HR Relationship & Services Manager [closed]

The HR Relationship & Services Manager leads and guides the Hospital HR team to deliver high quality HR service in relation to the various HR activities. He/she is the first point of contact for employees and managers on all day-to-day HR activities and issues. Reporting to the CEO VGH Karin Grech Hospital & VGH St.Luke’s Hospital he/she is also the liaison between the Corporate and Hospital HR teams.

The duties and responsibilities of the Employee Services Manager include:

  • Point of reference / adviser to the Hospital employees and management on the whole range of HR activities and issues including Reward, Employee Relations, Resourcing, L&D and Change Management
  • Responsible for the HR Administration including employee records, staff transfers, reward (progressions, increments and promotions), engagements & terminations and employee queries
  • Build and maintain relationships with hospital managers
  • Provide ER advice including in relation to formulation and implementation of Hospital related policies, disciplinary / grievance cases and Industrial Relations
  • Implementation of HR initiatives and changes including the new IT system
  • Analysis and compilation of statistical returns/reports/submissions
  • Periodical Performance Appraisal process
  • Liaising with employees and Finance department on payroll related queries
  • Maintenance of employee records and databases
  • Projecting a professional image of the HR Function through excellent customer service, operational effectiveness and efficiency
  • Carrying out any other duties according to exigencies as directed by the CEO VGH Karen Grech Hospital & VGH St Luke’s Hospital and / or the HR Director

The ideal candidate should:

  • Have minimum 2 years’ experience as an HR Manager
  • Possess strong communication skills both written and verbal
  • Possess strong leadership skills and ability to work without supervision
  • Be passionate about change and achieving operational excellence;
  • Preferably have worked in Healthcare
  • Preferably be familiar with the Public Service Management Code