The purpose of this position is to provide management and supervision of the Human Resources division of the District including payroll, recruitment/hiring and employment of staff, employee evaluation and discipline, employee compensation and benefits, regulatory compliance with HR and Payroll related regulations and equal opportunity/equity. The Director is responsible for developing and ensuring implementation of plans, policies and processes for workforce, legal compliance and recordkeeping, employee relations and payroll. Serves as a member of the administrative leadership team. Serves as a resource person in collective bargaining negotiations. Assists with the implementation of the District’s Quality Faculty Plan. Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educations workshops, reviewing professional publications, participating in professional societies and statewide committees. Participates on IVCCD committees. Assumes other related duties and responsibilities as required.
Completion of Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, or other related area. 5 years of experience in the human resources field required. Master’s Degree in related field preferred. Experience cannot be substituted for education. Education cannot be substituted for experience. CP or SCP certification through the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM), and/or Professional-Human Resources (PHR) certification and/or Senior Professional Human Resources (SPHR) certification preferred.
Iowa Valley Community College District (IVCCD) was organized in 1966 as one of 15 community college districts in Iowa. IVCCD is unique among Iowa's community college districts because it operates two separate community colleges under the umbrell of one district. There is no Iowa Valley Community College...rather, the District operates Ellsworth Communicy College in Iowa Falls (founded in 1890), Marshalltown Community College (founded in 1927), and Iowa Valley Continuing Education, as well as a satellite center (Iowa Valley Grinnell, established in 1993).ECC and MCC offer one-year and two-year career-technical programs as well as Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) transfer degrees. Iowa Valley Continuing Education offers training for business and industry as well as thousands of adult education programs and services througout the Central Iowa service area. Iowa Valley Grinnell offers both college credit and adult education programs and services in Poweshiek County.