HR - Vice President, Human Resources

Las Vegas, NV, USA ● Nashville, TN, USA ● Phoenix, AZ, USA ● Tampa, FL, USA Req #11557
Monday, May 13, 2024


Vice President, Human Resources  

ArchWell Health™ is a national company devoted to improving the lives of senior members by providing an advanced level of value-based care. ArchWell Health delivers best-in-class care at comfortable, accessible neighborhood centers where seniors can feel at home and become part of a vibrant, wellness-focused community.  

Members experience greater continuity of care, as well as the comfort of knowing they will be treated with respect by people who genuinely care about them, their families, and their communities. ArchWell Health currently operates over 51 centers located in Birmingham, Phoenix, Tucson, Charlotte, Kansas City, St. Louis, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Las Vegas, Omaha and the Florida Gulf Coast.  

The VP, Human Resources reports to the CHRO and works collaboratively in driving strategic talent plans, goals, and objectives for the organization. You will develop a comprehensive approach for talent programs focused on driving business outcomes, delivering excellent care for our members, colleague growth and retention, performance management, and maintaining ArchWell Health as a best place to work, in addition to leading the Talent Acquisition function. The preferred locations for this position are Phoenix, Las Vegas, and the Tampa Bay area.  



  • Responsible for developing, aligning, and executing strategic initiatives related to workforce retention, workplace culture, and colleague engagement across all ArchWell Health markets, supporting a high growth organization. 
  • Champion collaboration across ArchWell Health between leaders, colleagues, and human resources, sharing knowledge and expertise and leading enterprise-wide campaigns which drive strategic growth and business outcomes. 
  • Inspire the HRBP and Talent Acquisition teams to deliver creative, future focused people initiatives, ensuring the organization has the talent needed to accomplish its goals 
  • Operate as a strategic, HR business advisor with solid business acumen, analytical skills, and sound judgement to provide pragmatic advice and critical thinking, challenge points-of-view when necessary and offering alternative, constructive suggestions to build talent capabilities and innovative solutions to support growth. 
  • Mentors HRBPs to guide operators on day-to-day people management, including compensation, performance management and coaching, responding to colleague concerns or complaints, succession planning, managing terminations, and related risks. 
  • Partners with HR Leadership team on matters impacting enterprise operations, influencing systems and processes to drive excellence at scale and use of people analytics to shape HR programs 
  • Collaborates across HR, Compliance, and Legal resources on internal investigations implicating HR policies, procedures, or practices. 
  • Maintains in-depth knowledge of legal and regulatory requirements related to HR, providing oversight to mitigate legal risk and promote compliance with local, state, and federal requirements. 
  • Lead the talent review, succession planning, engagement action planning, and other talent-related programs and processes for the Company.  
  • Advocate for a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture, embodying a values-driven, member-centric organization. 
  • Develop, mentor, and guide the HRBP and Talent Acquisition teams to be business-oriented, proactive and results-oriented. 
  • Travel as appropriate to support leaders and colleagues.


Professional Experience/Qualifications 

The Vice President, Human Resources will be a strong HR and business leader with experience setting and implementing strategy. The successful candidate will have a proven track record as an HR leader for a top tier healthcare or provider organization and be an effective partner/influencer/confidant to senior leaders and teams. Specifically, this executive will have/be: 

  • Proven record of accomplishment of executing and delivering on strategic HR initiatives with a deep understanding of ‘best-in-class’ human resources concepts, practices, and processes within the healthcare environment ensuring HR’s contribution to the organization’s operational, financial and growth success. 
  • 15+ years of HR experience including 5+ years in an HR leadership role; direct experience in employee relations and HR business partnering required, with Talent Acquisition experience in a nationwide environment preferred. 
  • Experience in a high growth company, having built and implemented policies and programs is strongly preferred. 
  • Bachelor's or master's degree in human resources management or related HR or business discipline  
  • Up to date knowledge and experience of employment law, government services compliance requirements and company policies and procedures. 
  • A history of establishing trust with professionals throughout an organization, functioning as a leader, advisor, business partner. 
  • Ability to make a measurable impact on the business, orchestrating networks and knowledge effectively to consistently deliver the people strategy and exceed business expectations. 
  • Confident and effective relationship building skills at an executive level along with excellent communication and interpersonal skills. 
  • Excellent project and program management skills, while understanding the nuances of the organization (being organizationally aware). 
  • Proactive and self-starter; approaches responsibilities with a thoughtful and appropriate sense of urgency - operates with a sense of responsiveness to the business and for the business and accustomed to working in a lean, dynamic organization where everyone roles their sleeves up. 
  • Articulate communicator, both verbal and written, communicates transparently to ensure seamless execution and coordination of strategic efforts. 
  • Tolerance for ambiguity and ability to cut through to the core of an issue. 
  • Strong interpersonal skills, effective communicator at all levels of the organization. Can express ideas clearly and persuasively, and diplomatic/politically aware as needed. 


About ArchWell Health:


At ArchWell Health, we’re creating a community of caring designed to help our members stay healthy and engaged. By focusing on a strong provider-patient relationship, routine wellness, and staying active, our members enjoy a higher level of care and better quality of life after the age of 60. Everything we do is for seniors. We believe seniors should be heard, listened to, and given ample time by their physicians to live well later in life.

Our value-based care model is designed to prevent illnesses while keeping members healthy and happy in every aspect of their life. We deliver best-in-class primary care at comfortable, accessible neighborhood centers where older adults can feel at home and become part of a vibrant, wellness-focused community. We’re passionate about caring for older adults and united by the belief that caring has the power to change everything for our members.



ArchWell Health is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected classification.


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