HBS Human Resources is seeking a creative human resources professional to develop, design, and implement HR management solutions that enhance the organization's training and effectiveness. In this
BA/BS plus 8+ yrs. of significant experience in human resources focusing on training and professional development, organizational assessment and retention programs.
Master's degree in training/organizational development (or related field) preferred. Consultative experience working with all levels of an organization. Proven ability to research and assess existing organizational culture and structures and to develop new programs and approaches. Proven ability to manage the logistics of a learning and development program. Experience in higher education preferred, and/or experience working within a complex service organization. Successful candidate will have deep curiosity about organizations, proven experience with state of the art training and professional development approaches, engaging interpersonal style in individual meetings/presentations, and inspire confidence through expertise and a proactive service-delivery style. An interest in working with a small service delivery team who, together, provide a full range of HR services to the organization. Experience with (or a willingness to obtain certification) diagnostic/assessment tools including, but not limited to ESCI, LVI, Disc, Strong Interest Inventory, and Myers Briggs strongly preferred.
Candidates with less than 8 years of direct experience will be considered for the grade 58 salary band.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER: We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Internal Number: 48897BR
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