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DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES

Non-classified                   Full-Time with benefits      
Campus:  Logan   Responsibilities:  Serves as chief human resources officer for the institution.  Organizes, administers, assigns, and delegates responsibilities to all areas of oversight subject to applicable laws, policies, and procedures. Serves as institutional Affirmative Action Officer, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Officer and Title VII Coordinator.  Responsible for providing strategic leadership and direction in developing and executing human resources strategy in support of the overall mission and strategic direction of the institution, specifically in the areas of succession planning, talent management, change management, organizational and performance management, training and development, and compensation.  Responsible for all services and programs of Human Resources:  Grievance Administration; Employment and Recruiting; Employee Services and Benefits Administration; Employee Training and Development; Performance Appraisals; Classification/Compensation; Personnel Records and Information Systems; Temporary Services and other programs or projects assigned by the Vice President of Finance and Administration and/or the President.  Plans, develops, and operates broad program areas for the institution with responsibility to resolve critical operational problems and/or conceive, develop, and recommend new methods/programs to resolve problems in areas or responsibility in support of effective delivery of the college mission.  Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Personnel Administration, Organizational Leadership, Industrial or Employee Relations, or related field.  Master’s Degree preferred.  Professional certifications as Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) are preferred.  Requires three to five years’ experience as a human resources professional, preferably in higher education and/or WV State government.  Must have knowledge of principles and practices of academic/higher education administration, organizational behavior, principles of management/supervision, as well as knowledge of federal and state labor laws.  Must have the ability to work independently and simultaneously on projects of varied complexity and have the ability to reason logically, analyze, and solve problems.  Must have the ability to speak and write effectively and able to tactfully communicate highly controversial situations with clarity and accuracy while maintaining a professional atmosphere.  Must have understanding and usage of mediation, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills.  Must demonstrate a thorough knowledge of personnel methods and techniques including recruitment, selections, job analysis, training, and employee relations.  Must be able to travel to multiple campus locations.  Application review begins Thursday, August 24, 2017.