Manager, Recruiting

CoverMyMeds is nationally recognized as one of the fastest growing health care technology companies and is consistently honored as one of the best places to work. To enable our growth, we have a simple but effective talent model: hire remarkable people who can do more and be more than they can at other companies. This model means that our Talent Acquisition team needs to be beyond remarkable. 

In this role, you will lead a team of exceptional Recruiters in supporting our hiring manager to find the best and brightest.  You will represent all that is special about CoverMyMeds and be a key advisor and partner to hiring leaders.

The best candidate will have excelled at people leadership, workforce planning, creating diversity recruitment strategies and building strong relationships.  You will also have some or all of the following qualities:

  • You are a builder. You work collaboratively to solicit ideas and transform concepts into actionable plans and ultimately results.
  • You are a connector. You seek compromise, take partners and work towards alignment.  
  • You motivate. You rally people around a common mission and vision and inspire them to embrace big challenges.
  • You are agile. You embrace change and ambiguity and effectively navigate the “gray”.
  • You are passionate. You are motivated by a compelling mission and draw inspiration from the work we do.
  • You are ambitious. You are not beholden to the status quo and are not afraid to take “big swings” in service of our mission.
  • You are humble. You absorb the losses and share the wins with your team and partners.
  • You are generous. You contribute where you are needed and do not operate in a silo.
  • You are inclusive. You foster an environment that draws people in and allows them to contribute and succeed, regardless of their background.
  • 4+ years managing high-performing recruiting teams and 8+ years recruiting wide-ranging roles. Health care IT industry experience is a plus
  • Four-year degree or equivalent

What You’ll Do

  • People Leadership
    • Establish meaningful and trusting relationships with your direct reports to help them succeed in their current role and plan for future success
    • Build a deep understanding of the overarching strategic themes of CoverMyMeds and McKesson, and be able to articulate how your team contributes to these
    • Set an example of how to win by modeling the core values and teaching your team how to filter decisions through the lens of these values.
    • Act as a cultural ambassador inside the company and in the community
  • Diversity & Inclusion
    • Assume a very active role in the development of D&I strategy and goals
    • Establish best practices to monitor and improve the diversity of candidate slates
    • Evaluate processes to ensure elimination of unconscious bias
    • Liaison to D&I stakeholders across the org (Leadership, Affinity Group, etc)
    • Commit to presenting a diverse slate of candidates for every search
    • Identify tools, resources or partnerships to improve diversity of candidate pipelines.
  • Workforce Planning
    • Using data to drive decisions, you will actively manage the hiring plan for assigned business units, including headcount, prioritizing the backlog, budget and timing recommendations, etc
    • Facilitate monthly hiring plan reviews with Business Unit Leaders, Finance and HR partners and effectively communicate updates/adjustments to all relevant parties.
    • Liaison to all internal partners (Training, Finance, IT, etc.) to ensure that all relevant teams are prepared for incoming personnel.
  • Relationship Management
    • Build meaningful relationships and continuously seek to deepen them with assigned business units to understand their org structure, talent, products, goals, challenges and measures of success. Find opportunities to share knowledge about the business with your team and the broader Talent Management organization.
    • Actively monitor the candidate and hiring manager survey results and collaborate with the team to respond to areas of opportunity.
    • Identify and work to resolve conflict or misalignment amongst hiring teams.
    • Identify opportunities to partner more effectively with other functional areas within Talent Management (Employee & Community Engagement, Employee Experience, Org & Employee Readiness)
  • Recruitment
    • As a working manager, you should expect to spend 30-50% of your time working on active searches, typically executive or leadership roles.
    • Help hiring managers distill their perceived talent needs into a clear target profile.
    • Provide coaching and guidance to hiring teams and design data-driven interview processes that prioritize exceptional candidate experiences 
    • Actively build and leverage your personal talent pool 
    • Consistently engage “passive” candidates and convert to “active” at a high rate.

About Us

CoverMyMeds is one of the fastest growing health care technology companies in the US and consistently honored as one of the best places to work in the country. Our mission: Help patients get the medications they need to live healthy lives. Our solutions seamlessly connect the health care network to improve medication access, increasing speed to therapy and reducing prescription abandonment for patients like you and me.

We know our culture is special because our employees tell us that time and time again. We're all driven by our mission and passionate about making CoverMyMeds the best place to work and grow, whatever that means to you. We want you to come here to be yourself, embrace challenges and achieve meaningful results. (The on-site lunch, paid benefits and flexibility are icing on the cake!)

Want to learn more?  We’re flattered.  Check out: https://www.covermymeds.com/main/careers/.

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