Committed. Compassionate. Complete. That’s Cooper University Health Care. As the leading academic medical center in South Jersey, our team is comprised of more than 7,000 employees, including 630 employed physicians, and more than 600 of our employees are Camden residents, making Cooper one of Camden City’s largest employers.
As an HR Business Partner, you will be dedicated and accountable for building valued relationships, driving HR initiatives, implementing best practices, and ensuring client deliverables are met and work is of high quality. You’ll partner and collaborate with your assigned client groups and business units to drive innovative people strategies in support of Cooper’s strategic imperatives.
Special requirements include:
Refer to job post for a more complete list of requirements and qualifications
- Bachelor’s degree required/preferred with 5 years of progressive HR generalist experience.
- PHR/SPHR strongly preferred, or willing to obtain.
- Bilingual English/Spanish a PLUS.
- Problem-solver, enthusiastic, fun-spirited, considerate, competent, and respectful of others and maintain the highest level of integrity.
- Strong presentation skills.
If you’re ready to join our team, we’re ready to hear from you. Apply today.
At Cooper University Health Care, our commitment to providing extraordinary health care begins with our team. Our extraordinary professionals are continuously discovering clinical innovations and enhanced access to the most up-to-date facilities, equipment, technologies, and research protocols. We have a commitment to our employees by providing competitive rates and compensation, comprehensive employee benefits programs, attractive working conditions, and the chance to build and explore a career opportunity by offering professional development.
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Cooper University Health Care is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, age, religion, disabilities, marital status, protected Veteran status, national origin, or any other category protected by federal or state law.