Provide consultation and guidance to leadership teams and supervisors in navigating various Employee and Labor Relations related issues in accordance with college policy and contract language.
Conduct investigations in accordance with collective bargaining agreements and college policies and procedures. Prepare grievance responses, written reports, and findings; make recommendations; maintain appropriate records of activities.
Serve as a trained, trauma-informed Title IX Investigator and a member of the Title IX team.
Administer and interpret rules and regulations of collective bargaining agreements (CBA).
Manage the faculty salary advancement and contract process in partnership with Benefits and Compensation.
Manage the Classified Staff Collective Bargaining Agreement contract updates in partnership with Benefits and Compensation.
Manage and/or support Administrators through the grievance process for Classified and Faculty contracts.
Participate in Faculty contract negotiations.
Participate in Classified Labor Management Communications Committee (LMCC) meetings.
Partner with HR Directors to review, update, and develop HR policies with an equity lens.
Administer Background Check review process.
Partner with Employee Development to develop and/or facilitate a variety of Employee and Labor Relations related trainings, such as, Performance Development and Evaluations, Setting S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-based) goals/expectations, Collective Bargaining Agreements, Supervisor Essentials, Disciplinary Actions, Avoiding Grievances, Conducting Investigations and Workplace Behavior.
Other areas of responsibility:
Administer Affirmative Action plan and reporting
Effectively lead and develop a diverse team in area of responsibility
Partner with Employee Development to facilitate New Employee Orientation
Partner with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Employee Development to provide and facilitate required and professional development training opportunities
Create a safe, bias-free working environment, which engenders respect for differences.
Provide leadership in accordance with the mission, Core themes, objectives and values established by the college.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business, Public Administration, Organizational Development, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, or closely related field from an accredited college or university OR equivalent work experience to obtain human resources, employee/labor relations, and compliance expertise.
Three (3) years of progressive experience working in a Human Resources department within a large, complex organization.
Two (2) years of experience advising managers, supervisors and staff in Human Resource matters such as: performance management, Labor and Employee Relations, etc.
Successful Candidates will also have:
Demonstrated experience successfully leading and/or collaborating within culturally diverse teams
Demonstrated track record contributing to an equitable and ethical organization by addressing and challenging institutional barriers, policies, procedures through an equity lens.
Demonstrated expertise conducting Title IX investigations and/or investigating employment discrimination complaints.
Demonstrated expertise working through complex employee and labor relations issues with labor partners in order to prevent and/or address grievances.
Demonstrated success using a powerful sense of empathy to lead difficult conversations, respectfully consider diverse perspectives, and identify principled courses of action.
Demonstrated ability to work well with people of all ages from academically, culturally, and socioeconomically diverse backgrounds.
Excellent communication skills, judgement, and attention to detail.
Human Resources Certification (e.g. SPHR, PHR, SHRM SCP or SHRM CP).
Experience working in an HR department within higher education.
Experience using Advocate or other similar Title IX tracking system.
Master's degree in Human Resources, Business, Public Administration, Organizational Development, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, or closely allied field.
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