Executive Director of Human Resources
Executive Director of Human ResourcesClassification Title:
Director/Executive DirectorMin Salary:
$ 76,636Salary Type:
E = ExemptPosition Type::
The Executive Director of Human Resources will assist with administering the operational HR functions for College employees, including employee relations, talent acquisition, compensation, benefits, and other employee services. The Executive Director will also review HR policies and procedures for changes; and assist with Title IX, ADA, FMLA, OSHA, and workers’ compensation issues.
In conjunction with the CHRO, this position will serve as the champion for diversity, equity, and inclusion and work within the college to promote those efforts. The Executive Director of Human Resources will work in close consultation with the CHRO to ensure a positive workplace where employees can do their best work.
Bachelor’s degree in human resources or a related field and six (6) years of experience in Human Resources with two (2) years of experience in specific HR function.Desired Education/Experience/Skills::
Master’s degree in business administration, human resources management, public administration, organizational development, or industrial psychology.
Certifications – Process improvement, agile or lean process management
Knowledge of applicable state and federal employment laws. Knowledge of typical office procedures. Knowledge of process management/process improvement practices. Excellent communication and organizational skills, both verbal and written. Proactive customer service orientation. Ability to work independently, within a team, and with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
Computer proficiency and technical aptitude with the ability to utilize MS Office Suite. Excellent organizational skills. Ability to prioritize and handle multiple assignments with attention to detail. Ability to handle confidential information with absolute discretion.
Human ResourcesWork Hours::
09/02/2020Open Until Filled:
YesDuty and Responsibility::
1) In conjunction with the CHRO, provide interpretation, advice, and technical direction on all human resources programs/activities to ensure college is compliant with labor and employment law, including managing internal investigations, EEOC/DOL claims, government/state audits, lawsuits, updating and managing employee handbooks, etc.Duty and Responsibility::
2) Actively participates in, the handling of employee relations issues e.g., coaching and counseling employees, assisting with disciplinary processes, handling sensitive employee issues.Duty and Responsibility::
3) Identify specific training programs to help employees maintain or improve job skills.Duty and Responsibility::
4) Acts as the Deputy Title IX coordinator assists with Title IX compliance training. Reviews and further develops Title IX and other civil rights policies and procedures as related to current HR procedures/practices.Duty and Responsibility::
5) Researches, develops, recommends, and executes creative strategies to foster the colleges diversity, equity, and inclusion work.Duty and Responsibility::
6) Reviews current practices and policies, assessing and analyzing the extent to which they support or hinder the college’s diversity goals.Duty and Responsibility::
7) Assess training needs through surveys, interviews with employees, focus groups, and/or consultation with managers.Duty and Responsibility::
8) Design, plan, organize and direct orientation and training for employees.Duty and Responsibility::
9) Supports the employment process, including processing applicants, analyzing applicant information, applicant screenings, recommendations to hiring manager on hires and working with managers with onboarding.Duty and Responsibility::
10) Conduct training sessions to inform and educate managers on a variety of topics.Duty and Responsibility::
11) Analyzes compensation and benefits. Reviews trends in compensation and benefits; researches and proposes competitive performance and pay programs to ensure the college attracts and retains top talent.