The Executive Director, Talent Management and Human Resources, is responsible for the strategic leadership of the School's human resource function. Working with School leadership, this person will update, communicate and execute the School's comprehensive strategy for talent development while overseeing the daily function of the Human Resources office. The job duties include organizational development, recruitment, employment law compliance, performance management, succession planning, diversity strategy, employee relations, compensation, benefits and visa management. The Executive Director, Talent Management and Human Resources will work closely with the School's leadership team and JHU's central HR organization. This position reports to the Carey Business School's Sr. Associate Dean for Finance and Administration, with a secondary reporting relationship to the University's Vice President of Human Resources.
Note: *Extensive education and/or experience will receive additional consideration for compensation outside of the posted range.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
Provides strategic support to the Dean, Vice and Associate Deans, and other members of School leadership in the areas of organizational structure and development, coaching through organizational change and other staff/organizational issues
Participates in the development of the School's plans and programs as a strategic partner focused particularly on talent acquisition and development.
Evaluates and advises on the impact of long-range planning of new programs/strategies and actions and the impact of those issues upon the attraction, motivation, development and retention of staff and faculty resources.
Compiles and utilizes analytics to inform management decisions and School strategy.
Directs the HR staff as they perform the transactional activities of human resources, including recruitment, employee relations, training, performance review management and working with the University's HR information system.
Develops organizational development strategies and tactics. Oversees the implementation of these strategies through HR and other staff activities.
Oversees a strong and effective visa management process.
Ensures that the recruitment activities produce quality candidates in a timely way and that new hires are appropriately onboarded.
Responsible for compliance with federal, state and local regulations and JHU policies.
Partners with JHU's central HR department, the Office of the General Counsel and the Office of Internal Equity to manage compensation, benefits, employee relations and other pertinent HR matters.
Implement innovative approaches to attract a high quality and diverse pool of talent to the School.
Develops innovative programs to measure, develop, advance and reward talent within the school.
Oversees comprehensive performance management processes designed to ensure continuous staff improvement.
Internal and External Contacts:
School Leadership, Staff and faculty at all organizational levels
Johns Hopkins University central administration and division management
Vendors and consultants related to recruitment and organizational development
Education, Experience, Licensure, Certification:
Bachelor's degree in a related field, Master's degree strongly preferred.
Ten or more years of progressively responsible experience in leadership and management, with relevant human resources management experience.
3-5 years of experience of working with a senior executive teams as a thought leader and change agent.
Knowledge and Skill:
Strong knowledge of human resources strategy, administration, HR emerging trends, organizational development, and employee relations.
Proven ability to attract, retain and develop a diverse pool of staff and faculty talent.
Demonstrated ability to initiate, develop and implement a wide range of human resources programs independently and in collaboration with other HR professionals.
Advanced consulting and negotiation skills to counsel management and staff on human resources matters and to facilitate conflict resolution.
Working knowledge of the H-1B and J-1 Visa process as well as the permanent residency process.
Demonstrated organizational development and change management skills, highly capable of working with different leadership styles, diverse and/or complex organizational issues and structures.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Comprehensive knowledge of federal, state, and local human resources regulations.
Demonstrated ability to exercise sound and independent judgment.
Experience in examining and re-engineering operations and processes, formulating policy and implementing new strategies and procedures. Strong HRIS skills, preferably SAP.
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