||Director of Human Resources
||Northshore School District
serves under the general direction of the Executive Director of Human
Resources. Responsibilities include
employee/labor relations for classified employees; managing assigned aspects of
the staffing, pay and classification processes; advising client supervisors on
an array of human resources issues; investigating and resolving staff and
citizen complaints; serving as Title IX and Affirmative Action Officer; and
managing various other Human Resources program areas. The Human Resources Director:
- Administers labor/employee relations functions for
classified employees; negotiates and administers labor agreements as District
spokesperson within board parameters; maintains bargaining history for the
District; establishes and maintains effective and collaborative relationships
with union and employee group leaders.
- Works with administrators on staffing issues;
monitors allocated staffing resources; manages voluntary and involuntary
transfer processes; writes job descriptions and manages recruitment and
applicant referral processes; authorizes hiring recommendations; ensures
compliance with labor agreements; resolves issues related to recruiting and
hiring; ensures fairness, integrity and equity of process.
- Maintains effective employee relations with staff;
advises administrators, supervisors and staff on a wide range of issues; assists
in problem-resolution; conducts investigations; advises administrators on
discipline and discharge issues; ensures conformance with external and internal
due process requirements and standards; practices effective risk management
related to areas of responsibility.
- Performs other management functions related to areas
of responsibility, including reporting and analyzing of data, making
recommendations for change or improvement, and communicating expectations or
information to internal and external audiences.
- Supervises, trains, deploys and evaluates other
- Serves as Affirmative Action/Title IX Officer;
investigates complaints, writes reports, and implements corrective action when
- Administers other HR program areas, such as public
records, ADA accommodations, and unemployment.
- A Bachelor of Arts or Sciences degree. Master’s degree preferred.
to five years of progressively responsible experience in Human Resources
as a certificated building or program administrator may substitute for the
required experience on a year for year basis.
SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
ability to provide innovative and responsible leadership with strength in
planning, organizing, supervising and delegating.
of effective principles and practices of human resources management.
of, and experience in, collaborative bargaining strategies, and ability to
interpret and administer collective bargaining agreements.
to apply sophisticated analytical skills, methods and tools to a wide variety
in a variety of professional practice areas, such as job analysis,
compensation, performance management, recruitment and staff training.
in interpersonal relations, listening, communicating and problem-solving.
oral communication skills, including the ability to make presentations to large
to exercise independent judgment, remain flexible, and work effectively under
to use computer applications, including HR information systems, MS Office and
other productivity tools.
to write clearly and persuasively.
to set and achieve goals related to the accomplishment of the district’s
strategic plan and objectives.
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