Emory

  • Division Director, Human Resources (School of Law)

    Job Number
    23443
    Job Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Division
    School Of Law
    Department
    School of Law
    This position may involve the following Health and Safety issues:
    Not Applicable
    Job Category
    Business Operations
  • Description

    THIS POSITION WILL SUPPORT THE SCHOOL OF LAW. 

     

    JOB DESCRIPTION: Directs and supervises human resources programs for a university division, including all policies and procedures related to recruitment, employee relations, appointments, performance evaluations, employment transfers, classification actions, and terminations; serves as liaison with the University Human Resources Division, Office of Equal Opportunity Programs, and Faculty/Staff Assistance Program. Manages the program for national recruitment of new employees, including serving as an the divisional executive recruiter; coordinates with the Human Resources Division the posting of positions and the selection and hiring process; interprets policies and procedures and provides counsel to leadership and employees concerning their administration; consults supervisory and management staff on human resources issues; participates in the development and administration of the human resources budget; manages divisional job documentation, such as job descriptions, position questionnaires, etc.; consults with supervisors and managers regarding staffing needs. Assesses training needs, and plans and implements a comprehensive program for training and developing staff; develops in-house workshops, seminars, and training programs; coordinates divisional performance management process, ensuring the regular and timely evaluation of staff. Manages a small HR staff; reports to divisional head or divisional operations head. Performs related responsibilities as required. 


    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Bachelor's degree in human resources, business administration or a related field.
    • 7 years of human resources experience encompassing multiple specialties, 5 years of which are in a managerial or supervisory capacity.
    • Certification as a Senior Human Resources Professional is preferred.

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