AHMC Healthcare

  • Human Resources Coordinator

    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(11/18/2019 6:36 PM)
    Location : Location
    US-CA-Monterey Park
  • Overview

    Monterey Park Hospital, located in San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County, is recruiting for a full time Human Resource Coordinator. Monterey Park Hospital is a 101 bed acute care community hospital. Monterey Park Hospital has provided our community with advanced medical and culturally sensitive health-care services for over 40 years. Monterey Park Hospital is ranked highest in patient satisfaction among the seven (7) hospitals within the AHMC Healthcare Inc. system. Monterey Park Hospital has provided our community with advanced medical and culturally sensitive health-care services for over 40 years. The HR Coordinator reports to the Human Resources Director. The Hospital employs approximately 480 clinical and non-clinical staff. The HR Coordinator will interact and communicate with all levels of staff internally and with Corporate. 

    Responsibilities

    The HR Coordinator will assist the HR Department in providing a wide range of HR administrative support to the HR Team, hospital staff and management. This position will primarily focus on data entry into HRMs, data tracking and report writing; reviewing benefit changes for active staff, preparing workers comp packets, reviewing workers compensation forms for completion; preparing employment separation packets, filing, answering phones and other administration duties. The HR Coordinator is expected to have the ability to work independently, have excellent organizational and problem solving skills, can multi-task, is flexible and can work in an ever changing work environment. To ensure success,  the HR Coordinator should exhibit a knowledge of federal and state leave laws and workers comp experience. Experience working in a union environment is preferred.  The HR Coordinator may assist in recruitment, on-boarding and training to provide support to the department as needed.  

    Job Duties and Responsibilities

    • Keeps current up with the California Department of Labor Laws updates and ensures compliance with all California Labor Laws and HR policies. Provides guidance on a range of HR policies and union contract language to support staff and management and ensures effective communication of HR practices.
    • Provides Workers Compensation packets to injured employee, ensures all documents are completed accurately upon return to HR and provides information to HRD on the claim. 
    • Processes major life event mid year changes, status changes and assists with coordinating the annual Open Enrollment meetings.
    • Participates in HR audits of new hires and contract staff for accurate data and paperwork
    • Maintains compliance with current year Joint Commission HR Standards and ensures HR compliance.
    • Data entry and Report Writing using HRMS system.
    • Coordinates various HR projects.

    Qualifications

    Education:  Some college preferred. PHR or SHRM certification preferred.

    Experience: One to two years experience in a Human Resources department required. Hospital/Healthcare HR experience preferred.

     

    Required skills/knowledge:

    - Knowledge of state and federal labor laws and regulations required

    - Knowledge of workers compensation programs, modified duty, claims review with TPA and interactive process preferred

    - Knowledge of HRMS systems and Report Writing

    - Knowledge of The Joint Commission HR Standards preferred

    - Knowledge of Microsoft Products

    - Good organizational skills required

    - Excellent verbal and written communication skills required

    - Ability to work independently using critical thinking skills

    - Bilingual preferred

     

    Facility

    Monterey Park Medical Center

    Req ID

    req5776

    Shift

    Days

    Category

    Human Resources

    Position Type

    Regular Full-Time

    Department

    Human Resources

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