The Norton Museum of Art seeks a Director of Human Resources.
The Human Resources Director reports directly to the Executive Director and is responsible for overall administration of human resources functions. The Human Resources Director is a member of the Senior Staff.
Benefits: Responsible for the development, implementation and day-to-day administration of the Museum’s benefit program. Ensures accurate and effective communication with both employees and providers regarding helpful and necessary coverage information.
Employee Records: Responsible for appropriate personnel record collection and retention policies and the confidentiality of all personnel information. Reviews position descriptions and oversees performance appraisal process on an annual basis.
Recruiting, hiring and termination: Responsible for the recruitment of all temporary and regular staff, coordination of the hiring process with supervisors, and the orientation of all new employees. Ensures that all proper and appropriate measures are taken throughout the hiring or termination of an employee. Conducts new employee orientation and exit interviews.
Staff development: Responsible for training programs or instructional guides, guidelines, procedures and/or policies measuring or encouraging internal development; and the use of motivational tools.
Manage STC, the Staff Team Committee. Responsible for governance of STC, oversee budget and approve projects undertaken by STC.
Policy and Procedure: Responsible for development and implementation of personnel and compensation policies and procedures; recommends improvements for the internal Museum policies. Communicates with and advises staff regarding internal policies and procedures. Ensures the fair and equitable administration of policies.
Compensation: Responsible for the construction and update of job descriptions and salary ranges for staff positions.
Legal: Assures compliance with all federal, state and local regulations.
Payroll: Assists the payroll process by entering and maintaining employee payroll records.
- BA degree in Human Resources or related field
Training and Experience
- Five or more years’ human resource experience with management level experience required
- Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite software
- Must be able to sit for long periods of time at a PC. Infrequent light physical effort required.
The Norton Museum of Art is an Equal Opportunity Employer.