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Director of Human Resources Position Overview Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Director of Human Resources (HR) is responsible for implementing HR policies & programs, and managing all aspects of employee relations and development. Our Director of HR will manage staffing & recruiting, organizational development, performance management, training, compensation & benefits administration, and employee counseling services. The ideal candidate will be resourceful, and have excellent communication & leadership skills. Responsibilities Development of an employee-oriented company culture that emphasizes quality, continuous improvement, team-work, and high performance. Implement HR policies & programs as required by the business. Ensure job descriptions for all positions are accurate & up-to-date. Create organizational development and employee training programs. Conduct performance reviews with department managers & monitor employee productivity, attitudes, and performance results. Provide assistance with implementing any HR related software systems. Recruit and retain top quality staff for each department; conduct interviews. Employee counseling services for personal issues & company complaints. Build a Quality Assurance program that is tied to performance review process. Create compensation plans and provide administration for employee benefits. Maintain excellent facilities conducive to enhancing employee productivity. Provide company-wide communications & manage social committees. Develop a ‘Code of Conduct’ requiring professional behavior at all times. Ensure employee safety, wellness, welfare, health, and happiness. Manage company charity and sponsorship policies and programs. Job Requirements University degree or college diploma in business or information technology University degree or college diploma in Human Resources or related field Minimum of 5+ years experience in a HR management position Exceptional interpersonal skills, including: listening, coaching, & training Strong leadership, project management, & time management skills Ability to develop strong relationships and work with senior level executives Excellent written, verbal, and non-verbal communication skills Able to develop new HR policies & programs based on business requirements Solid business acumen, management reporting, and problem-solving skills Demonstrated proficiency with applications such as Word, Excel, & PowerPoint
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