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Director of Talent Management

Montefiore Health System
Bronx, NY

Director of Talent Management


Montefiore and Einstein seeks a Director of Talent Management to manage staff recruitment and development within a fast-growing fundraising program

About Montefiore and Einstein
Montefiore Health System was founded in 1884 by Jewish philanthropists as a care facility for patients with chronic illnesses, and quickly expanded into a world-class hospital based in the Bronx. Years later, Albert Einstein agreed to lend his name to a future medical school that would accept "students of all creeds and races," and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine welcomed its first class of 53 men and 3 women on September 12, 1955. To provide clinical education for medical students and residents, Montefiore and Einstein entered an initial affiliation agreement in 1963, leading to a partnership marked by several medical "firsts" ? the world's first transvenous cardiac pacemaker, the country's first pediatric kidney transplant program, and the state's first specialized endocrine and neuroendocrine tumor program

Building on the decades-long synergy among educational, research, and clinical enterprises, Montefiore and Einstein's affiliation developed into a full academic partnership when Montefiore assumed fiduciary oversight, operations, and governance of the College of Medicine in September 2015. Today, Montefiore and Einstein is one of New York's premier academic health systems and is a recognized leader in providing exceptional quality and personalized, accountable care to approximately three million people across the Bronx, Westchester, and the Hudson Valley. The Montefiore and Einstein system is comprised of 11 hospitals, including the Children's Hospital at Montefiore, Burke Rehabilitation Hospital, and close to 200 outpatient care sites. The advanced clinical and translational research at the College of Medicine directly informs patient care and improves outcomes. From the Montefiore and Einstein Centers of Excellence in cancer, cardiology and vascular care, pediatrics, and transplantation to a preeminent school-based health program, Montefiore and Einstein is a fully integrated healthcare delivery system providing coordinated, comprehensive care to patients and their families
About Philanthropy at Montefiore and Einstein

Montefiore and Einstein has created incredible synergy around new bench-to-bedside discoveries that draw on the strengths of both institutions ? premier educational opportunities, cutting-edge research, and science-driven clinical services. While there's great promise in the combined force of Montefiore and Einstein, the integration of two complex institutions requires thoughtful planning and tremendous leadership, particularly as it relates to philanthropy. To capitalize on the opportunity that the integrated system presents, the Montefiore and Einstein development teams were integrated into one office in August 2016.

Since coming together, the Montefiore and Einstein Office of Development, led by Rachelle Sanders, Vice President and Chief Development Officer, has increased the number of full-time frontline fundraisers on the ground, re-engaged donors who have lapsed during the transition, and elevated the system-wide conversation about philanthropy through a strategic planning for development process led by executive, trustee, and campus leaders. With a strategic plan for development in hand, Montefiore and Einstein has the roadmap and leadership investment to guide and focus fundraising activity over the next several years.

By demonstrating what it means to give back and inspiring others to do the same, Montefiore and Einstein will aspire to reach its overarching vision of becoming a leading philanthropic institution that attracts transformational support locally and beyond the New York City region.

About the Position
The Director, Talent Management is a new position in the Montefiore and Einstein Office of Development that will strengthen the academic health system's position as a leading philanthropic institution by recruiting, retaining, and developing fundraising talent.

In collaboration with system leadership and reporting directly to the Vice President and Chief Development Officer, the Director, Talent Management will advance the strategic priorities of the development operation by coordinating and overseeing a newly formed talent management program. S/he will lead a small team to ensure Montefiore and Einstein is staffing to opportunity and will be responsible for creating and implementing a professional development and learning strategy across the operation to improve staff performance, engagement, retention, and long-term success

Key Responsibilities
The Director will work closely with the Montefiore and Einstein Office of Human Resources to ensure that the Office of Development's talent management program is aligned with the system's values, practices, policies, and procedures. Specifically, s/he will be expected to perform in the following areas:

  • Partner with the development leadership team to identify talent management needs
  • Oversee the talent acquisition process, serve as the hiring manager for open searches (i.e., conduct proactive candidate research and outreach, screen qualified candidates, organize interview slates, liaise with Human Resources, conduct reference calls, etc.), and design and deliver a thoughtful onboarding process for new hires
  • Develop and oversee employee engagement programs across the operation (i.e., quarterly all-staff meetings, team-building initiatives, and recognition opportunities)
  • Develop and oversee ongoing learning development and performance management programs (i.e., inventory of current job descriptions, career development plans, performance reviews, coaching programs, skill-building programs, etc.).
  • Contribute to developing continued opportunities and communications that foster a collaborative and cohesive work culture throughout the development teams.
  • At present, manage and mentor one staff member.As the department grows, identify, hire and manage additional staff.

    Key Qualifications
  • Minimum of 7 years of experience in a talent management role
  • Savvy relationship-builder with a collaborative leadership style and industrious spirt
  • Excellent strategic thinker with the ability to work with a wide range of institutional leaders
  • Demonstrated experience designing and implementing talent management programs
  • Strong understanding of fundraising practices, approaches, systems, and operations
  • Experience with complex institutions, preferably in the academic medical space
  • Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines
  • Ability to maintain discretion and the highest ethical and professional standards while dealing with confidential information required
  • Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office and applicant tracking systems.

    All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

    Please email your cover letter and resume in confidence to:
    MontefioreEinstein@developmentguild.com

    Kieran McTague
    Senior Vice President
    Development Guild DDI

    For more information about Montefiore and Einstein, please visit https://www.montefiore.org/default.cfm





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