Human Resources is an integral part of SUNY Delhi's Finance
& Administration team, which strives to provide high quality
services, effective solutions, and regulatory guidance to promote
responsible administration of the Campus's physical infrastructure,
technology, financial resources, and human capital in support of
the College's strategic vision.
The Director serves as the Chief Human Resources Officer,
Affirmative Action Officer, Title IX Coordinator and NYS Ethics
Officer for the Campus. This position oversees daily
operations of the Department, as well as ensures compliance with
all applicable labor agreements, State and federal laws, SUNY and
Civil Service rules and regulations. The Director works
closely with the Campus President.
This position is responsible for ensuring the Department meets
its commitment to excellence by providing innovative, progressive,
and thoughtful solutions to human resource issues in a
professional, caring manner in service of dedicated faculty, staff
and students from diverse backgrounds.
Specific responsibilities include:
- Serve as principal advisor to the Campus on all matters related
to human resources, affirmative action (including Title IX for
employees), ethics, payroll and benefits.
- Provide leadership, oversight and policy for management of
assigned functions and daily operations with a department staff of
- Continually investigate and develop ways to enhance human
resource functions and improve responsiveness to student,
faculty, staff, administration, management and external
- Develop, facilitate, monitor and track mandated compliance
supervisory/management training, as well as provide supplemental
programs to enhance knowledge and effectiveness in relevant
- Take an active role in Campus labor relations, including
representing the Campus on assigned labor/management committees,
compliance with collective bargaining unit agreements and local,
State and federal laws related to employment and human
- Administer the classification and compensation plans of the New
York State Department of Civil Service and the State University of
New York as they apply to the Campus.
- Work closely with the Chief Diversity Officer to continually
improve recruitment and selection processes, including the
This position requires the utmost discretion and confidentiality
when working with employees' sensitive and private
information. Behaviors and actions of the Director serve
as a model, for both Human Resource Department staff as well
as for the broader Campus community, of the high standards expected
in this role.