JOB OPENING: Director of Human Resources

July 12, 2021

Company/Regional Office:    Mississippi Organ Recovery Agency

Reporting Relationship:         Chief Business Officer

Work Schedule:                      8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday

Exemption Status:                   Exempt

Emergency Status:                  Essential

Supervisory Position:             Supervisory

General Statement (Summary of duties & responsibilities):

The Director of Human Resources is responsible for providing the development and administration of the Human Resources programs that support the values and mission of Mississippi Organ Recovery Agency while maintaining the ability to maximize its human resources in the achievement of goals and objectives.

Organizational Responsibility

As an employee of MORA, it is important to: value our commitment to our mission and vision; maintain effective communication and teamwork; respect diversity; follow policies and procedures; demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness while meeting productivity standards; observe safety and security procedures; be consistently punctual and dependable; and continually demonstrate our core values.

Education & Work Experience Qualifications:

  1.  Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or other related fields.  Master’s degree preferred.
  1.  Minimum of five years work experience in a human resources or management experience required.  Medical industry experience preferred.
  1. Requires relevant certification in human resources or ability to obtain within 2 years of being hired.  Once certified, you must obtain the required continuing education or recertification credits/process.
  1. Strong communication and interpersonal skills including effective written correspondence, active listening, and professional customer service response at all levels.
  1. Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.  Proven skilled and competent in using technology-based tools such as personal computers and related software and mobile devices.
  1. Strong understanding of state and federal requirements and regulations in relation to HR and employee/employment rights.  Demonstrating solid judgment and experience assessing risks relative to the business.
  1. Must be organized, detail oriented, self-directed, motivated contributor with ability to function autonomously and effectively lead, to execute reasonable and sound decision-making.

Essential Job Functions

  1.  Manage day-to-day human resources operations, monitoring the effectiveness of key inclusive work processes supporting a workplace in which all individuals thrive.
  1.  Maintains all personnel, medical, I-9, payroll and employee medical files.
  1. Oversees all activities related to processing of paychecks and payroll data including court-ordered deductions, Donor Family Fund donations and 401(k) contributions.
  1. Handles employee relations issues in partnership with the management team.  Administers corrective action consistent with the organization’s policies and federal and state laws.
  1. Identify, develop and communicate Human Resources policies, procedures and systems to assure organizational compliance with applicable laws and accreditation requirements, and to positively impact morale through equitable treatment of team members.
  1. Conducts investigations as needed.
  1. Oversees the recruitment of personnel
  1. Assures job descriptions are up to date and accurately reflect organizational and functional expectations
  1. Review salary structure on a regular basis to assure the salaries reflect competitive levels of pay for all positions
  1.  Provide leadership to the development and management of benefits, leaves of absence, workers’ compensation, disability, sick leave, OSHA and safety practices to reflect inclusive policies and processes supporting a workplace in which all individuals thrive.
  1. Oversees the organization’s strategy for learning and education and responsible for the design, delivery, and maintenance of effective employee training systems.
  1. Performs OIG check on all transplant surgeons, Advisory Committee members, Board of Directors, full-time and part-time employees, as well as PRNs, on an annual basis.
  1. Ensures that MORA maintains current medical licenses for Medical Director, Associate Medical Director for Tissue, Surgical Director and all transplant surgeons.
  1. Performs administrative duties, regarding the Advisory Committee and Board of Directors, for the CEO.
  1. Shall be responsible for implementing, monitoring and reporting department’s performance matrix monthly to the QAPI department for review and confirmation.  Will, in conjunction with leadership team, establish yearly quality and performance goals for approval by the Advisory Board and/or Board of Directors.
  1. Shall ensure that agency’s QA/PI policies and procedures are implemented and followed within their department.
  1. Performs other duties as assigned by the Chief Business Officer.

Non-Essential Job Functions:

1.  NONE (at this time)

Physical Environment/Working Conditions:

Normal office environment and may be required to use his/her private auto for job-related ground transportation.  Company reimbursement for personal auto use while on the job is consistent with IRS & MORA guidelines.

Category III – Definition

The incumbent in this position has virtually no potential for occupational exposure.

Equipment/Machinery Used:

Telephone, copier, computer, calculator, and fax machine.  Appropriate orientation to the equipment is provided.

The incumbent will have access to confidential material and is required to use discretion with this information.

Please send resume to awilliams@msora.org. Deadline to apply is July 28, 2021.