CommuniCare Health Services Regional Human Resource Manager in Cleveland, Ohio
CommuniCare Health Services is a health care provider with over 80 facilities in seven states. That's a whole lot of opportunity for you to join our team and make a difference in the lives of others!
We are currently seeking an experienced HR professional for the key position of Regional Human Resource Manager for our facilities in the Youngstown, Akron, and Cleveland regions in Ohio and in the Pittsburgh, PA region.
The Regional Human Resource Manager performs as a proactive and insight-driven partner to business leaders to lead organization and people excellence to effectively influence culture and deliver positive business outcomes. This position will also assess and anticipate needs in designated business facilities/geographic areas and provide integrated solutions by partnering with Divisional Director of Human Resources and other functional groups. Measurements for this position include: employee turnover, retention, and employee satisfaction.
JOB DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manages team development by assessing HRM individual needs, identifying gaps and planning appropriate steps to provide training for closing any gaps.
Assists in the training of all new HRM’s to ensure all team members have the tools and training necessary to successfully perform in the role.
Contributes to and execute on the divisional human resource strategy.
Assists HRM’s by providing proactive solutions in employee relations that set the tone for a healthy long-term relationship between facility management and employees.
Provide expertise and guidance in several aspects of the employment cycle by coaching the HR team and business leadership on:
Workforce Management and Talent Needs
Interviewing and Selection of Talent
Onboarding and Training Plans
Employee Retention and Voluntary Attrition Reduction Strategies
Partners with Divisional Director of Human Resources and corporate to engage the correct internal HR resource for the business requirement to ensure seamless HR support (for example: recruitment, benefits, training and development).
Provides resources, feedback, observations and recommendations for opportunities for assigned facility staff
Help to identify strengths, capabilities and development opportunities for all assigned facility staff
Ensures regional HRMs' legal compliance by monitoring human resource federal and state requirements; conducting audits of employee records and survey materials.
Develops and maintain a positive, productive relationship with regional and facility leadership team.
Ensures alignment of all policies and practices of the business units with the guidelines provided by the corporate Human Resources department.
Brainstorms potential initiatives and engagement ideas Divisional Director of Human Resources to benefit entire company
Participates on project teams and/or works independently on a variety of projects including the development of new incentives, programs, performance management, succession planning, and training.
Drives process and efficiency improvement across all functions of the HR department.
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or a related field preferred.
Equivalent work experience may be considered in lieu of degree.
PHR or SPHR preferred.
Minimum of five years human resource experience.
Ability to travel 80% of the time.
Multi-site facility experience preferred.
Significant HR management experience and knowledge of human resources systems.
Ability to successfully maintain multi-site relationships and manage time and responsibilities effectively.
Proven record of effectively resolving employee issues, improving processes and increasing efficiency.
Experience balancing site needs with corporate priorities.
Experience in delivering corporate HR programs and initiatives, ensuring they are embraced by and become embedded within the business.
Sound knowledge of technical HR systems, processes and procedures; experience working with Workday and Apploi preferred.
Sound knowledge of applicable labor and employment laws related to healthcare.
Demonstrated analytical and process management skills.
Excellent communication skills (written and verbal), including strong business acumen.
Experience managing others, with an emphasis on driving team performance.
Outstanding team building skills.
Willingness to professionally challenge peers and senior management thinking.
Excellent time management skills, including prioritizing and multitasking.
BenefitsAs a CommuniCare employee you will enjoy competitive wages and PTO plans. We offer full time employees a menu of benefit options from life and disability plans to medical, dental, and vision coverage from quality benefit carriers. We also offer 401(k) with employer match and Flexible Spending Accounts.
About Us A family-owned company, we have grown to become one of the nation’s largest providers of post-acute care, which includes skilled nursing rehabilitation centers, long-term care centers, assisted living communities, independent rehabilitation centers, and long-term acute care hospitals (LTACH). Since 1984, we have provided superior, comprehensive management services for the development and management of adult living communities. We have a single job description at CommuniCare, "to reach out with our hearts and touch the hearts of others." Through this effort we create "Caring Communities" where staff, residents, clients, and family members care for and about one another.