Vice President of Human Resources - Lutheran Life Villages

Vice President of Human Resources | Corporate

Location: The Village at Anthony Boulevard
Type: Full-time

Job Duties

The Vice President of Human Resources is responsible for directing and leading the strategy, development and execution of strategic human resources programs and initiatives in support of organizational objectives.  

This position provides overall guidance to organization systems and practices related to talent acquisition, talent development, compensation and benefits, individual performance management processes and engages in practices and initiatives that support, build and foster a culture that reinforces the organization’s vision and core values. This position maintains a pulse on the “people” environment of the organization along with issues and challenges facing the organization with the goal of building a positive, motivated and engaged staff and a strong organizational culture.  

This position is a member of the organization’s Executive Team and partners with the team to ensure the delivery of effective HR administrative services including execution of organization-wide benefit and compensation programs, EEO and compliance, safety, and records management.  

This position also works closely with the President and CEO to support all people related issues. This includes helping to support the organization’s culture, organizational development, talent management and leadership development.  

The Vice President of Human Resources provides and directs the strategic direction of all Human Resources staff and functions including processes, procedures and initiatives. 

Job Qualifications

1.      Education/Training 

a)      Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in Human Resources. Master’s degree preferred. PHR (Professional in Human Resources) or SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources) certification preferred.  

2.      Experience 

a)      A minimum of 10 years experience in a senior-level Human Resources position leading and directing the human resources function and at least 5 years in a strategic role. 

3.      Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: 

a)      Extensive knowledge of organization development, training & development, performance management systems and compensation design. 

b)      Requires an in-depth knowledge of the principles, practices and theories, technology and laws in human resources. 

c)      Work effectively with senior management and provide leadership to human resources, large scale change and organization development to deploy limited resources in most effective manner to support organization business priorities. Strong collaboration skills to facilitate open sharing of information. 

d)     Significant relevant experience in high growth organizations defining and establishing programs that address impact to culture, talent, engagement and change. 

e)      Exceptional written and verbal communication, presentation and interpersonal skills are required to establish and maintain highly effective working relationships in an extremely fast paced and demanding work environment. 

f)       Strong analytical and conceptual skills required and ability to develop creative solutions. 

g)      Advanced computer skill level and experience with various HRIS, Microsoft and other related systems. 

h)      Must have demonstrated organizational skills with a keen attention to detail and the ability to effective manage multiple priorities and projects within given timelines. 

i)        Ability to prepare and analyze comprehensive reports; carry out assigned projects to their completion, communicate verbally and in writing, and the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees. 

j)        Exceptional ability to maintain confidentiality and demonstrates poise, tact and diplomacy. 

k)      Demonstrated ability to solve problems and be solutions oriented. 

l)        Previous successful work experience in which working in a team oriented environment was critical to the success of getting the job done. 

m)    Aware of and able to interpret for the organization current trends in areas such as benefits, compensation, training, recruiting, succession planning and other key HR areas. 

n)      Demonstrated emotional maturity and ability to deal with difficult and contentious issues. 

o)      Demonstrated experience training employees and leaders in a variety of training programs related to HR topics, staff development, leadership, etc., in order to effectively ensure the delivery of training programs to meet diverse staff needs. 

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