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Human Resource Director

Rancho Physical Therapy

Murrieta, California 92562
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The Director of Human Resources is responsible for leading, managing and developing strategy to ensure positive employee relations, consistent business and employee processes and practices, appropriate health and welfare benefit offerings, and compliance at the Federal, State and Local level. Reporting directly to the General Counsel, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Officer, this hands-on leadership position will work closely with all corporate and employee personnel to cultivate and maintain a talented, positive and high performing workforce. This position will also focus on risk management as it relates to creating a very safe and compliant work environment and service experience.


The successful candidate will have experience within physical therapy and/or other clinical environment, administration of benefits and compensation programs, employment law, organizational planning, organization development, employee relations, safety, training and development. Four-year college degree in business, hospitality, human resources or related major. Minimum 10 years HR management experience working in a hands-on, up-tempo and diverse corporate office setting.

  • Prefer SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) or PHR credentials or have ability to obtain certification within 12 months of hire.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Highly organized individual with strong follow through.
  • Prior experience in supervising an HR Department, corporate staff of employees, with a total company employee count of 500+.
  • Multi-state and facility oversight experience.
  • Ability to train management staff in areas of HR diplomacy.
  • High emotional intelligence.
  • Able to handle high pressure situations and meet deadlines.
  • Provides support to management and staff for the implementation and administration of HR programs and initiatives, policies and/or procedures.
  • Keeps abreast of changing state and national laws.
  • Provides leadership assessment and development program to local management in strategic and day-to-day HR activities.
  • Focuses on succession planning and talent development by partnering with senior management to identify key candidates and create a strategy for the development of selected internal staff.
  • Consults with employees and managers to address root causes of human resources and business performance issues, resolving issues.
  • Conducts all, including the most complex, employee relations investigations either independently or with the assistance of legal counsel; proactively identifies HR issues, develops solutions and involves the appropriate resources to ensure a fair, positive and timely resolution.
  • Accountable for developing and implementing processes, covering HR related issues to ensure compliance with federal, state and company HR policies and regulations.
  • Influences and encourages a learning environment/training that provides the necessary tools, education and materials to management and employees through workshops for continuous improvement.
  • Protects interests of employees and the company in accordance with HR policies and governmental laws and regulations.
  • Approves recommendations for terminations.
  • Increases efficiency of recruiting process; participates with senior management in evaluating staff needs based on the business plan and where necessary, the cost-effective sourcing of external candidates; ensure company interviewing and hiring standards are uniformly applied.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
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