Join Columbus Regional Health as the Director- System Physician Recruitment and Retention!
- Reporting directly to the Chief Human Resources Officer, the Director – System Physician Recruitment and Retention is responsible for the planning, development, and direction of strategic physician recruitment and physician employment programs.
- Provides physician recruitment supervision, oversees candidate sourcing strategies, as well as plans, initiates and improves processes such as sourcing, selection, onboarding, development and retention.
- The Director will bring a strong understanding of advanced practice, have the ability to build a strong, diverse recruitment pipeline, and create processes and procedures for pipelining candidates.
- Ideal candidates will fit in culturally with a positive and collaborative team as well as demonstrate a genuine and kind spirit as a leader and colleague.
- Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred.
- At Columbus Regional Health, they are taking systematic steps to evolve the way we deliver healthcare. For the past several years, innovation has been a central strategy for moving CRH forward. From the ways they save on energy costs, to the ways they deliver medicine to our patients, to the ways they detect cancer earlier than ever, innovation fuels their continued progress.
- Columbus Regional Health’s staff works as a team of physicians, nurses, volunteers, therapists, pharmacists, clinicians, managers, administrators, and support staff — as well as their Board of Trustees — redefining what it means to provide the best in healthcare.
- As a top Indiana hospital, they’re proud to have a culture of excellence. CRH is inspired to stay abreast of the newest medical technologies and procedures, and to strive for constant improvements. This pursuit of excellence has also led them to national recognition and benchmark performance in many areas.
- Columbus Regional Health's clinical excellence rivals that of the largest hospitals in Indiana, in part due to our state-of-the-art technological developments. Despite the disruption to services caused by the flood in 2008, they have continued to implement the newest technologies available to them.
- Columbus, located in central Indiana, is home to a below average cost of living, cultural and historical attractions and an array of recreational activities
- Enjoy the farmer’s market, local wineries or one of the area’s unique festivals like the “Biggest Block Party Ever”
- With over 700 acres of parks and green space and 20 miles of hiking and bike trails, the city is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream
- Only 45 miles to Indianapolis and just over an hour to Louisville