives, priorities, standards, and policies are effectively communicated and understood.
  • Team Leadership
Provide leadership to team members in completion of initiatives, projects or programs. Collaborate with appropriate teams or individuals to plan, implement, and/or evaluate services.
  • Program Management
Provide leadership for a comprehensive and compelling strategy for talent acquisition, focusing on employer branding, candidate experience, diversity hiring, hiring metrics, and sourcing strategies across Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. Promote a positive work environment and act as an advisor to CCHMC leaders on talent acquisition best practices. Work in collaboration with HR Business Partners to execute talent acquisition elements of workforce strategy. Design, develop, implement and maintain human resource programs aligned with employee and organizational needs. Recommend programs which meet workforce needs, are competitive in the marketplace, cost effective and consistent with market trends. Recommends the development and maintenance of policies and practices in support of human resource processes. Serve as an expert resource to managers and employees about human resource programs. Develop, maintain and deliver effective communications to managers and employees. Consult with HR staff and managers and provide guidance. Coordinate and participate in educational training and updates for Human Resources staff.
  • Financial Management
Assist with fiscal responsibilities of the department as requested. Monitor budget expenditures; identify and research variances/problems. Assist in tracking and monitoring expense and allocations. Provide applicable reports. Research information for major purchases. May assist with annual budget preparation.
  • Compliance
Maintain current knowledge of the external regulatory environment (OFCCP, AAP, FLSA and related state and federal employment laws) to ensure Cincinnati Childrens internal guidelines, policies and practices are compliant and manage organizational risk. Monitor and ensure consistency of recruitment, hiring and employment related practices.


  • Bachelor's degree in a related field
  • 5+ years of work experience in a related job discipline

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Cincinnati Children's is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer that values and treasures Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. We are committed to creating an environment of dignity and respect for all our employees, patients, and families (EEO/AA)

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