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Chief Human Resources Officer


The Role:


The Chief Human Resources Officer is responsible for leading, developing, and implementing comprehensive and innovative organizational human resources and diversity functions. A key member of the executive leadership team with HR responsibility for (how many) employees. This position provides leadership for Human Resources and Diversity, including Total Rewards/Compensation and Analytics, Talent Management and Inclusion, Organizational Learning and Talent Development, Legal Compliance and Employee Engagement and Culture. The Chief Human Resources Officer will drive thought leadership focusing on critical human capital issues. This position will be responsible for leading all elements of HR and talent strategies in support of the firm’s business plan and in alignment with strategic direction of the organization. It is critically important that this executive lead an HR function that is fully integrated with the business and aligned with the company’s overall strategy.


Responsibilities:


Provides guidance and Human Resource expertise to develop the organization’s leadership position as the “go-to” organization for human capital issues.


Delivers best-in-class Human Resource processes and programming to the organization and for Human Resources professionals.


Develops and implements exemplary organizational Diversity and Inclusion plan and culture.


Serves as spokesperson for the organization including assistance on advocacy and will work closely with the Chief Executive Officer, Executive Leadership Team, and Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors.


Assists with the development of strategic objectives for the organization and ensures Human Resources alignment with these objectives of the organization to contribute directly to growth strategy and financial objectives.


Supports world-class recruitment, hiring, and onboarding policies, procedures, and logistics to hire and retain employees of highest competency and caliber.


Provides leadership and management reinforcement for strong and responsive Total Rewards/Compensation and Well-being functions.


Partner with Total Rewards to ensure competitive and consistent total compensation programs and compensation administration practices for the firm.


Drive workforce management strategies through the development of key metrics and performance indicators that enable business leaders to effectively forecast and manage human capital for direct business unit performance.


Embrace and enhance the company’s culture ensuring that employees continue to be engaged, motivated and driven.


Lead effectively through change.


Lead a strong and diverse HR team. The function should be viewed by all to be strategic, effective, and vital to the company’s success.


Assess and launch innovative cost effective and strategically aligned learning and development initiatives, including management development programs.


Ensure that the leadership team has the “pulse of the company” to make proactive and impactful organization decisions. This will include spending time with the employees as well as building a scalable solutions so that all employees feel empowered and connected to the business as growth continues.
Be aware of evolving regulatory influences on management, policies, processes and practices. Ensure the company is in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.


Drives and sustains a culture of accountability and transparency.


Effectively and efficiently delivers core and value-added Human Resource services.


Acts as a sounding board for organizational content, thought leadership, and advocacy.


Supports a culture of customer service in all areas of Human Resource service delivery.


Qualifications:



  • Bachelor’s degree in human resource management, business, economics, psychology or related field. MBA required.

  • SHRM-SCP or the ability to obtain within one year.

  • 10 years as the head of Human Resources or as divisional head of Human Resources or sustainable operating unit.

  • Successful service as a trusted advisor and thought partner to Chief Executive Officer, Executive Team, and Board of Directors.

  • Experience as Human Resources generalist with expertise in leading and developing Human Resources professionals.

  • Experience developing and implementing leading-edge projects and programs on time and on budget.

  • Strong leadership, interpersonal, and communication skills.

  • Globally-minded, team player, and knowledgeable.

  • Strong program execution and financial acumen.

  • Ability to align Human Resources to support and enhance the organization’s goals.

  • Ability to lead, develop, and motivate.

  • Ability to effect change through influence, and drive cultural change.

  • Recognized as a thought leader.

  • Effectively collaborates to adopt and transfer best practices.


*LOCAL CANDIDATES ONLY - NO RELOCATION*


Equal Opportunity Employer considering qualified candidates in accordance with state and federal laws, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with the City of Los Angeles’ Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.


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