STCU is a growing regional credit union that is consistently rated one of the top-performing credit unions in the nation, and have been named as one of Fortune Magazine's Great Places to Work. We look for employees who have a strong desire to serve others, are lifelong learners, committed to working hard, have a fun-loving attitude, and want to make a difference in our members' lives. We love people who share our passion for integrity, service, innovation, education, people, and celebration.
STCU offers excellent benefits:
- Paid time off
- Ten paid holidays
- Health plan - medical, prescription drug, dental, and vision
- Short-term disability insurance
- Life insurance and long-term disability insurance
- 401(k) retirement savings plan
- Training and development programs
- Semi-annual success sharing plan
The Vice President of Human Resources and Organizational Development is responsible for overseeing and setting the strategic vision for the talent acquisition, retention and development strategies of the organization, including recruitment, staffing, performance management, employment law, employee relations, compensation, benefits, employee engagement and overall organizational development efforts. They provide leadership and direction to the human resource and talent development teams and serve as a member of the executive leadership team.
Strategic Planning and Implementation
- Support innovation, identification of industry trends and integration of best practices throughout the strategic planning process.
- Educate and advise the executive management team on strategic HR and talent development issues as a factor in decision-making.
- Assess strategic HR needs and provide vision for achieving organizational goals through people strategies.
- Set the tone for maintaining or changing organizational culture.
- Set the overall HR, talent development and HRIS technology strategy.
- Design strategies to ensure a high level of employee engagement and member service.
- Serve as a member of the executive management team to design, maintain and champion the vision and strategy of the organization.
Risk Management and Internal Controls
- Oversee HR issues involving legal and financial risk to the organization.
- Supervise high level HR investigations with legal counsel.
- Recognize excessive HR liabilities and provide proactive guidance for remediation.
- Chair the Retirement Savings Committee to ensure strong fiduciary oversight of the employee retirement plans.
- Maintain current knowledge of ethics, laws, standards, legislation, and emerging trends that may affect organizational HR practices.
Consultation and Communication
- Proactively develop relationships with peers, vendors, board members and local/state business, industry and government leaders.
- Use appropriate analytic tools to provide leaders with input on strategic decisions.
- Coach executives and other leaders on people-management issues.
- Promote and oversee the strategic relationships between the HR/Talent Development departments and external entities, including government, vendors and partner organizations.
- Represent STCU generally, and the functional areas of human resources, talent development and organizational development specifically, within the credit union industry and the local business community.
- Partner with executive management team on the selection and compensation of executive team members.
- Ensure HR and talent development are in alignment with policies, procedures, organizational values, goals and initiatives.
- Ensure the execution of human resource and organizational development strategies, initiatives, and goals through departmental business plans.
- Identify opportunities for the appropriate and cost-saving investment in human resources and talent development systems to improve delivery of services.
- Ensure effective project management, prioritization, and implementation of departmental projects.
- Manage, evaluate, structure, update and report on the organization's total compensation strategy.
- Champion director-level leader development efforts with the executive management team.
- Oversee and ensure adherence to the human resource and talent development annual operating and capital budgets.
Team Development and Leadership
- Manage the performance, training requirements, and professional development of employees, including planning, needs assessments, design and development and evaluation of leadership skills.
- Provide effective leadership, mentoring and coaching to team members in order to assist them in reaching their career goals, increase their competency and promote team depth and unity.
- Communicate organizational direction and enable team members to perform at the highest standards.
- Supervise directors to include delegation of work assignments, coaching and feedback, rewards and recognition, and effective communication to include timely resolution of more complex departmental issues, conflicts and/or concerns.
- Recommend and make changes in staffing levels, basic structure and/or organization within the division to ensure effective completion of objectives.
- Requisition new positions as needed and coordinate and participate in the interviewing, hiring and training of team as necessary.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Master's Degree (or actively/willing to pursue) a degree in business, human resources, organizational leadership or related field.
- A Professional Human Resource Certification (SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP, PHR, SPHR) or Certified Professional in Learning and Performance Certification (CPLP) is preferred.
- Minimum ten years' experience managing and/or directing a Human Resources or Talent Development Department.
- Working knowledge of human resource procedures and policies, federal and state laws, and regulations governing employment, benefits and compensation.
- Excellent understanding and application of project management principles.
- Experience in strategic planning and execution, to include experience in human resources, talent development and development planning, organization, and development.
- Excellent computer skills, proficient in Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Word, Excel).
- Ability to carry out leadership responsibilities according to STCU's policies.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills, including experience writing reports, business correspondence, procedures, etc.
- Effective listening and negotiating skills.
- Strong interpersonal skills required, including maintaining positive relationships and excellent customer service skills.
- Ability to adapt to changes and prioritize and manage competing demands.
- Ability to read, analyze and interpret data and understand and communicate complex and diverse information, and effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, and the general public.
- Ability to solve complex problems and deal with a variety of situations exercising flexibility and sound judgment in a fast-paced environment.
- Ability to make practical and timely decisions and explain reasoning for decisions.
- Strong work ethic required, including the ability to complete duties on time, consistently arrive at work on time as scheduled, and ability to work flexible hours and overtime as needed.
- Must be able to regularly talk, hear, see and operate a computer keyboard and mouse.
- Occasionally lift, pull/push, and carry up to 10 pounds.
- Exposure to constant or intermittent sounds at a low or moderate level consistent with an office setting.
- Exposure to high-stress, fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.
For more information about STCU please review our website at www.stcu.org.
Posting ID: 583297842Posted: 2020-10-30