Human Resources Director
$82,471- $105,150 DOE
Chief Corporate Financial Officer
Open Until Filled: First Review 03/21/2019
Directs and coordinates all human resource functions for the Colville Tribal Federal Corporation (CTFC); provides professional expertise in the development and implementation of personnel policies and procedures, ensuring they are consistent among LLCs to an appropriate extent and comply with federal, state, and tribal rules, regulations, and other applicable requirements. Provides guidance and support to management and works closely with management team members
- Responsible for developing strategic plans for all human resource functions in coordination with executive team members, including job classification and compensation, employee recruitment and incentives, training and development, employee assistance and relations, employee benefits, and legal assistance.
- Directs and coordinates all human resource functions, ensuring the HR department and its staff members are providing the highest level of support services to CTFC and its member LLCs.
- Works in conjunction with the Corporate Controller and finance team in the administration of employee benefits.
- Works in conjunction with the Corporate Attorney and legal team in HR functions requiring legal support.
- Establishes, implements, and communicates goals, objectives, policies, and procedures.
- Develops, implements, and updates human resource policies, procedures, and forms, and remains current with employment law and regulations affecting personnel issues, employment practices, and/or trends. Develops and implements standardized HR policies and procedures in a fair and consistent manner, while creating separate employee handbooks and/or standard operating procedures for the individual LLCs that recognize and address material differences in their operations as necessary; this will be performed in coordination with executive team members, including the Chief Operating Officers (COOs) of the individual LLCs.
- Assists and supports Human Resource staff members, managers, and corporate employees regarding personnel issues; answers employee questions regarding personnel policies and procedures; researches and disseminates topical or timely information to managers and/or other employees.
- Coordinates and assists with various employee functions, including but not limited to recruitment, hiring, orientation, performance appraisals and training.
- Determines employee classifications and ensures completion of all appropriate paperwork for current and new employees.
- Coordinates and participates in completion of transfers, promotions, lay-offs, recalls, demotions, terminations, and exit interviews.
- Coordinates employee training initiatives, succession planning, career mapping and training curriculum collaboration with the appropriate COOs, General Managers, department managers, and others to develop a clear pathway to a successful promotion from within initiative for all CTFC employees in accordance with Title 10 of the Colville Tribal Code.
- Prepares statistical information regarding headcount and turnover rates.
- Reviews appropriate documentation regarding disciplinary policies and procedures; ensures the employment-at-will relationship is not compromised.
- Coordinates and maintains CTFC’s substance abuse policy that includes drug and alcohol testing.
- Establishes and maintains human resource records and reports; maintains company organizational charts, job descriptions, and employee directories; this will include coordination of information on Gaming related organizational charts and job descriptions with Colville Tribal Gaming Commission administration.
- Perform related work as required to promote the goals and objectives of the overall corporation and its enterprises.
- Maintains personnel files and ensures records are retained in compliance with applicable laws, policies, and procedures.
- Performs other duties and special projects as assigned.
Knowledge and Abilities:
- Master’s Degree with a focus in business, human resources, social or organizational behavioral sciences, or closely related field with a minimum of five years progressively responsible experience that has led to three years of continuous and recent experience as an HR Director; OR,
- Bachelor’s Degree with a focus in business, human resources, social or organizational behavioral sciences, or closely related field with a minimum of seven years progressively responsible experience that has led to five years of continuous and recent experience as an HR Director.
- Previous experience as an HR Director must have provided an in-depth working knowledge in various HR functions including job classification and compensation, employee recruitment and incentives, training and development, employee assistance and relations, employee benefits, and legal implications surrounding all aforementioned HR functions.
- Professional Human Resources certification preferred.
- Previous experience as an HR Director must include routine communication with elected officials, appointed boards and/or commissions, governmental personnel, and corporate executives.
- Previous experience as an HR Director must include significant strategic planning and staff supervision in the HR areas referenced above.
- Previous experience as an HR Director must include the planning, preparation, development, and presentation of qualitative and quantitative reports.
- Experience with the setup and implementation of a Human Resource Information System (HRIS) preferred.
- Working knowledge of personal computers and associated software, primarily Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and HRIS.
- Must have a strong working knowledge of Tribal and Federal laws to ensure compliance with all applicable regulations, ordinances and established policies and procedures governing Human Resources.
- Ability to maintain company, employee, and patron information with STRICT confidentiality.
- Must be able to possess and maintain a current and valid Tribal Gaming License.
- Must possess and maintain a valid Washington State Driver’s License with ability to obtain Colville Tribal Operator’s License and eligible for the company vehicle insurance.
Manual and finger dexterity as required to perform daily job duties.
Ability to frequently sit for extended periods of time.
Ability to occasionally lift, carry, push and/or pull up to 35 pounds.
Occasionally exposed to tobacco smoke.
These requirements need to be met to represent knowledge, skill and/or ability to perform job functions. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
Drug test required in accordance with CTFC policy. CTFC is an Indian preference employer.