Job opening in a 150+ bed hospital located in Central Arkansas, about an hour from Little Rock, for an experienced HR Director with hospital experience.
- Responsible for coordinating and directing the Co-worker Relations programs and functions. The incumbent has primary responsibility for co-worker relations to include, personnel administration, policy and procedure development, wage and salary structure development, and compliance for Human Resource functions. These functions include responsibility for developing, interpreting, and recommending program goals and objectives, policies and procedures, and courses of action.
- Able to monitor and maintain a participative and empowered culture.
- Must possess considerable knowledge of co-worker relations: the principles, practices, and procedures of Human Resource Management.
- Must possess thorough knowledge in the specific areas of merit systems (job content, qualifications, educational and training requirements of a wide variety of occupations) and wage and salary administration.
- Must have a sound working knowledge of statistical concepts, methods, and data collection procedures.
- Must have considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of modern office management and recordkeeping.
- Must be able to research information and analyze data to arrive at valid conclusions, recommendations, and plans of action.
- Must be able to prepare comprehensive reports and represent ideas clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
- Must have the ability to plan, coordinate, and direct the work of subordinate staff engaged in various professional, technical, and clerical functions.
- Must have the ability to exercise considerable judgment and discretion in establishing and maintaining good working relationships.
- Must possess strong knowledge of laws and regulations relating to Human Resources.
- Graduate from an accredited college or university with major course work in Business or Public Administration, Human Resource Management, or closely related field.
- Masters Degree Preferred.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
- SHRM Certified Professional (PHR) or Senior Professional (SPHR) is preferred.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following.
- Other duties or task may be requested or assigned by immediate supervisor, his/her designee, or other management/supervisor.
- Formulates and recommends program goals and objectives in all areas of co-worker relations.
- Develops, implements, and administers the co-worker relations area of the personnel program in an effort to improve co-worker relations.
- Responsible for developing an organizational focus of a family friendly environment.
- Supervises and provides direction to subordinate staff engaged in developing and administering the recruitment and selection procedures and the personnel policies and procedures.
- Supervises and provides direction to subordinate staff engaged in developing and establishing in-service employee training and educational assistance program in an effort to upgrade managerial, technical, and support-level productivity.
- Investigates problems, such as: working conditions, disciplinary actions, and employee and applicant appeals and grievances, according to circumstances, and provides guidance and recommendations for problem resolution to departmental officials and individuals.
- Prepares and presents required and special reports
- Develops and presents the operating budget for the Human Resources Dept. and, upon final budget approval, assures that all functions operate within appropriated amounts.
- Evaluates or reviews evaluations of performance on all co-workers; effectively recommends hiring, promotion, termination, disciplinary, and commendatory actions of all assigned personnel.
- Supervises and directs onboarding of new employees, including determination of eligibility for hire; directs and updates general orientation process for all new employees.
- Directs recruitment activities including advertising mediums and outreach recruitment.
- Provides high level communication and training to director and manager level associates regarding human resources policies, procedures and practices.
This city is a vibrant, progressive community located in the Diamond Lakes region of the scenic Ouachita Mountains in central Arkansas. Nearby cities are known for naturally heated springs, many of them in the nearby Hot Springs National Park. The city is near the home base to live thoroughbred racing and gaming at Oaklawn, Magic Springs/Crystal Falls theme and water parks, the 210-acre Garvan Woodland Gardens, The Gangster Museum of America, and a renowned arts community with plenty of gallery options. Outdoor activities in the area include mountain biking, hiking, golf, horseback riding, fishing, digging for quartz crystals and water sports that center around the Diamond Lakes Catherine, DeGray, Greeson, Hamilton and Ouachita. There are also a number of campgrounds just outside the city. More outdoor options can also be found at the Ouachita National Forest. Surrounded by lakes and situated near the border of the Ouachita National Forest, the town is also home to Hot Springs National Park, which happens to be the only national park in America located within city limits. As such, the place resides in a pretty prime location if you enjoy natural beauty and outdoor endeavors. It also happens to be rich in history and culture. A lot is happening there, and a lot has already happened. The city is home to a population of about 35,000 residents.
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Competitive Salary Range!
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