Working with the University’s executive management to establish sound plans for workforce development, succession planning on all levels, performance management practices, and management training will be key initiatives for the new CHRO.
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The Director of Human Resources works closely with the CFO to lead, direct, and coordinate all human resource activities including policy development, employment processes and personnel forms, employee benefits and retirement plans, employee relations, state and federal regulatory compliance, compensation, wellness and employee assistance programs, employee orientation, and training and professional development.
The Employment and Benefits Coordinator is responsible for administration of employee benefits in all University operations.
The Vice Chancellor for Human Resources functions as the chief human resources officer for the CSU System.
The CHRO will oversee Human Resources for Carnegie Mellon and will have a full appreciation and well-rounded knowledge of the related complex issues that affect institutions of higher education.
The Chief Human Resources Officer reports to the Vice President for Legal Affairs and oversees a staff of 16.