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Director of Human Resources

Posted: 09/11/2022

Primary Job Function

The Director of Human Resources will work to craft a vision for the workforce needs of the organization. Employee engagement and development programs are developed by the Director working in collaboration with all department leaders. The Director is a member of the Executive Committee and participates in various other committees as necessary to further the mission. In-office, on-site leadership is essential to connect with and understand the needs and goals of all stakeholders.

 

Essential Job Functions

HUMAN RESOURCES

  • Develop staffing strategies and implementation plans and programs to identify talent within and outside the organization for positions of responsibility. Identifies appropriate and effective external sources for candidates for all levels within the organization.
  • Recommend processes to promote employee satisfaction and retention.
  • Oversee personnel records including application, resume, job performance and medical files.
  • Review, analyze and update job descriptions and assist other departments as needed.
  • Complete QAPI studies for the Human Resource Department and report to the QAPI committee.
  • Oversee safety & health management by coordinating the Safety, VPP and Wellness programs, providing guidance and direction in policy, procedures, training, and implementation of procedures to meet safety standards and requirements. In the absence of the Safety Manager is responsible for completing the all safety duties or delegating them out appropriately.
  • Oversee the Workers Compensation process, including claims management, Return to Work Program, Incident Analysis, WSI Incentive Programs, OSHA compliance and reporting.
  • Prepare quarterly reports for QAPI Committee and as requested by CEO.
  • Oversee the Employee Performance Review process and respond to development needs of Managers.
  • Manage the budget and other financial measures of the HR department.
  • Develop progressive and proactive compensation and benefits programs to provide motivation, incentives and rewards for effective performance.
  • Oversight of Payroll & Benefit Administration

EMPLOYEE LAW

  • Analyze, review, develop, implement, maintain, and communicate personnel policies.
  • Instruct Department Directors regarding personnel policies and procedures.
  • Oversight of unemployment claims and hearings.
  • Oversight of employment law regulations including, but not limited to ADA, unemployment, FMLA and Workers Compensation.
  • Provide oversight to investigation process and conduct investigation related to labor law issues.
  • Oversight of disciplinary action policies and procedures and assistance to Department Directors as needed.
  • Interpret and implement pertinent regulations.
  • Oversee the maintenance of the OSHA 300 Log; analyze trends and communicate to administration.

EMPLOYEE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Oversee new employee on-boarding process & orientation.
  • Collaborate with licensing boards and registration entities.
  • Attend workshops and meetings related to Human Resources scope of practice, employee law, workers compensation, safety, and long term care administration issues.

COMMUNICATION

  • Attend various departmental meetings periodically; receive feedback and provide information.
  • Attend Department Managers and QAPI meetings regularly.
  • Plan marketing strategies and processes to identify potential employees and to convey benefits.
  • Participate in communications, public relations activities, arrange for an HR presence at job fairs with the community, the network of health care providers and human resource professionals.
  • Promote employee relations.
  • Oversee the Employee Recognition Program

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree with three years of HR management experience required
  • Certified in Human Resources Management preferred (SPHR, PHR, SHRM-SCP, or SHRM-CP)
  • Master's degree in HR, Business, or a related field is preferred
  • Healthcare or non-profit management experiences is preferred

 

Responsible to: President/CEO

Work Environment

  • 40 hours per week | Monday through Friday
  • On-site position with flexibility to meet business needs
  • Multi-site healthcare organization with multiple departments and professional offices, including full ADA and life safety compliance

 

To apply, submit a Missouri Slope employment application and a resume at the front office or online at www.missourislope.com.

Additionally, a cover letter may be emailed to: erica.schmidt@mslcc.com

Application Deadline: Open until filled

 

Missouri Slope is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Missouri Slope follows CMS requirements and requires its employees to obtain and provide confirmation of all required vaccinations and screenings by the start of employment, subject to requests for accommodation as applicable and as permitted by law. This may include, but is not limited to, the COVID-19 vaccination.

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