TheDirectorof HumanResources(HR)leads a human resourcesprogramthat supports the Schoolâ™sstrategic goals.
Manages alloperations for the HR department and supervises staff.
Leads the recruiting and hiring process including job description development, interview coordination, hiring, and onboarding; manages restructuring and reorganization planning and implementation.
Manages annual compensation planning, tracks compensation budget, and oversee administration of payroll-related activities.
In coordination with School Administration,sets policies and establishesandmaintainsgoals,priorities, and programs foradministrative services that are consistentwith theSchoolâ™smission,values, and strategic plan.
Provides a leadership roleto recruit and retain a diversestaff, and to foster a workplacethatcentersdiversity,equity and inclusionpractices.
EnsurescompliancewithUniversity HumanResources and Provostâ™s Officepolicies andstandards, as well as allrelevantemploymentlaws.Advises and counsels supervisorsandmanagers on federal, state and localemploymentlaws and regulations.
Keeps abreast of changesaffecting human resources and assumes an active leadership and advocacy rolewithin the field.
Develops human resourcesprocedures, and workflows and oversees theirimplementation.
Represents the Schoolâ™s human resource needs to the Provostâ™s Office, University HR, and otherUniversityadministrative units.
Performs otherrelatedwork as needed.
Represents the Crown School in all labor and employee relationsmatters,including grievances,complaints, and legalissues.Workswith the appropriate University(Legal,Employee and Labor Relations)and externaloffices (union representatives)to coordinate effective handling of dispute resolutions.
Assists managers and staff in understanding of employmentlaw,Universityand Schoolpolicies and procedures, and the collectivebargaining agreement.
Leads and supports supervisorsthroughdisciplinaryprocedures,including coaching and othercorrective action activities, and assistsmanagers and staff in resolving personnelissues whileensuring compliancewithguidelines and laws.
In partnership with the Provostâ™s Office, manages recruitment, appointment, and promotion processes for Faculty and Other Academic Appointees using the University's applicant tracking system, and coordinates all faculty and academic candidate visits.
Supports searches for new faculty and other appointees, development of offers of appointment, onboarding of new appointees, reappointment and promotion of faculty and other academic personnel, leaves, retirements, and other departures.
Oversees staffrecruitment process and provides guidance forclerical,exempt,non-exempt searches.
Performance Management andCompensation
Oversees the School's performancemanagementprocess,including the review and improvement of performancemanagementtools.
Counsels/coaches employees and management,including advice on professionaldevelopmentalternatives and union relations.
Responsible forallstaffclassification and compensation activitiesincluding development,review,and maintenance of staff job descriptions and classification of positions.
Demonstrates proficiency with MicrosoftOffice (Word,Excel,PowerPoint,etc.), Outlook, Workday HRIS, Interfolio.
Demonstrates experienceworkingwith human resources information systems (HRIS) and applicanttracking systems.
Experience using meetingsoftwareand applications such as Skype,Goto meeting,Zoom,etc.
Working knowledge of relevantfederal,state, and municipalemployment laws and regulations(including those related toEEO/AA;FLSA;FMLA;ADA;and OSHA).
Demonstrates criticalthinking and analyticalskills.
Outstanding oraland written communication skills.
Strongorganizationalskills and attention to detailand accuracy.
Demonstrates ability to handle sensitive information,exercise discretion, and maintainconfidentiality.
Cover Letter (required)
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