Salary Range: $8,500 to $22,175 Monthly (Commensurate with Experience)
Final Filing Date: 12/19/19
We all want a world that is healthier, sustainable, safer and more enjoyable. UC Davis Human Resources is helping us get there by striving to always put people first. As a top-ranked research university, and the second-largest employer in the region, it’s no wonder our employees are leading the way in teaching, research, public service and patient care.
The Deputy Chief Human Resources Officer (DCHRO) is a senior HR leader position reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Human Resources Officer (AVC and CHRO). The DCHRO is a member of the Core Human Resources leadership team that provides strategic leadership and oversight of all UC Davis human resources (HR) functions, partnering with leadership to help shape the future of the university. The DCHRO is an organization-wide expert specifically dedicated to supporting UCDH as a senior HR leader, and is also accountable to lead the Organizational Excellence portfolio for UC Davis. The DCHRO has significant impact and influence on organizational policy and program development through directing programs with organization-wide impact that include formulating strategies and administering policies, processes, and resources.
Minimum of 7 years of increasing responsible and directly related experience in a multidisciplinary, industry leading organization
Demonstrated leadership abilities to oversee multiple functions or departments through subordinate managers
Advanced knowledge of organizational and systemwide personnel policies and applicable laws and regulations
Excellent communication skills with a diversity of communication styles; demonstrates a high level of political acumen; communicates effectively orally/in writing
Demonstrated ability to make decisions regarding hiring, evaluating, and development of subordinates
Advanced degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or a related field
Experience working in both large, complex healthcare environment; and higher education institutions
Advanced knowledge of specific functions in a university's HR management information systems
Advanced skills in strategy development, systems planning and change management
All health practitioners have mandatory reporting responsibilities when an adult (or a minor who meets special circumstances as described in UCDMC Hospital P&P 1408) presents at UCDHS as an outpatient or inpatient from any source, and if a person presents for treatment of injuries related to domestic violence; or if one has knowledge of or observes a child who one knows or reasonably suspects is the victim of child abuse; or if one has knowledge of, or reasonably suspects that an elder or a dependent adult is the victim of elder/dependent adult abuse. Non-health practitioners, who suspect that an individual is a victim of abuse as outlined above, are required to report their suspicions to a health practitioner. All employees have a mandatory responsibility for knowing and complying with the Code of Conduct standards and the Compliance Program.
This position may be subject to a criminal background investigation, drug screen, Live Scan fingerprinting, medical evaluation clearance, and functional capacity assessment.
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