St. Luke’s University Health Network has retained Kirby Partners to conduct a nationwide executive search for candidates for this Senior Director job.

St. Luke’s University Health Network (SLUHN) is a non-profit, fully integrated system providing services at ten hospitals and more than 300 sites in Lehigh, Northampton, Carbon, Schuylkill, Bucks, Montgomery, Berks, Monroe and Luzerne counties in Pennsylvania and Warren and Hunterdon counties in New Jersey.

SLUHN has won the Watson Health Top 100 Hospitals Award in the major teaching hospital category for four years in a row, widely regarded as one of the highest honors in the health care industry. The Network has also been routinely honored by a multitude of other organizations, including U.S. News & World Report in its annual listings of America’s Best Hospitals and Hospital Top Performance.

Senior Director Job Overview:

With an organizational culture that values the importance of relationship building, employee engagement, innovation, and teamwork SLUHN is seeking an HR technology leader to partner with HR, IT and Operations Leaders to optimize programs and develop initiatives to leverage the use of Workday, Cornerstone Learning Management, and other HR related systems for the Network.

The Senior Director, HCMS & Systems is a replacement position which will oversee the Workday Human Capital Management System (HCMS), instructional design, and related customer service team at an executive

The ideal candidate will be well versed in both high-functioning HR operations/strategy and the advanced technology that supports it. SLUHN is rapidly growing by both acquisition and new construction; the Senior Network Director will be responsible for meeting the future growth of the organization and workforce.

  • Minimum of seven years’ experience in HR systems and HR operations
  • Strong knowledge base of HCMS technologies
  • Strong senior leadership experience
  • Experience with project oversight and strategy development
  • Collaborative, team player, flexible, & innovative
  • Workday experience preferred
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Please note that Kirby Partners exclusively represents this job opportunity and all candidates will be presented through our team of executive recruiters.  If you have questions about this position, please email Jocelyn Clarke.

St. Luke’s University Health Network has retained Kirby Partners to identify, qualify and present individuals for their Chief Information Officer Position.


Organization Overview

St. Luke’s University Health Network is a non-profit and nationally recognized network that provides services at over 200 sites within the Pennsylvania area. As the region’s second largest employer with over 9,500 employees consisting of almost 1,200 board certified physicians who represent more than 90 specialties, St. Luke’s delivers a variety of care options. St. Luke’s is committed to continuing its tradition of providing quality care services for residents of Eastern Pennsylvania and has broken ground for what will become the seventh hospital in the network.


Chief Medical Information Officer Position Highlights

The CMIO reports to the CIO. This position will work with ACOs, innovation, data analytics, and population health. The CMIO will need to remain “clinically relevant”. St. Luke’s has a very collaborative culture and to gain acceptance, the CMIO will need to practice a minimum of 20%. The CEO of St. Luke’s is a true leader in healthcare and not a follower of trends. The organization is trying to make all aspects of the business better. The CMIO will play a major role in the continued transformation. The organization is fast paced and has a strong culture of getting things accomplished. They are known for their quality. The organization is very supportive of its leadership and innovation. They are customer facing and are moving heavily into telehealth and wellness.  The Epic inpatient implementation was extremely successful and they expect no less for the outpatient implementation. They have sophisticated users and an academic nature. The CMIO will play a key role in the implementation of Epic outpatient system-wide. They are pursuing a clinically integrated network and the CMIO will be engaged with clinicians to ensure a smooth transition.