Asst. Director, Human Resources

Description/Job Summary

The Assistant Director of Human Resources serves a key role, working with College leadership and staff to attract, retain, and develop a diversified workforce to support the College’s mission. The Assistant Director will support the Human Resources Director and serve as a subject matter expert in the following critical areas: Talent Acquisition and Retention, Benefits and Compensation, Labor and Employee Relations, Compliance, Training, and Employee Engagement and Development. The Assistant Director will have a primary role in the review, development and implementation of College policies and procedures. The individual will also support a model for shared governance that impacts the positive collaborations and operations of the College.


HR Business Process Leadership - Essential Functions

In collaboration with the Chief HR Officer (CHRO) Provide on-going direction, supervision to staff members to improve delivery of HR services, ensuring accuracy and timeliness of information.

Regularly analyze and present key HR metrics to internal College constituents to enhance relevant decision making.

Support the development and review of standard HR operating procedures to ensure consistent

application of College policies.

Work with Chief Budget Officer to develop accurate budget projections for each fiscal year, including reconciliation of vacancies and identified expenses to support department goals and activities, including evaluation of employee benefit programs.

Employee Engagement – Essential Functions

Assist in developing strategic employee engagement initiatives designed to improve the overall employee experience and build a high-performance culture.

Lead multi-year initiative to support BCCC’s designation as an employer-of-choice, to include being awarded the State of Maryland Workplace of Excellence award.

Design and facilitate delivery of new-hire onboarding program to strengthen employee commitment and improve overall job satisfaction.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – Essential Functions

Work with College leadership to support Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives.

Deliver training programs designed to facilitate communication and assist faculty and staff to recognize discrimination and remove barriers to achieving equity across the College.

Ensure compliance with EEO and Affirmative Action standards.

Employee and Labor Relations – Essential Functions

Assist with the College’s union negotiations.

Ensure compliance with College’s Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBAs).

Supervise the grievance process in accordance with College’s CBAs.

Facilitate and investigate employee concerns, ensuring timely resolution.

Employee Benefits – Essential Functions

Ensure employee benefit inquiries are resolved in a timely manner.

Coordinate with the interface with the State of Maryland regarding relevant benefits offerings.

Facilitate annual open enrollment.

Supervise maintenance of employee benefits records in accordance with College’s records retention policies.

Other duties, as assigned.

Required Qualifications
  • A minimum of 7 years of HR Management experience
  • BA degree in HR management, or a related field
  • SHRM-CP, or ability to obtain certification with 12 months of start date
  • Experience in both a union and nonunion workforce
Preferred Qualifications
  • MA/MS in HR
  • Higher education experience
  • Workday – benefits

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