Talent Acquisition Partner- Graduate Nurse and Community Relations

Location
UVMMC - 1 South Prospect Street
Location and Address
Location Address: 1 South Prospect, Burlington Vermont
Building Name
Building Name: UVMMC - 1 South Prospect Street
Department
Talent Acquisition, RN & MD
Schedule / Regular
Standard Hours
40
Shift
Primary Shift
Weekend Needs
None
Weekend Needs
None
Recruiter
Megan Brunovsky
Job Requisition ID
R0039349

Job Description

UVM HEALTH NETWORK HUMAN RESOURCES EMPLOYEES ONLY

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Network Talent Acquisition Partner (TAP), Graduate Nurse and Community Relations, is responsible for establishing proactive Graduate Nurse staffing plans across The University of Vermont Health Network through partnership with Nursing Leadership and Nursing Education. Partners with department clients and other areas of Human Resources to design and implement effective and creative community and school outreach, focused on attracting and hiring diverse top talent as well as delivering metrics necessary to achieve “best in class” talent acquisition. Provides services in a positive, timely, service oriented, cost efficient and effective manner. Works closely with hiring leaders to understand their business, proactively addressing their staffing needs, and provides Talent Acquisition and Workforce Planning services to meet those needs.

EDUCATION:

Bachelor’s degree preferred.  SPHR or PHR and/ or Talent Acquisition Partner certification preferred.

EXPERIENCE:

5 years current human resources experience (with demonstrated solid experience and knowledge in recruitment and other human resources disciplines including, compensation, benefits, HRIS, employee/labor relations, training and organization development) is preferred. 

Strongly prefer healthcare industry experience.

Experience with full scope staffing including knowledge of sourcing efficiencies, candidate assessment techniques and job offer negotiation skills.

Proficiency with social recruiting techniques (via LinkedIn, Facebook, Internet mining (Google), Twitter, etc.) is a must.