Director of Human Resources
Company: Catholic Charities
Posted on: April 11, 2021
The Director of Human Resource is responsible for the development
and implementation of Catholic Charities Human Resources function
including but not limited employment, compensation, benefits, and
training, affirmative action and employee relations. This position
reports to the Chief Financial Officer and serves as a senior
consultant to the Chief of Operations and the Leadership and
Management Team on all matters pertaining to human resource
management, and assures Agency wide compliance with public and
Agency policy pertaining to human resources. In addition the
Director of Human Resources provides assistance to program
directors and supervisors in developing, communicating, and
carrying out the Agency's personnel policies.
The Director of Human Resource serves as staff to the Personnel
Committee of the Board of Trustees.
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES/ DUTIES:
- Administer the job classification system of the Agency and
- Plan, formulate, and update general Agency personnel
- Ensure Agency compliance with all federal, state, and local
employment laws and regulations.
- Oversee the administrative protocol for recruitment, interview,
testing, selection, placement, and orientation of new employees and
continuing Agency employees. Orientation and training must include
a focus on the mission of this sectarian Catholic Agency and the
social teachings of the Church which guide us in our work.
- Develop and coordinate education, training, and development
programs within the Agency.
- Develop and oversee implementation of a plan to include staff
events and service recognition programs.
- Ensure Agency compliance with personnel requirements set forth
in program contract agreements.
- Monitor application and compliance with Agency affirmative
- Coordinate and oversee the classification, appraisal, transfer
and promotion of employees.
- Consult with senior management regarding retrenchment, re-call,
demotion, and termination of employees.
- Coordinate communication and assure compliance with Agency
grievance procedures and recommend changes to assure just treatment
of employees as appropriate.
- Oversee the administration of employee compensation and benefit
plans; ensuring accurate and timely disclosure of information,
reports, and payments concerning employee benefits in close
collaboration with the Finance Department [Controller's
- Continually assess and make appropriate recommendations to
ensure that benefits and compensation packages remain
- Oversees payroll processing.
- Supervise appropriate staff.
- Oversee and administer personnel data base and all personnel
records to assure they are appropriately and consistently
maintained in a standardized manner consistent with Agency policy,
legal requirements and accreditation standards. Audit files as
appropriate to assure compliance.
- Develop and oversee implementation of Agency Human Resources
- Collects and analyzes human resource data and prepares all
reports and documents as needed.
- PQI Function:
- Strengthen and build organizational capacity through the
development and implementation of effective data collection systems
that are used for analyzes and interpretation of outcomes and
trends related to program and administrative services of the
community demographics, clients, agency funding entities and
- Analyze and evaluate progress toward achieving the agency's
strategic goals and objectives
- Evaluate operational functions that influence the agency's
capacity in the delivery of programs and administrative
- Use results of data to inform decision making
- Identify and mitigate risk
- Performs related duties as required Job Requirements:
- Master's degree or equivalent in Human Resources, Business or
- Ten plus years of progressive leadership experience in Human
Resources positions. Non-- profit experience preferred. Bilingual
- Specialized training in employment law, compensation,
organizational planning, organization development, employee
relations, safety, training, and preventive labor relations,
- Active affiliation with appropriate Human Resources networks
and organizations and ongoing community involvement,
- Possess ongoing affiliations with leaders in successful
companies and organizations that practice effective Human Resources
- Broad base of technical knowledge and skills relevant to human
resource administration in non profit environment.
- Knowledge in design, implementation and on-going use of
automated information management systems.
- Excellent writing, analytical, and problem-solving skills.
Relevant experience in policy development and writing.
- Excellent planning, organizational, administrative,
supervisory, and budget-management skills.
- Ability to deal effectively with a wide range of staff, as well
as job applicants and outside organizations, frequently regarding
highly sensitive personal, financial and/or legal matters. Strong
formal and informal negotiating and mediating skills. EMPLOYEE
Catholic Charities offers access to a comprehensive array of
For Good Health: Medical, Prescription, Dental and Vision
For a Secure Future: Life, AD&D and Long-term disability
For Retirement: 403(b) Plan, with employer matching contributions
for eligible employees
For Career Advancement: Training and development opportunities and
for Licensed Clinicians ability to apply for the education Loan
Forgiveness Program under The National Services Health Corp.
For Work Life Balance: Generous paid time off; including vacation
and sick time.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - Free and confidential
Catholic Charities Inc., Archdiocese of Hartford is in compliance
with all applicable discrimination laws. All hiring, promoting, and
transferring is done on a non-discriminatory basis without regard
to membership in any protected class. EEO/ AA/ M-F/ VET/
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