Director of Human Capital for a Leading Charter School Organization

Area : Beaumont, TX

Description : Our client is a leading charter school organization dedicated to transforming the face of public education in historically under-served areas. They are seeking a Director of Human Capital to help shape the process for recruitment, hiring, and employee relations to ensure our client has top caliber talent at all levels of the organization. The ideal candidate is someone who enjoys being part of the big picture while successfully tackling the specific responsibilities as outlined below.

Responsibilities:

- Lead talent sourcing and recruitment for teachers and school leaders, including developing a proactive sourcing strategy and continually improving relationships with universities within and outside of Southeast Texas, the local school district, and Teach for America

- Lead selection strategy and operations for teachers and school leaders to strive for continually improving accuracy and efficiency

- Attend teacher recruitment events throughout Southeast Texas and nationally

- Develop systems to support hiring managers in the Southeast Texas home office to source and select talent

- Run a large-scale operation with attention to efficiency, measurable quality, customer service, and data-driven decision making

- Manage performance evaluation, goal-setting, and professional development systems for the Southeast Texas home office

- Design and manage new employee onboarding for the Southeast Texas regional office and schools

- Manage employee/labor relations

- Manage local substitute management companies

- Collaborate with the client’s National Human Resources Department to process hires, job changes, and terminations and ensure human resources compliance requirements are being met (i.e. background checks, credentialing, verification of experience, etc.)

- Collaborate with the client’s National Communications Department to establish the organization’s Southeast Texas careers website and collateral

Qualifications:

- Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred

- Experience in education, especially as a teacher or administrator is strongly preferred

- 6+ years of work experience, including at least 3 in strategic talent management (talent development, retention, selection, recruiting, and performance management)

- 2+ years managing and developing people

- Excellent strategic thinking and strategic planning abilities

- Possession of excellent analytical skills, with the ability to direct others in collecting data and deriving practical insights from data analysis

- Expertise in credential analysis (specifically in Texas is a plus)

- Demonstrated success in improving the efficiency and effectiveness of an operation; smart systems-building

- Exceptional relationship building and persuasive abilities

- Relentless commitment to and high standards for high quality execution

- Possession of high levels of personal responsibility and drive towards ambitious goals

- A rock-solid commitment to the organization’s mission and the communities we serve

Published : Oct 26, 2020

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