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DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES, MIT Libraries, to have primary responsibility for human resources within the MIT Libraries. Will quickly prioritize and address the operational needs of the organization while collaborating with colleagues within and outside of the Libraries to further their vision, mission, and values; balance addressing some long-standing gaps in policy and process with developing strong relationships; and lead a wide range of programs and functions for a service- and mission-driven organization of approximately 150 highly engaged and deeply committed staff. Responsibilities will include advising senior leadership; recruitment and retention programs; wage and salary administration; and employee relations, including bargaining unit negotiations and liaising.
REQUIRED: a bachelor's degree; seven years of progressive HR experience, including at least five years of management experience; experience leading, supporting, and valuing diverse teams and their ability to generate creative solutions to vexing problems; support for the Libraries' commitment to promoting the values of equity, diversity, inclusion, and social justice; excellent people management, listening, and influencing skills; ability to build consensus and gain the trust of organizational leadership and staff while influencing positive organizational outcomes; record of continually reviewing and improving processes and leading an operation that delivers consistently excellent client service; ability to cultivate trust and credibility among diverse constituencies/ individuals; strong interpersonal and team-building skills, including as an accessible and supportive colleague; and ability to maximize the use of technology to enhance communication and efficiency. PREFERRED: a master's degree and PHR or SPHR certification. Job #22129-11
Salary range (pay grade 11): $110,00 - 181,000 (midpoint $145,000). The actual salary will depend on qualifications and experience, completion of a background check, and educational verification.
In addition to applying via the MIT website, expressions of interest and nominations should be directed to Jennifer Rice and Kristine O'Brien, PhD at EDDA partners via email at email@example.com. Further Information is available at eddapartners.com/mit-libraries-hr-director.
A CV/resume and a letter of interest are required.
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