Major Responsibilities:Directs the recruitment process for campus faculty and staff positions and conducts new employee orientation and on-boarding.Implements employment policies and operating procedures in conformance with guidelines established by the College.Maintains all employee records and files, including appropriate salary, classification, position management, evaluation, and benefits data. Reviews and monitors employee data entered into HRIS to ensure validity and accuracy.In collaboration with Systems Office HR, administers campus workers compensation, risk management, leaves of absence, benefits, and wellness program.In collaboration with Systems Office Talent Development, implements employee professional development and training initiatives and tracks employee completion.Reviews the annual Affirmative Action Plan and establishes appropriate goals. Assists in promoting diversity initiatives within the campus.Directs the completion of annual performance reviews and annual review of job descriptions.Provides counsel and advice to campus supervisors and employees on employee relations and performance issues.Works collaboratively with the College General Counsel s office and Systems Office Human Resources on employment related matters.Serves as the campus HR representative in legal proceedings, working with the College General Counsel.Plans and oversees the annual campus Employee Recognition Program.Work with regional leaders to identify diversity and inclusion goals, and to encourage and support efforts to recruit and retain a diverse student body, faculty, and staff offering appropriate assistance to schools and departments to achieve diverse applicant pools for academic and staff positions.Initiate programs, training sessions, workshops and discussions to foster institutional awareness of, and commitment to, student, faculty, and staff diversity goals, including diversity awareness, gender equity and equal opportunity for all qualified candidates for appointment and promotion.The above list of duties is not to be construed as an exhaustive list. Other duties logically associated with the position may be assigned.Minimum Qualifications:Bachelor s Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, or related field required.Three years work experience in a human resources department and three years of supervisory experience required.Demonstrated knowledge of the principles and practices of human resources administration required.Must be adept at resolving individual and group conflicts, and have excellent problem solving, decision making and written and oral communication skills.Requires a highly self-motivated individual with demonstrated leadership abilities and hands on approach to analyze, develop and administer HR programs in a complex organization.Ability to promote an inclusive environment that reflects the broad diversity and backgrounds represented by our students and employees and which every individual feels respected and valued.Must have a strong customer service focus and service delivery approach and be able to travel.Demonstrate the ability to empathize with and relate to special populations, particularly racially and culturally diverse individuals.Master s Degree or related professional certification preferred.
Associated topics: chief human resource officer, chro, director, guide, guidance, leader, manager, monitor, senior associate, senior director