Embattled Alameda City Manager Jill Keimach walked away from the job Tuesday under a lucrative agreement with the city.
San Joaquin General Hospital is seeking an experienced and dedicated human resources professional to join the executive and senior management team to provide leadership support and administrative oversight of key hospital human resources functions.
This position will report directly to the hospital Chief Executive Officer and will be responsible for performing a wide variety of high level human resource functions. Candidates should have an in-depth understanding of principles and practices of human resources administration, working knowledge of supervision, management and employee development. Candidates will also be well-versed in the administration of current federal and state employment laws, including leave administration, FEHA/ADA compliance and EEO laws.
The ideal candidate must be able to quickly grasp the values and service standards of San Joaquin General Hospital and build collaborative working relationships within and outside of the organization who have varying degrees of interest.
For more information regarding this excellent opportunity, including desirable qualifications, salary and benefits, and information on how to apply, please visit the full position posting.
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