Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Featured Job: Senior Executive Director of Human Resources

TITLE:                                    Senior Executive Director of Human Resources

1.                  Minimum of Master’s degree in education administration, personnel or human services management or related field.
2.                  NC teacher or administrative certification preferred.
3.                  Evidence of highly successful experience in personnel administration.
4.                  Exceptional skills in management and leadership, communications and human relations.
5.                  Prior successful experience as a building administrator preferred.
6.                  Such alternatives to the above that the Board may find appropriate and acceptable.

REPORTS TO:                       Assistant Superintendent for Support Services

SUPERVISES:                       Coordinator of Teacher Recruitment and office support                                                                   personnel.

JOB GOAL:                           To plan, coordinate, and supervise the operation of the human resources office in such a way as to enhance the motivation and morale of school district personnel, promote the effectiveness of the school system, and maximize the opportunities and benefits provided to each child.


1.                  Plans and directs a program for the recruitment, selection, assignment, and retention of the best qualified teachers and other personnel in collaboration with the Teacher Recruitment Coordinator and other HR staff.

2.                  Confers with principals and program directors to determine the needs for staff of various classifications.

3.                  Recommends all assignments, transfers, dismissals, and promotions in consultation with principals, and appropriate supervisors.

4.                  Coordinates the employees’ evaluation program. Heads the development and implementation of evaluation programs.

5.                  Provides necessary processing for issuance and renewal of state credentials through the HR licensure specialist.

6.                  Certifies classifications and salaries to the finance department.

7.                  Provides necessary research for successful compensation administration.

8.                  Organizes a corps of substitute teachers and makes available to principals an up-to-date substitute teacher list though the substitute program manager.

9.                  Creates, reviews, and maintains up-to-date job descriptions for every position in the district.

10.              Maintains adequate records of personnel.

11.              Maintains personnel policy handbooks.

12.              Oversees the Mentor Teacher Program and other such programs related to teacher retention and support, in collaboration with the Coordinator of Teacher Recruitment.

13.              Organizes and/or participates in staff committees related to personnel, as needed or requested.

14.              Provides guidance to employees relative to employee relations.

15.              In conjunction with the assistant superintendent for support services, plans, develops, and revises human resource management polices in accordance with state legislation for submission to the Board for adoption.

16.              Keeps informed of pertinent issues, trends, and concerns related to human resource administration and translates those into decision or actions required by the school district.

17.              Reports regularly to the assistant superintendent for support services the problems, condition, and needs of the human resources office.

18.              Provides a system of on-going communication about personnel policies, practices, and procedures for district employees.

19.              Attends, as needed or requested, workshops, conferences, and meetings related to personnel administration.

20.              Coordinates orientation program for all new staff.

21.              Assumes administrative responsibility for routine duties of the human resources office, including approving leave of absence requests, responding to requests for information and supervision of office staff.

22.              Performs other such duties as assigned by the supervisor.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:           Twelve-month year.  Salary based on schedule established by the Board.

EVALUATION:        Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on Evaluation of Administrative Personnel.

To apply: click here.  Make sure to attach a cover letter and resume to your application.