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John Hopkins University & Medicine
Baltimore, MD, United States (hybrid)
28 days ago
John Hopkins University & Medicine
Baltimore, Maryland, United States (hybrid)
28 days ago


The Executive Director of Talent Management and Human Resources is a key leadership role on the Department of Development and Alumni Relations (DAR) Executive Team responsible for developing, communicating, and executing a comprehensive talent strategy that supports and drives a high-performance culture within DAR. As the champion of the full talent life-cycle, this role will partner with Executive Team members in DAR, HR leadership at the University, and members of his/her team to evaluate, design (as needed), lead, and assist in all talent-related activities including talent management, talent acquisition, workforce planning, employee relations, compliance, compensation and benefits, diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB), employee engagement, performance management, succession planning, learning, and organizational development. This position has a matrixed reporting relationship to the Senior Associate Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations and the Johns Hopkins University Office of Human Resources, sitting as a member on the Johns Hopkins University Human Resources Leadership Team (UHRLT).


  • Oversee a team of eleven individuals (five direct reports) representing the following units, Human Resources Business Partners, Talent Acquisition, Learning and Organizational Development, and diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) which is a co-managed unit.
  • Effectively communicate a clear vision and direction for the team and align that vision to the mission and values of DAR.
  • Set clear performance objectives and work plan goals for self and others.
  • Provide guidance and feedback to help team members strengthen their knowledge and skills.
  • Establish an environment that enables staff to be innovative while effectively balancing risk and opportunity.
  • Oversees and strategically manages a budget of $1.6m inclusive of payroll.
  • Represent DAR on industry roundtable groups (e.g. Advanced Leadership Forum (ALF) Talent Management Group, T11 (Talent Management 11) Group.


  • Working knowledge and application of HR policies and procedures including federal laws and regulations pertaining to employment and employee relations.
  • Assess performance management practices by managers in DAR and provide strategic leadership and guidance for best practices and managerial accountability.
  • Review the DAR succession planning process and career path management strategies, identifying gaps, creating action plans where needed.
  • Oversite of DAR competencies, benefits, recognition, rewards, and employee engagement mechanisms in partnership with Johns Hopkins Central Human Resource team.


  • Develop the strategy for HR analytics and reporting and work with the team to create, manage, and maintain talent reporting metrics and analytics to evaluate the effectiveness of DAR’s talent strategies. For example, turnover rates, cost of turnover, vacancy rates, talent acquisition, performance management, and return on investment of talent initiatives.
  • Create a measure for internal and external customer satisfaction.


  • Review the current DAR Talent Management Roadmap and develop a sustainable strategy for DAR talent management initiatives and programs such as, talent acquisition, onboarding, workforce planning, employee relations, compliance, compensation and benefits, diversity and inclusion, employee engagement, competencies, performance management, succession planning, HR analytics, learning and organizational development.
  • Integrate talent management practices across the entire employee life cycle.
  • Partner with the DAR Executive Team on evaluating talent needs and provide innovative solutions.
  • Remain current on talent management approaches, trends, and guidelines.


  • Review the current Talent Acquisition Roadmap for DAR and develop a sustainable and measurable strategy with a reasonable timeline for implementation.
  • Build talent pools that support and strengthen DAR and create a framework that provides a clear view of talent supply and demand.
  • Partnering with Central HR Talent Acquisition, evaluate the Johns Hopkins University SuccessFactors platform for its ability to provide applicant tracking, employee tracking, reporting, and analytics.
  • Develop a clear recruitment presence that distinguishes JHU DAR in the employment market.
  • Leverage social media and various forms of technology to engage talent.


  • Assess the DAR Learning and Organizational Development offerings and make appropriate recommendations.
  • Partner in the development of top talent and high-potential educational programs that foster growth of key employees on both the exempt and non-exempt level.
  • Support the development and delivery of training programs, resources, and tools that provide for the ongoing development of all DAR team members.


  • Review and update the DAR Diversity and Inclusion Roadmap in consultation with the DEIB Program Manager and the Executive Team. Report on metrics around the roadmap.
  • Ensure that the DEIB elements and strategies are built into the work of all the units: Human Resources, Talent Acquisition, Learning and Organizational Development.
  • Represent DAR as an ex-officio member of the University’s Diversity Leadership Council (DLC).


  • Bachelor’s degree with a MBA, MA or master’s degree preferred in Business, Human Resources and/or Organizational Development.
  • 15+ years of progressive leadership and management with relevant experience in Human Resources and Talent Management.
  • Demonstrated record of success leading and managing in a complex multi-unit environment.
  • Exceptional interpersonal abilities, verbal, and written communication skills.
  • Collaborative leader with the ability to see the macro and micro level.
  • Strategic thinker with a reputation for having a proactive, practical, and pragmatic approach.
  • Demonstrated experience in driving talent innovation and process improvement that enables a business to meet its objectives.
  • Strong Executive presence with ability to build credible, trusting relationships with a broad array of managers, leaders, and University partners.
  • Project management and organizational skills.
  • High level of initiative and decision-making skills.
  • Creative and innovative colleague and thought partner.
  • Ability to take on what has been done and dream bigger.

Job Information

  • Job ID: 67656906
  • Workplace Type: Hybrid
  • Location:
    Baltimore, Maryland, United States
  • Company Name For Job: John Hopkins University & Medicine
  • Position Title: Executive Director of Talent Management and Human Resources
  • Company Industry: 4-Year College or University/Higher Education Institution
  • Job Function: Advancement Management,
    Alumni Relations,
    Annual Fund & Giving,
    Donor Relations & Stewardship,
  • Job Type: Full-Time
  • Job Duration: Indefinite
  • Min Education: BA/BS/Undergraduate
  • Min Experience: Executive Level
  • Required Travel: 0-10%

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