The Manager, HR Strategy, has responsibility for the Human Resource management of assigned system departments/facilities whose personnel may be located at multiple CHRISTUS Health facilities in the assigned market/region. This role will partner with local resources to drive the execution of HR programs, in order to achieve departmental and overall business goals and objectives. In addition, the Manager, HR Strategy offers deep expertise in 1 or more core HR disciplines and carries a broad understanding of all HR disciplines, to include compensation, benefits, staffing, organizational development, employee relations and performance management. The role may be responsible for assigned departmental personnel and assisting in the preparation of budgets, reports and other communications, as required by market/regional leadership.
Work with leadership and market/region HR leadership to translate business needs into HR requirements. Partner with managers to understand business goals and devise strategies to achieve business objectives. Communicate and consult on 1 or more core HR disciplines, to include compensation, benefits, staffing, talent acquisition, organizational development, employee relations, and performance Handle day-to-day delivery of HR services, locally, for issues requiring face-to-face intervention. Collaborate with the HR Service Center in the delivery of services. Implement and manage HR programs. Coordinate with the HR Shared Service Center to deploy HR solutions in the respective market/region. Monitor Associate services provided in the market/region or location, and supports culture and engagement initiatives. Monitor Service Level Agreements to ensure success of the HR Shared Service Center. Serve as the primary point of contact between managers and HR functional areas/Centers of Excellence. Work with managers to identify, develop, and retain high-potential Associates and take appropriate action with low performers. Deliver HR policies and procedures training to Associates and facility leadership as needed. Track recurring issues and identify potential training needs.
Bachelor’s degree in HR management, industrial/organizational psychology, learning and development, business administration, or a related discipline or equivalent training and experience required. Deep expertise in one or more core HR disciplines and a broad understanding of all HR disciplines. Good written and oral communication skills, negotiation skills, conflict resolution skills, and presentation skills. 3-4 years of experience in organizational development, performance management, or HR management required. Professional in Human Resources Certification (PHR®) is preferred.