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Full Job Title: HR BUSINESS PARTNER (HRBP)

Job Number: 95927

Location: Cincinnati, OH

Date Posted: 11-29-2017



DEPARTMENT: Human Resources

SUPERVISOR'S TITLE: Senior Director Human Resources

TITLES SUPERVISED: N/A

TOTAL NUMBER OF FTEs DIRECTLY SUPERVISED: 0

TOTAL NUMBER OF FTEs INDIRECTLY SUPERVISED: 0

PURPOSE OF POSITION: Strategic Alignment: Collaborates with CCHMC senior leadership to achieve Divisional and Departmental long-term and short-term business goals in alignment with CCHMC Strategic Plan. Engages as thought partner with leadership to provide strategic HR consulting. Serves as an organizational advocate and change leader, facilitating the prioritization of strategic initiatives through targeted, innovative and responsive human resources solutions. As the strategic partner to specific client groups, the HRBP will leverage expertise across Human Resource functions to facilitate strategy, problem solving, and process improvement..

Responsibilities
·Talent Strategy
Leverages talent management tools and approaches (performance calibration, provides targeted solutions that support business objectives and organizational performance). Partners with HR COEs to facilitate viable solutions and human capital strategies to drive organizational performance
·Partnership
Navigates Human Resources and the organization to access resources and expertise to facilitate strategic planning, human capital management and operational performance. Communicates courageously and serves as a trusted advisor.
·Human Capital Management
Consults, identifies trends, anticipates gaps and opportunities, develops solutions regarding performance of human capital drivers and strategy alignment (Leadership Practices, Employee Engagement, Knowledge Accessibility, Workforce Planning and Optimization, and Learning Capacity). Reinforces strengths and coaches to areas of opportunity.
·Organizational Development and Support
As the consulting partner, the HRBP will coach and develop leaders as they grow and develop their teams. This includes providing support as leadership facilitates Performance Development calibration sessions; counseling leadership as they succession plan; brokering with HR COEs and other Human Resources members to leverage expertise and resources to grow top talent; facilitating New Leader Assimilation between manager and staff to ensure a successful transition and trust building; providing transparent feedback to clients.

Skills & Competencies
·Organizational Agility
Understanding how to get things done in organizations; accurately identifying and initiating and cultivating relationships with key stakeholders and decision makers who have the ability to provide needed resources, information, or expertise; accomplishing objectives through formal and informal channels
·Coaching and Development
Accurately assessing others' strengths and developmental needs; giving informative and constructive feedback in a manner that enhances others' motivation; providing challenging assignments and opportunities for development; helping others overcome setback
·BUSINESS OPERATIONS ACUMEN
Understanding the unique business and operational functions, challenges, offerings and needs; keeping up-to-date on federal regulatory requirements and using this knowledge to inform business strategies and decisions
·RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT
Setting the stage for constructive relationships by being accessible, approachable, and interpersonally engaged; developing and sustaining meaningful and productive bonds with others based on mutual respect. Capable of relating to diverse cultural backgrounds

Required:
·Bachelor's Degree in a related field
·7 years related experience

Preferred:
·Master's Degree in a related field
·Experience managing large projects
·Senior Professional in HR
·Experience in more than one Human Resources discipline
·Experience working with performance management systems

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