Georgia O’Keeffe Museum : Director of Human Resources
The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum has an opening for Director of Human Resources to lead their team in cultivating and maintaining a highly desirable workplace through proven HR practices and innovative approaches to employee engagement, diversity, and inclusion. Our ideal candidate is a strategic partner with the experience and expertise to recommend, develop, and implement human resource strategies, policies, and practices to ensure the museum meets its strategic objectives and goals with a committed, talented, collaborative and productive workforce.
Competitive salary range of $90-115K DOE
Medical / Dental / Vision Insurance
Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
Life and Disability Insurance
403(b) Retirement Plan (4% match after year 1)
4 weeks’ accruable Paid Time Off (PTO) in year 1
11 paid holidays
Engaging work with a high-functioning, passionate team!
Summary of Responsibilities
Manage staffing and recruiting processes. Monitor and report on staffing levels/deployment, benefits costs, turnover, absenteeism, recruitment, applicant tracking, Affirmative Action/EEO, compensation, promotions, etc.
Work with Leadership Team to align HR initiatives to assure that leaders and supervisors have the right skills and behaviors to move the Museum forward as a pre-eminent institution.
Direct, develop, implement, manage, and support Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) strategies as they relate to business functions (e.g., recruitment, performance management, leadership development, employee engagement, and retention).
Serve as a thought leader to embed D&I principles, programs, and measures in HR practices, with an emphasis on development and process improvements.
Manage an effective performance management system. Ensure supervisors are conducting frequent performance reviews, and establishing and reviewing goals.
Analyze employee development needs, and organize appropriate training.
Guide managers and employees on problem-solving, dispute resolution, regulatory compliance and litigation avoidance.
Ensure that the Museum’s culture demands ethical behavior through training, coaching, and policy, using the Museum’s Code of Ethics, mission, and values, as the core principles.
Provide expertise in employer-employee relations, supporting desired organizational culture. Handle employee relations complaints and investigations.
Manage Unemployment claims and Worker’s Compensation claims to ensure compliant reporting and documentation, and that employees receive proper care and necessary accommodations.
Assure that the Museum’s compensation philosophy supports the vision, values, and strategies of the Museum.
Work with Director of Finance to evaluate benefit plans annually and recommends benefit revisions, balancing needs of the workforce against financial resources available.
Bachelor’s degree required – Human Resources major or HR-related course work preferred
5+ years’ Human Resources leadership experience
Experience participating in strategy development
Prior experience managing diversity, equity, and inclusivity initiatives
Broad-based business acumen and a systems thinking approach to problemsolving
SPHR or SHRM-SCP preferred
Well-developed interpersonal skills, oral and written communication skills, analytical and problem-solving skills, planning, and organizational skills
Proven ability to positively influence others, to negotiate effectively, and to inspire others to work as team players
Prior experience working with a Board of Directors desirable
Interested? Please submit a resume and cover letter.