Children's Hospital Los Angeles is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit pediatric academic medical center. CHLA has been named the best children’s hospital on the West Coast and, for seven years running, has been among the top 10 children’s institutions in the nation for clinical excellence, according to the U.S. News & World Report Honor Roll. Only 12 children’s hospitals in the United States achieved Honor Roll status for 2015-16, and CHLA was ranked number 7; it is the only pediatric medical center in California to make the Honor Roll list. CHLA has been selected for the esteemed list every year since it launched in 2009, and has been included among the nation’s best children’s hospitals annually since the magazine began its rankings 27 years ago.
The Role of the SVP, Chief Human Resources Officer:
The new SVP, Chief Human Resources Officer is responsible for developing strategic programs, policies and practices that drive results in support of the organization’s mission and business and operational objectives. Provides leadership and strategic direction for all areas of Human Resources. Promotes a culture of high performing, positive, diverse, and productive employees with the goal of maintaining an environment with high levels of employee engagement and organizational effectiveness.
· The new SVP, Chief Human Resources Officer will report to the President and Chief Executive Officer.
· Develop and implement long range strategic initiatives that create and maintain an effective human capital infrastructure that aligns with CHLA’s mission and business and operational objectives.
· Function as a strategic business advisor to executive management on key organizational, operational and management issues in all areas of human resources.
· Provide leadership and strategic direction to HR teams in the areas of talent acquisition, employee relations, absence management, total rewards, regulatory compliance, HRIS, organizational effectiveness and HR Administration. Provide strategic leadership for Employee Health Services and the Child Development Center.
· Oversee the development of operating and capital budgets for human resources and ensure the department operates within budget. Ensure financial expenditures align with the organization’s business and operational goals.
· Establish policies, procedures and HR programs that promote and maintain positive employee-employer relationships and are in compliance with professional standards, state and federal employment laws and regulatory requirements.
· Develop and oversee the implementation of workforce planning, talent acquisition and onboarding strategies to meet the human capital needs of the organization.
· Oversee the design, development and implementation of total rewards strategies that are in line with business objectives and enables the organization to attract, hire, develop, reward and retain top talent.
· Provide leadership for the creation of an HRIS infrastructure with the ability to effectively gather, maintain process and report employee information.