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Director of Human Resources

Position Title:                    Director of Human Resources

Reports to:                        President    

Status:                              Exempt

Compensation:                $70,000/yr (Relocation package not offered)

Position Summary:         The Director of Human Resources plans, implements and directs the Human Resources functions of the agency, and is a strategic business partner and change agent responsible for implementing people initiatives and cultural change. This position serves as the primary resource for all aspects of human resources management including: regulatory compliance, employee relations, salary and wage administration, payroll and benefit administration, recruitment, and employee development.



  • Manage the day-to-day operations of the Human Resources department
  • Ensure security and accuracy of employee records, consistency of practice, and maintenance of optimum service levels.
  • Oversee and provide strong mentorship to human resources professionals through effective training, coaching and team building.


  • Direct all activities supporting the recruitment and hiring process to reflect positively on Neighborhood House as a place to work
  • Manage an effective recruitment and employment program.
  • Ensure compliance with all regulatory and legal requirements in all aspects of recruitment and employment
  • Oversee recruitment advertising, applicant selection, pre-employment/post-offer screening processes, etc.

Payroll & Benefits:

  • Direct all payroll and benefits programs to ensure timely, accurate and market-place competitiveness.
  • Direct, analyze, and modify compensation and benefits policies to establish competitive programs and ensure compliance with legal requirements and best practices.
  • Direct and manage all leave of absences, ensuring compliance with federal regulations, where applicable.
  • Direct and oversee the proper administration of personnel payroll functions including time and attendance, salary changes, wage assessments, data entry, etc.
  • Ensure compliance with Fair Labor Standards in administration of all compensation and pay practices.

Talent Development:

  • Develop and lead talent development initiatives of the organization.
  • Develop and maintain an employee-oriented culture that emphasizes quality, continuous improvement, and high performance.
  • Direct and implement agency’s performance management system, including administration of wage and salary program, to ensure effectiveness, compliance and equity within the organization.

Legal & Compliance:

  • Oversee the development and implementation of human resources policies, procedures, and systems designed to effectively support organizational strategy and ensure regulatory compliance
  • Provide consultation and training to managers and supervisors to address employee relations matters.
  • Oversee all personnel records and other human resources recordkeeping including but not limited to personal data, compensation, benefits plan participation, hires, promotions, transfers, performance reviews, attendance, terminations, exit interviews, employee statistics for government reports as well as oversee the analysis, maintenance, and communication of records required by law or local governing bodies, or other departments in the organization


  • Perform all work in accordance with Neighborhood House policies and procedures.
  • Attend and participate in departmental, agency and external meetings, trainings, committees and events as required.
  • Other duties as assigned.



  • BA/BS in Human Resources or related field, plus 10 years of related professional HR experience to include supervisory responsibilities.
  • Extensive experience and knowledge in HR practices, employment laws, rules and regulations.
  • Proven experience and knowledge of strategic relationship building and conflict resolution are required
  • Demonstrated success in project management, including organizational and planning skills.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing across all levels of the organization.
  • Demonstrated leadership ability and an ability to influence others directly and indirectly.
  • Demonstrated ability to work and communicate effectively with people of diverse economic, racial and cultural backgrounds
  • Strong computer skills (including Microsoft Office, Internet and e-mail
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