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Director of Human Resources
Summary
Title:Director of Human Resources
ID:1035
Client:New Hope of Indiana
Job Type:Full-time
Location:Indianapolis, Indiana
Description

Director of Human Resources

  • Do you have a passion for working in the not-for-profit space?
  • Are you looking for a company that allows you to take ownership for your role and make a difference?
  • Are you a strong leader that educates and connects with others, while building and developing strategic relationships?

If your answer is YES to these questions, then learn more about the Director of Human Resources position with New Hope of Indiana!

For over 40 years, New Hope of Indiana has been committed to supporting individuals and families, encouraging them to live their most independent, fulfilling lives. Through services for individuals with disabilities, counseling for families in the child welfare system and advocacy efforts, New Hope of Indiana is making an impact in our communities every day. Currently, the organization is seeking a dynamic and motivated Director of Human Resources to join its team of over 400 associates. This role will provide leadership to ensure the alignment of all human resources systems and be accountable for the development and implementation of a people strategy that furthers the organization’s desire to be a destination place to work.

Key Responsibilities

Human Resources Strategy and Management

  • Accountable for all HR functions and services delivered by the HR team; establishes and leads talent acquisition, onboarding and talent development processes and procedures.
  • Manages total rewards strategy, which includes ensuring compensation and benefit strategies are cost effective, market and industry appropriate, and consistent with competitive opportunities; includes managing annual benchmarking process.
  • Develops and leads an employee engagement strategy to include professional development planning, performance systems, and coaching and feedback opportunities; leads employee relations strategies and processes.
  • Leads all confidential investigations, progressive discipline processes, performance improvement initiatives and employment actions.
  • Collaborates with organizational leadership to ensure alignment of people and HR strategy.

Talent Management

  • Owns the annual performance management and professional development processes; includes evaluating performance of direct reports through annual process; ensures compliance with position descriptions, established policies and objectives of the organization; plays an active and visible role in the development of staff and ensuring development objectives are achieved through identified training, coaching and mentoring.
  • Supports the organization’s functional structure and leadership, actively engaged with the strategic efforts of other internal departments when assigned.
  • Partners with management on employee relations issues; provides guidance on addressing issues in accordance with policies, procedures, and historical practices; coaches managers through difficult conversations, and assists with performance improvement plans and performance warnings.

Leadership

  • Advises, consults, coaches, and serves staff; fosters a values-driven organization culture; drives a success-oriented, accountable environment that is both enjoyable and rewarding for employees; promotes a culture of continuous improvement including identification and implementation of best practices and lessons learned.
  • Develops and executes short –and long–term goals, plans and budgets based on the organization’s strategic plan and management objectives; manages timely and effective communication with Chief Executive Officer relevant to issues, concerns and decisions that affect the organization.
  • Monitors trends and changes in business, management and the regulatory environment; periodically reviews HR and organizational strategies to ensure the organization is responding to changing business conditions.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources or a related field is required.
  • Minimum of five years of HR generalist experience is required, and three years’ management experience.
  • SHRM-SCP/SHRM-CP or PHR/SPHR designation is highly desirable.
  • Ability to make recommendations to effectively solve problems, using judgment consistent with standards, practices, policies, procedures, regulations, and/or the law.
  • Strong service orientation, outstanding presentation skills, professionalism, confidentially and discretion.
  • Excellent verbal/written communication and interpersonal skills; ability to communicate clearly and effectively in all situations with strong problem-solving and organizational skills.
  • Ability to objectively coach employees and management through complex and emotional issues.
  • Strong knowledge of local, state, and federal employment laws.

Compensation
New Hope of Indiana offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.

New Hope of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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