Under the administrative supervision of the Executive Director, the Director of Human Resources is responsible for developing and executing strategic Human Resources (HR) functions in support of the overall agency strategic plan. Provide leadership and oversight at the highest level, in the areas of recruitment, employment, succession planning, performance management, benefits administration, compensation/payroll, employee relations, workers compensation, orientation and talent management, policy and procedure development, risk management, labor relations, and change management. The Director of Human Resources is the senior advisor to management and staff with regards to employee relations, HR programs, and serves as the internal consultant and liaison to Executive Management on HR legal issues with external legal counsel.
Required - Bachelor’s degree in human resources management and/or labor-employee relations, public administration, management, or related field is required. Ten to fifteen (10-15) years of management level and/or relevant experience is required. Senior Professional in Human Resources or SHRM Senior Certified Professional certification is preferred; or evidence that process is in place to obtain credential within 5 years.
Preferred - Master’s degree in human resources and/or labor-employee relations, public administration, management, or related field is preferred.