Chief Human Resources Officer 8319-75183-01

Job Description

The Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) is the senior executive for Human Resources, reports to the President/CEO and serves as a member of the executive leadership team.  The CHRO will serve as a strategic and operational leader for the System, further aligning the organization’s human capital with the vision of establishing a collaborative approach across all affiliated organizations, enhancing Midland-Memorial as a healthcare system that is highly committed to the development of its leaders and creating a best in class workplace.  This individual provides leadership and day to day oversight of the Human Resources’ staff.


·         Oversees the development and administration of:

o   Benefit programs and compensation salary structures

o   Performance management and organization

o   Leadership and staff development

o   Employee relations and culture building

o   Employee recruitment and retention

o   Human Resources policies and procedures

o   Cultural diversity and inclusion

·         Acts as senior –level advisor on human resources issues to other executives and all levels of employees throughout the hospital.

·         Manages the budget and other financial measures of the human resources department.

·         As a member of executive leadership team, assists in the development of strategic initiatives and action plans.

·         Translates MMH’s organizational strategies and tactics into responsive workforce plans to achieve hospital’s success.

·         Evaluates and advises on the impact of long-range planning of new programs/strategies and regulatory action as those items impact the attraction, engagement, development and retention of the people resources of the hospital.

·         Establishes the Human Resources function of the future.



·         Master’s degree required preferably in human resources or business administration related field.

·         Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) Certified by the Human Resources Certification Institute is preferred.

·         Eight to ten years of human resources responsibility with at least five years of executive/management experience in a matrixed organization, as well as experience with healthcare, employee relations, compensation and benefits, recruitment, culture transformation, organizational development and performance management.

·         Demonstrated experience building a people resource foundation that successfully develops and supports a high performing workforce. 

·         Experience with implementing a HCM enterprise system and processes to fully and effectively manage end to end HR solutions.

Date Posted:
Midland Memorial Hospital Main Campus
Midland, Texas
Human Resources