Health facility located in central El Paso has an immediate need for a Director of Human Resources to add to their team.
1. Provide human resources support to the facility by managing all personnel issues within corporate
policies and procedures and all federal and state guidelines.
2. Assist in preparing personnel-related documents for JCAHO surveys.
3. Assist in the recruitment of all vacancies, including sourcing, interviewing, job placement, and conducting orientation.
4. Prepare personnel files and maintain personnel records in accordance to facility and corporate personnel policies and guidelines.
5. Conduct criminal and background checks for all new hires.
6. Assist new employees with completion of their personnel packets.
7. Audit personnel files, ensuring all information is current and accurate.
8. Support corporate benefit orientation, open enrollment meetings, and enroll employees in health insurance and 401(k) when eligible.
9. Coordinate with Corporate Human Resources and prepare requested reports for the Corporate Human Resources Office as requested.
10. Validate licenses of all new employees through the appropriate licensing board.
11. Obtain appropriate paperwork for employee benefit authorizations, and input all personnel information for new hires and all status changes for current position.
12. Provide consultation and training to facility management regarding employee relations issues, counseling and termination procedures as required.
13. Report all personnel problem issues to the Chief Executive Officer and Corporate Human
14. Ensure the maintenance of an up-to-date wage and salary structure at the facility.
15. Participate in local health care wage surveys, and forward results to the Corporate Human Resources Office.
16. Ensure the maintenance of accurate position descriptions for all positions employed at the facility and consult with Corporate Human Resources on all changes or new position descriptions needed.
17. Coordinate with Corporate Human Resources on all personnel matters outside the realm of expertise.
18. Respond to all employee complaints in a professional manner, and assist with conducting preliminary investigations.
19. Respond quickly to all unemployment compensation claims received for prior facility personnel.
20. Audit all working compensation claims, ensuring appropriate completion of paperwork, while monitoring status of all claims.
21. Provide interpretation of all facility, corporate and Personnel policies and procedures as requested by management.
Education: Bachelor's Degree in business administration or related field is required (master’s would be preferred); Associate's Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
Experience: A minimum of five (5) years’ experience in human resources, preferably in a health care setting; or any combination of education, training or experience in a hospital business office.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
1. Knowledge of all code procedures
2. Knowledge of personnel procedures and all legal requirements such as FLSA, FMLA and EEOC.
3. Knowledge of JCAHO, HCFA and state and federal regulatory agencies.
4. Knowledge of computers and business software applications.
5. Skill in organizing and prioritizing workloads to meet deadlines.
6. Skill in telephone etiquette and paging procedures.
7. Effective oral and written communication skills.
8. Ability to communicate effectively with patients and co-workers.