The VP Human Resources for the PE/CIN is responsible for directing all of the people functions of the organization in accordance with the policies and practices of the organization, the ethical and social consciences of business and society and the laws, regulations and administrative rulings of governmental organizations and other regulatory and advisory authorities and organizations.
The incumbent will also be responsible for the strategic human resource planning to provide the best people talent available by being aware of policies, practices and trends within the healthcare industry and all of industry in general.
Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct and evaluate the organization’s human resource function and performance.
Participate in the development of the organization’s plans and programs as a strategic partner but particularly from the perspective of the impact on people.
Translate the strategic and tactical business plans into HR strategic and operational plans.
Evaluate and advise on the impact of long range planning of new programs/strategies and regulatory action as those items impact the attraction, motivation, development and retention of the people resources of the organization.
Develop staffing strategies and implementation plans and programs to identify talent within and outside the organization for positions of responsibility.
Identify appropriate and effective external sources for candidates for all levels within the company.
Develop progressive and proactive compensation and benefits programs to provide motivation, incentives and rewards for effective performance and to provide programs which utilize an employee and company partnership for the short and long-range health and welfare protection of the employees.
Develop programs to allow the organization to embrace applicants and employees of all backgrounds and to permit the full development and performance of all employees.
Develop human resource planning models to identify competency, knowledge and talent gaps and develop specific programs for the filling of the gaps.
Continually assess the competitiveness of all programs and practices against the relevant comparable companies, industries and markets.
Establish credibility throughout the organization with management and the employees in order to be an effective listener and problem solver of people issues.
Develop appropriate policies and programs for effective management of the people resources of the organization.
Included in this area but not limited only to the following would be programs for employee relations, affirmative action, sexual harassment, employee complaints, external education and career development.
Enhance and/or develop, implement and enforce human resources policies and procedures of the organization by way of systems that will improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the organization.
Maintain knowledge of international HR policies, programs, laws and issues.
Understand the differences of domestic and international policies and programs and coordinate the integration of all such programs.
Provide technical advice and knowledge to others within the human resources discipline.
Manage the budget and other financial measures of the Human Resources Department.
Continue improving the programs, policies, practices and processes associated with meeting the strategic and operational people issues of the organization.
Evaluation of the human resource division structure and team plan for continual improvement of the efficiency and effectiveness of the group as well as providing individuals with professional and personal growth with emphasis on opportunities (where possible) for individuals.
Accomplishes all tasks as appropriately assigned or requested.
Master's degree in human resources or related field required
Seven years of executive level experience in a tertiary care healthcare organization.
Must have at least three years’ direct experience with physician groups.
Expectations for Leadership
KentuckyOne Core Values:
Honoring and caring for the dignity of all persons in mind, body, and spirit
Ensuring the highest quality of care for those we serve
Working together as a team to achieve our goals
Improving continuously by listening, and asking for and responding to feedback
Seeking new and better ways to meet the needs of those we serve
Using our resources wisely
Understanding how each of our roles contributes to the success of CHI.
Core Job Competencies
The following behaviors have been identified as critical to all
roles at KentuckyOne:
Integrity & Character
– exhibits high standards of personal conduct by engaging in ethical decision-making, honoring commitments, communicating openly/honestly, and living our values.
– gives evidence that she/he finds a higher meaning in work and demonstrates caring for others in body, mind, and spirit
– creates a clear line of sight between strategic priorities and individual goals, monitors progress, provides accurate and timely feedback, and recognizes contributions.
– communicates clarity of purpose and direction in a manner that energizes, and fosters commitment; provides ongoing encouragement as well as information vital to success
Collaboration & Teamwork
– seeks out and values diversity in people and perspectives; manages conflict in a manner that improves results and relationships; acts in the best interest of all stakeholders
Caring & Service
– Consistently treats others with respect; holds team accountable to high service standards; appropriately involves others in decisions impacting them
Learning & Growth
- Regularly invests time in developing, and coaching others; energizes team innovate, to continuously improve processes, and share knowledge across the organization
– Actively seeks opportunity for growth consistent with our Mission, Vision, Values
– Gains a willing commitment to change, and assists others in coping with ongoing pace of change
– Holds self and team members accountable for people, performance, quality and growth outcomes
Takes prompt action to accomplish objectives, goes beyond what is required, seeks to resolve problems without being asked.
Skills, Knowledge or Abilities critical to this role
Strong negotiating skills.
Understanding of physician issues and needs and the ability to work with them in a collaborative manner.
Must be able to maintain priorities and make tough decisions rather than trying to please everyone.
Ability to anticipate problems and be proactive in dealing with them before they exacerbate.
Ability to travel locally and nationally as required.
Self-starter, results-oriented personality.
Extensive knowledge of the concepts, practice, policies, procedures, standards, systems and tools in health care administration and financial management.
Broad knowledge of the content, intent and application of federal and state regulations; ability to keep current on trends, developments/administration, with the ability to utilize resources effectively to achieve business objectives.
Ability to interact effectively with physicians, patients, staff and the public and represent the service line in a positive, professional manner reflective of the values of KentuckyOne.
Scheduled Hours per 2-week Pay Period
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