HR Resource

Ensign Group Mesa , AZ 85205

Posted 2 months ago

Ensign Services, Inc. seeks a Field HR Resource to support the transportation and mobile diagnostics operations by implementing human resources programs and processes, training on human resources processes and assisting managers with employee performance issues. This role is assigned to specific locations within the organization

About the Company

Ensign Services, Inc. ("ESI") currently serves over 200 health care operations that employ over 30,000 employees across 14 states. These operations have no corporate headquarters or traditional management hierarchy.

Instead, they operate independently with support from the "Service Center" - a team of accounting, legal, human resources, benefits, compliance, payroll, construction, training and information technology resources. Service Center employees are dedicated subject matter consultants who guide and advise field leaders in their areas of expertise. This structure allows on-site leaders and caregivers to focus on day-to-day issues in their locations.

About the Opportunity

Responsibilities include assisting with day-to-day responsibilities, such as employee relations investigations, to ensure timely resolutions. Support leaders with human resources training and development such as performance management, employee engagement, and respond to field requests and needs such as audits of human resources processes.

Prepares or edits employee performance or disciplinary documentation as needed or requested. Prepare and update employee handbook, policies and procedures. Develops relationships of trust and maintains regular dialogue with location leaders. Recommends new processes, policies and procedures to effect continual improvements in services performed.

This position is based in Phoenix, AZ and travel between operations in AZ, CA, CO, ID, TX and UT for meetings, HR support, and trainings is required.

Other Duties

Provide human resources training

Assist with new hire orientation

Makes recommendations to create efficiencies and to assure regulatory compliance

Qualifications
2+ years' experience in a Human Resources Generalist position including experience in employee relations

Working knowledge of multi state and federal labor law

PHR or SPHR Certification a plus

A highly organized and detail-oriented professional who can work independently, but who also functions as a team member

A positive, flexible and caring personality who displays good judgment, inspires confidence and handles confidential matters with discretion

An effective communicator, articulate speaker and trainer, and focused listener

Possesses excellent verbal communication, presentation and writing skills

Adept at MSWord, Excel, PowerPoint; experience using Workday preferred, but not required and comfortably learn various forms of technology. Experience with TraumaSoft is a plus.

ESI offers an attractive compensation package including a competitive base salary and bonuses.

If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your resume and include a brief cover letter explaining why you are the right candidate for our team.

Additional Information

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Position Type: Full-Time, Exempt Employee

Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life & AD&D Insurance Plans, 401(k) with matching contribution, vacation, sick and holiday pay

Location: Phoenix, AZ

Schedule: 8am 5pm 40 hrs/week

Ensign Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pre-employment criminal background screening required.

The employer for this position is stated in the job posting. Ensign Services, Inc. provides recruiting services for operations in the skilled nursing, assisted living, home health and hospice industries.

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