The Human Resources Director is directly responsible for the overall administration, coordination, and evaluation of the human resources function.
Develops and administers various human resources plans and procedures for all company personnel. Plans, organizes and controls all activities of the department. Participates in developing department goals, objectives and systems. Implements and annually updates the compensation program; rewrites job descriptions as necessary; conducts annual salary surveys and develops merit pool (salary budget); analyzes compensation; monitors the performance evaluation program and revises as necessary.
Develops, recommends and implements personnel policies and procedures; prepares and maintains handbook on policies and procedures; performs benefits administration to include claims resolution, change reporting, approving invoices for payment, annual re-evaluation of policies for cost-effectiveness, information activities program and cash flow. Develops and maintains affirmative action program; files EEO-1 annually; maintains other records, reports and logs to conform to EEO regulations. Manages recruitment effort for all exempt, nonexempt and temporary workers; monitors career-path program and employee relations counseling; conducts exit interviews.
Establishes and maintains department records and reports. Participates in administrative staff meetings and attends other meetings, such as seminars. Maintains organizational charts and employee directory. Evaluates reports, decisions and results of department initiatives in relation to established goals. Recommends new approaches, policies and procedures to effect continual improvements in efficiency of department and services performed.
Ensures compliance with all federal, state and local employment laws.
A bachelor's degree and five years of human resource experience, or nine years of experience in the HR field. A master's degree in Human Resources Management is preferred.
SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) credential or an equivalent certification is preferred.
Travel is primarily local during the business day, although some out-of-area and overnight travel may be expected.