JOB ID #4341126304
|Posted:||January 11, 2017||Terms:||Full Time Employee|
|Expires:||March 12, 2017||Experience:||5-10 years|
|Location:||Lexington, KY||Education:||Undergraduate Degree|
|Category:||Human Resources||Base Pay:||Salary|
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The Diocese of Lexington is seeking a mission-driven Director for Human Resource. The Director for Human Resources is responsible for the overall administration, coordination and evaluation of the human resources function. Under the supervision of the CAO, the Director for Human Resources supports and promotes the mission which Jesus Christ has entrusted to the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Lexington.
• Regularly reviews and makes recommendations to executive management for improvement of diocesan policies, procedures and practices as they relate to personnel matters addressed in the Employee Handbook and Code of Conduct.
• Regularly reviews the Employee Handbook incorporating any changes in policy approved by executive management to ensure legal accuracy and clarity.
• Maintains knowledge of industry trends, employment legislation and Catholic doctrine and ensures diocesan compliance.
• Maintains responsibility for diocesan compliance with federal and state legislation pertaining to personnel matters.
• Communicates changes in diocesan personnel policies and procedures and ensures proper compliance is followed.
• Assists executive management in the annual review, preparation and administration of diocesan wage and salary program.
• Audit/ensure accuracy on 1095(c) and other relevant reporting requirements.
• Coordinates or conducts exit interviews to determine reasons for separation.
• Consults with legal counsel as appropriate, or as directed by the CAO, on personnel matters to ensure proper handling of each instance and compliance with Catholic Mutual Insurance requirements for coverage.
• Works directly with diocesan locations to assist them in carrying out their responsibilities on personnel matters.
• Works directly with the Diocesan Schools Office on preparation of employment contracts; reviews principal/administrator contracts prior to signing and acceptance; and assists with explaining and implementing contract changes deemed necessary.
• Serves as a resource for other diocesan related entities regarding their human resources needs.
• Actively monitors and participates in New Employee Orientation.
• Develops and maintains job descriptions approved by executive management that are available to all diocesan entities, clearly identifying exempt/non-exempt status and pay ranges, and updating these at least annually.
• Recommends, evaluates and participates in staff professional development for the Catholic Center.
• Directs, designs, and delivers training programs as needed.
• Develops and maintains a human resources system that meets diocesan personnel information needs.
• Supervises the staff in the Office for Human Resources and the Payroll Office.
• Administers the budget for the Office for Human Resources and the Payroll Office.
• Responds to additional needs and tasks relating to personnel matters as determined and assigned by the CAO.
• Knowledge of and a strong commitment to the mission of the Catholic Church.
• Must possess a strong training background in human resources subject matter.
• Working knowledge of employment law issues and Catholic moral teaching.
• Must be a self-starter and well-organized, with excellent leadership, relational, critical thinking, presentation, and interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively.
• Proficiency with information technology, especially as demanded by the human resources function.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality on all diocesan matters.
• Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed.
Education & Experience:
• Bachelor degree in Human Resources, business or related field is required.
• SHRM and/or SPHR certification is required.
• 5 - 10 years of experience in human resources, preferably in a church-related or non-profit institution, is required.
• Master degree in Business or Human Resources Management or related field is preferred.
• Proficiency in Spanish, both written and verbal, is preferred
Application Instructions: Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter, and a list of five (5) references to Doug Culp at email@example.com or to 1310 W Main St, Lexington, KY 40508.
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love as disciples and missionaries in the fifty counties of
our mission Diocese. As a Eucharistic people, we celebrate
the sacraments, promote justice in word and deed, minister
to the spiritual and material needs of all and evangelize by living and sharing the Word of God and the teachings of the Catholic Church.