New Job Posting: Director of Human Resources
CATA is hiring a
full-time, Director of Human Resources to be responsible for the organization’s
human resources (HR) strategic and tactical planning, execution, and on-going
oversight for long-term success. Areas of
responsibility include strategic management, workforce planning and selection,
training, organizational development, compensation, benefits, employee and union
relations, human resource information systems, and diversity and equal
opportunity. This position is an
excellent opportunity for a driven human resource professional ready to lead,
mold and prepare an HR department for immediate development and innovative
Responsibilities – include, but are not limited to:
Plans, develops, implements, directs,
and evaluates the organization’s human resource function and performance. Reports the condition of the department to
executive leadership as required.
Conducts on-going assessment of the
human resources staff, including improving efficiency and effectiveness of the
group, providing individuals with professional growth opportunities, and
implementing performance metrics for individual staff.
Participates in the development of the
organization’s plans and programs as a strategic partner and translates these
into human resource operational plans.
Develops staffing strategies and
action plans to identify talent within and outside of the organization. Works with human resource team to execute.
Establishes relationships and credibility throughout the
organization by being an effective listener, coach, and problem solver of
appropriate policies and programs for effective management of the people
resources of the organization.
Identifies the need for change within human
resources and/or the organization and implements change management strategies.
in and/or leads union specific responsibilities; including grievance process,
arbitration process, labor contract review and renewal efforts, etc.
Develops progressive and proactive
compensation and benefits programs to support effective performance.
and maintains a detailed and complete policy and procedure manual for the human
systems that will improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the human
Creates and maintains an
organizational-wide succession plan with key employee developmental plans. Identifies succession gaps and implements
staffing plan to resolve.
Creates and monitors the human
resources department budget.
Oversees EEO compliance, including creating
comprehensive procedures for all diversity and EEO processes, working with EEO
officer to provide human resource support, maintaining required EEO records,
Ensures human resource compliance with
all federal, state and local employment laws.
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Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources
or another related field; or equivalent experience totaling four years of
combined higher education and/or human resource work experience.
Human Resource certification a plus
(i.e. PHR, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, etc.).
A minimum of ten (10) years additional
experience in human resources, beyond degree or equivalent, demonstrating a
wide range of HR responsibilities.
A minimum three (3) years’ experience
in a management position, preferably at a director level, required within scope
Direct union experience required.
Proficient in MS Office.
Public agency experience a plus.
Able to communicate effectively with all levels of the organization.
offers a competitive compensation package that includes paid holidays +
floating holidays, vacation schedule, sick days, attendance bonus, medical with
an “opt out” payout, dental, vision, life insurance, STD/LTD, 401(k), tuition
reimbursement, free CATA transportation program, pension program and more.
No phone calls, please.
CATA is an equal opportunity employer