Director of Human Resources

  • New York

Talent Partners


This innovative, remote opportunity in a professional services organization is committed to providing Talent Management capabilities to Fortune 2000 companies.


The Human Resources Director supports the executive leadership team in the planning, development, recommendation and implementation of human resources programs and practices. They provide strategic HR support and leadership through broad knowledge of key HR areas. The Human Resources Director develops contemporary workplace practices and strategies, leads organizational change and development initiatives, and provides consultation to employees and managers regarding employment-related issues.



  • Provide advice and counsel to leaders on all organization and human resources issues. Provides ongoing performance coaching and feedback regarding issues of managerial style, communications, and employee / peer interactions.
  • Promote HR best practices and foster collaboration across departments. Facilitate cross-functional groups working together to solve difficult and complex problems accomplish challenging objectives.
  • Develops, implements, and communicates human resources policies and procedures to meet goals of customer service, quality assurance and safety. Ensures all human resources policies and programs are applied fairly, consistently and in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations. Reviews human resources policies annually to ensure compliance with current laws and regulations.
  • Assists in the assessment, development, coordination, and facilitation of training programs to meet goals and objectives; and to build understanding of policies, programs, and employment laws.
  • Consults / oversees consultation with managers and employees on concerns, policies, benefits, performance management, corrective action, legal/regulatory compliance, grievances, and other employment issues.
  • Investigates and responds to internal and external complaints, federal/state agency actions and legal issues. May represent the organization in unemployment hearings and employment legal actions.
  • Directs the workers’ compensation program by ensuring the safety manager is providing accurate and timely completion of employee/employer forms, timely investigation and appropriate follow-up of work-related injuries and illnesses, accurate and timely response to workers’ compensation claims, and appropriate ergonomic evaluations
  • Participates in the development of company objectives, human resource’s philosophy, and strategic planning in relation to programs and trends in human resources management.
  • Develops human resources activity and trend reports necessary to support organizational plans and strategy development.



Education Required (Minimum level of education):

  • BA/BS degree in Business Administration, Management, or other relevant degree with a preference on an advanced degree.

Certifications/Licenses Preferred:


Experience Required (Minimum level of experience):

  • A minimum of 8 years of progressive Human Resources and leadership experience.
  • At least 2 years in a Director level position in HR is required.
  • Management experience is required across various areas: HR business partner/generalist and employee relations, performance management, policy development, legal compliance, management development, and workers’ compensation.

Technical Knowledge and Skills Required to Perform the Job:

  • Must be knowledgeable of State and Federal employment law.

Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:

  • Remote Office work with occasional travel required.
  • Max. file size: 50 MB.

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