HR related articles

Tarrant County College District  — Executive Director of Human Resources

Tarrant County College District — Executive Director of Human Resources

Directs and coordinates the implementation of the organization’s human resource policies, programs, and practices. Provides leadership and managerial direction for the college’s human resource departments.

University of Minnesota — Vice President for Human Resources & Chief Human Resources Officer

University of Minnesota — Vice President for Human Resources & Chief Human Resources Officer

The CHRO will provide strategic leadership and vision for an institution committed to being an employer-of-choice and renown for fostering a culture that is creative, inclusive and forward thinking.

Smith College — Associate Vice President, Human Resources

Smith College — Associate Vice President, Human Resources

The AVP will be responsible for leading the functional areas of employment recruiting, employee relations, employee benefits, staff training and development, labor relations, workforce planning, and human resources technology management.

Connecticut State Colleges and Universities System — Vice President for Human Resources

Connecticut State Colleges and Universities System — Vice President for Human Resources

The ideal candidate is an accomplished human resources executive with a comprehensive background in public sector/higher education human resources, experience in labor relations and change management.

Williams College — Benefits Administrator

Williams College — Benefits Administrator

The Benefits Administrator serves as the resident expert of the college’s many benefits offerings.

California State University, San Bernardino — Associate Vice President for Human Resources and Co-Chief Diversity Officer

California State University, San Bernardino — Associate Vice President for Human Resources and Co-Chief Diversity Officer

The Associate Vice President is charged with the responsibility for planning, organizing and implementing a comprehensive human resource program.

Bergen Community College — Human Resources Generalist

Bergen Community College — Human Resources Generalist

The HR Generalist provides independent, full-service professional HR support for assigned division(s)/department(s) in the areas of employee relations, talent acquisition, talent management, engagement/retention of staff, training, compensation/benefits administration, communications, and payroll. 

Bergen Community College — Assistant Director of Human Resources

Bergen Community College — Assistant Director of Human Resources

The Assistant Director will lead the day-to-day operations of the HR department to execute and administer human capital management including talent acquisition, compensation, benefits, performance management, employee relations, labor relations, administering and interpreting collective bargaining agreements, job descriptions, budget management, organizational development, human resources information systems, data management and reporting.

Bergen Community College — Director of Human Resources and Employee Relations

Bergen Community College — Director of Human Resources and Employee Relations

This administrator serves as the Chief Human Resources Officer for the College and provides leadership, direction and strategic management for the College’s Human Resources and Payroll departments.

New York University — Assistant Vice President for Talent, Learning and Organizational Development

New York University — Assistant Vice President for Talent, Learning and Organizational Development

The Assistant Vice President for Talent, Learning, and Organizational Development is responsible for leading the University’s talent acquisition, learning, and organizational development teams in providing high-level HR expertise to all of NYU’s schools and administrative divisions as well as several academic centers and institutes.

University of Michigan — Associate Vice President for Human Resources

University of Michigan — Associate Vice President for Human Resources

The AVP directly leads the central University Human Resources Department and provides indirect oversight of human resources personnel and functions in the various schools, colleges and administrative units across all campuses.

Trinity College — Assistant Vice President for Human Resources

Trinity College — Assistant Vice President for Human Resources

The AVP will be responsible for providing strategic leadership in all aspects of the Human Resources function across the institution, help drive a culture of change, and make meaningful contributions throughout the Trinity community.