Monarch Healthcare Management
  • 20-Jul-2018 to 18-Aug-2018 (CST)
  • Roseville, MN, USA
  • Regular Scheduled

Position Summary: 

The Regional HR Consultant provides guidance and support to HR Directors of assigned facilities on all aspects of human resource issues including compensation, benefits, performance management, recruiting, coaching and counseling, disciplinary action, legal compliance, policy interpretation, training and other employee relation issues.



Works as a liaison between Monarch Payroll and Employee Benefits staff and the facility HR Directors. Maintains a high level of knowledge of benefit programs. Monitors the adherence to company policies regarding compliance, integrity, privacy and ethical practices. Reviews all corrective actions and uploads to HRIS systems. Provides guidance and instruction on proper execution of corrective actions according to policy, as necessary. Recommends revisions or drafts of new policies and procedures to the VP of Human Resources for implementation. Responsible for processing Unemployment claims and represents the organization at hearings as necessary. Monitors compliance postings for each facility location. Conducts training to educate and promote awareness of HR compliance issues, procedures, policies and standards. Works with VP HR and facility HR Directors in responding to claims for EEOC, Code of Conduct, discrimination, harassment and other legal/policy issues assuring compliance to all Company policies, Federal, State and local laws. Conducts complaint investigations and provides resolution recommendations to VP of HR and VP of Operations and represents the organization at hearings, as necessary. Coordinates with the facility HR Directors to compile and submit the PBJ, OFCCP, AAP, VETS and EEO reports, as applicable. Assists HR Directors with AAP, OFCCP or DOL Audits.



Bachelor's Degree in Human Resource Management or Business Administration with an emphasis in Human Resources required. Two years of Human Resource experience preferred. Must have a strong knowledge of human resources practices and employment labor laws. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.  Strong organizational skills. Must be able to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation. Must qualify for employment, after criminal background check, per guidelines of the Department of Human Services.

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