Director, Human Resources and Employee Relations

Location
New Jersey, United States
Salary
Salary Commensurate with experience
Posted
Mar 22, 2021
Employment Level
Administrative
Employment Type
Full Time

Reporting to the Vice President of Human Resources and Labor Relations, the Director, Human Resources and Employee Relations is responsible for performance management, the implementation and administration of personnel policies, practices and transactions of the College, including external regulatory compliance. Serves as a resource and advisor to management in employee relations matters.

Reporting to the Vice President of Human Resources and Labor Relations, the Director, Human Resources and Employee Relations is responsible for performance management, the implementation and administration of personnel policies, practices and transactions of the College, including external regulatory compliance. Serves as a resource and advisor to management in employee relations matters.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Provide overall leadership and support in the orientation and development of all College employees. Develop and facilitate workshops and make presentations as required.
2. Oversee the recruitment of new employees. Ensure recruitment practices include efforts to identify a diverse candidate pool. Ensure new members of screening committees are trained on the Implicit Bias Search Committee course from Higher Education Recruitment Consortium.
3. Manage the transition to a common review date and implementation of Performance Management procedures from Coaching and Counseling, Performance Review, Professional Development and Performance Improvement Plans.
4. Ensure processes and procedures are in place and followed for all legal and regulatory compliance issues, including but not limited to local, state and federal laws pertaining to employment based and education-based discrimination. Serve as Compliance Officer and Title IX Investigator.
5. As Compliance Officer, the Director will provide direction and services necessary to meet compliance with all state and federal legislation and regulations; review complaints and grievances, conduct investigations; write reports; and respond to requests for information from DOE Office of Civil Rights, federal and/or state Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and/or disability compliance officials. Ensure employees complete mandatory anti-discrimination training.
6. Make recommendations to the Vice President of Human Resources and Labor Relations concerning employee disciplinary issues. Coordinate the resolution of such matters with managers and/or union representatives as appropriate.
7. Assume other related duties as required and/or as directed by the Vice President of Human Resources and Labor Relations.

SUPERVISES:

• Benefits Manager

• Human Resources Assistant/Recruiting

Qualifications - Skills:

• Working in a collaborative manner with diverse constituencies;
• Exceptional written, verbal, presentation and listening skills;
• Planning, prioritizing and problem solving;
• Effectively managing multiple projects and meeting deadlines;
• Conflict mediation and resolution ability;
• Model equity, inclusion, collegiality, fairness, and confidentiality.

Qualifications - Experience:

• Documented knowledge of the principles and practices of effective Human Resource Management.
• The ability to develop, customize and present professional development materials.
• Understanding of applicable Federal and State Public Employee labor laws, Title VII, ADA, Title IX, VAWA and the Clery Act, etc.
• Effective response to the demands of a management role.
• Demonstrated expertise in project planning, development and implementation.
• An understanding of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion implications of decision making.

For complete job description and application submission, please visit CCM job website link:

Qualifications - Education: A Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management or a related field is required. A Master’s degree in an appropriate discipline is preferred. SHRMor HRCI certifications a plus. At least seven years of progressively responsible experience in Human Resource Management is required. A thorough knowledge of all applicable federal/state laws, statutes, and regulations is required. Must have strong management and communication skills. Formal training and/or experience with Title VII and EEO/AA procedures and guidelines. The ability to interact with a culturally diverse population is essential.

All interested Applicants must apply via the CCM job website link: https://jobs.ccm.edu/postings/431

 

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