Human Resources Director
A mid-size non-profit is seeking an energetic and experienced Human Resources Director. This individual serves as a trusted resource to employees and leadership on HR related matters, including employee relations, organizational policies, and procedures. Responsibilities include:
- Establishes and implements short- and long-range goals, objectives, implementation plans, policies, and operating procedures for the HR function; monitors, evaluates and takes steps to improve the effectiveness of HR function.
- Directs staff recruitment and employment processes
- Maintains human resource information system data/personnel files and proactively analyzes and manages the supply and demand for staff.
- Coordinates employee orientation, training and professional development programs in conjunction with other staff members as appropriate.
- Directs the administration of insurance, retirement, and other benefits programs; evaluates and develops recommendations for improvements to employer-sponsored benefit programs.
- Coordinates systematic review of compliance with all Federal and State laws, regulations, and standards, and conducts periodic internal audits of human resources processes and documentation.
- Oversees the administration of the organization’s performance evaluation process.
- Provides direction and oversight in the development and implementation of employee relations strategies and programs designed to foster a positive,
productive and transparent work environment and climate
- Investigates employee complaints/issues and provides counsel to managers and handles employee-related management issues
• Bachelor’s degree in HR or related field
• SPHR preferred.
• 5+ years of experience in HR at a director level.
• Strong interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills.
• Skill in design, implementation and evaluation of employer-sponsored benefit programs.
• Knowledge of computerized information systems used in human resources and recruiting applications.
• Strong analytical skills.
• Prior experience working for small to mid-sized non-profit organization preferred.
• Knowledge of federal and state employment laws and regulations, and fair employment policies and procedures.
• Experience with developing and monitoring a budget.
• Ability to analyze problems and develop creative solutions to complex human resource issues.
• Proven ability to exercise strict confidentiality and sound judgement.
NRI is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, among other things, or status as a qualified individual with disability.Meet Your Recruiter Julie Segor