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Chief Human Resources Officers are responsible for organizing and maintaining an organization’s human resources. Typical job duties seen on a Chief Human Resources Officer resume are maintaining work structure, recruiting and training organization staff, creating pay plans, ensuring legal compliance, administering benefits, and ensuring a positive working environment. A well-written resume sample in the field should mention the following qualifications: organizational skills, knowledge of human resources systems, teambuilding abilities, and strong communication and interpersonal skills. At least a Bachelor’s Degree and training in human resources is required for this role.

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Chief Human Resources Officer

Dedicated Executive Human Resources officer for over 800 part-time, full-time, certified and classified employees. Leadership executive/partner with CEO/Superintendent, CFO, and Executive Board members to develop internal growth, expand/build people and process capabilities, create/drive a culture of continuous improvement and operational excellence, and strengthen the business alignment of the HR function.

  • Slashed payroll/benefits administration costs by 30% by successfully negotiating new collective bargaining agreements that negotiated pricing fees, while ensuring the continuation and enhancement of services.
  • Improved staff attendance by 52% by creating an environment of staff accountability using employee attendance data when dealing with employee attendance concerns.
  • Lowered the cost of paper & ink by 35% by moving the HR setting to a digital environment, digitizing all employee files, correspondence and staff notifications.
  • Developed and implemented new employee orientation week-long program
  • Established communication programs to update employees and management on new programs and changes within the organization
  • Updated and implemented employee handbooks in order to keep them in compliance and current
  • Developed and implemented recruiting program, including Internet recruiting and developing pre-employment/post-offer background searches that helped to assure fit between candidates and jobs.
Candidate Info
30
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
BA
Bachelor of Arts
MS
Master of Science
Education
2

Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer

Led 20-member HR organization during important growth period, with goal of an IPO. Member of leadership team, reporting to the President and BBN Board of Directors. Responsible for strategic HR direction and development of policies, programs and procedures in compliance with federal and state laws. Helped support technology transfer efforts and development of new commercial products division.

  • Stood up all HR services, policies, practices, benefits and compensation following spin out of BBN from Verizon.
  • Set up employee-ownership programs, including an ESOP, so employees could share in the new opportunities.
  • Designed and conducted Business Development and Principal Investigator course in partnership with Chief Technology Officer, developing BD capabilities of scientists, bringing in business and revenue according to new business model and helping BBN expand globally, extending competitive advantage.
  • Developed and administered new incentive programs, compensating business capture by scientists and rewarding contributions by support staff.
  • Aggressively recruited and filled 60-100 positions each year and developed robust intern program employing 40-60 interns each summer.
  • Achieved employee satisfaction ratings above 90% with all benefits programs for five-year period.
  • Placed in Boston Globe's top 25 places to work in Massachusetts.
  • Acted as Affirmative Action Program lead, successfully passing two OFCCP audits.
  • Appointed to HR Advisory Board, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, serving three years.
Candidate Info
10
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
BA
Liberal Arts
MA
Management
Business
3

Chief Human Resources Officer

  • Leader of Human Resources team for largest business management and accounting firm on the west coast.
  • Responsible for all human resources functions, including benefits, payroll, recruiting and talent management.
  • Reviewed, analyzed and managed selection, implementation of and transition to new HRIS system resulting in 20% payroll cost savings year over year and increased functionality for HR team and staff.
  • Serve as general counsel advising business managers on legal and employment issues for firm's clients.
  • Oversee and facilitate integration of multiple mergers of smaller firms and remote locations, including out of state practices
Candidate Info
26
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
JD
Law
4

Chief Human Resources Officer

  • Oversee general operations of the Human Resources Department.
  • Work at developing various recruitment strategies for medical professionals.
  • Maintain a staff of 165 employees.
  • Coordinate exceptional benefit package to enhance recruitment efforts.
  • Develop on-going and training programs at all levels.
  • Established and coordinate a well-rounded orientation program (on-boarding) at the organization and departmental level.
  • See attached (current) job description.
Candidate Info
35
years in
workforce
8
years
at this job
5

Interim Chief Human Resources Officer

  • Manage, control and direct all Human Resource functions and services for University resources and Departments and Divisions including Academic, Research, and Operational entities.
  • Collaborate with University leadership to understand priorities and concerns with existing Human Relations processes and methods.
  • Re-align existing Human Resources staff functions and responsibilities to better integrate with all University units and departments for more efficient and accurate processes.
  • Review training needs for University wide staff and management and direct and assist in development and deployment of training programs and materials.
  • Advise University leadership on Human Resources policy, procedures, operations, employee relations, recruitment and employment, wage and hour, salary, record keeping, training, benefits, regulatory compliance, and any other relevant employee centered issues and concerns.
  • Effective and proactive liaison with all departments including Executive Leadership, legal, Compliance, Audit, Academic, Student and operations.
  • Active participation in development of University Strategic Plan, Accreditation, and strategies for student recruitment in support of Strategic Plan.
  • As Senior Employee Relations Specialist & Title IX Coordinator and transitioning to Interim Chief Human resources Officer revised HR policies and procedures to be in compliance with State and federal regulations and Laws; developed and implemented CDU website compliance with title IX and other regulatory programs; led initiatives to enhance title IV and ADA compliance; and developed and provided comprehensive PowerPoint Anti-Discrimination and Harassment Training Program.
Candidate Info
32
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
BA
Rhetoric
BS
Science Of Law & Law
JD
Juris Doctor
6

Chief Human Resources Officer (appointed)

Plans, directs, manages, controls and coordinates the human resources program for [company name] to ensure quality service in all areas to the citizens of New Castle County and to employees, retirees, departments and divisions of County Government.

  • Develops, provides and maintains a diverse mix of services on a county-wide basis for internal and external customers, including the major functions of administering a centralized personnel system.
  • Attracts and retains productive, qualified employees. Maintains competitive wages, benefits and classification systems; oversees payroll, time and attendance functions; administers the pension and benefits programs.
  • Negotiates and administers collective bargaining agreements (seven). Provides administrative guidance for the grievance process and disciplinary actions. Serves as hearing officer.
  • Works with other policy makers, legislators, agencies, professionals and the public to promote an ongoing attitude of dedication to excellent public service. Works under the general direction of the County Executive and Chief Administrative Officer.
Candidate Info
37
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
BA
Bachelor of Arts
JD
Juris Doctor
MBA
Master of Business Administration

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