Manager, Employee Relations
St. Luke's Hospital & Health Network 26 reviews - Bethlehem, PA

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St. Luke's University Health Network, located in the Lehigh Valley region of Eastern PA and West Central New Jersey, is comprised of six hospital sites and over 150 locations throughout the area. The Network includes: more than 90 owned physician-practice sites ; 300 employed primary care/specialist physicians ; various outpatient testing and service facilities ; home health and hospice services (inpatient and outpatient); largest ambulance provider in Bucks County and second largest in Lehigh County.

The Manager of Employee Relations is part of the HR Team at the St. Luke's University Hospital in Bethlehem supporting over 4000 employees and managers on site and providing related guidance to the HR Directors at the other St. Luke's network locations.

This hands-on position facilitates and administers a broad range of the employee relations functions including: counseling, terminations, investigations, policy interpretation, etc. In this role, the manager will also be involved with employee engagement projects and related training to assist in promoting a positive work environment.

The Manager of Employee Relations reports directly to the Vice President of Human Resources and works closely with the Vice President/Associate General Counsel.

Job Qualifications:

Bachelors Degree in Human Resources or related field with demonstrated experience in the area of Employee Relations with knowledge of employment law and human resource policy.

3 -5 years of related experience preferred.

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to work with individuals at all levels of the Network handling confidential and sensitive issues.

Team player.

Ability to handle and prioritize multiple assignments and projects.

Physical & Sensory Requirements:

Sitting for up to six hours per day, one hour at a time. Standing for up to five hours per day, one hour at at time. Walking up to three hours per day, thirty minutes at a time. Fingering and handling frequently. Twisting and turning of hands occasionally. Lifting and carrying up to ten pounds, occasionally. Pushing and pulling up to 50 lbs. occasionally. Occasionally stoops, bends, squats, kneels, and reaches above shoulder level. Hearing as it relates to normal conversation. Seeing as it relates to general, near and visual monotony.

About this company
26 reviews
CHI St. Luke’s Health System has partnered with Catholic Health Initiatives, one of the nation’s largest and most respected...