New! Human Resources Manager

Neighborcare Health - Seattle, WA

Key responsibilities for this new position:
Provide leadership, coaching and performance management to direct reports
Lead staff and labor relations functions including the organization and execution of investigations into policy violations, union grievances and general concerns.
Advise and counsel leaders and staff on work related issues, Neighborcare policy, and Federal, State, and local employment laws.
Provide coaching to develop effective leaders at all levels of the organization
Develop and maintain strong partnerships with leaders to cultivate a culture that reflects the Core Values and Service Commitments of the organization and to ensure Human Resource strategies, processes and practices are effectively implemented.
Partner with leaders on organizational design, organizational effectiveness and workforce planning.
Review and analyze business data to identify trends and recommend solutions to improve team member engagement, performance, and retention.
Oversee record keeping process to ensure accurate records are maintained, including personnel files, records of benefits plans participation, and the processing of promotions, transfers, salary changes, supervisor changes and terminations.
Serve as subject matter expert for leaves of absence, FMLA and ADA topics and provides oversight of outsourced leave of absence administration.
In partnership with the Sr Director Human Resources, build and maintain internal HR policies, procedures, and staff handbook.
Ensure compliance with all existing governmental and labor reporting requirements.
Perform other duties as assigned within job qualifications

Required for this job:
Demonstrated ability to act with empathy and kindness while pushing for the highest standards;
Excellent coaching, facilitation, conflict resolution and communication skills;
Strong analytical skills, critical thinking and excellent problem-solving skills with the ability to foresee potential obstacles and proactively identify solutions and resolve issues;
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing, complex information to individuals at all levels of the organization;
Possess a positive, service-oriented attitude with strong time management and organizational skills with exceptional follow-through to maintain workload;
Possess a continuous improvement mindset;
Ability to maintain professionalism and composure while having difficult conversations or under pressure;
Ability to handle confidential and sensitive information and exercise exceptional judgement;
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite;
Deep understanding of local, state, and federal employment laws and regulations.
Minimum Qualifications

Minimum: Bachelor’s degree in Business, Human Resources or related field
Preferred: HR Professional certification (PHR, SPHR, SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP, etc.)

Minimum: Five (5) years' experience in a Human Resources Management role. Three(3) years' supervisory experience
Preferred: Prior experience in healthcare