Providence Program Consultant HR Strategic Initiatives PSJH in Renton, Washington
Providence St. Joseph Health is calling a Program Consultant HR Strategic Initiatives to begin their journey in the field of HR M&A Program Management. This role is currently remote.
If you are interested in learning more about M & A Transactions from the Human Resource perspective – this role will offer hands on involvement. The Program Consultant role, while the entry step into the HR M & A Program Management family, will capitalize on your prior Human Resource experience. You will gain direct exposure to the processes and tools involved in preparing and successfully transitioning newly acquired populations into an existing organization.
We are seeking a Program Consultant HR Strategic Initiatives to be responsible for delivering business value through the coordination and support of projects, operational improvement, initiatives and communications directly related to in flight HR M & A activities. All duties are to be carried out under the strategic direction of the Director of Human Resource M & A Programs and Integration Team, and the overall vision of Providence t. Joseph Health (PSJH) in mind.
This position requires a background in an HR Center of Expertise, HR Operations or field HR role, in a dynamic, fast paced and cross functional environment. Additional work includes but is not limited to: project plan development and maintenance, application of continuous quality improvement to HR M & A processes and procedures, gap analyses, HR workstream coordination and follow-up, scheduling and support of change management events and new entity onboarding. This position will rely on expertise with a range of Microsoft tools including but not limited to Team, Project, PowerPoint, excel and Word. Additionally, the Program Consultant may lead one or more HR workstream teams to accomplish project objectives related to new entity HR Integration. Therefore, this position requires independent judgment and decision-making capacity, with the willingness and ability to make sound recommendations to team members and leaders. Performs all duties in a manner that promotes operational and project team success and reflects the PSJH mission, philosophy, and core values of respect, compassion, justice, excellence and stewardship.
In this position you will have the following responsibilities:
Support activities related to due diligence, analysis and design recommendations, focusing on critical path activities related to acquisitions and caregiver related activities.
Coordinate and support change management related to implementation of HR M & A projects or integrations including training and communication efforts.
Compile reports and data related to integration activities, including: Business Needs Analysis, Functional analysis, Status Reports, cost models and budgets, risk and policy analyses.
Assist with all phases of HR acquisition work, following to completion analytical work, data collection, requirement gathering, data analysis on employee programs, and the interpretation of complex data.
Work closely with team members in the execution of programs and services, coordinating resources and developing tools to support the business, core leaders and caregivers.
Learn the acquisition structure, timing and process as laid out by broader due diligence and/or business teams and translated by the [program director].
Effectively carry out acquisition activities, programs or initiatives working with members from multiple organizations, cross-functional team(s) and key leadership within a matrix management organization.
Coordinate members from various functions: compensation, benefits, labor and employee relations, HR Business Partner, Talent Acquisition, Talent Management, HR Service Center, HRIS, payroll and other pertinent stakeholders, in planning, monitoring and execution of detailed project, communication, and change management plans.
Coordinate acquisition, integration, change management, and service delivery model activities among the HR cross functional project team.
Support continuous improvement and the integration of best practices, compiling lessons learned input, streamlining and standardizing the work of people, processes and technology.
Champion Providence’s values and processes, to ensure potential acquisitions can be conducted within the framework of how Providence aims to treat its employees.
Required qualifications for this position include:
Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources, Business, other or equivalent education/experience.
4 years or more of progressive professional work experience.
2 years of HR experience in an operational, support or center of expertise.
Experience with acquisition work, or executing on multiple projects.
Ability to collect, analyze and interpret data.
Independent judgment, decision making capacity, and the ability to make sound and supported recommendations to working groups and PSJH leaders.
Human Resources proficiency.
Ability to communicate complex thought verbally and in writing.
Strong presentation and training skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, especially excel, word, PowerPoint, Teams and MS Project.
Ability to document and complete projects independently and on time.
Ability to plan, organize and effectively lead or participate in multi-disciplinary teams and projects, developing meaningful results within established timeframes.
Excellent interpersonal skills, demonstrating the ability to work with a wide variety of people, both within PSJH and external to the organization
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
PHR (or recognized equivalent).
Responsibility providing direct support to a client group.
Familiarity with Agile Project Management.
Prior experience with an organization being acquired or divested.
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Job Category: Project & Program Management (Non-Clinical)
Req ID: 270184