The Human Resource Director role is to administer Human Resource programs and policies related to employee and labor relations, benefits, communications, compensation, compliance, recruitment, and training and development. The Human Resource Director oversees daily operations of the department and establishes weekly, monthly, and quarterly meetings with the HR staff to ensure the department is on track to accomplish all departmental goals for the year. The Human Resource Director conducts performance appraisals for the HR staff and ensures all competencies are met in a timely manner. The Human Resource Director conducts monthly staff meetings for the department in conjunction with the CHRO.
The Human Resource Director attends all Labor/Management Committee Meetings representing management and follows up regarding issues and concerns. The Human Resource Director conducts investigations as necessary and prepares documentation in response to both grievances, arbitrations, and internal investigations.
The Human Resource Director fills in for the Chief Human Resource Officer in their absence. The long term goal for this position is to be groomed for the Chief Human Resource Officer.
Minimum five years of progressive experience in Human Resource management required, significant experience in health care and labor relations preferred. Bachelor’s degree required or related experience. PHR (Professional in Human Resources) certification preferred or SPHR. Familiarity with numerous human resource programs such as benefits, compensation, employee relations, recruitment, and training development required. Requires excellent communication skills, verbal and written; problem-solving and critical thinking skills; ability to manage conflict. Ability to prioritize and coordinate multiple projects. Must have initiative and follow through to execute plans, programs, and proposals.
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