Senior Human Resources Generalist

Who we are

Healthcare organizations are challenged to deliver higher quality care at a lower cost. Our award-winning team provides health IT staffing, advisory consulting, and managed services that result in a stronger business with better patient outcomes. Ranked as a best place to work by nine publications, Nordic’s culture provides our home office and consultants a supportive environment in healthcare that allows you to make a difference, be happy, and grow your career.

Your role

A Nordic senior human resources generalist will make it about "we" serving as the primary HR contact for assigned internal clients and HR managers. You'll need to act like an owner by proactively identifying and implementing strategies that aid in achieving Nordic's business objectives. If this sounds like you, here’s what you’ll need:

  • Four or more years of experience in human resources
  • Prior experience with Workday (HRIS) strongly preferred
  • Proven experience in negotiating situations to a mutually beneficial outcome preferred
  • Proven ability to connect with a wide range of audiences and build quick rapport
  • Strong ability to maintain confidentiality

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Full Job Description

Senior Human Resources Generalist

The senior human resources generalist provides proactive consultation and coaching to internal business partners and assists with internal initiatives. This role also serves as an advocate for the employee experience and provides guidance to all phases of the employee lifecycle, such as culture, onboarding, performance management and retention, employee relations, and offboarding.  

Key Responsibilities

The senior human resources generalist's responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Serving as the primary HR contact for assigned internal clients and human resources managers
  • Working closely with internal business partners to proactively identify and implement strategies that aid in achieving Nordic’s business objectives
  • Serving as a champion of company culture, modeling Nordic’s maxims and delivering exceptional employee experiences
  • Providing consultation and coaching to departmental management, providing HR guidance and policy interpretation where necessary
  • Collaboratively working with HR teammates and business partners to develop programs, policies, and solutions that enable success for each business unit and align to company vision
  • Guiding day-to-day performance management with departmental managers and employees (performance reviews, career development, disciplinary actions, etc.)
  • Serving as a contact and lead for mid-level employee relations issues by conducting effective, thorough, and objective assessments and implementing appropriate resolutions
  • Fostering a team culture of continuous improvement by identifying and implementing operational efficiencies
  • Analyzing data trends and metrics; using insights to inform recommendations to departmental and business unit leaders
  • Conducting employee exit interviews and pulling reports monthly to report back to business line senior leaders
  • Maintaining HR information system records and analyzes associated data to make decisions
  • Recommending new approaches, policies, and procedures to drive continuous improvement in the HR department
  • Helping to coordinate and prep for items such as internal trainings, performance reviews, and merit reviews
  • Assisting with preparing reports for internal clients, as needed
  • Maintaining compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment, employment law, and benefits
  • Working on projects that may be assigned on an ad hoc basis and may assist other corporate initiatives as necessary, directed, assigned, or requested

Skills and Experience

  • 4+ years of human resources experience required; multiple disciplines strongly preferred
  • Proven ability to connect with a wide range of audiences and build quick rapport
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, with a focus on customer service
  • Prior experience with Workday (HRIS) strongly preferred
  • Driven to move quickly and motivated to win
  • Able to balance urgent, short-term needs with strategic, long-term priorities
  • Adaptable and able to embrace the gray with a positive attitude
  • Strong ability to maintain confidentiality 
  • Proven experience in negotiating situations to a mutually beneficial outcome
  • Previous merger & acquisition and/or international experience a plus
  • Advanced experience with the Microsoft Suite, including PowerPoint, Excel, and Word
  • Organized, with strong attention to detail
  • Must demonstrate and embody Nordic’s maxims

Compensation and Additional Details

  • Occasional travel up to 5% of the time

  • Salary will be based on skills and experience

  • Benefits package offered
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