Director of Human Resources


2019-01-11 03:46:16

Job location Abingdon, Virginia, United States

Job type: fulltime

Job industry: Executive Positions

Job description

Reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer, and located at our McLean offices in Northern Virginia, the Director of Human Resources will have a unique set of responsibilities. This role will guide Verodin through the complex HR issues of a fast growing technical organization, while providing people leadership and executing on key people-related initiatives. This brand new position will have the opportunity to build a forward looking, employee centric organization in a truly dynamic technical environment. This role will be a critical business partner, and be a major factor in the future success of the company. Job responsibilities include: Business Strategy: Improve effectiveness and drive future organizational development to maintain a high performing, innovative and impactful workforce. Collaboratively work with the Management Team to execute the company's long-term vision and key people initiatives Compliance and Policy: Ensures regulatory compliance (federal and state) with all EEO and Employment Laws, reducing legal risk due to employment matters. Develops, recommends, and implements HR policies, guidelines, and procedures Talent Retention and Rewards Programs: Handle all employee relations matters. Manage and resolve complex employee relations issues, including conducting effective, thorough and objective investigations. Oversee our performance management program to help promote excellence, improve employee effectiveness and drive business outcomes Culture: Promote Company values and ensure that programs, processes and policies are aligned with our core beliefs and mission. Improve the collection and use of people-related data to aid in better decision making; develop key metrics to measure employee happiness, performance, engagement and retention Training and Development: Build scalable professional development programs that aid in growing our team's capabilities and drive employee retention. Drive solutions to make our managers better leaders; provide coaching and feedback to our existing leadership team. Develop programs that prepare high-potential employees for future leadership roles Seeking relevant experience in HRIS product review, selection process, and successful implementation and adoption Specifically seeking experience in the legal compliance of hiring and onboarding of employees in the UK and EMEA Compensation and Benefits: Analyze existing compensation packages and plan future comp plans; benchmark our current benefits package, and strategize for additional benefits as we scale Required qualifications include: Superlative interpersonal and people engagement skills Bachelor's degree in related field with 8+ years of HR experience. Technology Industry and startup organization experience preferred. HR Professional certification a major plus. Must have a good executive presence and demonstrate the ability to create organizational value, identify strategic priorities, and deliver results Must be self-motivated with an energetic, results-oriented and customer-focused style, coupled with strong planning and organizational skills Ability to prioritize workload and the flexibility to manage changing priorities based on department and company needs with diplomacy Are you eligible to work for any employer in the United States without Visa sponsorship now, or in the future? * U.S. Equal Opportunity Employment Information (Completion is voluntary) Individuals seeking employment at Verodin are considered without regards to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, gender identity, or sexual orientation. 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