HR related articles

Southern Connecticut State University — Chief Human Resources Officer

Southern Connecticut State University — Chief Human Resources Officer

The University seeks an accomplished human resource professional  highly adept in labor relations and HR best practices.

Long Beach Community College District  — Vice President, Human Resources

Long Beach Community College District — Vice President, Human Resources

The Vice President, Human Resources serves as the District’s Chief Human Resources Officer providing leadership policy and direction in human resources, labor relations, faculty and staff diversity, and staff development.

The University of California — Vice President for Human Resources

The University of California — Vice President for Human Resources

The University of California seeks a visionary, collaborative, inclusive, and service-oriented HR executive to serve as its next vice president for human resources.

Tennessee Tech University — Associate Vice President for Human Resources

Tennessee Tech University — Associate Vice President for Human Resources

This position will provide leadership in human resource functions for the University’s principal assets: its students, faculty, and staff.

California Institute of the Arts — Chief Human Resources Officer

California Institute of the Arts — Chief Human Resources Officer

The new CHRO will be committed to transparent communication and focused on streamlining human resources operations across the Institute, all while ensuring that the values of diversity and access are emphasized in each and every decision, process, and structure with inclusivity and equity.

Chicago State University — Associate Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Culture Officer

Chicago State University — Associate Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Culture Officer

Chicago State University seeks an accomplished and visionary leader to serve as the associate vice president of human resources and chief culture officer. The AVP will lead strategic collaborations that drive HR effectiveness in support of the University’s mission and vision.

University of Maine System — Chief Human Resources Officer

University of Maine System — Chief Human Resources Officer

The UMS CHRO will lead a Human Resources department consisting of sixty HR professionals who are hardworking, interconnected and geographically dispersed but centrally managed – in some cases with matrixed reporting relationships within the universities they serve well.

University of California Santa Cruz  — Human Resource Strategy and Training Advisor

University of California Santa Cruz — Human Resource Strategy and Training Advisor

The Human Resource Strategy and Training Advisor, reporting to the Executive Director, is responsible for managing, strategizing and implementing all HR related matters for Smarter Balanced which is administered by UCSC Extension Division.

Boston University — Vice President for Human Resources

Boston University — Vice President for Human Resources

The Vice President for Human Resources coordinates and directs strategic and operational decision making in the planning, development and implementation of meaningful and measurable human resource programs and services that foster productive collaborations and partnerships and drive organizational effectiveness in support of the university’s mission and goals.

HACC, Central Pennsylvanias Community College  — Vice President for Human Resources and Organizational Development

HACC, Central Pennsylvanias Community College — Vice President for Human Resources and Organizational Development

HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, and its first and largest community college, seeks a new Vice President for Human Resources and Organizational Development who will plan, develop, organize, implement, direct, and evaluate the College’s human resource functions.

Golden Gate University — Director of Human Resources – Chief Human Resources Officer

Golden Gate University — Director of Human Resources – Chief Human Resources Officer

The Chief Human Resources Officer is a strategic business partner who works collaboratively across the university to support, enable, and lead the realization of Golden Gate University’s vision, mission, and objectives.