Salary range: $100k+
The Director of Human Resources (DHR) is responsible for performing HR-related duties and works closely with corporate management in supporting multiple office locations in multiple states. In this role, the DHR leverages services in the areas of talent acquisition, performance and rewards, diversity and inclusion, benefits, policy implementation, organization and employee development, compensation, and employment law compliance.
The ideal candidate will be an individual with a solid HR background in the architectural, engineering and construction (AEC) industry, and demonstrated experience to function as a strategic partner who has experience directing a broad range of human resource initiatives and programs.
The selected individual will lead and maintain positive cultural environment, seek to build business partnerships, provide coaching to develop others, and offer creative solutions to business issues. Candidates must possess strong interpersonal and project management skills.
Other detailed responsibilities, but not limited to, are as follows:
- Be a Team Player!
- Maintain an energetic, positive, and friendly demeanor.
- Provide leadership and expertise for following Human Resource (HR) functions: employee relations,
compensation, employee engagement practices, training, leadership development and coaching,
organizational change, and communications for a client group.
- Coach executive management team on issues of effective team building and organizational effectiveness.
Advise and facilitate career development and training.
- Measure and monitor key HR performance indicators with focus on improving retention, time-to-hire and
other metrics as appropriate.
- Create a company Employee Incentive Plan and implement the tasks identified in the EIP including the
development of individual job expectations, annual goals, and coordinate performance review with each
employee every six months or on an annual basis.
- Participate and assist in the development of new company processes.
- Manage the response to employee relation issues by fielding and following up on employee and
management issues. Handles complaints, settles disputes, resolve issues, or escalate to management as
- Lead the separation process for employees, while supporting office managers, complete paperwork timely
and conduct exit interviews for separating employees.
- Participates in aspects of the recruiting process, including interview, offers, drug testing, and new hire
- Maintains all employee and applicant documentation as dictated by governing agencies.
Maintains employee personnel files.
- Updates, monitors, and maintains eligibility salary adjustments/increases based on employee evaluations.
Be the company liaison with the Professional Employer Organization (PEO).
- Prepares and maintains handbook on policies and procedures.
Conducts candidates’ reference and background checking.
- Occasional travel to various worksites and branch offices may be required.
Establish and maintain Affirmative Action programs and act as the Equal Employment Opportunity officer.