Stanford Children’s Health | Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford (LPCH) has retained Summit Talent Group to conduct a national search for the leadership position of Executive Director – Labor, Employee Relations & Compliance (Exec Director). This position reports to the Marcie Atchison, the newly appointed Chief Human Resources Officer, and is part of the Human Resources executive leadership team comprised of Operations, HRIS & Benefits; Enterprise Learning & Development; Compensation & Talent Acquisition; and HR Business Partners.
Critical to success is a sophisticated executive that:
• Embraces the HR model of both content expertise (Labor, Employee Relations & Compliance) and functional capability (business acumen and internal consultancy) in support of executive leaders in the organization.
• Embodies a “service” culture that highlights internal customer responsiveness, employee engagement, and alignment with LPCH’s strategies, mission, vision, and values.
• Serves as a mentor to the staff — promoting opportunities for training, employee wellness, and career advancement.
• Communicates effectively and comfortably with all levels of leadership and employees; conveys a style of humility that reinforces the message of commitment to LPCH’s caregivers, supporting their outreach and service to patients, families and the community.
Additional aspects of the role include:
• Advisor to LPCH executives and senior management regarding strategic labor and employee relations and HR Compliance matters of significance to the hospital.
• Chief negotiator for LPCH, the Exec Director oversees all contract bargaining, interpretation, application, and compliance with relevant laws, policies, and rules.
• Formulates labor policy, negotiates collective bargaining agreements and coordinates grievance procedures and complaints resulting from disputes with unionized employees.
• Responsible for exercising considerable latitude and judgment in the management of a wide range of labor relations and negotiations processes.
• Prepares recommendations and advises officials on fostering and promoting harmonious labor – management relations regarding contract proposals, language and economic terms.
• Provides oversight and direction to the HR Compliance function.
The ideal candidate:
• Education: Bachelor’s degree in a work-related discipline/field from an accredited college or university. A Master’s degree is highly valued.
• Experience: Seven (7) years of progressively responsible and directly related work experience, including three (3) years of management responsibility.
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