ERNEST F. HART 41-65 Westmoreland Street o Little Neck, New York 11363 718-224-7793 o firstname.lastname@example.org CHIEF Human Resources OFFICER Exceptionally accomplished, poised, and visionary SeniorAdministrative and Policy professional with over 20 years of diverseexperience leveraging finely honed communication skills to buildstrong executive relationships, bring opposing views to consensus, andnegotiate favorable outcomes in complex situations. A seasoned leaderand confident decision-maker able to motivate large teams to displayoptimum teamwork and creativity to achieve organizational objectives.Adept at directing multi-level operations. Possesses broad insightsacross numerous disciplines including business administration, humanresources, law, labor negotiating, policymaking, and teaching. Able tosuccessfully advance diverse agendas of 2 city administrationsincluding the initiatives of New York City Mayor, Michael Bloomberg.Optimised resources and engineered significant deficit reductions. Labor Negotiations o Consensus Building o Policy Development oStrategy Development Human Resources o Collective Bargaining o Executive LevelRelationships o Administration Operational Management o Team Leadership & Motivation o Budgeting oProcess Assessment Financial Management o Deficit Reductions o Regulatory Compliance oWorkflow Processes Employment/Labor Laws o Civil Service Law o Department Restructuring PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC), New York o 2004-Present Associate Vice Dean Formulate and implement the Institution's strategic and policydirection for public sector affiliate. Negotiate affiliation andcollective bargaining agreements with the University's public sectoraffiliate and its unions. Duties and achievements included: Associate Dean/Chief Operating Officer, the Affiliation at HarlemHospital Responsible for supervision of an $80M academic and clinical serviceoperation overseeing strategic planning, process assessment andredesign, operational performance management, and financial oversightincluding revenue enhancements, expense reductions, and the FacultyPractice Plan. Additional management responsibilities included humanresources, grants, School of Radiologic Technology, IT, planning, andregulatory compliance.