Have you seen the great things that KCVI is doing? We're improving cardiovascular health from all aspects. Join a team of passionate clinicians, dedicated leaders and engaged management team in supporting all the fantastic things we do, in an embedded HR Manager role.
This position manages all HR functions for the Knight Cardiovascular Institute (KCVI) and acts as a liaison with our SoM HR Business Partner, central HR and other OHSU departments. Responsibilities include:
Assists KCVI management with proactive approaches on all HR matters in the institute
Provides both strategic and day-to-day counsel on matters of recruitment, employee and labor relations, supervision and performance, training, workforce effectiveness, change management, compensation and payroll, timekeeping and benefits
Works with with members of KCVI leadership to minimize risk and ensure compliance with requirements and OHSU policy and provide a positive work environment by exemplifying a proactive, customer-driven approach to workplace issues
Performs HR transactions including ePAR submission/tracking, personnel actions, and pre-hire transactions
On-boards new faculty and staff, assists with Visa applications, tracks licensure and credentialing/privileging, employee health compliance, electronic personnel records, etc.
Retains and coordinates the evaluation and continuous improvement of HR associated efforts for KCVI
Bachelors degree in related field and two years of HR experience including employee relations and discipline, position description development, applicant screening, and project management
Working knowledge of Federal, State, and local labor laws, as well as compensation principles
Working knowledge of OHSU personnel and payroll policies and procedures
Strong interpersonal and customer service skills
Demonstrated exemplary tact, discretion and diplomacy in dealing with sensitive issues and individuals at all levels
Demonstrated skill in counseling techniques with sensitivity sufficient to assist in confidential circumstances, and the resolution of problems and conflicts
Excellent interpersonal skills to interact with faculty and investigators, staff, students, and visitors at all levels within OHSU and in the community
Ability to write concise, logical and grammatically correct correspondence, reports, and other written materials
Ability to speak one-on-one or with a group to obtain and clearly convey information
Ability to manage and perform multiple tasks under conditions of fluctuating workloads, competing requirements, and changing deadlines
Demonstrated ability to work independently and following through on assignments with minimal direction
Advocacy of and commitment to equity and diversity
Three to five years of HR experience with experience in employee relations, recruitment, compensation and benefits
Previous work experience in an academic health center or comparable, multi-mission organization
Demonstrated expertise in and understanding of OHSU personnel/payroll policies, collective bargaining agreements and procedures
PHR, SHRM-CP certifications
Apply here online. Please be sure to upload a cover letter and resume.
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