Executive Director or Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources

Freeport School District 145

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    JobID: 5692 Position Type: Administration/Asst. Superintendent of Human Resources Date Posted: 5/17/2023 Location: District Employee Anticipated Start Date: 07/01/2023 Closing Date: 05/31/2023 TITLE: EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OR ASSISTANT SUPERITENDENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in school administration or a bachelor’s degree in human resource management. At least five years of successful experience in public school administration or five years as a human resources generalist. Experience in negotiating and managing union contracts. Type 75 Administrative Certification or such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable. REPORTS TO: Superintendent of Schools SUPERVISES: Human Resources Staff ______________________________________________________________________________ JOB GOAL: Responsible to the Superintendent for the direction, coordination and overall management of a comprehensive human resources program for the school district, including recruiting, employment, compensation, labor relations, training and development, employee relations and communications. Performance Responsibilities:

    • Identify, plan and implement strategic objectives for the human resources department including an annual human resource plan and participate in the district’s strategic planning process.
    • Responsible for the implementation and ongoing maintenance of all human resources policies and procedures.
    • Plan, organize and direct the District’s efforts to recruit, employ and retain qualified instructional, administrative and education support personnel and substitute employees.
    • Develop and implement compensation programs within the budget guidelines of the District. Ensure that the program includes objective and defensible elements for job evaluation, and employee salary program that includes internal fairness and external competitiveness.
    • Provide guidance and expertise to employees and management in resolving personnel problems.
    • Ensure compliance with all regulatory and legal requirements as they relate to the human resources functions. Manage human resources administrative functions including personnel files, an applicant tracking system and all other personnel actions and administrative responsibilities of the HR function.
    • Serve as the lead administrator in all labor negotiations and union contract management, assist the professional negotiator in the development of collective bargaining strategy, and recommend agreements to the superintendent for approval and recommendation to the board of education.
    • Design and implement employee communication programs in order to ensure ongoing, positive up and down communications throughout the organization.
    • Manage the human resources of the district in an effective manner, institutionalizing positive human resources procedures and policies, thus assisting in the prevention of litigation and costly labor problems.
    • Serve as the designee of the superintendent at appropriate stages of the grievance procedure, and serve as the first administrative level above that of building principal in any formal grievance procedure.
    • Delegate responsibility to appropriate staff members to ensure that the day-to-day human resource functions are carried out. Personally, manage the human resources staff members who are responsible for the administrative areas of the human resources department.
    • Responsible for encouraging the professional growth of the human resources staff.
    • Plan, organize, implement and evaluate staff induction and ongoing professional development programs for certificated staff and educational support personnel in consultation with administrators and employee representatives including state required re-certification programs.
    • Coordinate the employee performance improvement/evaluation program.
    • Plan, organize and implement employee recognition programs.
    • Prepare and submit any applicable grants that will serve to supplement the efficient and effective administration of the district’s human resource functions.
    • Perform other duties as assigned by the Superintendent.

    SKILLS: Strong leadership, management and organizational skills, as well as understanding multi-disciplinary programs. Demonstrated ability to work successfully with individuals and groups from diverse educational, social and ethnic backgrounds. An ability to integrate diversified functions. Effective consultative skills as well as executive and managerial skills. Understanding, influencing and serving others are important attributes in this position. The ability to select, develop and motivate people and create a positive work environment. The ability to resolve human resource problems quickly and effectively, and determining appropriate course of action in the human resources area. Must display a high degree of emotional maturity while keeping difficult situations in proper perspective. Must be flexible and have well-developed interpersonal skills. Must excel in personal interactions with the human resources staff and employees at all levels of the District. TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Requires sitting, standing, bending and reaching. May require lifting up to 20 pounds. Requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate standard office machines such a computer, fax machines, calculators, telephone and other office equipment. Requires normal range of hearing and vision. TYPICAL MENTAL DEMANDS: Must be able to analyze many variables and choose the most effective course of action for the organization at any given point in time. Must handle diverse work problems on a daily basis. Personal maturity is an important attribute. Must be able to resolve problems, handle conflict and make effective decisions under pressure. Must have a long attention span in order to listen to people, perceive the real problem and bring issues to a successful conclusion. Must relate and interact with people at all levels of the District. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Twelve-month work year. Salary and working conditions to be established by the board of education. EVALUATION: Performance will be evaluated annually by the Superintendent.

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