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Director of Human Resources

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JOB TITLE:

Director of Human Resources

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JOB SKILLS:

JOB LOCATION:

Salt Lake City Utah / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Director/Human Resources & Administration is responsible for the design, development and execution of a comprehensive talent strategy for the organization that aligns talent and employment practices with the achievement of results that advance Mountain West’s business strategies and goals. Structures the talent strategy to enable the Company to attract, engage and retain high performing talent that sustains business operations and supports future growth.

Directs all HR functions, including: talent acquisition, employee relations, HR business partnership, total rewards, and talent management. Also responsible for leadership and oversight of the organization’s Communications and Administrative Services functions.

•Serves as a trusted “thought leader” in defining, aligning and delivering a long-term vision and strategy for enterprise talent programs, recommending and overseeing the implementation of future-focused HR processes, policies and practices that deliver on strategic business objectives
•Inspires trust, serves as a strategic advisor, and builds strong relationships with senior stakeholders; develops and presents recommendations for talent programs and workforce-related initiatives
•Establishes clear expectations for risk mitigation and issue escalation related to all employment practices; receives escalations, coaches direct reports, makes decisions, strategizes/takes action to reach resolution, and escalates further as necessary
•Designs and implements HR programs, structures, processes and technology; accountable for successful completion of approved initiatives, on time and within budget
•Monitors external trends and best practices in Human Resource/Talent Management to promote an outside-in view of the talent landscape; builds data-driven business cases and ROI assessments to introduce and execute scalable programs and solutions that achieve business objectives
•Adopts a growth mindset with a focus on continuous improvement; looks for opportunities to create efficiencies and add value based on the Company’s unique workforce needs
•Regularly reviews and evaluates the return on investment (ROI), return on expectations (ROE), and effectiveness of HR programs in area of responsibility; makes modifications to maintain value and relevancy
•Stays abreast of changes in laws, regulations, policies, and programs relevant to employee relations and employment practices, ensuring adherence to legal requirements and Company policies
•Creates and/or amends Human Resources policies and processes as business or legislative changes require
•Successfully manages a broad portfolio of vendor partners to deliver HR value to the business
•Oversees forecasts, budgets, resources and initiative performance in areas of responsibility
•Provides leadership and direction to direct reports to ensure executional excellence and strong compliance with all applicable legislation, regulations, and Company policies and procedures
•Invests time in coaching, mentoring, supporting and developing team members to achieve desired performance and career outcomes
•Performs related duties and responsibilities as assigned
•Directs enterprise internal communications, including all leadership messages, HR-initiated projects and processes, and organizational announcements
•Directs Communications’ team members to develop an external communications strategy in partnership with Legal & Regulatory; oversees execution of external communications in alignment with strategy, regulations, and organizational needs
•Supervises administrative functions, including Records Management


Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Experiences (Minimum Requirements)

The knowledge, skills, abilities and experiences that are required for entry into this job include the following:
•Ten or more years of experience in Human Resources with at least five years in management
•Considerable related experience
•Excellent written and oral communication skills
•Excellent leadership skills
•Customer service orientation
•Experience with mergers/acquisitions, transitions, and/or start-ups preferred

Education (Minimum Requirements)

Education Level:

Degree or an equivalent combination of education and demonstrated related experience may be accepted in lieu of preferred level of education:

Master’s Degree

Required Degree (equivalency not accepted in lieu of required degree):

Bachelor’ Degree

Disciplines:

Preferred:
Business
Human Resources

Licenses, Certifications, Qualifications or Standards

Preferred:

SHRM Sr. Certified Professional (SHRM-SC)
Senior Pro. in Human Resources (SPHR)
Six Sigma Certification - Unspecified.

Position Details

POSTED:

May 21, 2022

EMPLOYMENT:

INDUSTRY:

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S1647961208076420

LOCATION:

Utah / United States

CITY:

Salt Lake City

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The Director/Human Resources & Administration is responsible for the design, development and execution of a comprehensive talent strategy for the organization that aligns talent and employment practices with the achievement of results that advance Mountain West’s business strategies and goals. Structures the talent strategy to enable the Company to attract, engage and retain high performing talent that sustains business operations and supports future growth.

Directs all HR functions, including: talent acquisition, employee relations, HR business partnership, total rewards, and talent management. Also responsible for leadership and oversight of the organization’s Communications and Administrative Services functions.

•Serves as a trusted “thought leader” in defining, aligning and delivering a long-term vision and strategy for enterprise talent programs, recommending and overseeing the implementation of future-focused HR processes, policies and practices that deliver on strategic business objectives
•Inspires trust, serves as a strategic advisor, and builds strong relationships with senior stakeholders; develops and presents recommendations for talent programs and workforce-related initiatives
•Establishes clear expectations for risk mitigation and issue escalation related to all employment practices; receives escalations, coaches direct reports, makes decisions, strategizes/takes action to reach resolution, and escalates further as necessary
•Designs and implements HR programs, structures, processes and technology; accountable for successful completion of approved initiatives, on time and within budget
•Monitors external trends and best practices in Human Resource/Talent Management to promote an outside-in view of the talent landscape; builds data-driven business cases and ROI assessments to introduce and execute scalable programs and solutions that achieve business objectives
•Adopts a growth mindset with a focus on continuous improvement; looks for opportunities to create efficiencies and add value based on the Company’s unique workforce needs
•Regularly reviews and evaluates the return on investment (ROI), return on expectations (ROE), and effectiveness of HR programs in area of responsibility; makes modifications to maintain value and relevancy
•Stays abreast of changes in laws, regulations, policies, and programs relevant to employee relations and employment practices, ensuring adherence to legal requirements and Company policies
•Creates and/or amends Human Resources policies and processes as business or legislative changes require
•Successfully manages a broad portfolio of vendor partners to deliver HR value to the business
•Oversees forecasts, budgets, resources and initiative performance in areas of responsibility
•Provides leadership and direction to direct reports to ensure executional excellence and strong compliance with all applicable legislation, regulations, and Company policies and procedures
•Invests time in coaching, mentoring, supporting and developing team members to achieve desired performance and career outcomes
•Performs related duties and responsibilities as assigned
•Directs enterprise internal communications, including all leadership messages, HR-initiated projects and processes, and organizational announcements
•Directs Communications’ team members to develop an external communications strategy in partnership with Legal & Regulatory; oversees execution of external communications in alignment with strategy, regulations, and organizational needs
•Supervises administrative functions, including Records Management


Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Experiences (Minimum Requirements)

The knowledge, skills, abilities and experiences that are required for entry into this job include the following:
•Ten or more years of experience in Human Resources with at least five years in management
•Considerable related experience
•Excellent written and oral communication skills
•Excellent leadership skills
•Customer service orientation
•Experience with mergers/acquisitions, transitions, and/or start-ups preferred

Education (Minimum Requirements)

Education Level:

Degree or an equivalent combination of education and demonstrated related experience may be accepted in lieu of preferred level of education:

Master’s Degree

Required Degree (equivalency not accepted in lieu of required degree):

Bachelor’ Degree

Disciplines:

Preferred:
Business
Human Resources

Licenses, Certifications, Qualifications or Standards

Preferred:

SHRM Sr. Certified Professional (SHRM-SC)
Senior Pro. in Human Resources (SPHR)
Six Sigma Certification - Unspecified.


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