Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)
Posted on Jan 22, 2019 by Colorado School of Mines
The company operates within the education sector.
- Organizational leadership: Provides counsel to the EVP and senior leadership regarding strategy, best practices and organizational HR policies, in addition to informing them about issues of potential concern at either the programmatic or individual constituent levels. Collaboratively engages with the EVP to develop and define strategic goals related to human resources. Serves as an active and valued participant in the Administration and Operations (A&O) leadership team by providing strategic leadership and proactively driving HR solutions that support broader campus goals and objectives. Provides change management advice and recommends action to Mine's leadership. Collaboratively designs change initiatives to meet the needs of the organization.
- Functional Leadership: Provides leadership, direction and assumes full management responsibility for Human Resources programs, services and activities including recruitment and selection, employee relations, classification and pay, performance evaluation, discipline, equal employment opportunity, workers' compensation, fringe benefits, and unemployment insurance. Develops a comprehensive Human Resources communications strategy to improve the efficacy of internal and external HR information.
- Team Leadership: Plan, direct, and coordinate Human Resources' work plan; meet with staff to identify and resolve problems; assign projects and programmatic areas of responsibility; review and evaluate work methods and procedures. Select, train, motivate, coach, mentor, and evaluate Human Resources staff; provide or coordinate staff development; collaborate with employees to develop skills and abilities. Provide ongoing feedback and formal evaluation to staff.
- Demonstrated proficiency in HR practices in several functional areas of a Human Resources Department: Talent Acquisition, Compensation and Benefits, HRIS and Records, and Employee Relations, Organizational Development, and Learning and Development
- Demonstrated ability to engage and lead a team of human resources professionals by providing a vision and actionable strategies that allows individuals to optimally perform individual responsibilities, professionally develop, and achieve HR team goals
- Strong personal and professional commitment to building and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workforce and a demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals with diverse backgrounds and groups representing numerous perspectives and interests