This position serves as an independent and effective HR practitioner working as a member of the HR/Credentialing team. Responsible for assigned human resources functions for the Wilmer Eye Institute, a complex clinical department with university and hospital activities. Provides information, advice or guidance and support to ophthalmology's managers, supervisors, staff, and faculty, keeping abreast of HR issues, identifying areas of concern, and recommending/implementing solutions. Will report directly to the HR Manager, and collaborate with the members of the HR/Credentialing team to provide efficient and effective HR services to the department.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities: Provides a wide range of human resources support and consulting services in the areas of employment, compensation administration, employee relations, training and education, payroll practices and processes, leave and time administration, personnel records management, and performance management. Recommends and implements enhancements to current departmental human resources processes, procedures, and programs in areas including, but not limited to: employment, hiring, and onboarding of staff and faculty; compensation administration; leave administration; employee relations. Develops department guidelines and procedures consistent with JHU and Health System policies. Ensures harmonization of department guidelines, practices, and procedures across locations and consistent with JHU, School of Medicine and JHH practices and policies. Works in conjunction with departmental HR staff to ensure efficient and smooth processes in accordance with all applicable university and health system policies and procedures. Collaborates and provides support to HR Manager for resolution of HR issues and implementation of departmental and institution-wide projects and initiatives. Supervises the Sr. HR Coordinator. Performs other duties as required.
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or other related field. Three years of progressive experience in a professional human resources capacity.
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