Talent Acquisition Center of Expertise - provides strategic leadership and direction for University's talent acquisition programs. Partners with talent acquisition consultants to build, and improve upon, recruitment processes, resources, compliance, talent pipelines, and employment brand initiatives.
Human Resources Business Partner Group â“ provides strategic direction and day-to-day leadership on matters for the University's central HRBP group. This group provides direct HR support to the offices of the President and Provost and various units on campus and supports local Human Resources Partners (HRPs) across campus by creating and sharing best practices, resources, and guidance on HR matters.
Local Human Resource Leadership â“ leads local human resources teams for several units across campus. As part of partnership designed to facilitate access to central resources, the Executive Director supports each unit in establishing strategic HR priorities, accessing central resources, and serves as a point of escalation as needed to resolve employee relations, policy, or process issues.
Leads centralized Talent Acquisition group, centralized HR Business Partner group, and local HR team members in setting priorities applicable to their respective roles, conducts performance reviews, conducts regular 1:1 meetings, identifies developmental opportunities, and coaches and trains as needed.
Drives planning, stakeholder engagement, communication, alignment, risk evaluation, and execution on projects related to the staff employee life cycle including recruitment, onboarding, and offboarding.
As a member of the Central HR leadership team, partners with fellow Central HR leaders to discuss Talent Management initiatives to identify impact to other verticals and to ensure seamless implementation across multiple campus stakeholders.
Works directly with unit leadership to establish parameters of Central HR/local HR partnership, set priorities, and to evaluate progress and outcomes to ensure the program is meeting the needs of the unit and staff.
Works closely with the senior leaders across campus to provide thought leadership and expertise in change management, talent assessment and calibration, promotions, performance issues, employee relations, retention planning, and organization design.
Partners closely with the AVP of HR and CHRO on a wide range of talent initiatives, particularly those with cross-functional or enterprise level impact.
Develops short and long-term talent acquisition strategies aligned to University needs including establishing Talent Pools, recruitment resource evaluation, and partnering with Workday Solutions Team on applicant tracking systems best practices to ensure positive candidate experience.
Works directly with unit partners to establish parameters of HR partnership, set priorities, and evaluate progress and outcomes to ensure the program is meeting the needs of the unit and staff.
Partners with key University stakeholders and leadership to develop and deploy employee branding that represents University culture and attracts diverse candidates.
Responsible for University staff new hire orientation. Partners with team to manage content and to ensure content delivered on a weekly basis via the learning management system (LMS).
Provides consultation to unit leaders on complex employee relations needs, as appropriate.
Leads and manages key external vendor relationships as necessary.
Partners with Office of Equal Opportunity on initiatives related compliance, third party recruitment processes, and position posting exception requests.
Manages managers and professional staff. Establishes performance goals, allocates resources and assesses policies for direct subordinates. Monitors human resources responsibilities, performance management, and the supervision of staff members in a unit.
Advises unit management and professional staff on the strategy of the unit and on federal, state and local employment laws and regulations.
Performs other related work as needed.
Bachelorâ™sdegree in relatedfield.
Broadexperience in multipleHRfunctions.
Previous successmanaging multiple teams.
Technical Skills or Knowledge:
Demonstrates proficiency with MicrosoftOffice (Word,Excel,PowerPoint,etc.), Outlook, Workday HRIS.
Demonstrates experienceworkingwith human resources information systems (HRIS) and applicanttracking systems.
Meeting and messaging softwareand applications such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams, etc.
Working knowledge of relevantfederal,state, and municipalemployment laws and regulations(including those related toEEO/AA;FLSA;FMLA;ADA;and OSHA).
Strong project management skills including the ability to manage complex processes across multiple teams and projects.
Translate strategy into actionable goals and tactics.
A demonstrated track record of successful cross-functional leadership, collaboration, and relationship building.
Engage with, and influence, various levels within the organization across multiple stakeholder populations.
Demonstrated experience building, growing, and developing a team, including evaluating and implementing department structure design and resourcing.
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.
This position may be eligible for a hybrid work schedule.
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