- Hospital/Facility: Providence Memorial Hospital
- Location: El Paso, TX
The Chief Human Resources Officer serves as a key member of the A-Team and reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer of the facility.
The Chief Human Resources Officer is a member of senior leadership and has responsibility for setting department mission and vision that contributes to the overall facility mission and vision. This executive also participates in the development of an annual operating and capital budget; monitors expenses and takes corrective action to reverse negative outcomes; and maintains responsibility for the administration of the facility’s wage and salary functions to provide the most effective and cost efficient programs for recruitment and retention.
The Chief Human Resources Officer has responsibility for providing day-to-day guidance and direction to facility department directors and serving as a resource to the A-Team on all aspects of human resource management. He/she is responsible for championing an environment that demonstrates Tenet as a leader in healthcare and promotes the facility as a premiere place to work, contributing to Tenet-wide strategic human resource initiatives and program development to position the company as the Employer of Choice. Additionally, this executive has responsibility for creating a department that provides fair treatment and support systems to all employees, and acts as a resource to assist employees in achieving their employment and career objectives. He/she is responsible for establishing appropriate and effective communications with home office resources, including Division HR, Benefits, Payroll and HRIS.
A Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management or related field is required, and a Master’s degree is preferred. Human Resources Management Certification is preferred.
At least five to seven years of progressive human resources leadership experience in all functional areas is required, with a preference in the healthcare arena. Must possess a broad knowledge of employment practices and human resources functions.
Knowledge of employee and labor relations and contract administration, compliance, benefits administration, worker’s compensation, unemployment, recruiting, retention, HRIS Systems, healthcare trends and legislation combined with strong business acumen.
Proven ability to develop training topics and materials based on feedback from the constituents. Excellent consulting and facilitation skills.
A solid strategic thinker, with strong operational focus, good judgment and detail-oriented perspective. Well-honed analytical abilities.
A well organized, decisive and self-directed individual with a strong ability to develop an organizational culture that fosters teamwork.
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