In this role, the selected candidate will oversee the talent management initiatives, associate relations matters, associate development, staffing and retention programs, and all HR policies and procedures to ensure compliance with federal, state and Company standards for the Region.
In this role, you will develop organization strategies by identifying and researching human resources issues; contributing information, analysis, and recommendations to organization strategic thinking and direction; establishing human resources objectives in line with organizational objectives.
In this role, the selected candidate will work to ensure best and legal employment practices are being presented and managed with over 375 managerial staff and over 4000 line staff throughout the country.
In this role, the selected candidate will drive shareholder value by partnering, advising, and supporting business leaders to make informed decisions that ensure consistency and the preservation of the competitive advantage of CCI culture.
In this role, you will actively collaborate to provide a range of HR architecture services, from working in partnership with business leadership to develop strategic road maps to supporting project execution to enable the appropriate business capabilities with solutions that meet their needs and are architecturally sound.
In this role, you will be responsible for designing and managing the delivery of a business - aligned people agenda by partnering with the Irvine - based Regional Managing Partner ( RMP ) and other regional leaders.
In this role, you will works in tandem with management to identify opportunities, problems or potential problems and then assists in developing hospital-wide systems, procedures and policies for the most effective and beneficial development and utilization of its human resources.
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A successful candidate in the role of Director of Human Resources, will add value as a member of the global HR team with domestic oversight of Human Resources Operations in a matrixed company structure. The role requires both strategic and tactical competencies with an emphasis on leading business integration projects post- company acquisition, culture development, engagement, talent management, compliance, and HR systems.
The Human Resources Director will be responsible to for leading, implementing and delivering of HR programs, policies and services including recruiting, staffing, compensation, payroll, benefits, record management, employee relations , retention and company compliance regarding current and future legislation.