HO2104006 Chief Manager (Human Resources), Hong Kong Hospital Authority

Company/Organisation: Hong Kong Hospital Authority

Post Date: 1/4/2021

Job Title: Chief Manager (Human Resources)

Staff Group: Management and other professionals

Reference Number: HO2104006

Job Type: Full Time

Location: Head Office Cluster

Description: Rank : Principal Executive Officer Office : Human Resources Division, Hospital Authority Head Office Pay : HK$190,576 to HK$203,894 per month (including Monthly Allowance) [HMPS point 27 to 29] (See Remarks 4) Post A : Chief Manager (Human Resources)1 Post B : Chief Manager (Human Resources)2 Job Reporting to the Head of Human Resources, the Chief Managers will lead functional teams in staffing, non-clinical grade management, remuneration and benefits, performance management, discipline, Human Resources (HR) system; staff relations, staff engagement, training & development, staff wellbeing, and occupational safety & health. The incumbents will be accountable for developing, maintaining and enhancing all HR policies for the Hospital Authority (HA) with a particular focus on continuous modernization and ensuring that HR policies are enablers for organizational development, providing leadership and driving HR initiatives in building staff relations, enhancing staff engagement and communication, as well as integrating professional, clinical, operational skills and management training services for all HA staff and overseeing the leadership development and talent / succession management for the whole of HA. Key responsibilities will include: Enlist and foster support for the mission, values, strategies and policies of HA among staff members. Review, develop and maintain HR policies and procedures. Act as the custodian of HA’s “house rules” and Code of Conduct to ensure both are consistent with the espoused core values. With the upcoming development of new services / functions and the organization of HR in HA, the job duties of the incumbents might be subject to the changing organization structure while their current responsibilities are as follows: Post A Develop and implement policies related to appointment, remuneration, benefits, terms and conditions of employment, and termination and retirement according to principles of fairness and equality both internally and externally. Be an internal expert on the evaluation of roles for the purpose of determining and maintaining remuneration levels. Ensure the tools and methodologies for performance management including staff discipline policies are in line with a fair and open culture where performance is measured effectively and efficiently. Ensure open consultation with all grades of staff in the development of new or altered HR policies and practices. Oversee central recruitment of HA employees. Steer and direct development of non-clinical grade management function. Plan and develop HR systems for various HR functions to facilitate service enhancement and transformation and support major corporate initiatives. Post B Identify and monitor the organization’s culture to support attaining the organizational goals, promoting employee satisfaction and fostering staff morale. Introduce initiatives and programs to promote a HA-wide culture on `People First’ that values staff, build team behavior, and enhance staff relations and staff wellbeing. Enhance staff relations by maintaining close liaison with staff via various communication channels and continuous improvement in the effectiveness of staff communication. Design, direct and manage initiatives for succession planning and workforce development to ensure that there will be an ample supply of suitable candidates for mission critical positions in the organization while facilitating career progression and development of staff. Drive the integration of training and development for all levels of staff across different disciplines for meeting the organization’s operational needs and enhancing the quality of health care services. Build up leadership capacity and capability in HA via various leadership development initiatives. Lead and develop strategy for staff well-being and occupational safety & health by promoting, monitoring and addressing issues such as improving facilities, work designs and compensation management on a continuous basis. Requirements Tertiary education in HR Management or Business Management or equivalent. Minimum of 10 years ’ experience at senior HR or other leadership role in large, multi-sites organizations. Solid experience in leading or driving organization changes, developing and driving strategies for policy enablers, improved working environment and engaging staff in support of organization development. Exceptional communication skills ( oral and written). High level influencing and teamwork skills. Analytical and innovative. Demonstrated skills and experience in acting as an “employee advocate” to facilitate dispute resolution and effective negotiation. Proven track record in leading related HR functions in sizable organizations, preferably in public and / or commercial sectors and with experience in healthcare services.

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