Human Resource Manager (Healthcare)
Faculty/Department: UCSI Hospital
This is a key senior post with responsibility and accountability for the operational provision of an effective and efficient human resources service and the strategic development of this service to meet changing organisation needs.
Human Resources (HR) Manager will be accountable for ensuring that the hospital has in place the necessary policies, procedures and progressive human resource systems, processes and structures to ensure that the hospital’s most important asset, its staff, are effectively recruited, retained and developed and that harmonious staff relations are fostered, developed and maintained.
He/she will be expected to advise the Chief Executive and/or Board and Heads of Departments on key human resource management issues and put in place appropriate strategies and systems to underpin an effective, progressive, flexible human resource management philosophy and practice.
The appointee will also be expected to represent the hospital at HR management and employee relations fora outside of the hospital. It is expected that the appointee will possess the requisite skills of flexibility, vision, excellent communication, negotiation/persuasion skills with an attention for detail without losing sight of the big picture.
In addition to being a hands on practitioner, it is expected that the HR Manager will contribute significantly to the strategic perspective of the hospital. He/she will be expected to keep abreast of all imminent developments in the areas of Human Resource Management and Development.
As a member of the management team of the Hospital, they may be expected to lead on key organisational projects as designated by the Chief Executive.
- Minimum 5-7 years’ Human Resources (HR) experience including strong industrial and employee relations experience.
- A sound background in HR and/or relevant experience in recruitment, staff relations and identifying training and development needs.
- Management/supervisory experience.
- Project management experience.
- Public sector HR experience.
- Health Sector experience.
Last Update: 14-Feb-2020