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Director of Human Resources Resume


Desired Industry: Human Resources SpiderID: 32209
Desired Job Location: Bellevue, Washington Date Posted: 12/31/2009
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediate
Desired Wage: 130,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCES EXECUTIVE
Leadership / Strategic Planning / Human Capital ROI / Talent Management / Labor Relations

Strategic leadership roles with extensive experience in consumer products, health care, food distribution, retail, and manufacturing industries. A dedicated, decisive, and creative leader. Skilled at developing innovative solutions to HR issues in support of strategic business objectives. Effective communicator who develops strong rapport with associates at all levels of the organization, with an accessible/collaborative approach to both managers and staff.


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
CINTAS CORPORATION FEB. 2008-MARCH 2009
REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES, NW GROUP
Oversee regional HR activities for a multi-site, diversified publicly-held supplier of uniforms, industrial supplies, document management, hygiene products, and provider of industrial hygiene cleaning services. Regional activities include hiring, training, management development, succession planning, coaching, and regulatory compliance for US and Canadian operations.

HUMAN RESOURCE CONSULTING OCT. 2006-OCT.2007
Hired for various HR interim management project assignments, employee relations investigations, merger integration, and organizational development consulting projects during this time.

FOOD SERVICES OF AMERICA 2000-OCT. 2006
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, ASSOCIATE SERVICES, SEATTLE, WA
Provided strategic HR direction, organizational development, management development and training, senior-level recruitment, succession planning, and legal/regulatory compliance for a 3,500-person, $1.8b diversified food distribution company. Provided HR support to ten branch locations with associates in twenty states through a staff of eight. Provided HR consulting support to the $2.5b parent companys five subsidiaries.
X Established a company-wide automated management competency assessment process for use with candidates screening and incumbent management development.
X Managed all management development training and succession planning activities.
X Standardized executive recruitment for corporation and subsidiaries.
X Directed OFCCP, EEOC, and state Affirmative Action compliance; all claims during my tenure were handled with no negative findings or liabilities assessed.
X Managed design and introduction of consumer-directed health program as full replacement for existing health offerings, including design and implementation of a Health Savings Account (HSA), resulting $3m savings.
X Created consumer driven health and corporate wellness program, employing two RNs.
X Managed HR activities required for integration of three-unit acquisition, with sales in excess of $400m and operations in California, Nevada, Arizona, and Oregon.
X Managed all HR aspects of divestiture of $100m California facility.

MEDALIA HEALTHCARE, LLC 1997-1999
VICE PRESIDENT, HUMAN RESOURCES, SEATTLE, WA
Serving as Chief Human Resources executive, provided strategic direction as member of senior management team, leading HR for $200 million, 1,750-person ambulatory care medical group. Consulted with managers to develop strengths, improve effectiveness, and increase teams productivity.
X Organized/integrated all HR programs for 300+ physician group practice from two sponsoring organization partners.
X Managed HR component of restructuring process, reporting to Board.
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MEDALIA HEALTHCARE, LLC (CONTINUED)
X Led challenge of physician union petition through NLRB hearings and subsequent election campaign for 300-physician SEIU unit.
X Directed initial labor contract negotiations.
X Negotiated group insurance renewals at below-market rates.
IRA M. DUDEN CONSULTING ASSOCIATES 1996-1997
PRINCIPAL, BELLEVUE, WA
Operated full-service Human Resources consulting business directed to small and medium-sized organizations needing professional advisory services in: organizational development, executive recruiting, quality management training, compensation analysis and surveying,, and leadership development.
X Projects included national searches for senior staff for Harborview Medical Center (Seattle) and University of Washington Medical Center (Seattle).
X Conducted organizational development/training assignments for the City of Bainbridge Island, WA and Providence Medical Center, Everett, WA.
PACIFIC LINEN 1995-1996
CORPORATE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES, BOTHELL, WA
Oversaw HR for a $120 million specialty retailer, employing 1000+ associates in 53 locations, U.S. and Canada.
X Directed recruitment, legal compliance with state, federal, and provincial mandates, employee relations, and compensation and benefits.
X Developed restructuring program, reducing expenses by $2 million for fiscal 1996.
X Effectively managed downsizing, including outplacement services; maintained compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements.
CALIFORNIA PACIFIC MEDICAL CENTER 1993-1994
DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
Chief Human Resources executive for multi-site $585 million health care system, employing 5,000+. Advisor to senior leadership and Board on all aspects of HR strategy and policy development.
X Reshaped labor relations activities for five unions and 1,100 staff into productive, non-adversarial relationship that minimized grievances and avoided arbitrations.
X Managed operating budget of $2 million, total benefits budget of $39 million. Directed employment, employee relations, training.
X Designed and installed downsizing support system (reduced staffing by 25%, costs by $15 million), provided displaced staff with counseling and outplacement services.
CHILDRENS HOSPITAL AND REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER 1985-1993
ADMINISTRATOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES, SEATTLE, WA
Member of seven-person executive management team charged with directing operation of $120 million regional research/teaching pediatric hospital and medical center. Senior Human Resources officer, managing all HR activities for 2,450 employees. Managed Training and Development department. HR operating budget of $1.5 million, total benefits budget of $6.5 million.
X Redesigned/converted pension plan, offering employees first self-directed investment options and reverting $5 million in excess assets.
X Negotiated new cost-containment group insurance controls, resulting in improved performance, employee choice; yielded $380,000 refund.
X Managed all regulatory compliance, including EEO, ADA, OSHA, ERISA, DOL, and CDC.
X Negotiated labor agreements with three unions.


Education:
MBA, Personnel and Industrial Management, University of Oregon
BS, Business Administration, University of California, Berkeley


Affiliations:
Business Advisory Board Member, InjuryFree
SPHR Credential, Society for Human Resource Management
Adjunct faculty, University of Washington and Seattle Pacific University


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