Regional Director of Human Resources - Remote in Mission, KS at Concorde Career Colleges

Date Posted: 11/30/2022

Job Snapshot

Job Description

SUMMARY

Manages human resources responsibilities for assigned region, collaborating across other regions to ensure consistency. Responsible for supporting at least one additional function and ensuring best practices in HR management: employee relations, talent acquisition, benefits, or compensation.  Manages performance management, development, termination, personnel records, legal compliance, recognition, ADA, and unemployment.  Works in tandem with supported managers to engender culture of excellence and high performance in the workforce.  All Concorde associates are required to display professionalism and uphold Concorde’s Mission and the core values of respect for the individual, integrity, teamwork, customer service, and achievement.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Partner with leadership in assigned region to implement HR best practices and provides proactive support of HR programs and approaches
  • Manage ongoing HR processes and programs (performance management, orientation, development planning, salary administration, personnel files, benefits, etc.)
  • Train Campus Leadership and Staff on relevant HR topic
  • Assist with planning and communication of employee and career development process
  • Take responsibility for assigned content area(s) and lead Company-wide development/enhancement of processes/programs
  • Provide guidance to employees and management on employee relations issues (i.e., performance, compliance with labor laws, etc.) and change management
  • Stay current on employment laws and educating leadership on implications for company practices
  • Visit campuses as needed
  • Perform other duties, as assigned

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY

Supervise 1-4 associates

OTHER COMMENTS/REQUIREMENTS

20-30% travel assigned region/campuses

Qualifications

EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION

  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources, business or related area, or equivalent experience
  • Minimum 4-6 years of increasingly responsible human resources experience
  • SHRM or HRCI Certification preferred
  • Knowledge of Federal and State employment law
  • Knowledge of California employment law is preferred
  • Effective verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills displaying positive leadership characteristics
  • Effective communicator, articulate, logical. Demonstrated collaborative, negotiating, counseling, and problem-solving skills
  • Critical thinking and change management skills
  • Self-starter, proactive, demonstrates sense of urgency and results-orientation
  • Must have excellent organization and prioritization skills and demonstrate initiative and act in a self-directed manner
  • Demonstrated presentation, coaching, and facilitation skills