The Director of Human Performance is responsible for the strategic direction of the human performance function of the Adventist Health Physician Services clinics. As a business partner, the position is responsible for strategic human resource planning and execution to ensure innovative HP practices and policies for the organization that foster an environment of quality patient care while providing employees with a great place to work.
Duties and Responsibilities: include, but are not limited to:
Participating member of the AHPS Senior Leadership Team.
Strategic Business Partner
Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct and evaluate the organization’s human performance function with an innovative approach.
Develop the corporations’ human performance plans and programs as a strategic partner.
Create strategic and tactical human performance business plans and drive the tactics throughout the organization.
Collaborating with others, create a training and development strategy, vision and action plan to implement dynamic learning systems contributing to the success of the organization.
Develop strategies to set and monitor goals through measurable performance targets.
Evaluate and advise on the impact of long range planning of new programs/strategies and regulatory action as those items impact the attraction, motivation, development and retention of the employee resources of the corporation.
Establish credibility throughout the organization with management and the employees in order to be an effective leader.
Collaborate and coordinate the activities, programs and strategic HP plans of other HP functional areas throughout the corporation.
Maintain knowledge of federal and applicable state, HP policies, programs, laws and issues.
Value employees as a core corporate value—own it and support it.
Provide technical human performance advice and knowledge to the organization and HP team members.
Lead resource and coach to the executive leadership on matters of staff and organizational development.
Coach and advise management through organization development methods and activities.
Review and evaluate practices, procedures and protocols relating to staff, development and organizational process.
Plan, direct, deliver and evaluate organizational development and professional growth activities for the management team.
Oversee implementation of strategies to enhance business performance and organizational culture.
Develop strategy plans and programs to identify talent within and outside the corporation for positions of responsibility. Identify appropriate and effective external sources for candidates for all levels within the company.
Develop innovative programs to allow the corporation to embrace applicants and employees of all backgrounds, for maximum development and performance.
Develop human performance planning models to identify competency, knowledge and talent gaps and develop specific programs for filling the gaps.
Establish, implement and monitor key contributor and management succession planning programs.
Create training and development programs to enhance employee knowledge and keep them current on changing legal regulations. Assess developmental needs to drive training initiatives.
Develop, implement and maintain a performance management system for corporate goal alignment and mutual understanding of responsibilities, priorities and expectations.
Compensation and Benefits
Develop progressive and innovation compensation and benefits programs in collaboration with Adventist Health.
Continually assess the competitiveness of all programs and practices against the relevant comparable companies, industries and markets.
Enhance, innovate and/or develop human performance policies and procedures to improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the corporation.
Develop effective policies and programs to manage your employee resources.
Human Performance Department Management
Develop and manage the budget and other financial measures across the corporation.
Ensure that continuous improvement of programs, policies, practices and processes consistently meet the strategic and operational goals of the organization.
Continuously evaluate the human performance organization and plan to ensure alignment with the business and its impact on the AHPS culture and people.
Develop and execute an annual individual HP professional development plan.
Supervise all regional HP professionals and corporate HP team members.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Thorough understanding of human performance principles and practices, including employment law and EEO compliance.
Proven leadership and business acumen skills.
An energetic, forward-thinking and creative individual.
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work with all levels of management.
Strategic planner with sound technical skills, analytical ability, good judgment and strong operational focus.
Decisive with a strategic focus, operational, implementation and detail-oriented perspective.
Creative, flexible and innovative team player.
Commitment to excellence and high standards.
Well-organized and self-directed; “politically savvy” and a team player.
Ability to articulate thoughts and relate to people at all levels of an organization.
Proven ability to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines.
Demonstrated proficiency in supervising and motiving subordinates.
Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills.
Great educator who is trustworthy and willing to share information and serve as a mentor.
Versatility, flexibility and a willingness to work within constantly changing priorities with enthusiasm.
Knowledge of Fair Employment practices, ERISA et al., OSHA, National Labor Relations Act, COBRA, ADA and Title 22 is highly desirable.
Possess and maintain a clean driving record.
Education and/or Experience
Bachelors Degree (BA or BS) required
Masters Degree (MA or MBA) or the equivalent is desired
Minimum ten years human resource/performance leadership experience in a corporate environment, preferably in the health care field.
In accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws, carries out supervisory responsibilities. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. Supervises all regional HP professionals and corporate team members.
About Adventist Health:
Founded on Seventh-day Adventist health values, Adventist Health is a faith-based, not-for-profit, integrated health care delivery system headquartered in Roseville, California. We provide compassionate care in communities throughout California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington.
* 19 hospitals with more than 2,700 beds
* More than 230 clinics and outpatient centers
* 50 ...rural health clinics
* 14 home care agencies and seven hospice agencies
* Four joint-venture retirement centers
We owe much of our heritage and organizational success to the Seventh-day Adventist Church, which has long been a promoter of prevention and whole person care. Inspired by our belief in the loving and healing power of Jesus Christ, we aim to bring physical, mental and spiritual health and healing to our neighbors of all faiths.
Every individual, regardless of his/her personal beliefs, is welcome in our facilities. We are also eager to partner with members of other faiths to enhance the health of the communities we serve.