The Human Resource Director (HRD) will act as a senior manager and business partner with the leadership team by planning, and administering policies, programs and processes related to human resources and safety. The HRD will assist in the strategic planning of the agency and talent management strategies to increase human capital. Evaluating culture and provide leadership to the management team to increase employee engagement and align the culture with the mission and values of BHS. Reviewing and analyzing compensation programs to ensure retention and recruiting goals and objectives are being accomplished.
Roles and Responsibilities
Administrative, Payroll and Benefit Functions
Counseling, Coaching and Talent Management Strategies
· The HRD will assist the management team to effectively coach and counsel employees to ensure the overall outcome is a win-win solution for the employee and the agency. The HRD will review all appropriate documentation for legal compliance and consistency within the agency, including suspension and terminations.
· The HRD is responsible for talent management strategies within the agency. This includes employee and organizational development by providing structure within the agency and ensuring employee development are being implemented effectively and timely. Be a business partner with other managers to identify high potential employees and assist in the employee’s succession planning and talent gap analysis. Proactively engage, evaluate, and deploy best of class practices for talent management strategies and ensure the ROI for the activities and/or processes that are practical for the agency.
· Review employee engagement strategies to evaluate the cultural environment for alignment with the agency’s mission and value statements. Provide direction and counseling to the department managers to assist in fostering an environment of employee/organizational growth. The HRD will assist in the marketing strategies of the agency and be proactive in the community by communicating the mission, values, and strategic plan of the agency.
· Must be at least 21 years of age.
· If in lived substance abuse recovery, two years of continuous sobriety/ “clean time” is required and maintained throughout employment.
· Must comply with agency policies and procedures, including those regarding conduct, confidentiality, and record keeping.
Education and/or Experience
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Human Relations/Communications or Business from four-year college or university; or two - five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (Competencies): To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (Competencies) requirements are listed below:
· The HRD must have knowledge on Employment and Labor laws that are associated with the agency and understand applicable employee benefits.
· The HRD must have strong critical thinking skills, understand the importance of unintended consequences, and evaluate decisions based upon the best long-term outcome of the situation. The HRD must demonstrate adaptability, demonstrate discrete and ethical behavior, and work in “grey.”
· The HRD must have strong organizational skills and understand the importance of handling administrative tasks in a timely and accurate manner. This includes the area of safety and ensures all employees are trained in the appropriate procedures.
· The HRD must have strong oral communication skills with the ability to influence others through developing relationships, providing facts/logic, and understand situational awareness to provide a win-win scenario during the communication process.
· The HRD must have knowledge of talent management strategies that will provide organizational and employee growth.
· The HRD must be proactive in the marketing strategies of the agency and develop relationships throughout our target market. The HRD must understand the importance of push/pull marketing strategies, core competencies, primary/selective demand, promotional strategies, and SWOT analysis of the agency.
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