St. Peters Health Nurse Recruiter - Staff Development, Exempt, Remote or Hybrid 9100.674 in Helena, Montana
All members of the St. Peter’s Health team pledge to embrace the opportunity to serve our community and perform their duties in accordance with the organization’s established policies, procedures and guidelines.
Our Mission, Vision, and Values
Mission | St. Peter's Health partners with our patients and the community to provide exceptional and compassionate health care.
Vision | To be the “gold standard” for health care in Montana.
Values | We will:
Treat every person with dignity, respect and loving-kindness
Keep colleagues and patients safe, in every sense of the word
Empower and invest in our people to help them grow and thrive
Inspire collaboration to cultivate joy, pride and a sense of belonging
Drive excellence through learning, innovation and continuous improvement
Steward our resources wisely so we can fulfill our mission
Overview of People Services
People Development oversees the Employee Experience Journey, including sourcing and engagement of employee talent; New Employee Orientation (NEO) and onboarding; career coaching, training, learning and development; performance feedback; leadership development; and succession management. Professional staff in the department provide expert guidance to employees across SPH in these critical areas. People Development is a critical function that aligns to the People Development leader, Chief Strategy and Information Officer and Chief People Officer
The professional staff within People Development are focused on:
People —creating a meaningful and engaging experience for employees and providers throughout the employee journey—modeling communication and interactions in a way that embodies SPH values of respect, dignity and loving-kindness
Process —continually seeking ways to improve processes to attract, retain and engage team members, and to build a culture of improvement, coaching and learning so that every team member can realize their full potential in serving patients and community members
Technology —proactively scanning for solutions that enable simplification, standardization and automation of routine tasks while maintaining a high level of service and personalization
Professionals in People Development collaborate within their department; with People Services, People Operations, People Health and Wellness, and People Engagement and Communications; as well as across the organization to align to St. Peter’s vision for being the gold standard for health care in Montana.
Primary Job Responsibilities
The People Development Nurse Recruiter serves as an expert and trusted advisor in their role—serving leaders, employees, and providers to identify, prioritize, design and deliver transformative employee experiences. Primary responsibilities include:
Vision . The Nurse Recruiter aligns their work to St. Peter’s vision “to be the gold standard for healthcare in Montana.” This individual is knowledgeable of national trends and leading practices surrounding employee experience and his or her core function, and applies this knowledge to benefit the organization; anticipates changes that will be required to realize the vision.
Building Partnerships. An essential role of the Nurse Recruiter is to build highly collaborative and engaged partnerships with stakeholders, understand the impact of their role on creating a better experience for patients, their loved ones, and community members—during work hours as well as during interactions in the surrounding community and service area. This individual also seeks and creates highly effective relationships with community stakeholders and vendors.
Goal and Measurement Maturity . The Nurse Recruiter understands and values the practice of setting measurable goals and is disciplined and self-accountable for achieving outcomes that serve the People Development function and organization.
Performance Excellence. The Nurse Recruiter seeks internal and external benchmarks, leading practice, and national exemplars from both in- and out-of-industry to set a high standard for performance and improvement, rounding for relationships and outcomes on caregivers and leaders on a regular basis to ensure current knowledge of internal customer needs.
Learning and Development. The Nurse Recruiter is a role model for life-long learning and development—for self and others. This individual fully engages in organizational learning opportunities and invests time in professional development, reading and sharing thoughts related to own core function.
Administrative/Financial/Regulatory Function. The Nurse Recruiter understands the financial implications of decisions and is a careful steward of resources. This individual is attentive to accurate documentation and adherence to SPH, local, state and federal regulations.
Core Functions. The top ten core functions of the Nurse Recruiter role are as follows:
Works closely with leaders and practice managers to assure alignment of core values for open positions and candidate pool.
Oversees sourcing, screening and referrals of candidates utilizing a variety of venues including: nursing databases, internet, social media, career fairs, list services, graduate schools and firms.
Arranges and coordinates interviews and site visits for candidates. Assures that each candidate will receive individual attention and excellent first impression of St. Peters Health and the Helena Community.
Manages all nurse travel staff needs – placements, contracts, credentialing, accommodations, orientation, training and ongoing communication while on site.
Maintains in depth working knowledge and understanding of the nursing candidate pool, as well as national trends affecting them and healthcare organizations. Recognizes specialties that are difficult to recruit and develops strategies to succeed. Collaborates with Director of Recruiting and leaders to develop and implement a sourcing plan that aligns with recruitment strategy to target qualified candidates.
Performs other related duties as assigned that may be required to meet urgent situations with nursing placements and needs.
Recommends, coordinates, and attends recruitment events as needed.
New Employee Orientation/Onboarding
Collaborates on transition to onboarding and orientation processes related to nursing staff. Works in collaboration and as a team with the recruiting liaison, directors, administration, and multiple other services to ensure seamless experience with the onboarding and orientation process.
Participates in community outreach with nursing staff as needed.
Other . The Nurse Recruiter strives to continuously develop own capabilities and to maintain knowledge of national trends in his or her domain of expertise.
Experience: Two or more years’ experience working in a healthcare setting with high profile public and professional contacts. Strong communication skills and follow-up required. Experience in an office setting and the customer service industry. Knowledge of nursing practice management, and performance metric focus. Ability to collaborate on project plans and deliver results. Awareness and understanding of self and others.
Education : Bachelor’s degree required and/or at least 2 years’ experience in healthcare recruitment required.
Certification: SHRM or PHR preferred.