· The primary job responsibilities of the Director, Human Resources and Administration include, but are not limited to
· Develop creative practices and programs that identify, source, assess and hire the best talent to meet changing and evolving business needs
· Set and lead towards a vision for exceptional talent practices at all levels of the organization to meet current and future staffing needs
· Execute the recruitment strategy effectively ensuring the right talent is ready at the right time and influence the entire recruitment process to provide direction on talent needs
· Understand the programmatic and operational objectives;
· Drive employee engagement in working with executive leadership to develop effective internal communications strategies, processes, tools, and training to promote morale and productivity;
· Execute talent management programs including performance management, training, total rewards, global benefits, surveys, and compensation
· Provide metrics to management to allow for better managing of teams.
· Coach and advise on a wide range of core human resource functions including organizational design, HR policies, and best practices;
· Lead the development and execution of Human Resources strategic and annual plans in alignment with the organizational goals, and mission;
· Ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws and best practices in HR and administration procedures so that they are efficient, accurate, timely, and responsive;
Manage the Corporate Insurance policies
· Responsible for HR and Administration department budget; review and negotiate HR-related contracts and agreements
· Oversee all matters relating to facilities and administration, including building lease, front desk, supply resource management and records function.
· Overseeing day-to-day operations.
· Developing organizational policies.
· Disbursing funds to managers.
· Managing administrative budgets.
· Hiring and training administrative staff.
· Negotiating contracts and agreements with vendors.
· Maintaining corporate relationships.
· Monitoring operating expenses.
· Liaising with HR and other departments.
· Updating executives on business performance
· Excellent verbal and written communications skills, including editing skills with meticulous attention to detail.
· Ability to achieve goals and align interests through cooperation and collaboration with other groups and cross-functional teams, even where no direct reporting relationship exists
· Ability to manage budgets and experience working closely with a CFO to achieve organizational
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· Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred, in a related field such as Human Resources or Organizational Psychology.
· Minimum 7-10 years of HR Business Partner/Generalist experience across a range of competencies.
· Demonstrated experience leading HR department(s)through strategic and transactional change.
· Demonstrated initiative in determining new or modifying existing HR policies and procedures and effectively communicating them to staff and Board members.
· Demonstrated organizational leadership and decision-making capability at a senior management level in a collaborative manner.
· Ability to communicate to staff and Board members the short and long-term impact, specific and strategic, of HR policy and procedures.