1) Provide leadership, HR expertise, and coaching to department in core HR areas including, talent acquisition, development, retention, compensation, and risk management
2) Build credible relationships across the organization to take global perspective in facilitating effective employee communications, problem solving, and solutions based outcomes
3) Contributes to the success of the BSD HR department by working with HR leadership to identify, prioritize, and build organizational capabilities, behaviors, structures, and processes
4) Maintains in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day-to-day management of employees and appointees, reducing legal risks and ensuring regulatory compliance
5) Serves as a resource on University policy and process matters and on BSD's academic guidelines
6) Works closely with leaders, employees, and internal partners to improve work relationships, build morale, and increase engagement and retention across the BSD
7) Analyzes trends and metrics in collaboration with departmental and BSD HR leadership to develop and implement solutions, programs and organizational practices
8) Manages and resolves complex employee relations issues by conducting through and timely investigations through to resolution and debriefing to put into practice solutions that mitigate future concerns
9) Manages HRIS data management activities, including Workday and corresponding transactions ensuring data integrity and compliance
1) Ability to envision future state possibilities and work purposefully towards achievement
2) Exceptional analytical skills with the ability to drive operational excellence and optimization
3) Cultivate a learning environment that appreciates cultural diversity
4) Act with purpose to build talent infrastructure to achieve results
5) Create mission driven, cohesive teams by building talent infrastructure designed to achieve superior results
1) Experience in Human Resources, preferably in medical center or academic environment
2) Experience with employment law to find solutions to mitigate risk in employee labor relations matters
3) Experience with core HR processes including talent acquisition, retention, performance management, onboarding, payroll, coaching, training and development
4) Demonstrated experience delivering high quality HR services
5) Experience using and applying data and analytics to diagnose problems using strategic thinking skills to design and implement appropriate solutions
6) Strong facilitation, influencing and conflict resolution skills
7) MS Excel and PowerPoint experience
8) Workday HRIS experience
9) Social Recruiting experience
1) Bachelorâ™s degree in human resources, organizational development, international business or related field
2) PHR or SHRM certification
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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