As part of its growth and transformation, LHSC is now seeking an articulate, visionary Human Resources (“HR”) leader to join the organization as the Vice President (“VP”) of People & Culture.
Reporting to the Chief People Officer (“CPO”), the VP, People & Culture will take on a senior, strategic and high-profile role within the organization. Leveraging centralized “centres of excellence” and currently managing a team of four (4) Directors and nearly 200 indirect reports, the successful candidate will act as a critical business partner and trusted advisor to the CPO while providing strategic leadership, direction and oversight for the human capital and organizational development strategies.
The VP of People & Culture will consistently demonstrate strong business acumen and emotional intelligence, possess significant human resource functional knowledge, and will bring leadership, vision, creativity and passion in driving outcomes through industry-leading people strategies and practices.
The ideal candidate will be a system thinker and team player with a proven track record of aligning Human Resources and operating strategies. The VP, People & Culture will be charged with developing a comprehensive organizational People Strategy to align with the hospital’s new Strategic Plan, and with implementing relevant and impactful people practices for this innovative healthcare leader.
Core Responsibilities Include:
Qualifications: Education, Years Of Experience
To apply, please visit our Careers website at: https://www.lhsc.on.ca/careers/careers. (Job Posting #63338).
Deadline to apply is November 24, 2018.
London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC), one of Canada’s largest acute-care teaching hospitals, is dedicated to excellence in patient care, teaching and research. Since 1875, we have provided patient care for the people of London, the region, and beyond. Many national and international medical breakthroughs have been pioneered at LHSC, to the benefit of patients at home and around the world. Through our affiliation with Western University and more than 30 other educational institutions, we train more than 1,800 medical and health care professionals annually.
Today, LHSC is home to:
Our physicians, residents and staff number nearly 15,000 and together they provided care for more than one million patient visits each year.
The generosity and vision of the people we serve is a cornerstone for our progress—yesterday, today and tomorrow. They give selflessly through the Children’s Health Foundation and London Health Sciences Foundation to strengthen and enhance our resources, building the future of health care.