The (Senior) Director of Human Resources- Recruiting and Performance (R&P), will be the main support in HR areas related to recruiting, employee relations, performance management and compensation. The (Senior) Director Human Resources R&P is responsible for delivering on key talent priorities with emphasis on performance management, integration of new practice professionals, relationship management, talent management and employee relations.
· Manage full cycle recruitment process, including interactions with applicants, recruiters, and potential candidates.
· Ensures new hire integration processes for onboarding & orientation are effective to ensure a sense of belonging for new and existing staff throughout the organization.
· Drives the talent agenda and provide clear leadership on talent management – including assessing, hiring, developing, coaching and mentoring.
· Counsel supervisors and managers on performance management, disciplinary actions, terminations and escalate as appropriate.
· Directs the annual performance review process. Reviews and approves proposed salary adjustments and annual performance reviews for personnel including reading/analyzing employee engagement. evaluations, logging ratings, assistance with performance assessment meetings and ensuring scheduled reviews are completed on time.
· Conduct employee exit interviews and document areas for improvement, as well as, manage attrition reporting.
· Assist with employee actions including new hires, transfers, leaves of absence and terminations.
· Provides high-level consultation to senior managers in a variety of HR-related areas, including organizational development, performance management, recruitment and retention, and compensation administration.
· Develops and administers programs, procedures, and guidelines to help align the workforce with the strategic goals of the company.
· Work closely with an organization's senior leaders in order to develop an HR agenda that closely supports the overall aims of the organization.
- Minimum of 7 years of human resources experience
- Undergraduate degree (4 years) in Human Resources, Business or other related field
- Professional certification (PHR or SPHR) preferred
- Ability to handle a wide variety of confidential information with a sense of urgency, tact and discretion at all levels
- Excellent knowledge of employment legislation and regulations
- Demonstrated accomplishments in the following areas:
- Negotiation and conflict resolutions skills
- Coaching skills
- Assisting with strategic projects and initiatives
- Creative problem-solving skills; ability to develop innovative solutions to complex issues
- Identify and resolve or elevate operational and human resources issues appropriately
- Interaction with all levels of personnel