Required Skills, Knowledge, and Characteristics
These are the most important qualifications of the individual selected as the human resources manager:
- Strong effective communicator in writing, business presentations and in interpersonal communication.
- Highly developed, demonstrated teamwork skills.
- Demonstrates a high degree of confidentiality in interpersonal interaction.
- Exhibits an unusual degree of common sense in working with co-workers and the executive team.
- Experience directing the efforts of a team of diverse human resources professionals.
- Demonstrated ability to increase productivity and continuously improve methods, approaches, and departmental contribution while remaining cost-sensitive.
- Demonstrated commitment to evidence-based, measurable HR products, services, and activities.
- Must exhibit a commitment to continuous learning.
- Expert in employment law to keep the company safe from lawsuits and has a proven ability to work well in consultation with an employment law attorney.
- Strong commitment to and interest in employee relations and communication.
- Demonstrated ability to see the big picture and provide useful and strategic advice and input across the company and on the senior executive team.
- Ability to lead in an environment of constant change.
- Experience working in a flexible, employee empowering work environment.
- A structured or large company experience will not work here.
- Familiarity and skill with the tools of the trade in human resources including HRIS, Microsoft Office suite of products, file management, and benefits administration.
- Experience in organization development and change management.
High-Level Overview of Job Requirements
The selected human resources director must be able to perform effectively in each of these areas:
- Guides and manages the overall provision of Human Resources services, policies, and programs for the entire company.
- Development of an overall HR business plan with measurable objectives and a budget.
- Staffing of the HR department to effectively serve the needs of the organization.
- Overall talent management strategy and implementation including workforce planning, recruiting, interviewing, hiring, training and development; performance planning, management development, and improvement; and succession planning.
- Organization development, change management initiatives, and company-wide culture and environment at work for employees.
- Oversee employment law compliance and compliance to regulatory concerns.
- Demonstrated proficiency in policy development, documentation, training, and implementation.
- Oversees employee safety, welfare, wellness, and health.
- Responsible for community outreach and communication, and charitable giving in conjunction with the community relations team.
- Managing external executive recruiting agencies, employment agencies, recruiters, and temporary staffing agencies.
- Analysis of the effectiveness of all human resources efforts both financially and in terms of whether they produced the company's needed objectives and outcomes.
Basic Qualification: B.SC in any social sciences discipline with CIPM. Age: Between 30 and 40 years.