TALENT ACQUISITION SPECIALIST
Company: St. Luke's Hospital
Posted on: May 6, 2022
Description:Provides talent acquisition support to St. Luke's
Hospital for professional, clinical, technical and support
positions. Assists in the development and implementation of talent
acquisition policies and procedures. Works with internal and
external groups to source and attract candidates for open
positions. Is able to work independently, using own judgment and
initiative to determine appropriate action in both routine and
non-routine situations. Ensures that St. Luke's values are
reflected in all of its operations.
Principle Accountabilities: % of Time Spent
1. Recruit, screen, interview, reference, and place new employees.
Always aware of department's recruiting needs. Build partnerships
with hiring managers. Create and maintain innovative means of
sourcing new applicants. Responsible for verifying accuracy on
requisitions prior to posting. After determining fair and equitable
salary, makes job offers to successful candidates and initiate
onboarding. Inform those applicants not selected for positions.
Serves as consultant to hiring managers on hiring decisions. May
also facilitate the new hire process. (50%)
2. Works closely with schools, colleges and universities, and area
training facilities to form relationships with staff and students
in order to promote St. Luke's as an employer of choice, including
career fairs and special events. Works to facilitate programs and
other outreach opportunities with areas schools and training
3. Acts as a resource for employees and managers on talent
acquisition policies, procedures, and processes. Acts as resource
and liaison for employees regarding transfers and promotional
opportunities. Acts as resource to managers regarding internal
4. Serves as a liaison between Human Resources and managers to
communicate market changes and identify needed market or equity
adjustment reviews. (5%)
5. As part of the Talent Acquisition Team, shares the
responsibility for developing the annual recruitment budget and
monitoring expenses on an ongoing basis. Reviews cost effectiveness
of various recruiting methods on an ongoing basis. (2%)
6. As part of the Talent Acquisition Team, shares the
responsibility for conducting recruitment related presentations for
New Employee Orientation, New Leadership Orientation and iCIMS
7. Serves on Human Resources and organizational committees and
projects as needed. (2%)
8. Provides data and support as needed to ensure departmental
metrics are accurate and timely. (3%)
9. Maintain current knowledge of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)
guidelines and laws, along with Americans with Disabilities Act
10. Leads and supports special projects as needed. (2%)
11. Meet and maintain talent acquisition metric standards. (5%)
Education:Bachelor's degree required with the major field of
concentration in Human Resources or a related required.
Experience:One year of talent acquisition experience required. Good
computer skills, proficient in Microsoft Office applications
preferred. Experience with iCIMS applicant tracking strongly
preferred. Must have excellent written, oral, and human relations
skills, attention to detail and follow through, and the ability to
handle confidential information. Must be capable of dealing
effectively with people from varying socio-economic backgrounds and
have the ability to relate to managerial and professional
personnel. Requires ability to plan, organize, multi task, and lead
recruitment related activities on a hospital-wide basis.
Reporting Relationships (Text Only): Member of Human Resources
department who interacts regularly with employees and managers of
St. Luke's as well as outside vendors and organizations. Takes
direction from: VP Human Resources, Human Resources Director
Supervised by: Director, Human Resources Working
Conditions:Employee is required to sit frequently and stand and
walk occasionally. Employee must lift/carry light loads (20 pounds
maximum) occasionally. Employee is required to bend, squat, walk
and lift floor to waist occasionally; reach forward and overhead
frequently and to sit continuously. For repetitive action, employee
is required to use one hand for simple grasping, pushing/pulling.
Employee is occasionally exposed to electrical hazards and CRT
terminal work. Employee is not exposed to blood borne pathogens.
(Occasionally: 1-33%, Frequently: 34-66%, Continuously: 67-100%)
The most significant of duties are included but this does not
exclude occasional work assignments not mentioned or developmental
Mission/Values:MissionFaithful to our Episcopal-Presbyterian
heritage and its ministry of healing, St. Luke's is dedicated to
improving the health of the communities we serve.
Using talents and resources responsibly, we provide high quality,
safe care with compassion, professional excellence and respect for
each other and those we serve.
VisionAs an independent healthcare network, we create healthy
communities in the region through our commitment to high quality,
safe and personalized services.
Human DignityWe accept and treat all persons as being created in
the image of God.
CompassionWe respond with caring to the needs of others as if they
were members of our family.
JusticeWe honor each person's rights and responsibilities in light
of the common good.
ExcellenceWe set and strive to attain high standards of performance
and continuous improvement.
StewardshipWe use our talents and resources wisely, with honesty
Keywords: St. Luke's Hospital, Chesterfield , TALENT ACQUISITION SPECIALIST, Other , Chesterfield, Missouri
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