Job Summary Boston Children's Hospital (BCH) is seeking a highly experienced Business Partner to join our dynamic team of Human Resources professionals. The Senior Human Resources Business Partner (Sr. HRBP) has primary client responsibility for one or more business units across Boston Children's. The Sr. HRBP is responsible for supporting executive leadership and management. In partnership with the HR Centers of Excellence, the Sr. HRBP identifies workforce needs and develops effective solutions that attract, engage, and retain a best-in-class workforce for the world's leading pediatric hospital and research enterprise. The Sr. HRBP must have a strong business and client-focused mindset; be comfortable working within a complex, regulated environment that spans clinical care, research, academic training, and business operations; be data savvy; be able to build effective relationships; and embody the BCH values of Respect, Inclusivity, Teamwork, and Kindness.
The Sr. Human Resources Business Partner will:
Serve as a strategic, proactive HR business partner to one or more client service lines
Understand the business goals and objectives of the client and the BCH enterprise and collaborates with client managers and leaders to deliver service and workforce solutions
Translate Business Strategy into a defined People Strategy and a set of individualized goals that align with broader enterprise needs
Identify management and workforce needs within the client service line; design and recommend effective HR strategies in furtherance of those needs and department and organizational goals
Work with HR Centers of Excellence (COEs) to design, develop and deliver effective Human Resource Programs
Educate the client about HR policies, programs, and standards; effectuates change management by being knowledgeable and communicating effectively
Coach managers to ensure consistent execution of procedures and policies
Assists with organizational design and succession planning
Identify trends, labor risks, and opportunities for improvement within assigned client service lines
Help to design and implement employee engagement action plans
Proactively identify opportunities to improve workforce diversity and inclusion; implement organizational EDI initiatives
Analyzes data and provides a summary of observations for various management and decision-making uses, including identifying trends and gaps in the data
Advise on performance management, accountability, corrective action, and progressive discipline
Partner with Employee Relations on disciple, misconduct, investigations, discharges, and other significant employee relations matters
Partner with clients and Compensation/Total Rewards on compensation and benefits programs and initiatives.
Partner with Client and HR COEs to address and facilitate issues of group dynamics and the resulting impact on the organization and identifies appropriate interventions to drive improvements
Proactively identifies, explores, and solves complex HR issues through analysis, creative problem-solving, and advocacy
To qualify, you must have:
Bachelor's Degree is required; with a preferred area of study in HR Management or Business Administration; a Master's Degree is preferred; SHRM-SCP or SPHR Certification is preferred
8 - 10 + years of experience working within Human Resources, including at least 5 years as a business partner with independent responsibility for client relations, employee relations advisor, and/or in an HR management role
Prior work experience in an academic medical center or higher education setting is preferred
Boston Children's Hospital offers competitive compensation and unmatched benefits, including affordable health, vision, and dental insurance, generous levels of time off, 403(b) Retirement Savings plan, Pension, Tuition Reimbursement, and discounted rates on T-passes (50% off). Discover your best.
Boston Children's Hospital is a 395-bed comprehensive center for pediatric health care. As one of the largest pediatric medical centers in the United States, Children's offers a complete range of health care services for children from birth through 21 years of age.