Overview

Job Location:
Main Campus – Orange

Work Location

Orange, California

Work Shift

Day – 08hrs (United States of America)

Why CHOC?

At CHOC Children’s, we strive to be the leading destination of children’s health by providing exceptional and innovative care. We are responsible for the overall health of our community’s pediatric population in our hospitals, clinics, and practices. And because of our breadth of care, your career at CHOC Children’s can be as diverse and fulfilling as you determine. CHOC Children’s compensation structure, benefits offerings, and career development programs are geared to helping you achieve your professional and personal goals. Apply now to see where your career at CHOC Children’s can take you.

Job Summary

The HR Business Partner (HRBP) Compliance and Associate Relations is responsible for investigating complex associate relations cases, including but not limited policy violations, harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. This position plays a key role in risk mitigation and partners closely with management to ensure a positive associate experience. Develops and implements internal guidance and provides regulatory and policy advice on workforce relations matters, including managing disputes and grievances, conducting investigations, and reporting on associate and labor relations issues and trends. Performs associate and/or labor relations activities, assists with HR investigation efforts, supports reporting enterprise associate information and external benchmarks, and supports HR compliance.

Experience

• Required: Minimum four (4) years of professional Human Resources experience.  Analytical and goal oriented with demonstrable experience with HR metrics. Thorough knowledge of labor legislation. Full understanding of all HR functions and best practices.  

• Preferred: Two (2) years of healthcare experience.  Preferred previous experience as a HRBP.

Education

• Required: Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business, Communications or related field.

• Preferred: Master’s degree in related field.

Training

• Required: Experience in professional development and training a plus. Current in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to human resources and employee management, including worker’s compensation and federal and state employment laws.

Specialized Skills

• Required: Strong collaboration skills and ability to take direction effectively. Excellent communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills, strong organizational and time management skills. Demonstrated experience working effectively and accurately in a high volume, fast paced environment. Ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple tasks. Demonstrates empathy and experience driving inclusion work. Experience using data to identify insights that drive action. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. 

• Preferred: Knowledge of Workday HRIS system.

Licensure

• Required: None required.

• Preferred: SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP, PHR or SPHR.