Vice President, Human Resources

Job Summary: The VP of Human Resources is responsible for leading all aspects of HR to ensure the organization possesses the people, skills, capabilities and engagement to build and execute the mission and growth strategy. This person will work to align business needs to HR strategies to drive the execution of HR initiatives in support of the company's goals. What you'll do: Assume overall responsibility for the HR function including leadership and workforce planning, recruiting, employee development, succession and organizational effectiveness, change management, labor relations, communications, rewards & recognition, compensation and benefits. Lead a team of HR professionals providing leadership, coaching and development opportunities, and act as senior level advisor and coach to other business leaders on HR issues, strategic and operational people programs. Develop talent acquisition strategies and plans to identify talent within and outside the organization. Facilitate the process of analyzing strategic and operational issues and formulating goals, strategies and action plans to achieve company objectives. Strive to increase levels of employee engagement through ongoing communications, response to results from employee engagement surveys, and developing leaders to own and improve engagement. Establish wage and salary structure, pay policies, performance management, and employee benefit programs to provide motivation, incentives, and rewards for effective performance. Develop and manage annual budgets for HR. Recommend and establish company policies and procedures that will improve the effectiveness/efficiency of the HR services provided. Maintain knowledge of industry trends and compliance with federal and state employment legislation changes. Who you are: An experienced leader and HR executive who possesses a progressive HR mindset and has high ethical standards and values. Facing ambiguity, tight timelines, multiple priorities, and demanding customers, in a dynamic, constantly changing environment is one of your key strengths. Passionate about working with people - effectively leading and developing staff and working with business partners. Have knowledge of federal, state and local employment, wage and salary laws and regulations and the ability to interpret and advise on these laws. Possess strong communication and interpersonal skills and able to quickly establish credibility and rapport with a broad set of executives and constituencies. Experienced in design, development and implementation of salary administration plans and benefit programs. What you've done: Had eight to ten years Human Resources experience in a senior-level management position. Obtained a Bachelors Degree in Human Resources or Business Administration. Successfully lead HR for organizations with a minimum of 400 employees.
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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