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Community Health of Central
Washington (CHCW) responds to community needs with innovation and collaboration
to develop sustainable programs and services that drive health care equity.
At CHCW we are committed to a workplace that is Helpful, Encouraging,
Accountable, and Team Oriented.
opportunity to join a team committed to our Mission and Culture. We seek an
individual to be involved in talent management, training and development,
employee engagement and the ongoing promotion of CHCWís culture initiative.
Other responsibilities include payroll changes, managing benefits and
overseeing the performance evaluation process encompassing development and
maintenance of job descriptions and competencies. Bachelorís
Degree in HR, Business Management or similar field; applicable experience
may substitute for degree. Three years of HR experience and HR
applicants must submit an employment application, resume and cover letter
with salary requirements to: CHCW - ATTN: Terrie Jonas, 501 S. 5th
Ave, Yakima, WA 98902 or email to email@example.com.
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Director of Human Resources
Whitman Hospital and Medical Center - Colfax, WA
Whitman Hospital and Medical
Center, one of the nationís top 5% HEALTHSTRONG Hospitals and named one of
the top 50 Critical Access Hospitals to know, is hiring a Director of Human
Resources.† Located in the heart of the
Palouse, one hour south of Spokane and 20 minutes north of Pullman, this
Critical Access, public hospital is consistently recognized for its
excellent patient satisfaction scores and other significant achievements.
The Director of Human
Resources (HR) provides strategic and operational direction for HR programs
and activities.† This position is
responsible for the development and deployment of initiatives, policies and
processes relating to all aspects of Human Resources, Payroll, Education,
Employee Health and Safety.† As a
member of the Senior Leadership Team, this position drives activities that
support the hospitalís strategic plan.
Degree in Human Resources, Business, Healthcare Administration or related
Resources Professional Certification such as SPHR, CHHR, SHRM-SCP,
5 years human resources management experience.
We offer a competitive
salary and benefit package.
For complete job description
and to apply online, please visit our website:† www.whitmanhospital.com
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON: HUMAN
RESOURCES COMPENSATION CONSULTANT [temporary]
The University of Washington (UW) is proud to be one of the nationís
premier educational and research institutions. Our people are the most
important asset in our pursuit of achieving excellence in education,
research, and community service. Our staff not only enjoys outstanding
benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment
noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement,
artistic pursuits, and natural beauty.
About UW Human Resources and the HR
The Human Resources department's mission is to support UW faculty
and staff in successfully meeting the goals of the University by providing
high quality and responsive human resources support to foster an exceptional
work environment that encourages, nurtures and recognizes the professional
development of University employees.†
The UW Compensation Office, a functional unit within HR, provides
compensation and classification expertise and serves as a strategic
business partner to departments of the University of Washington and UW
About UW Medicine:
UW Medicineís mission is to improve the health of the public by
advancing medical knowledge, providing outstanding primary and specialty
care to the people of the region, and preparing tomorrowís physicians,
scientists and other health professionals.†
UW Medicine owns or operates Harborview Medical Center, Northwest
Hospital & Medical Center, Valley Medical Center, UW Medical Center, a
network of UW Medicine Neighborhood Clinics that provide primary care, UW
Physicians, UW School of Medicine, Airlift Northwest, and other owned,
operated or affiliated entities as appropriate. In addition, UW Medicine
shares in the ownership and governance of Childrenís University Medical
Group and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance a partnership among UW Medicine,
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research, and Seattle Childrenís.
Working at UW Medicine is not just a job, itís a calling.†
The University of Washingtonís
Compensation Office has an outstanding opportunity for a full-time
temporary Human Resources Compensation Consultant.
Reporting to the Executive Director of HR Compensation, but
receiving functional leadership from the Medical Center's Compensation
Lead, this professional level position has substantial responsibility for
exercising discretion and independent judgment in effecting, executing, and
discharging various aspects of the compensation and classification function
for UW Medicine, including UW Medical Center and Harborview Medical Center.
Advise clients and/or deliver specific products/services for
classified, professional staff and other non-academic UW personnel in the
areas of classification, compensation, and in organizational restructuring.
This position functions in a highly complex compensation environment
involving multiple unions and various State and Federal regulations.
UW HR is in the process of implementing Workday, a new HR payroll
and information system targeted for go-live in June 2016.
***Most Compensation systems and processes will change over the
coming year in preparation for operations under the new system, and are
expected to continue to change further during the 1-2 year stabilization
period after go-live.***
Educate clients on the various components of the UW Compensation
system as needed. Work with HR colleagues and clients to develop creative
compensation and classification solutions considering the goals of the
organization, recruitment and retention issues, staff planning and/or
career ladders, recognition of team and individual performance, etc.
Provide comprehensive compensation support to assigned client areas.
Make decisions regarding best course of action for compensation and
classification issues, and provide advice and counsel to all levels of
employees.† Perform the following
responsibilities for assigned client areas:
Evaluate new and existing professional staff positions using a point
factor job evaluation system, and recommend salary ranges that maintain equitable
salary relationships across UW Medicine. Review and evaluate jobs on FLSA
exemption criteria. Provide advice and counsel on issues pertaining to the
Fair Labor Standards Act.
Evaluate existing contract classified and classified non-union positions.† Use job specifications, desk audits, and
interviews to determine appropriate classification.† Interpret contractual language to
administer changes to classification/compensation and anticipate possible
labor relations issues arising from classification misalignment. May
classify new union-represented and non-represented positions as required.
Assist in developing new classification specifications to be proposed to
the unions and/or to the Washington State Department of Personnel. Attend
allocation appeals as necessary.
May conduct analysis using survey results and make recommendations
for proposed Professional and Classified staff salary adjustments; as
needed, prepare costing analysis for special pay requests for classified
staff jobs. May coordinate special pay requests to the Washington State
Office of Financial Management for salary and premium pay for classified
non-union employees. Such requests would seek to maintain classified
non-union equity and alignment with represented classifications, in
observance of the UW's commitment to equal treatment of its classified
Working closely with HR Labor Relations staff, coordinate
reallocations out of a bargaining unit to another union, classified
non-union or exemption to a Professional Staff position. Meet and discuss
with HR Labor Relations and labor union representatives as necessary.† Act as University expert to defend
reallocation determinations if actions are challenged through contract
classified grievance or classified non-union appeal processes.
Prepare responses to local, state and national salary surveys;
organize, analyze and produce specialized reports including costing
analysis.† Compile and distribute
statistical reports dealing with staff classifications and compensation
including salary changes, trends and relationships; and analyze competitive
labor market conditions.
Conduct compensation and classification related training to further
enhance understanding of UW policy, federal and state regulations, and
creative ideas of administering programs that assist in the recruitment,
retention and development of staff that meet unit objectives.†
As a member of the Compensation team, interact with team members,
provide suggestions and implement changes to work processes. Assist in
developing plans and in implementing enhancements to compensation and
Work collaboratively with other University staff organizations such
as Payroll, or Information Systems, for the purpose of implementing mass
employee salary adjustments and developing new or enhancing existing
classification and compensation systems.
Proactively identify compensation and classification issues and
independently resolve them within the framework of the UW Compensation system.
Perform special projects and other duties as assigned.†
-Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business or Public
Administration or related field.
-Three years of progressively responsible work in Human Resources,
to include one year of compensation experience, such as working with job
descriptions or classification specifications to evaluate job content, or
interpreting and applying the provisions of the FLSA.†
-Experience with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel and Access).
-Experience working in an environment that requires excellent
customer service skills.
-Demonstrated excellent writing and oral communications skills.
-Demonstrated ability to communicate to all levels of management
including sensitive communications to senior leadership using the
applicable communication method.†
will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal
requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.
-Certification as a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP).
-Certification as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR).
-Experience working in a healthcare or medical industry or
familiarity with medical or scientific professions.
-Experience working with a workforce that is unionized.
-Ability to be pro-active about finding solutions to customer issues
with a "can do" attitude.
-Ability to change and adapt to rapidly evolving office procedures
and administrative systems.
-Experience with UW's employment software, UWHires, or prior
experience using the Workday HRIS system.
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Business Partner II
Located in Seattle, WA,
Virginia Mason is an internationally recognized leader in the continuous
improvement of health care. With an extensive list of awards and
distinctions that includes our recognition as Top Hospital of the Decade by
The Leapfrog Group, Virginia Mason offers you the opportunity to partner
with exceptionally talented peers at every level.
You will contribute to the
strength of our Team Medicine approach to collaborative medicine and
benefit from the changes enacted through our Virginia Mason Production
System, a model that has transformed health care by providing patients with
easier access to care, reducing errors, and continuously innovating patient
safety and quality that has been adopted by other organizations here and
abroad. Join us, and find out how many ways Virginia Mason offers you the
chance to focus on what really matters Ė our patients.
As a Business Partner II you will
assume leadership and project management duties for Virginia Mason human
resource initiatives to ensure timely execution and effective use of HR
resources. Will provide strategic and tactical human resource consulting to
achieve Virginia Masonís strategic plan and provide direct support to
executive and front line leaders and team members on a wide variety of
Human Resources related business issues that impact the client groups and
have a broad impact on Virginia Mason as a whole. This includes optimizing
people, strategy, structure, process and culture, and facilitating the
liaison/delivery of HR services, which will include FMLA, ADA, and
disability management, EEOC complaints, Wage and Hour investigations, labor
relations issues and system-wide department related support. Must
demonstrate and maintain an effective level of business acumen and
understanding of Virginia Masonís business model, operational processes,
culture and the Virginia Mason Production System (VMPS).
degree in Human Resources Management, related area or equivalency.
plus years related experience; and demonstrated knowledge of all human
resources functions required. Labor relations experience preferred.
experience with and/or working knowledge of the following also required:
effective interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills;
developing and maintaining collaborative, customer-oriented relationships
with leadership and staff; recommending effective solutions to resolve
problems or issues by using judgment that is consistent with standards,
practices, policies and procedures, regulations or government law;
objectively coach leadership and staff through complex difficult and
in areas of clients served, a masterís degree in a related field, prior
supervisory experience and/or certification (PHR, SPHR or SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP)
ideal candidate will be familiar with federal and state scope of practice
regulations for clinical positions
Just as Virginia Mason is
dedicated to improving the lives of our patients and our community, we are
equally dedicated to your professional and personal success. With a wide
range of perks that includes comprehensive compensation and benefits,
continuing education and support, and the opportunity to live in one of the
most livable cities in the country, you will find that an opportunity with
Team Medicine is one worth taking.
For more information or to
apply online visit our website at http://jobs.VirginiaMason.org. We
are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
HR Business Partner I
in Seattle, WA, Virginia Mason is an internationally recognized leader in
the continuous improvement of health care. With an extensive list of awards
and distinctions that includes our recognition as Top Hospital of the
Decade by The Leapfrog Group, Virginia Mason offers you the opportunity to
partner with exceptionally talented peers at every level.
will contribute to the strength of our Team Medicine approach to
collaborative medicine and benefit from the changes enacted through our
Virginia Mason Production System, a model that has transformed health care
by providing patients with easier access to care, reducing errors, and
continuously innovating patient safety and quality that has been adopted by
other organizations here and abroad. Join us, and find out how many ways
Virginia Mason offers you the chance to focus on what really matters Ė our patients.
a Business Partner I you will collaborate with the client
groups/departments/leadership teams to provide strategic and tactical human
resource consulting in implementing Virginia Masonís Strategic Plan and
other Virginia Mason key initiatives and programs, using the Virginia Mason
Production System (VMPS). This includes optimizing people, strategy,
structure, process and culture, and facilitating the liaison/delivery of HR
services, which will including FMLA, ADA and disability management, EEOC
complaints, Wage and Hour investigations, labor relations issues and
system-wide department related support.
∑ Associates degree in Human Resources Management,
related area or equivalency.
∑ Five plus years related experience; and demonstrated
knowledge of all human resources functions required. Labor relations
∑ Proven experience with and/or working knowledge of
the following also required: effective interpersonal, verbal and written
communication skills; developing and maintaining collaborative,
customer-oriented relationships with leadership and staff; recommending
effective solutions to resolve problems or issues by using judgment that is
consistent with standards, practices, policies and procedures, regulations
or government law; objectively coach leadership and staff through complex
difficult and emotional issues.
∑ Experience in areas of clients served, a
bachelorís degree in a related field, and/or certification (PHR, SPHR or
SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP) are preferred.
∑ Our ideal candidate will be familiar with federal
and state scope of practice regulations for clinical positions
as Virginia Mason is dedicated to improving the lives of our patients and
our community, we are equally dedicated to your professional and personal
success. With a wide range of perks that includes comprehensive
compensation and benefits, continuing education and support, and the
opportunity to live in one of the most livable cities in the country, you
will find that an opportunity with Team Medicine is one worth taking.
more information or to apply online visit our website at http://jobs.VirginiaMason.org. We
are an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Human Resources Benefits and
At Kittitas Valley Healthcare, we believe that passion drives
excellence, and weíre passionate about what we do. The drive to
continuously meet our patient population needs with high caliber delivery
of care can be directly tied to the efforts of our Human Resources
Putting driven talent in the rights spot, at the right time,
with the right skills is critical to meeting our patient standards of care,
and for maintaining a national Top 100 Critical Access Hospital
What to expect at KVHÖ
With a team of approximately 600 employees, Kittitas Valley
Healthcare is small but mighty Ė working daily to meet patient needs, while
fulfilling personal goals and professional development. As a Lean
organization, we believe our greatest asset is our team of dedicated
professionals, and we encourage continuous improvement at the front line
while maintaining laser focus on organization-driven strategies.
What KVH expects from youÖ
Seamless coordination of employee benefits and recognition Ė
making the overall employee experience positive by ensuring understanding
of our benefit and recognition programs. The HR Benefits and Wellness Coordinator
will be the primary contact for all organizational benefit vendors and
representatives, overseeing all employee enrollment, deductions, billing
and correspondence for the organizationís workers-compensation, medical,
dental, vision, life, disability, retirement, tax deferred plan and
degree in Human Resources, Business or related field
yearsí experience in benefits administration
degree in Human Resources, Business or related field
To apply or learn more please visit our
website www.kvhealthcare.org/employment-opportunities/ †
Human Resource Strategic
Providence located at
Kadlec Regional Medical Center
Do you have 5 years Human
Resources experience? Do you enjoy the variety within a single role? Do you
thrive on providing great customer service to internal customers? Then,
this is the position for you!
Providence, in partnership
with Kadlec Regional Medical Center, is seeking an enthusiastic, energetic,
and driven HR Strategic Partner to join our team! This position is located
in Richland, WA and will reside at Kadlec Regional Medical Center.
Located in sunny Tri-Cities,
WA, Kadlec Regional Medical Center is a progressive 270-bed, nationally
recognized, regional medical center. Kadlec is the premiere choice for
customer service excellence, providing healthcare to the region by
combining cutting-edge technology and equipment with evidence-based,
patient focused care. A matter of fact, Kadlec Regional Medical Center is
first hospital in Washington state, to achieve Planetree Designated status!
In June, 2014, Kadlec affiliated with Providence Health & Services, a
not-for-profit health system comprised of 34 hospitals in five western
states. Kadlec has joined a secular, non-religious division of Providence.
As a part of the OneHR team,
the HR Strategic Partner (HRSP) is responsible for aligning HR strategies
with the business needs and is accountable to business leaders for all HR
brokered services. The HRSP operates as an advisor managing
inter-disciplinary matters. The HRSP also serves as a trusted advisor and
advocate to employees, managers and leaders. Working closely with the HR
Director, he/she determines HR implications of changing business needs and
recommends actions to be taken and coordinates consulting efforts to
ē Bachelorís degree in human
resources, business or related field or equivalent experience in lieu of
degree and SPHR/PHR certificate.
ē Minimum of 5 years of
professional human resources experience at an exempt level.
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reference job number 109545.
Director, Human Resources
Summit Pacific Medical Center,
Elma WA, is seeking an HR Director to advance and optimize our HR function.
This is a hands-on leadership position that requires working
knowledge across the full spectrum of HR, creativity and strong strategic
thinking skills, as well as advanced technical skills.
Plans, organizes, and directs human
resources activities and programs. Manages day-to-day operations of the
human resources department to ensure actions are carried out in an accurate
and timely manner. Maintains all documents, records and files in good
order. Maintains statistics and monitors HR performance; maintains and
provides data to support or enhance operations. Manages HR team members in
a manner that supports a high-performance and collegial work environment.
Designs and manages compensation, benefits,
and employee engagement programs and procedures in keeping with the
Districtís philosophy and strategic objectives. Develops and administers a
continuous job evaluation program to confirm that job descriptions,
classifications and wages are kept current. Tracks and monitors employee
satisfaction and engagement using a variety of metrics, indicators, and
tools. Develops and implements programs to address areas of concern or
Oversees employee and labor relations
issues. Facilitates problem resolution, conflict management, performance
management, disciplinary issues, grievance procedures, fact-finding and
investigations, and staffing and manpower planning. Provides advice to
executives, managers and employees in addressing grievances and
Oversees talent acquisition activities which
include sourcing, recruitment and onboarding, including provider
recruitment. Develops tools and procedures that support effective hiring,
onboarding, and engagement. Oversees provider credentialing and privileging
Initiates actions to improve data integrity
and standardization of processes. Ensures appropriate controls are in place
related to personnel transactions and reporting. Maintains accurate and
complete paper and electronic records. Conducts intensive and complex
audits of employee records. Monitors key human resources indicators such as
employee retention, turnover, workers compensation costs, sick time,
overtime, charges and law suits, unemployment costs, and employee morale.
Provides regular reports to leadership; recommends strategies to address
areas of concern.
Facilitates continuous process improvement.
Participates in the development, implementation and ongoing assessment of
human resources programs, policies, and procedures. Researches trends and
best practices and develops recommendations. Monitors programs and
policies; identifies opportunities for improvement and initiates
appropriate enhancements and/or corrections. Contributes to quality
improvement programs and initiatives in accordance with hospital policies,
community standards, and compliance with all laws, regulations and
requirements of appropriate licensing and accrediting bodies.
Builds and maintains effective working
relationships. Advises and consults with executives, managers, and other
hospital personnel. Serves as a liaison across disciplines. Participates as
an active member of various committees; leads work groups, projects and
committees as assigned.
Executes management tasks in an accurate and
timely manner. Manages department to meet service and performance
expectations. Maintains appropriate staffing levels and competency of
staff. Maintains equipment and physical space. Provides effective leadership
and oversight of assigned staff; leads by example and provides support,
guidance, coaching and performance management when needed. Monitors and
manages staff satisfaction and engagement.
Maintains professional skills and awareness
of regulatory changes, compliance issues, innovations and developments,
through research and training/continuing education opportunities. Ensures
compliance with all regulatory requirements and federal, state and local
laws. Stays abreast of trends and best practices. Maintains programs and
records in good order, as required for efficient and effective operations.
Performs special projects and other related
duties as assigned.
In addition to the duties and
responsibilities listed above, all employees are expected to support the
Summit Pacific Medical Center mission, vision and values; comply with SPMC
policies and procedures; and conduct themselves in an ethical,
professional, respectful, and collaborative manner at all times.
Bachelorís Degree in Human Resources or
related field. Masterís degree preferred.
Five (5) years of progressively responsible
human resources experience. Healthcare experience preferred.
Two (2) years of leadership experience,
including experience working directly with senior leaders.
Certifications and/or Registrations
PHR/SPHR or equivalent certification strongly
Ability to be effective in both strategic
and operational aspects of work and to conceptualize, develop and implement
Broad knowledge and understanding of human
resources theory and practices. Ability to apply concepts to actual
situations in a practical manner and to guide managers and staff accordingly.
Comprehensive knowledge of labor and employment
laws and regulations.
Ability to cultivate effective partnerships and
work in collaboration with managers and staff. Strong leadership presence
and facilitation, delegation, and coaching skills. Demonstrated ability to
lead by influence.
Proficient in the use of current technology;
including Microsoft Office products. Ability to learn and effectively use a
variety of computer systems and basic office equipment. HRIS implementation
Ability to develop effective processes and
protocols and to maintain accurate documentation and records.
Professional and effective written and verbal
communication skills. Ability to identify and employ communication
strategies appropriate to the audience.
Ability to maintain composure and professionalism
in sensitive or stressful situations; ability to maintain strict
Ability to work independently performing a wide
variety of assignments that require the use of independent judgment,
problem-solving, organization, and prioritization skills.
Apply online: https://spmc.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=170.
Please complete all application questions so that we may fully assess your
application. Contact LynnF@SP-MC.org
with any questions.