Principal Workforce Strategy Consultant PSJH *100% remote, most states eligible*

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Job Description

Providence St. Joseph Health is calling a Principal Workforce Strategy Consultant PSJH. This position works 100% remotely. Most states are eligible.

Applicants that meet qualifications will receive a text with additional questions from our Modern Hire system.

The Workforce Strategy & Analytics (WF&A) team seeks a Principal Workforce Strategy Consultant PSJH to develop and manage the implementation of innovative workforce management programs. This position initiates and oversees high-visibility projects at the intersection of operational efficiency, technology, and analytics.

The Principal Workforce Strategy Consultant is a champion for transformational change within Providence and the healthcare industry. This individual will operate as both subject matter expert and partner to multiple business-line and shared-service leaders. The primary focus of this role is to identify workforce effectiveness opportunities, lead collaborative solution development processes, and assess change management strategies and plans in support of WF&A and Providence strategic goals.

In this position you will have the following responsibilities:

Build strong internal customer relationships with business leaders, acting as an internal consultant to define and achieve strategic business and workforce objectives.

Develop and manage a future workforce planning process that articulates strategic, tactical and financial goals, plans and dependencies. Integrates planning process across key enterprise stakeholders to increase efficiency and effectiveness.

Review, update, and improve workforce planning methods to provide reliable, consistent forecast and plan data. Leads analysis of relevant workforce metrics, uncover trends in the data and makes recommendations to improve business conditions.

Use a standardized and nuanced build-up approach to department level staffing based on analytical modeling using uniquely distinct inputs.

Ensure build-up methodology includes a total cost perspective as well as skill mix appropriateness to ensure that caregivers are practicing at top of license.

Engage with existing operations councils, regional finance and nursing groups, and other invested parties on a continuous feedback loop to ensure cohesiveness and inclusion.

Support strategic planning through a clear understanding of how labor resources will be affected by pulling certain levers.

Assist operations leaders with workforce performance improvement projects as identified through resource requirements.

Develops informative presentations for senior leadership and the executive team, effectively communicating complex concepts, data and quantitative plans, with a high degree of simplicity.

Communicates and explains methodology of programs with leaders.

Establishes strong cross-functional relationships to connect across system-wide workforce initiatives, like Predictive Hiring, Integrated Resource Centers and Geographic Float Pools.

Partners with the workforce intelligence team to perform analysis of relevant metrics (i.e., turnover, internal movement, diversity), identifying and communicating trends and insights that could impact or inform business-unit and/or system-level workforce planning.

Demonstrates ability to clearly and concisely communicate complex information to a variety of audiences and mediums.

Other duties as assigned.

Required qualifications for this position include:

8 years recent experience related to workforce planning, analytics, consulting, strategy or finance

5 years experience with handling data and modeling in Excel

2 years experience developing multi-year workforce plans

2 years experience developing talent pipeline

5 years experience as an analyst and understanding of analytical modeling (e.g., gap analyses, scenario modeling, benchmarking)

Preferred qualifications for this position include:

Bachelor's Degree in Business Management, Industrial Engineering, Finance, Economics/commerce, healthcare management or a related field. .

8 years recent experience related to workforce planning, analytics, consulting, strategy or finance in a healthcare environment.

2 years prior experience with data visualization software preferred, including Visier, Microsoft Power BI and Tableau.

2 years experience working in dynamic, complex organization within a transforming industry

4 years experience working in a union environment

3 years experience working as a Management or Strategy consultant

3 years experience working in workforce management

About the department you will serve.

Providence Shared Services provides a variety of functional and system support services for our Providence family of organizations across Alaska, California, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas and Washington. We are focused on supporting our Mission by delivering a robust foundation of services and sharing of specialized expertise.