Job Title: HR Advisor
Link to the posting site:
https://www.healthcaresource. com/hanford/index.cfm? fuseaction=search.jobDetails& template=dsp_job_details.cfm& cJobId=102241&fwkMethod=L& fwkKey=2005_1727_0_0_ 161208172708_1481236029032_ 4206
Recruiter's contact information:
Amy Valero, 559-537-0870 x 22631, ValeroAL@ah.org
Human Resources - 86502
Shift: 8:00AM to 5:00PM
Bachelor's degree is required
Minimum 2 years’ experience required
Would you love the ability to have a picnic in the mountains and sun at the beach all in the same day? If that sounds good to you, consider joining the Adventist Health Central California team. We are a mission focused non-profit health care system that has a heart for providing to the under-served. We are looking for compassionate and motivated individuals to join our team. The heart of our philosophy at Adventist Health is our spirit of healing the whole human being through physical, mental and spiritual healing. We strive to accomplish this daily through the interactions we have with our patients and community members, and we believe this sets us apart as a truly unique place to work. If you would like to work in a supportive and compassionate environment, as a member of an organization dedicated to provide you with the necessary resources to succeed, please continue reading below, for a detailed description of this job opportunity.
The HR Advisor is responsible for providing Adventist Health – Central Valley Network with internal Human Resource support and recommendations on employee engagement, employee relations and matters in the interest of creating a highly engaged workforce. Provides our organizations leaders with resources, timely follow-up, and support in successfully handling complex employee relations and performance related issues. Implements, coordinates and administers various human resource plans, policies, procedures and develops recommendations for changes to meet our organizations strategic objectives. Will coordinate and conduct a variety of training sessions to include workshops, webinars and seminars designed to provide tools for leaders to manage departments effectively.
Bachelor's degree in a related field required or equivalent related experience or an appropriate combination of both.
Minimum of two (2) years broad based experience in Human Resources or related field, preferably in health care required.
PHR certification preferred.
Experience in facilitating small group meetings, identifying and solving organizational problems and handling them in pursuit of common goals.
Able to work and make decisions with little supervision.