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Director of Human Resources

  • ... Lamar, Colorado, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 97769 per year
  • Posted on: Feb 02, 2024       Expires on:

Director of Human Resources   

JOB TITLE:

Director of Human Resources

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Lamar Colorado United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

To be considered for this position please complete the online application and submit your resume to people@highplainschc.
net.


POSITION SUMMARY
The Director of Human Resources (HR) is responsible for overseeing all High Plains Community Health Center (HPCHC) human resource activities, supervising onsite HR staff, and communicating with others as a member of the Executive Team and through departmental support, responsible for assisting clinical departments attract and retain employees across the organization.


HPCHC is an equal opportunity employer and strives to create an environment for career advancement and professional growth at all levels.
HPCHC complies with organization-wide policies and Federally Qualified Health Center and OSHA requirements, related to the performance of HPCHC operations and requirements of the compliance program.


PRODUCTIVITY AND EXPECTATIONS:
The HR Director is an essential component to the success of HPCHC.
This position is expected to prioritize time and responsibilities in the following manner:

40%: HR Leadership
  • Leads by modeling the mission, vision, beliefs, and values of the organization; promotes and role models highly effective interpersonal relationships.
  • Timely, objectively, and constructively coaches staff as appropriate when practice and/or safety issues are observed or reported; communicates with the leader if an employee fails to respond to proper guidance or adhere to standards expected for quality; documents corrective actions and reviews with staff as appropriate.
  • Investigate and resolve employee relations matters.
  • Ensures the completion of staff performance appraisals assuring staff competence while emphasizing staff retention strategies through coaching and individual development.
  • Leads or coordinates leadership and staff development as needed.
  • Works collaboratively with other leaders to implement projects and initiatives.
  • Provide applicable leadership training.
  • Share information with leadership and other employees for potential system or practice changes to remain in compliance with federal or state laws or regulations.
30%: Recruiting
  • Recruit new employees and clinical providers.
  • Provide recruiting administration (data tracking/documentation) and ongoing updates to department leaders and assist leadership in decision-making.
  • Participates in the process of interviewing and hiring for the clinic and promotes the recognition and retention of staff.
  • Create a database of contact information for recruiting sources, including schools and community partners.
  • Build and maintain strong and sustainable relationships with external organizations and community groups in support of robust and meaningful community partnerships.

30%: Management of HR Functions
  • Oversee all Human Resources functions and duties, recruiting, compensation, policy development and interpretation, compliance, performance management, employee development, and others.
  • Participate in and contribute to HR departmental and other meetings, ensuring cohesive department operations.
  • Update Human Resources policy and procedure as new laws are passed.
  • Ensure HPCHC is operating in accordance with employment laws and regulations.

QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelors degree in Human Resources or related field; a combination of education and experience may be considered and is required.
  • 5 years of diverse and progressive human resources program administration at manager level or above is required.
  • Prior online recruiting and direct staff supervisory experience is required.
  • Human Resources certification such as Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) preferred.
  • Experience working in a community, social, or human services organization preferred.
  • Experience working with diverse and/or underserved populations preferred.
  • Spanish language proficiency preferred.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
  • Demonstrates commitment to the organizational mission, vision, and values.
  • Maintains knowledge of federal and state regulations related to FQHCs and relative practice area.
  • Exhibits the ability to make sound decisions for delivery of care/services.
  • Demonstrates effective relationships with clinic staff, patients, public, outside vendors/agencies, and providers.
  • Communicates effectively; demonstrates ability to speak, read, and write professionally, as well as compile, analyze and present information in English.
  • Maintains confidentiality of patient information.
  • Exercises professional judgment, courtesy, and professionalism in daily interactions with others.
  • Works both independently and as part of a team; establishes and maintains effective working relationships with health care team members and diverse patient populations.
  • Displays time management and organizational skills to consistently meet deadlines.
  • Performs other duties as required.

There will be opportunities for other duties as this position may evolve and policies and training may change.
Reasonable accommodations will be reviewed, and modifications may be made according to ADA guidelines.
This position utilizes proper body mechanics, transfer/lifting techniques, and appropriate equipment to minimize fall risk to patients and/or injury to self.

Additional Information
Position Type : Full Time
Shift : Day
Salary: $86,906.
00 to $97,769.
00 per year
Ref Code: DHR2024

Contact Information
Human Resources
201 Kendall Drive
Lamar, Co 81052
Email: people@highplainschc.
net

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 02, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

97769 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707242824-ac09b9240b08a38be69d79cd14bb94a7

LOCATION:

Colorado United States

CITY:

Lamar

Job Origin:

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To be considered for this position please complete the online application and submit your resume to people@highplainschc.net.

POSITION SUMMARY
The Director of Human Resources (HR) is responsible for overseeing all High Plains Community Health Center (HPCHC) human resource activities, supervising onsite HR staff, and communicating with others as a member of the Executive Team and through departmental support, responsible for assisting clinical departments attract and retain employees across the organization.

HPCHC is an equal opportunity employer and strives to create an environment for career advancement and professional growth at all levels. HPCHC complies with organization-wide policies and Federally Qualified Health Center and OSHA requirements, related to the performance of HPCHC operations and requirements of the compliance program.

PRODUCTIVITY AND EXPECTATIONS:
The HR Director is an essential component to the success of HPCHC. This position is expected to prioritize time and responsibilities in the following manner:

40%: HR Leadership
  • Leads by modeling the mission, vision, beliefs, and values of the organization; promotes and role models highly effective interpersonal relationships.
  • Timely, objectively, and constructively coaches staff as appropriate when practice and/or safety issues are observed or reported; communicates with the leader if an employee fails to respond to proper guidance or adhere to standards expected for quality; documents corrective actions and reviews with staff as appropriate.
  • Investigate and resolve employee relations matters.
  • Ensures the completion of staff performance appraisals assuring staff competence while emphasizing staff retention strategies through coaching and individual development.
  • Leads or coordinates leadership and staff development as needed.
  • Works collaboratively with other leaders to implement projects and initiatives.
  • Provide applicable leadership training.
  • Share information with leadership and other employees for potential system or practice changes to remain in compliance with federal or state laws or regulations.
30%: Recruiting
  • Recruit new employees and clinical providers.
  • Provide recruiting administration (data tracking/documentation) and ongoing updates to department leaders and assist leadership in decision-making.
  • Participates in the process of interviewing and hiring for the clinic and promotes the recognition and retention of staff.
  • Create a database of contact information for recruiting sources, including schools and community partners.
  • Build and maintain strong and sustainable relationships with external organizations and community groups in support of robust and meaningful community partnerships.

30%: Management of HR Functions
  • Oversee all Human Resources functions and duties, recruiting, compensation, policy development and interpretation, compliance, performance management, employee development, and others.
  • Participate in and contribute to HR departmental and other meetings, ensuring cohesive department operations.
  • Update Human Resources policy and procedure as new laws are passed.
  • Ensure HPCHC is operating in accordance with employment laws and regulations.

QUALIFICATIONS
  • Bachelors degree in Human Resources or related field; a combination of education and experience may be considered and is required.
  • 5 years of diverse and progressive human resources program administration at manager level or above is required.
  • Prior online recruiting and direct staff supervisory experience is required.
  • Human Resources certification such as Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) preferred.
  • Experience working in a community, social, or human services organization preferred.
  • Experience working with diverse and/or underserved populations preferred.
  • Spanish language proficiency preferred.

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
  • Demonstrates commitment to the organizational mission, vision, and values.
  • Maintains knowledge of federal and state regulations related to FQHCs and relative practice area.
  • Exhibits the ability to make sound decisions for delivery of care/services.
  • Demonstrates effective relationships with clinic staff, patients, public, outside vendors/agencies, and providers.
  • Communicates effectively; demonstrates ability to speak, read, and write professionally, as well as compile, analyze and present information in English.
  • Maintains confidentiality of patient information.
  • Exercises professional judgment, courtesy, and professionalism in daily interactions with others.
  • Works both independently and as part of a team; establishes and maintains effective working relationships with health care team members and diverse patient populations.
  • Displays time management and organizational skills to consistently meet deadlines.
  • Performs other duties as required.

There will be opportunities for other duties as this position may evolve and policies and training may change. Reasonable accommodations will be reviewed, and modifications may be made according to ADA guidelines. This position utilizes proper body mechanics, transfer/lifting techniques, and appropriate equipment to minimize fall risk to patients and/or injury to self.

Additional Information
Position Type : Full Time
Shift : Day
Salary: $86,906.00 to $97,769.00 per year
Ref Code: DHR2024

Contact Information
Human Resources
201 Kendall Drive
Lamar, Co 81052
Email: people@highplainschc.net

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