Salary is based on qualifications, skills, and experience
4 Year Degree
Internal Number: R3267
The specific duties and responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to:
Provides strong and proven leadership in defining and managing the mission and vision of the Division of Human Resources;
Develop strategies for achieving the mission and vision of the Division of Human Resources;
Develop human resources goals consistent with and in conjunction with IRSC mission and plan;
Serves as the institutional leader in all HR matters, serving as a liaison in providing direction and support to IRSC administrators and employees in HR-related matters;
Manages all employees in HR toward the development of a HR-business partner model to engage, serve and advise the campus community on all HR matters;
Promote and support organizational development by building a strategic approach to succession planning and workforce development;
Assess resource needs and oversees the development of departmental budget (annual and three-year planning) and assures expenditure of funds are consistent with planning and College procedures;
Use industry best practices and benchmarks as guiding principles for departmental goals;
Applies business process redesign concepts to departmental services to continuously improve customer service and delivery;
Oversees HR as the official records custodian of all employee records and ensures the maintenance of all employee personnel files in accordance with federal and state laws and state board rules;
Maintain currency with, and monitors, compliance with federal laws, state and local statutes, District Board of Trustee policies, Institutional procedures, regulations, and Attorney General and Counsel Opinions pertaining to Human Resources, including dissemination and counseling in the interpretation and application of same to college officials or administration as needed or requested. Develops or updates policies and procedures as needed;
Promote an IRSC community culture that values diversity and inclusion and provides support for diversity and inclusion related mission and goals;
Participates in collective bargaining negotiations when so assigned;
Reports directly to the Vice President of Administration and Finance, CFO;
Completes other duties and responsibilities as the President and Vice President of Administration and Finance, CFO may direct.
The qualifications and skill requirements for this position include:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in Human Resources or related field required. Master’s degree preferred;
PHR, SPHR, and/or SHRM-SCP or other related certification preferred;
Significant leadership experience in human resources with 5 years of experience managing and developing Human Resources teams;
Demonstrated technical expertise in a variety of Human Resource functions;
Demonstrable knowledge of laws, statutes and regulations pertaining to Human Resources Management;
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, effective communication with all organizational levels (employees and management);
Ability to develop a budget;
Effective interpersonal skills; well organized with the ability to multi-task; flexible; creative; and effective time management skills;
Ability to be an effective decision-maker and creative problem solver;
Experience in the higher education sector is preferred, but IRSC is open to talented individuals from other sectors.
A leader in education and innovation, Indian River State College (IRSC) transforms lives by offering high-quality, affordable and accessible education—in-person at campuses in Florida’s Indian River, Martin, Okeechobee, and St. Lucie counties, and online to students everywhere through IRSC Global.
With five campuses and numerous other sites, IRSC is the dominant educational and cultural center in the four-county region it serves. Some 30,000 students, representing nearly every state and more than 110 foreign countries, study at IRSC annually. The College offers more than 100 programs leading to Bachelor’s degrees, Associate degrees, technical certificates and applied technology diplomas, as well as career and technical education and apprenticeship programs that lead to professional licensure or certification. IRSC students graduate job-and transfer-ready as a result of internships, capstone projects and service learning opportunities that complement their academic goals. Credits earned at IRSC seamlessly transfer into Baccalaureate Degree programs offered at IRSC and at colleges and universities throughout the State of Florida, and beyond.
IRSC Global offers 15 online degrees... and hundreds of online courses. Courses within IRSC Global degree programs are nationally certified through Quality Matters (QM).
Indian River State College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. It is a member of The Florida College System, a network of 28 state colleges that operates under the auspices of the Florida Department of Education.