Director, HR Business Partner
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Our client, a 2,500 employee charter school network in NYC, has reimagined public education, and is nationally recognized for outstanding academic results and creating an innovative K-12 model. Our client is looking to establish a Director, HR Business Partner that will report to the Managing Director-HR Business Partners. The Director, HRBP will be responsible for providing consultative support to both the Network organization and the school based leadership and staff. She/he will be responsible for providing value added consultative support to managers and leaders in the organization on the full suite of human capital functions.
Develop a deep understanding of the organization to include the strategy, goals/priorities, needs, challenges and the human capital implications to be able to provide value added support
Serve as the HR counterpart to line managers and act as single point of contact for on all HR/human capital functions
Ensure that human capital processes, policies/practices and standards are implemented consistently by leaders/managers while striving to continuously improve the same
Partner effectively with the HR Functional Pillars and other functions such as Advisory to support the needs of the organization;
Manage and help reduce human capital risk using data and analytics where applicable; be aware of evolving regulatory influences and changes on management/policies and implications for client organization.
Qualifications and Requirements:
10+ years of professional HR experience to include deep experience and expertise as a HR Business Partner supporting different types of client organizations, in progressively larger roles across multiple "progressive" companies
Track record of building and revamping/redesigning human capital processes and capabilities and operating in an environment without a well-established infrastructure;
Undergraduate degree; advanced degree such as an MBA or related graduate degree (e.g., MA in Labor & Industrial Relations or Organizational Psychology/Behavior) is desirable
Strong logical reasoning, synthesis and thought process, & business acumen
Deep HR expertise and domain knowledge; understand the complex nature of schooling environment