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Human Resources Director

Venice Regional Bayfront Health

Venice , Florida 34285
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Full Time
1st Shift
  • HR Generalist
  • Administrative
  • Employee Relations
  • Compensation
  • Organizational Development
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– Venice Regional Bayfront Health



Under general administrative direction of the Hospital Administrator/CEO, manages the comprehensive Human Resources program which includes recruitment, compensation and benefits, employee relations activities, record retention, and compliance issues related to employment regulations as well as the day-today operations. Responsible for the formulation, preparation, presentation and/or dissemination of Human Resources programs, policies and procedures. Develops human resource objectives, philosophy and strategic planning in relation to all personnel programs/services, assesses trends in human resource management and education and training, and leadership development initiatives.


Director oversees Employee Health including Worker’s Compensation, Leave of Absence, and employee exposures/injuries.


EDUCATION / Licenses / Certifications

  • BS degree in Business or Human Resources; Master’s Degree preferred.

  • PHR or SPHR certification preferred.



Seven or more years of progressively responsible varied Human Resources experience (preferred in the Heath Care For-Profit arena), including several human resource functions.      

HOSPITAL HR Experience Preferred!         


• Experience managing and leading direct reports.

• Possess exceptional verbal, written communication and presentation skills; interpersonal, analytical and management skills necessary.

• Intermediate to Advanced proficiency with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Taleo database,

• Ability to adapt to many varied situations, circumstances, and personalities at all levels within and outside the organization concerning sensitive information

• Current knowledge of government and regulatory agencies.

• Strong working knowledge of state and federal laws related to policies, procedures as well as other HR areas including recruitment, placement, separation, employee relations, and investigative procedures.

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