Talent Acquisition Manager Iora Health
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Iora Health (www.iorahealth.com) is an exciting, new company building a national network of built-from-scratch primary care practices in partnership with large, self-insured sponsor organizations. Using the best available evidence, expert opinion, and technology, the Iora model reinvents primary care with a radically changed staffing model, payment model, and our own information technology platform.
The Iora approach puts patients first, freeing our care team from the constraints faced by traditional primary care practices. This means that Iora Health patients have no copays, unlimited access to their health coach and physician team, non-office based encounters (e.g. video chat, phone, text messages, and email), an accessible and transparent medical record, and a variety of educational offerings that are all free. Sponsors enjoy better value for their health care investment, a healthier workforce and high employee/member affinity. Iora employees enjoy being part of a fast-paced, highly collaborative, fun, mission driven organization that aspires to change both the experience and economics of health care delivery in America.
Who we are seeking
We are searching for a dynamic individual with a great eye for talent who thrives in a high growth, team-oriented environment and who is passionate about contributing to our patient-centered mission. Approximately 80% of this individual?s time will be focused on designing and managing Iora Health?s talent recruitment effort and implementing processes so that we can scale our recruitment efforts it to meet the growth demands of our practices and the sponsors and patients these practices serve. (We plan to grow from our current staff of 75 to 150+ people over the next 12-18 months.) The remaining 20% of the role will be to lead special projects that relate to talent development and management. If you thrive in a high-energy, dynamic culture, have experience doing in-house recruiting, and are excited about finding talent who will change the face of healthcare, we would like to speak with you.
Strong candidates will demonstrate the following attributes
? A great listener with demonstrated success building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
? Demonstrates creative and flexible thinking with regard to job designs, recruiting channels, selection criteria and interview processes; able to play a major role in designing a high quality recruiting strategy and process
? Passionate about building world class teams and able to convey the excitement of being part of a mission-driven, system-changing company
? Excited to build new relationships and is not afraid to pick up the phone to find the right people.
? Capable of managing many parallel search efforts (variety of roles in multiple geographies)
? Highly detail oriented and organized; able to create effective systems for tracking progress and communicating with colleagues
? Committed to a culture that delivers outstanding customer service - treating prospective candidates and colleagues as one would want to be treated.
? A strong communicator, both in-person and in written presentations.
? Comfortable working in a ?culture of yes? -- where collaboration and service to colleagues is the norm.
? Able to exercise strong judgment and willingness to share opinions with colleagues
? Comfortable navigating an environment with a high degree of ambiguity, uncertainty, and rapid change.
? An experimenter by nature, willing to adopt different technology and productivity tools to streamline the talent development.
? Mission driven and passionate about changing the world.
? Partner with business leaders to meet Iora Health?s practice staffing needs within and across regions, including both clinical (physician, nurse practitioner, nurse, social worker) and non-clinical (health coach, software developer, operations staff, administrative assistant) positions.
? Build a pipeline of high performing candidates that can meet the local care needs of our varied populations.
? Systematize the hiring process: source, screen, interview and facilitate hiring for open positions with high caliber candidates.
? Facilitate the development of well-crafted job descriptions and manage job postings and recruitment advertising.
? Collaborate with business leaders to identify and define current and future human capital needs.
? Co-develop strategic and tactical action plans that align talent recruitment efforts with business objectives and practice launch plans.
? Build relationships with external talent agencies.
? Passionately advocate for Iora Health?s unique values in every interaction in the marketplace.
? Work with the COO and other leaders to design and implement various talent management and development processes and projects.
Responsibilities for this position will evolve based on the needs of the company and the success of the individual.
? Bachelors degree required
? Strongly prefer experience in early-stage/high-growth companies with emphasis on innovation, teamwork and excellent service.
? In-house recruiting experience is a must
? Minimum of 5+ years of professional or related experience.
? Demonstrated academic excellence and a commitment to mission-driven organizations.
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