Director of Human Resources & Title IX Coordinator
Salary: $4,923.50 - $6,154.33 Monthly
Location: Statesville Campus
Closing: 4/28/2019 11:59 PM Eastern
Plan, develop, implement and manage a Human Resources department that actively supports the College's mission. The Director of Human Resources & Title IX Coordinator is
responsible for all employment policy and benefits,
recruitment, professional development, equal opportunity, and the compensation structure and job classification
programs for the College.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
develop and implement policies and procedures;
recommend changes to administration as needed
direct the College's health, retirement and supplemental benefit programs
lead the comprehensive recruitment program assuring that qualified employees are hired for all College positions...including maintaining a selection and onboarding process that is compliant with federal, state and local
employment law and is consistent in application with all posted positions
administer the compensation and job classification program
oversee the performance management program
interpret, communicate and ensure legal compliance with state and federal regulations ?investigate employee
complaints and participate in the documentation and
recording of meetings...represent the College at hearings, as necessary
support administration with a variety of employee relation matters including the interpretation and application of
policies and procedures
prepare and maintain budget for the Human Resources
prepare and submit all federal, state and community college reports as required
maintains professional certification in Title IX investigation and resolution procedures, and, provides training and
awareness to Deputy Title IX Coordinator and other Title IX investigators
directs the College's 504/ADA Coordinator to ensure
compliance with all student and employee accommodation requests and reporting requirements
provide professional development workshop, training and seminar coordination to all Vice-Presidents, Deans and
provide leadership, guidance and direction to the Human
serve as the Equal Employment Officer and Ethics Liaison with the State of NC Ethics Board
partners with the 504/ADA Coordinator to ensure all
employee and student disability accommodations are
responded to and compliant with the American's with
participates on various College committees and special
projects as assigned
directs the employee recognition program
manage the Worker's Compensation program
presents human resources updates to the board of trustees as needed/requested
perform other related duties as directed
Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Education and Experience
Bachelor's degree is Human Resources, or a related field is required
minimum of five years' experience in higher education
Human Resources leadership and/or equivalent combination of education and experience with a demonstrated
competence in organizational design and development
Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) or
Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification is
excellent written and verbal communication skills
ability to work in a congenial and professional manner with students, faculty, and staff
working knowledge of federal and state labor laws;
including Equal Employment Opportunity regulations, is
Standard office environment, usually indoors away from the elements, with moderate noise.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is
required to maintain a stationary position for an extended period; move about the office, operate and position
computers and files, as needed; and frequently communicate with others. The employee may occasionally move up to 15 pounds.
This is a full time position working 37.5 hours/weekly. Normal working hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; however, must be able to work a flexible schedule, with day, evening and weekend hours as job duties demand.
Local travel is required, including between campus locations. Out of state travel is limited, but may be required for special trainings/conferences.
Summary of Benefits
Mitchell Community College offers a variety of benefits to meet the individual needs and goals of its employees. Below is a summary of benefits available to full-time employees.
flexible spending accounts (health and/or dependent care)
leave (faculty earn sick leave; staff earn sick and vacation leave)
supplemental insurance plans
additional investment plans
employee assistance program (EAP)
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About this company
Mitchell Community College is a two-year community college based in Historic Downtown Statesville, North Carolina.
We are located in downtown Statesville, with many facilities located throughout the town. Mitchell also has a second campus located in Mooresville, North Carolina. Mitchell provides classes all year round on both campuses with many degree choices.
Mitchell Community College, a learning-centered institution, provides affordable, high-quality educational and training programs and services to meet the changing and diverse lifelong learning needs of a multi-culturally diverse citizenry who live and work in a global society.
Mitchell Community College commits its resources to:
Provide associate degree, diploma and certificate programs to meet the pre-service and in-service workforce development needs for industry, business, government and service occupations.
Provide associate degree programs for the first two years of academic courses leading to baccalaureate and professional degrees.
Provide each student the opportunity to develop the skills and values necessary to succeed in college.
Provide student development services including admissions, financial aid, counseling, career planning, job placement, testing and student activities.
Provide educational opportunities to meet the professional, personal, and cultural needs of the community.
Serve the adult population with basic education and salable skills; to enhance personal development through general and continuing education.
The faculty, staff and administration of Mitchell Community College are committed to the philosophy of the comprehensive community college. We believe:
The student is the focal point of all efforts of the college.
We are a college community that respects diversity and is supportive of individual achievement.
We have a responsibility to enhance the social, civic, cultural, and economic development of the community and the global society.
We have a responsibility to enhance the quality of life of the community.
The door of opportunity for learning should be open to all who seek personal and professional development.
Location/Region: Statesville, NC (28677)