Covenant Care - Resource Center

  • Director of Human Resources

    Job Locations US-CA-Aliso Viejo
    Posted Date 1 month ago(4/18/2018 2:48 PM)
    Job ID
    2018-9592
    Facility
    Covenant Care - Resource Center
    Category
    Resource Center
  • Overview

    Covenant Care, in Aliso Viejo, CA, is looking for a seasoned Director of Human Resources to join our team.  We own and operate 54 skilled nursing facilities spanning 7 states and supporting 8,500 employees.  Our business also includes a therapy service company and home health/personal care services.   

     

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    The Human Resources Director must be a proven leader, who has demonstrated exemplary performance in the areas of effective business consulting, employee relations, talent acquisition, labor relations, planning, customer focus, maintaining high quality standards, teamwork, understanding our industry and the markets we serve, the regulatory environment and representing the company in a professional manner.  This role must understand the big picture and be willing to "roll up your sleeves" to help create the solution.  This position partners with our national operations team (West and Midwest).

      

    We provide a high touch customer service and consultative style of leadership to help manage the business through our employees and leaders.  It is critical that this position be an effective coach, mentor and educator to help positively impact employee relations, performance management and hiring practices across the organization.

     

    The Director, Human Resources reports directly to the Vice President of Human Resources.  Establishing and maintaining effective collateral relationships with all departments and all levels of employees including, Operations, Clinical Operations, Therapy, I.T., Legal, and Finance is critical to performance.  Collaborates with other HR leadership to create solutions. The Director, Human Resources will demonstrate the highest level of business ethics and personal integrity.  On a foundation of earned trust and confidence, the Director, Human Resources will establish himself or herself as a dynamic leader, who excels in employee relations, and is able to inspire, develop and motivate leadership in others.

     

    ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

     

    Employee Relations - An uncompromising commitment to the highest quality standards will be expressed in the partnership between Human Resources and all lines of business and all levels of employees.  Consultant to leadership to effectively create a positive work environment and be accountable for effectively coaching and educating managers on positive employee relations, performance management, and hiring practices.  Analysis of data such as employee satisfaction surveys, employee relations trends, and facility visits to effectively consult with leadership on action planning.  Responds to state and federal agencies regarding employee complaints by gathering facts and interviewing management.

     

    Talent Acquisition – Oversee the recruiting and retention program.  Drive overall strategy and vision for the program. Reviews and manages vendor relations to get the best results.

     

    Training- Facilitates various leadership and staff education programs.

     

    Leadership- Will lead various departments and/or projects to get the best business outcomes. Creates effective solutions such as policies and procedures or process changes to create efficiencies.  Manages company-wide programs such as unemployment, Workers’ Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC), Employee Satisfaction Surveys and other company-wide programs and measures effectiveness.

     

    Salary Range: $120,000 - $125,000 plus 15% bonus potential

    Minimum Requirements

    • Bachelor’s Degree
    • 7 - 8 years of Human Resources experience with expertise in employee relations and talent acquisition in a business partnership role.
    • Experience with multiple business units nationally. 
    • Expert in problem solving and developing resolution to complex employee situations.
    • Current in federal and state employment laws to ensure companywide compliance.
    • Experience in working with a non-exempt work force.
    • Clear demonstrations of customer and quality focus
    • Able to travel up to 25% 

    Preferred Requirements

    • Masters Business Administration (MBA)
    • SPHR 
    • Skilled nursing or direct patient care experience 
    • Experience with Labor Relations

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