One of the largest Otolaryngology and Ophthalmology private practices in the country. Through effective physician and managerial leadership, the organization has built a significant reputation for putting patients first and is well positioned for continued future growth.
The Director of Human Resources is responsible for leading the development of Human Resources objectives, philosophy, and strategic planning in relation to programs and initiatives that align with company business objectives. The Director of Human Resources will build valuable relationships with all company team members and develop programs and strategies that support the business objectives of the overall practice.
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Human Resources will provide leadership and direction to the Human Resources staff, which may include support of multiple functional areas including but not limited to benefits, payroll, employee relations and recruiting.
KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Proactively support the development and execution of Human Resources strategies and processes across the organization, managing complex projects cross functionally.
- Act as a member of the Administrative Leadership Team and build strong business relationships with team members across the organization; partner with senior management to develop strategic Human Resource goals, policies, and programs that align with business initiatives.
- Review the overall organizational structure and partner with business leaders to achieve organization and business alignment; act as the performance improvement driver and provoke positive changes in people management.
- Develop Human Resources strategies for business groups that include workforce planning, pay-for-performance, training and development, talent management, talent acquisition, and succession planning.
- Lead and provide support to department personnel, including direct supervision, hiring, professional development, and performance management.
- Develop, implement, and coordinate policies and procedures for the Human Resources department.
- Oversee government, legal, and regulatory requirements and/or complaints in various areas.
- Operate HRIS system(s) to maintain appropriate data integrity.
- 10+ years Human Resources leadership experience, preferably in a physician practice setting.
- Master’s degree preferred.
- Experience in project management and change management.
- Strong business acumen.
- Excellent communication skills including effective negotiation skills.
- Strong time management and priorities management skills.
- Analytical and problem solving mindset.
- Team player.
Compensation is commensurate with experience and includes a competitive salary and excellent benefits and relocation package.
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