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Chief Human Resources Officer

Company: Stanford Health Care
Location: Chula Vista
Posted on: January 21, 2023

Job Description:

If you're ready to be part of our legacy of hope and innovation, we encourage you to take the first step and explore our current job openings. Your best is waiting to be discovered.Day 08 Hour (United States of America)This is a Stanford Health Care job.A Brief OverviewThe Chief Human Resources Officer reports directly to the Chief Operating Officer and has an indirect reporting relationship to CEO and President. The Chief Human Resources Officer serves as an advisor to the CEO and President, the Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors, the COO and the senior management team. The Chief Human Resources Officer collaborates with the leadership team regarding strategic planning and organizational structure; recommends programs andpolicies to effectively meet the strategic objectives of the organization and sets the strategic direction around the people. The Chief Human Resources Officer sets the overall direction on recruitment and retention of highly-qualified talent, performance management and total rewards programs; oversees the development and maintenance of programs and policies to accomplish those objectives; initiates development and enforcement of policies to ensure compliance with legislative regulations and Hospital policy; ensures development andmaintenance of programs designed to enhance employee communication, culture, engagement and identification with the goals of the institution. The Chief Human Resources Officer works closely with all SHC Affiliates including Stanford Medical Partners, Tri-Valley and Stanford Children's Hospital.LocationsStanford Health CareWhat you will doA) LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION/JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Participates fully with the COOs/CEOs and with other SHC Vice Presidents in managing and directing the day to day operational activities of SHC. Integrates department's services with the hospital's primary functions by supporting organizational mission, priorities and goals, and by delivering optimal quality health care services. Effectively provides direction and policy interpretation to department managers in managing their respective areas of responsibility; offers advice in handling special human resources matters and administrative concerns. Consistently combines ethical judgment with technical skills within the policy and legal guidelines of the institution; understands the legal, social, economic, and political forces which influence the health care system. Always acts decisively and takes effective action appropriate to the circumstances as required. Effectively carries through to completion specific work projects assigned by the Chief Operating Officer/Chief Executive Officer/Presidents relative to the operation of the institution of specific areas of responsibility. Effectively transfers knowledge gained from academic pursuits into actual work performance to produce quality outcomes. Organizes, directs, and participates in the compilation and analysis of data concerning services and activities for assigned departments and areas of responsibility. Remains current with national and local issues affecting health care & human resources administration and their potential impact on the institution; serves as a well-informed advisor to the CEOs/COOs, Senior Vice Presidents of Operations, and Governing Board as requested. Demonstrates effectiveness in assisting the CEO/COO in the short-term and long-term strategic planning functions of the institution. Continually seeks new technology and developments that will accelerate the attainment of the institution's service, financial, and operational goals and objectives.B) LEADERSHIP AND INNOVATION/JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Participates in and chairs SHC committees as assigned. Recommends and participates in selecting outside sources for needed services. Assists senior management and executives to establish and maintain an organizational structure which supports and facilitates the attainment of identified institutional objectives. Develops and provides recommendations to SHC on total compensation programs to effectively recruit, reward, and retain staff, including: Executive compensation and benefit program, staff wage and salary administration program, employee benefit/pension programs, and retiree medical benefits program. Develops a human resource plan which includes management, supervisory and staff development programs and recruitment programs to ensure the availability of staff needed to meet SHC strategic objectives. Monitors the performance management process to ensure the fair and equitable treatment of employees based on job standards (technical and behavioral) and actual employee performance. Provides leadership in employee relations, overseeing the grievance procedure to ensure fair treatment of employees, and developing policies and programs to improve morale and increase participation. Assists management to create a culture that is most effective in getting employees to identify with the goals of the institution. Assists management to develop and enhance communication programs upward, downward, and laterally. Ensures the development of employee activities, such as the awards banquet and employee recognition program and provides leadership to employee committees designed to increase interaction between employees or between employees and management. Monitors Worker's Compensation program and other occupational health services to ensure legislative compliance, provide excellent service to employees, and ensure cost effective programs. Recommends space and other resources needed by the department to meet patient and staff needs. Ensures alignment on all HR strategic projects as they apply to all SHC Affiliates including Stanford Medicine Partners, Tri-Valley and Stanford Children's Hospital.C) QUALITY MANAGEMENT/CUSTOMER SERVICE: Develops and implements policies that guide and support the provision of services; ensure that policies and procedures are compatible with the function and goals of SHC which meet the external regulatory and statutory requirements. Effectively assists in providing leadership, direction, and the administration of operations to ensure compliance with established institutional objectives and the delivery of optimal quality health care services. Assists the CEOs/COOs in establishing an organizational culture committed to quality, service, people, and improvement; maintains efficient andeffective operations. Consults with staff members prior to recommending and implementing new policies and/or procedures; incorporates respectivesuggestions appropriate. Consistently assesses and improves department's performance based on " Customer" needsin order to develop and/or ensure that existing services maintain and deliver quality characteristics which meet the needs of and benefit the patients, staff and other customers. Effectively maintains appropriate quality improvement and control programs in response to staff and patient feedback and internal standards of care and external requirements. Develops and maintains an effective system of information, records and reports, for all assigned departments utilizing manual or electronic systems. Collaborates with senior leaders at SHC Affiliates including Stanford Medicine Partners, Tri-Valley and Children's Hospital to ensure alignment and system standardization.D) FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND COST CONTROL: Continually encourages assigned department managers to recognize and utilize every opportunity to improve productivity efforts within their assigned area of responsibility. Adheres to timelines in submitting operating and capital budgets for approval. Monitors and adheres to budget. Reviews variance reports and financial statements on a monthly basis, and provides justifications for variances or unusual expenditures. Demonstrates the ability to assist department managers in adding new services in their departments without increasing labor costs.E) HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT/STAFF DEVELOPMENT: Assists in defining the scope of relationship, responsibilities, and authority of new positions as appropriate. Always takes immediate action in serious disciplinary situations; documents actions takenand the rationale for the decision. Ensures that there are adequate ongoing educational programs and training opportunities for all staff members of assigned departments and areas of responsibility, including orientation for new employees and relevant in-service education sessions. Consistently recommends and ensures that a sufficient number of qualified and competent persons are available to support the delivery of care that is safe and service oriented. Ensures managers are educated in the areas of human resources management which comply with statutory and regulatory requirements.F) HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT POLICY/STAFF PERFORMANCE STANDARDS: Promptly informs all assigned department managers of hospital policy or procedure changes along with any other issues that might affect their work routines. Consults with staff on a regular basis to promote positive staff morale and a professional and productive atmosphere within the institution. Ensures current job descriptions and criteria-based performance evaluation standards have been developed for each position in the assigned department and areas of responsibility; assists in revising performance standards as necessary. Effectively determines the qualifications and competence of departmental staff who provide patient care services and who are not licensed independent practitioners; documents initial and ongoing competence of staff. Regularly measures staff's performance against established criteria-based performance standards; utilizes evaluations asan objective management tool for counseling staff members to higher levels of performance to facilitate their professional development and maximize their contribution towards established institutional goals. Assists in developing individual performance objectives which are mutually agreeable with assigned staff. Continually strives to provide motivating challenges which encourage continued growth and development of staff members; recognizes and rewards the performance of staff members whose exceptional performance and personal efforts are deserving; creates and implements performance incentives as appropriate. Demonstrates an understanding and appreciation towards the pressures, stress, and frustrations which staff members experience during the course of their work routines; delegates sufficient authority to enable department's managers to oversee the responsibilities inherent within their assigned areas; promotes a sense of value and feeling of appreciation among staff members.G) RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS/TEAMWORK: Demonstrates and promotes the acceptance of patients, families, visitors and staff without regard to sex, race, creed, color, religion, national origin, age, veteran status including Vietnam era and disabled veterans, physical/mental disability, disease process and sexual orientation. Coordinates and integrates responsible services within department and with other departments by continually collaborating with other Vice Presidents, Medical Staff and Managers as appropriate. Consistently demonstrates positive, interpersonal relations with all constituencies; cooperates harmoniouslywith others in the accomplishment of the institution's strategic goals and objectives. Demonstrates effectiveness in assisting the CEO/COO with the implementation of effective communication mechanisms among all hospital departments and services, the medical staff, administration, and the Governing Board. Consistently expresses ideas in a clear, creative and succinct manner adhering to timelines if applicable. Actively works at developing excellent verbal and written skills necessary for effective communication. Participates in professional activities which effectively represent and promote good public relations for the institution at national, state, and local meetings, conferences, conventions and community affairs. Provides assistance and support to Director/Manager's and VP's as appropriate. Coordinates and integrates services within department and with other departments by continually collaborating with other managers.Education QualificationsMaster's Degree in Industrial Relations, Business Administration, Human Resource Management or related field.Experience QualificationsTen (10) years of progressive responsible experience in human resource management.Required Knowledge, Skills and AbilitiesAbility to communicate effectively both in writing and orally and excellent interpersonal skills.Ability to work with all management levels, including the Board of Directors.Knowledge of state and federal laws governing human resources management.Demonstrated skills in analysis, personnel and financial management, and research.Knowledge and experience leading HR functions in a unionized environment.Licenses and CertificationsNoneThese principles apply to ALL employees:SHC Commitment to Providing an Exceptional Patient & Family ExperienceStanford Health Care sets a high standard for delivering value and an exceptional experience for our patients and families. Candidates for employment and existing employees must adopt and execute C-I-CARE standards for all of patients, families and towards each other. C-I-CARE is the foundation of Stanford's patient-experience and represents a framework for patient-centered interactions. Simply put, we do what it takes to enable and empower patients and families to focus on health, healing and recovery.You will do this by executing against our three experience pillars, from the patient and family's perspective:Know Me: Anticipate my needs and status to deliver effective careShow Me the Way: Guide and prompt my actions to arrive at better outcomes and better healthCoordinate for Me: Own the complexity of my care through coordinationEqual Opportunity Employer Stanford Health Care (SHC) strongly values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity and non-discrimination in all of its policies and practices, including the area of employment. Accordingly, SHC does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity and/or expression, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, political beliefs, marital status, medical condition, genetic information, veteran status, or disability, or the perception of any of the above. People of all genders, members of all racial and ethnic groups, people with disabilities, and veterans are encouraged to apply. Qualified applicants with criminal convictions will be considered after an individualized assessment of the conviction and the job requirements.Base Pay Scale: Generally starting at $147.00 $194.92 per hourThe salary of the finalist selected for this role will be set based on a variety of factors, including but not limited to, internal equity, experience, education, specialty and training. This pay scale is not a promise of a particular wage.

Keywords: Stanford Health Care, Chula Vista , Chief Human Resources Officer, Other , Chula Vista, California

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