Director, Human Capital
The Director, Human Capital is responsible for implementing human capital services, programs and/or products in multiple HR functional areas. The incumbent facilitates the planning and administration of a comprehensive HR organization and provides strategic HR services and a client-centric approach to enable proactive talent management, workforce planning/alignment and support of a performance culture that addresses the client’s human capital needs.
Provides strategic HR services and a client-centric approach to enable proactive talent management, workforce planning/alignment/analytics, workforce relations, and support of a performance and learning culture that addresses the clients’ human capital needs.
With the CEO, determines and develops strategic objectives that align with strategic and operating goals and direction.
Builds strong partnerships with clients to identify key drivers of change and develop strategies to address human capital needs through the entire employee lifecycle, ensuring proper organizational structure and employee skill sets to achieve mission objectives.
Develops policy and provides guidance and advice in all aspects of the HRM function, including Human Capital Strategy, Workforce Planning, Recruiting and Staffing, Position Classification, Employee and Labor Relations, Performance Management, Retirement, Benefits, Pay, Awards, Training, Employee Development, and Executive Resources.
Develops and monitors customer service standards. Provides timely, reliable and accurate service and support for both internal and external customers.
Develops and maintains metrics through subordinate managers for the purpose of monitoring performance and assessing overall effectiveness, efficiency and productivity. • Identifies program deficiencies and takes appropriate action to resolve problems and enhance program operations.
Facilitates forums to share information. Uses effective probing techniques and listening skills to determine the clients’ needs.
Uses problem-solving and decision-making skills. Demonstrates the ability to balance the clients’ perspective to resolve challenges.
Works effectively on teams and demonstrates knowledge of organizational service standards.
Conducts studies on operating programs to identify procedural problems; uses quantitative or qualitative methods; analyzes findings; and makes recommendations in reports and briefings. Studies proposed legislation and/or regulations to determine program impact; researches current or new management practices for application to programs and operations.
This is a highly visible and strategic position requiring exceptional leadership skills and experience as a results-driven executive. The Director, Human Capital is a critical business leader and contact for external providers, plan sponsors, and regulatory agencies; thus requiring superior interpersonal, negotiation, influencing and presentation skills.
Minimum of 10 years human Resources management experience, with at least 5 years in federal contracting required.
Proven ability to accomplish high-level interface effectively with internal and external stakeholders
Proven leadership ability to effectively manage large teams and multiple sites.
Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree preferred.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $115,000.00 to $125,000.00 /year