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Director, Human Resources

The Director, Human Resources is responsible for developing and executing human resource strategy in support of the overall business plan and strategic direction of the organization.


  • Establish and implement HR efforts that effectively communicate and support the organization’s mission and strategic vision

  • Function as a strategic business advisor and partner to the executive/ management of each business unit or specialty group regarding key organizational and management issues

  • Develop and execute employee recruitment and retention efforts

  • Ensure ongoing compliance with labor and employment regulations, as well as internal policies

  • Contain and advise on workforce-related financial and legal risks

  • Develop and implement compensation and benefits plans that are competitive and cost effective

  • Promote organization-wide employee engagement, effectiveness and safety

  • Manage HR information in varied systems, including payroll systems

  • Oversee the organization’s performance and talent management programs

  • Represent BCI externally and within the community

  • Supervise the HR and Administrative Front-Office Teams and perform subordinate job duties in their absence or as necessary


  • Possession of an accredited bachelor’s degree in business administration, human resources management, nonprofit administration, social services, or a related field is required.

  • Advanced degree and/or professional HR certification, or other professional certifications or licenses, are beneficial.

  • Significant experience leading an organization’s human resources management function, or providing management and oversight for shared administrative functions, including responsibility for the human resources function/department.

  • Experience in manufacturing, third-party staffing, vocational evaluation and rehabilitation, and nonprofit organization management is beneficial.

  • Previous supervisory experience is preferred.

Physical Requirements:
Physical requirements will vary based on the specific assignment. Must use fine and gross motor skills. Ability to push or pull up to 25 pounds of weight. Ability to lift and carry up to 30 pounds of dead weight. Ability to bend, stoop and reach is required.

Work Environment:
The work environment characteristics will vary depending upon the specific assignment. Specific characteristics, representative of those an employee will encounter while performing the essential functions of the job will be described. Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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