FLSA STATUS Salary – Exempt 09/2020 Page 1 of 3

The Human Resources Director leads the Human Resources department, policies, and programs for the entire company.
The major areas encompass:
• Recruiting and staffing • Organizational planning • Performance management and improvement systems • Organizational development. • Compliance and regulatory concerns • Employee orientation, development, and training • Policy development and documentation. • Employee relations • Company-wide committee facilitation • Company employee and community communication • Compensation and benefits administration • Employee safety, welfare, wellness, and health • Employee services and counseling

The Human Resources Director coordinates implementation of services, policies, and programs through Human Resources staff; reports to the CFO; and assists and advises company managers about Human Resources issues.

Supervises a staff of three including the HR Manager, HR Coordinator, and the receptionist.

Interfaces with all Fecon departments, all employees and their dependents as required.

Primary Objectives:
• Safety of the workforce • Development of an operationally excellent workplace • Leadership and development of the Human Resource Department • Development of an employee-oriented company culture that emphasizes quality, continuous improvement, and high performance

Development of the Human Resources Department
• Oversees the implementation of Human Resources programs.

• Monitors administration of established standards and procedures.

Identifies opportunities for improvement and resolves any discrepancies.

• Supervises the Human Resources staff.

• Partners with Human Resources consultants, attorneys, and training specialists.

• Conducts a continuing study of all Human Resources policies, programs, and practices to keep management informed of new developments.

• Leads the development of department goals, objectives, and systems.

• Directs the preparation and maintenance of such reports as are necessary to carry out the functions of the department.

• Prepares periodic reports for management, as necessary or requested. • Develops and administers programs, procedures, and guidelines to help align the workforce with the strategic goals of the company.

Physical Demands
These physical demands are representative of the physical requirements necessary for an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the Human Resources Director’s job.

Reasonable accommodation can be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the described essential functions of the Human Resources Director’s job.

While performing the responsibilities of the Human Resources Director’s job, the employee is required to talk and hear. The employee is often required to sit and use their hands and fingers, to handle or feel.

The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, reach with arms and hands, climb or balance, and to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.

Vision abilities required by this job include close vision.

Job Requirements:

• Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university minimum, preferably in a related field (Business/Human Resources),

• Experience may be substituted for formal education

• HR Certification preferred but not required.

• Must be thoroughly knowledgeable in all federal, state, and local labor laws to include wage and salary, occupational safety and health, and employment law.

• Annual formal training and updates are also required.

• Ten years of experience preferred.

• Must be able to communicate and relate to all employees on all levels and must maintain the highest level of confidentiality.