HRMC has been engaged by a St. Louis non-profit organization to manage an executive search for their Head of Human Resources. Below is a brief overview of this role.


TITLE: Head of Human Resources (Senior Director/VP/HRBP level; Top HR Person)


OUR CLIENT / THE EMPLOYER: Based in St. Louis area, this faith-based non-profit organization serves poverty-stricken families, adults and children. This role will provide leadership to ensure HR best practices organization-wide in over 20 U.S. states, supporting 800+ employees within its operating entities and partnering organizations.


Essential Job Functions

  • Oversees the implementation of Human Resources programs through Human Resources staff.
  • Provide guidance, coaching, and direction to senior management to assist in successfully leading their teams.
  • Directs a process of organizational HR planning throughout the organization.
  • Establishes compensation structure, pay policies, and leads the implementation of the performance management system.
  • Formulates and recommends Human Resources policies and objectives for the organization.
  • Partner with senior leaders and the HR team to deliver talent management practices that attract and develop high-potential, diverse top talent.
  • Leads organizational compliance with all labor-related regulatory reporting requirements.


Experience, Education, and Preferred Background

  • Bachelor's degree: Human Resources, Organization Development, or related field. Master's degree preferred.
  • Minimum of fifteen-years’ experience in HR, and 5 years of senior level HR leadership.
  • Multi-facility and multi-state HR experience preferred.


Essential Candidate Competencies & Traits

  • Exceptional Communication Skills & Emotional Intelligence
  • Strong Business and HR Operational Leadership
  • Foster a Diverse & Inclusive Workplace / Empower & Develop Others
  • Software/Technology Savvy


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