The Senior Vice President, Human Resources is a senior leader on the HR team reporting into the EVP, HR & Corporate Affairs. This executive will be a part of leading a World-Class, strategically oriented human capital team to meet the needs of a rapidly growing organization that operates geographically distributed markets. The SVP drives value for the Company by intentionally aligning strategy, structure, people, and processes and advancing the culture to optimize and drive the desired business outcomes.
The successful candidate will ensure alignment with the dynamic competitive environment and Somatus’ strategic direction to optimize human capital solutions at the organization, team, and individual level. Overall, the SVP will be a dynamic thought partner to the senior leadership, and will anticipate and drive innovative, best in class organization design, management process and human capital solutions and thought leadership to enhance the organization’s capability and the capabilities of its partner physician groups. In addition to serving as a trusted business partner and leader, they will be hands-on and will architect world class HR systems to enable the business’ rapid growth. It is important that they are a builder; with a nimble, flexible, and entrepreneurial orientation.
· Total Rewards: ensuring Somatus offers world class compensation and benefits to attract, retain and incentivize top talent including equity management, incentive bonus programs and executive compensation
· Performance management – aligning teammate activity and behaviors to Somatus goals and core values
· Talent acquisition and onboarding
· HR Shared Services (including HR Information Systems)
· Employee and Labor Relations, including Diversity, EEOC, and Affirmative Action
· Business Leadership Group, including the HR Business Partner model and human capital planning
Additionally, this individual will partner with HR Leadership on Organization Development initiatives including Engagement, Talent Management, Executive Leadership Development, and Performance Management.
The SVP will be responsible for developing and mentoring a talented team of human resources professionals. Other key relationships include partnering with corporate and regional leaders, in-house physician partners and their executive teams to translate business needs into long-term viable solutions and to identify opportunities for integration and leveraging of Human Capital. The SVP will promote a diverse, inclusive, and equitable culture and continuous improvement strategies.
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Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
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Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
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