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Company Name :
Office for Human Resources
Company Location :
San Diego, CA
Job Position :
Job Category :
Jobs in California

Job Description :
POSITION TITLE: Director, Office for Human Resources HOURS: Full Time FLSA STATUS: Exempt REPORTS TO: Chief Administrative Officer
POSITION SUMMARY: The Human Resources Director reports to the Chief Administrative Officer for the Catholic Diocese of San Diego. The Director, supports the Pastoral Center (PC), diocesan parishes and schools by providing leadership, consultation and hands-on assistance with regard to HR matters including conflict resolution, parish/school restructuring, employment law, diocesan policy interpretation/application, wage & hour issues, classification issues, location HR Reviews, organization planning, etc. Responsible for oversight of benefits and compensation, PC recruitment/hiring/ onboarding, benefits, workers’ compensation and HRIS.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

Serve as a key advisor to Pastoral Center leadership, pastors and principals by building relationships demonstrating trustworthiness, HR/business acumen, hands-on assistance, and results.
Supervise the work of HR staff and provide training, coaching and guidance.
Responsible for financial performance of the Office for Human Resources
Participate in annual review of health, dental and other benefit coverage/costs: if needed, propose alternative suggestions to improve plan design, program administration or expense control.
Manage, administer and effectively communicate diocesan benefit programs including Lay Employee Pension Plan.
Provide ongoing development for Location Administrators through continuing HR education and training.
Review/investigate individual employee complaints and seek to reach appropriate resolution.
Respond to employee requests for assistance and information regarding employee-related matters while being sensitive to potential underlying issues.
Provide coaching, counselling and hands-on assistance to pastors/principals and PC leadership regarding conflict resolution, internal investigations, discipline and terminations.
Identify current or potential problem areas and possible solutions; initiate corrective action when necessary, seeking appropriate approvals.
Anticipate and resolve litigation risks
Work with inside and outside counsel to address legal or agency complaints
Assist Bishop, Auxiliary Bishops and Chief Administrative Officer in staff matters at the Pastoral Center

Knowledge and skills:

Working knowledge of federal, state and local labor laws and regulations coupled with a strong understanding of employee relations practices and the legal/compliance aspects of human resources.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the confidence to state a leadership position on difficult issues. Must be able to articulate and explain complex issues to parish/school/pastoral center leadership in a clear, non-technical, user-friendly manner.
Strong influencing skills – ability to positively influence people, including the ability to be direct and frank in communicating issues and opinions coupled with a solutions-focused approach.
Willingness to engage in constructive debate with the confidence to appropriately challenge the opinions of others while creating an atmosphere of respect. This includes having confidence in one’s capabilities and the technical expertise to be effective. Must be a self-reliant person who can handle conflict and sell ideas.
Excellent analytical skills; able to apply functional knowledge to solve problems and identify opportunities for improvement
Knowledge of data analysis and reporting – to include ACA and Section 125 NDT testing.
Demonstrated ability to handle multiple priorities.
Excellent organizational, administrative and interpersonal skills.
Bilingual – English/Spanish a plus
Leadership style characterized by openness, trust, collegiality and creativity, coupled with decisiveness.
Clear understanding and strong commitment to the tenets, values and mission of the Catholic Church.

Experience and Education:

Minimum of 12-15 years of Human Resources management experience
Demonstrated experience in providing exemplary HR services in a multi-site organization
Experience working in a decentralized environment where strong influencing skills are integral to success
Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or related major
Strong presentation skills; ability to prepare and make presentations that are cogent and compelling.
Experience working directly in, or managing, compensation and benefits
Strong Microsoft Office skills (Excel, Word, PPT etc.)
PHR/SPHR certification desirable.

Please send resumes and cover letters (to include salary requirements) to Matthew Habana [email protected]

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