City and County of Denver Denver, CO, USA
Denver is the nation's top place to live, work, and play, and we need the best people working for the residents of Denver. People who want to make a difference; people who want to give back; people who want to be at the heart of this city and have a hand in creating our future. Equity, diversity and inclusion are cornerstones of our values at the City and County of Denver. We celebrate uniqueness and strive to be a world-class city where everyone matters. Join us! Be a part of the city that you love. #WhereDenverWorks The Department of Public Safety Human Resources Division has an immediate opening for a Director of Human Resources. The successful candidate will be a strategic, mission-driven HR leader, focused on fostering a strong workplace culture of teamwork and engagement. The ideal candidate will possess the combination of technical HR skills, tactful temperament, and the ability to interweave themselves into the day-to-day complexities of an environment of civilian employees and sworn officers (subject to collective bargaining agreements). The safety organization has a workforce of 4500 employees and is comprised of the following functions: Fire, Police, Sheriff, Denver 911, Community Corrections and Electronic Monitoring, Public Safety Youth Programs, and the Gang Reduction Initiative of Denver (GRID). The HR Director will also be responsible for responding to inquiries from key stakeholders including appointed officials, employees and community members regarding Safety Human Resources topics. This position will report to the Executive Director’s office and is expected to operate within the guidelines of the Department of Public Safety and exercise judgment in accordance with the mission, vision, and guidelines of the organization. Job Responsibilities: Develops, directs and implements HR organization strategy inclusive of the following functions: Talent Acquisition, Employee Relations, Learning, Leave Administration, Compensation and HR Business Partners and technical support Assesses and interprets data and information to analyze specific business challenges and offer sound solutions mindful of policy and cost implications Builds partnerships and creates constructive working relationships with colleagues, clients and organization stakeholders to collaboratively improve workforce capabilities and performance Directs and develops a team of HR professionals to drive strong organizational performance; includes setting priorities, building relationships and delivering results Provides guidance and coaching on the principles and practices of human resources administration including applicable federal and state labor, anti-discrimination, and employment laws and regulations; Ensures the agency is compliant with federal, state, local laws, statues, bargaining agreements & CSA rules Creates opportunities for communication, collaboration, information sharing and inclusion to ensure agency staff has needed information Act as a trusted advisor for leaders on all people-related matters Performs other related duties as assigned Additional Application Instructions After applying online (required), please email Nedra.Dunn@denvergov.org and let her know you applied after seeing the position on mpnDiversityjobs.com.