Primarily responsible for the development of an employee-oriented organizational culture. One that emphasizes quality, continuous improvement and high performance consistent with the mission and values of the medical practice.
Representative Job Responsibilities:
Ensure the organization is compliant with all federal, state and local human resources laws.
Oversee staffing and recruitment efforts so that recruitment goals are met in support of the practice’s strategic plans.
Plan and conduct new employee orientations to foster positive attitudes toward organizational culture and performance objectives.
Administer the employee benefits programs including but not limited to: medical, dental, life, supplemental medical and 401k. Review monthly invoices, audit files and enrollment to ensure benefit coverage is accurate.
Advise Supervisors/Managers on disciplinary procedures and aid in conflict resolution.
Maintain all required and appropriate employee records. Provide information to authorized persons. Manage employee leave, including but not limited to, disability and FMLA leave.
Create and maintain job descriptions and performance evaluations for all positions within the practice.
Assist with the development and coaching of management staff, including but not limited to Clinical Supervisors and Operations Managers, so that proper management and human resource methods are utilized for both people and activities.
Participate with the senior management team in weekly meetings to develop and discuss organizational procedures and policies.
Oversee payroll processing. Communicate payroll information such as new hires, terminations, changes of rates of pay, benefit deductions, and all withholdings necessary to accurately process payroll. Review payroll as required. Manage deadlines to ensure timely processing. Backup for payroll processing.
Serve as a member of the compliance committee to achieve workplace safety and other objectives.
Professional and Leadership Skills:
Ability to work calmly and collaboratively under pressure and deadlines. Organized and attentive to detail while maintaining a strategic focus. Adaptable and receptive to change.
Hold personnel and proprietary information in confidence.
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business or equivalent with a minimum of 5 years management experience. General knowledge of employment law and practices. Proficient in word processing, spreadsheet, and payroll (ADP) database applications. Excellent interpersonal and coaching skills. Effective oral and written communication skills. Prior healthcare management experience a plus, PHR or SPHR certification.
Albany main office but travel will be required to all office locations.