Manager, HR Analytics and Total Rewards
Company: Valley Presbyterian
Location: Van Nuys
Posted on: November 26, 2022
Full Time (72-80 Hours Per Pay Period)
Administrative & Professional
POSITION TITLE: Manager HR Analytics and Total Rewards
DEPT. NAME: Human Resources
DEPT. NUMBER: 8650
REPORTS TO: Director or Vice President HR
REVISED DATE: 8/2020, 4/28/21, 02/2022
Provides management direction in the development, coordination and
administration of Human Resources programs including HR Analytics,
Compensation and Benefits.
Minimum five (5) years' experience in
Recent leadership experience highly desirable
Ability to demonstrate experience of working in a complex,
organization with solid understanding of HR processes, terminology,
data, and best practices.
Extensive experience in Analytics and working knowledge of tools
like MS Excel, Power BI, Tableau
Advanced skills with Microsoft Office, specifically in Word, Excel,
and Power Point
Experience in working on ERP technology implementations or
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities and deliver
commitments on time
A high work performance ethic and fostering collaboration
Ability to influence teams and establish confident
Ability to multi-task with strong orientation to details
Proven ability to work with highly confidential data
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business or Public
Administration, or a related field
Must successfully complete and maintain LA City Fire Card
certification at the time of hire or within the first 30 days of
PHR, SHRP, CBP or CPP highly preferred
All required licensures, certifications, mandatory education; along
with annual occupational health screenings must be completed prior
to the expiration date or by the end of the month in which they are
due. Reference the Educational Requirements: Must Haves, Mandatory
and Unit Based policy (in electronic policy management system) for
the specific requirements for this position.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (These are the essential job functions
for this position. The essential functions of this job include but
may not be limited to those listed in this job description.
Employees hired for this position must be able to perform the
essential function of this job without imposing significant risk of
substantial harm to the health or safety of themselves or
Plans, manages, supervises, and coordinates work activities of
subordinates and staff.
Perform personnel activities for employees (performance appraisals,
job descriptions, discipline, employee development plans,
Provides consultation and recommendations to staff and managers in
the interpretation of policies and procedures, including conducting
training/educational sessions to staff and managers.
Other duties and special projects as directed by the HR Director
and/or Vice President.
Coordinates, develops, and manages the implementation of HR
information systems (HRIS).
Provides technical support on HRIS practices and innovations and
ensures that all applications comply with legal requirements.
Manages the testing, implementation, and maintenance of new or
modified human resources systems to meet the organization's ongoing
Identifies, analyzes, and proposes changes to current processes to
improve operations of assigned HR functions areas.
Develops ad-doc reports, including audit reports to ensure accuracy
Responsible for managing day-to-day compensation administration
Evaluate the effectiveness of compensation programs to make
recommendations for change.
Manages the annual compensation planning process, including merit
and annual incentive plans.
Identify, evaluate, and implement emerging human resources trends
and products to assist company in maintaining a competitive
position in the market.
Ensure that compensation practices and programs remain competitive
to attract, retain and motivate employees.
Develop job descriptions, analyzes jobs, conduct salary surveys and
job evaluations, and establishing a salary structure.
Complete house-wide market analysis annually; present
recommendations to senior leadership.
Participate in various salary surveys; conduct annual market
assessment and make recommendations to ensure competitiveness to
attract and retain talent.
Monitor current and upcoming wage and hour regulations; ensure
organization's pay practices are following federal, state, and city
Oversee and manages day-to-day benefit operations including
implementation, open enrollment, administration, and communication
of the organization benefits programs, including retirement
Serves as point of contact for brokers, carriers, and TPA, involved
in the benefits programs, including acting as the plan
Work with finance teams to ensure adequate estimates, forecasts,
and calculation of expenditures in benefits programs for budget
planning and tracking.
Manages executive deferred plans (457 plans), ensure calculations
are accurate, and process any contribution as outlined in the
Ensures employee retirement payment deferral file and wire transfer
is sent to carrier timely.
Manage compliance and legal requirements for ERISA plans including
but not limited to, plan audits, 5500's SPD's and plan
Oversees leave of absence administration, including managing
Ensure all programs within scope of responsibility comply with
applicable federal, state, and regulatory laws and /or
The following job accountabilities are not unique to this job but
are common to all jobs at VPH:
Complies with VPH policies and procedures on customer satisfaction
and service excellence. Demonstrates professionalism and cultural
sensitivity in coordinating activities and communicating with all
customers, peers, and the community at large. Conducts self in a
professional, respectful, and courteous manner during all
interactions. Works effectively and collaboratively with others
toward common goals.
Communicates accurately, honestly, supportively and in a timely
manner with department and interdepartmental team members.
Demonstrates effective business writing and oral communication
skills, handwriting is clear and legible.
Participates in operational aspects of the department and
maintains/participates in performance improvement activities within
Participates in all departmental specific training, Environment of
Care (injury/illness prevention, fire/life safety, hazardous
materials, emergency preparedness, utilities management, medical
equipment management, safety, and security management), infection
control (standard precautions, TB Exposure Control Plan, Bloodborne
Pathogen Exposure Control Plan).
Demonstrates knowledge of and follows safety practices. Understands
the importance of safety, including patient safety in the
workplace. Maintains a safe environment for self and others.
Actively participates in the Patient Safety Program, including
event reporting. Identifies sentinel events/near misses and
responds per defined organization processes. Participates in
education activities and process implementation. Demonstrates
advocacy for the patient/customer and appropriately acknowledges
patients, customers, and visitors.
The above statements reflect the essential functions considered
necessary to describe the principal content of the job. They are
not intended to be a complete statement of all work requirements or
duties that may be inherent in the job.
Primarily an inside building/office environment, well lighted and
ventilated, which may consist of multiple treatment and/or work
Fast and continuous work pace with variable workload.
Frequent contact with staff and public under a variety of
circumstances. Requires ability to communicate clearly (in English)
verbally and in writing for effective communication with other
staff members, physicians, vendors, community members, patients and
patient families, employees, and applicants of all socio-economic
levels from a diverse cultural and ethnic population.
Subject to many interruptions from multiple calls and inquiries and
potentially emotional situations involving accidents, injuries,
illness and/or death.
Handles emergency/crisis situations in accordance with Hospital
Answers phones or pages; may carry a beeper/pager, and/or use a
Occasional travel may be required.
Potential risk of exposure to hazards from chemicals (toxic and
non-toxic), flammable materials, gas or electrical or radiant
energy or equipment with/without moving parts.
Key for Physical Demands
66 to 100% of the time
33 to 65% of the time
0 to 32% of the time
Clerical/Administrative Non-Patient Care
Frequent/continuous sitting with occasional, intermittent
Continuous use of bilateral upper extremities in fine motor
activities requiring fingering, grasping, and forward reaching
between waist and chest level.
Occasional/intermittent reaching at or above shoulder level.
Occasional/intermittent bending, squatting, kneeling,
pushing/pulling, twisting, and climbing.
Occasional/intermittent lifting and carrying objects/equipment
weighing up to 25 pounds.
Continuous use of near vision, hearing, and verbal communication
skills in handling telephone calls, interacting with customers and
co-workers and performing job duties.%483772%
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