Director of People, Culture & Diversity
Company: United Way Worldwide
Posted on: February 22, 2021
United Way of Central New Mexico's Director of People, Culture &
Diversity provides tactical leadership in the development and
implementation of the organization's human capital practices and
policies. She/he understands the role of helping the organization
build its capacity to find, motivate and support talent in a
high-performance culture that emphasizes empowerment,
collaboration, diversity, inclusiveness, teamwork, and excellence.
She/he will internalize the organization's mission, vision and
strategic objectives and will work across divisions and departments
to build and manage a best-in-class human resource function known
for its commitment to excellence, diversity, and inclusion.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Essential Function 1:
Human Resources Operations
-----Stays abreast of best practices, employment legislation,
industry trends, and human capital market conditions generally, and
diversity and inclusion specifically, and infuses learning into
human resource functions.
-----Administers, develops, implements and continually strengthens
human resource functions, including hiring procedures, personnel
policies, file and data maintenance, benefits administration, etc.,
to advance organizational goals.
-----Serves as main contact for all new hire compliance
requirements (I9, E-Verify, State level reporting, etc.),
-----Coordinates new hire onboarding.
-----Provides support, guidance, education, and as appropriate,
direction to various levels of management on human resource-related
-----In collaboration with key senior team members, develops,
implements, evaluates, and improves organization's goal setting and
evaluation practices and procedures.
-----In collaboration with key senior team members, develops,
implements, evaluates, improves, and communicates guidelines,
procedures, and handbook policies.
-----Serves as lead in disability, worker's compensation,
unemployment, and other insurance claims, as well as in employment
-----Stays abreast of and maintains federal and state regulatory
compliance for all human resource matters and advises key senior
team members as to relevant business impacts and risk. Essential
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Lead
-----Implement and monitor programs that promote diversity and
equity within the company.
-----Responsible for developing training and initiatives to create
and foster an open and inclusive environment.
-----Translate strategy into a tactical plan with clear actions,
accountability, and goals to promote best in class equitable
-----Partner with Senior Management to integrate diversity and
inclusion into core decisions through recruitment, performance
management, leadership development, employee engagement and
-----Develop training opportunities to educate employees and
managers on how to recognize, accommodate and appreciate individual
differences and how these can be bridged back to assist in meeting
-----Research and develop metrics for measuring the effectiveness
of diversity initiatives implemented and prepare quarterly reports
to senior management on the value of the initiatives.
-----Oversee external partnerships, memberships, and networking
relationships. Responsible for outreach relationships with
diversity related organizations. Essential Function 3:
Employee Lifecycle Management
-----Develops, implements, and continually strengthens best
practice and inclusive recruitment, orientation, and onboarding
processes to source highly diverse and competent candidate pools
and to retain a highly talented, engaged and committed team of
-----Creates and oversees all general new employee orientation,
role-specific onboarding processes and continuously enhances the
development and maintenance of the United Way learning systems.
-----Develops, implements, and analyzes new employee satisfaction
and commitment surveys.
-----Recommends data-driven practice adjustments to senior team and
-----Facilitates development of and evaluates job descriptions to
include position classification specifications in line with the
approved compensation program.--
-----Facilitates development and oversees execution of employee
development and organizational training plan in coordination with
the senior team and supervisors.
-----Develop role-specific standards for success at all levels that
align to UWCNM's values, mission, and impact goals; assess the
skills and talents of our existing staff and develop training,
guidance, and professional development strategies to help them
aspire to and meet these standards.
-----Review and oversee a performance management system that
reflects UWCNM's core values, is integrated with competency
standards, and supports equitable professional growth and
Essential Function 4:
Compensation and Benefits Administration
-----Manages and administers third-party human resource vendor
contracts and relationships.
-----In conjunction with CEO and CFO oversees the administration
and review of an attractive employee benefits and compensation
program within budget parameters. Essential Function 5:
Human Resources Consultative Resource
-----Consultative resource to all employees providing coaching,
mediation, professional development recommendations or other
appropriate support, as necessary.
-----Consultative resource to supervisors regarding personnel
matters (development, performance improvement, etc.) to support
accomplishment of organizational goals while minimizing
-----Responds to and facilitates resolution to employee relations
issues such as employee complaints, harassment allegations, and
civil rights complaints. o--Insurance - Responsible for assessing
insurance needs and working with broker to ensure the timeliness of
insurance renewal for general liability, workers compensation, and
Directors and Officers insurance.--
o--Other duties as assigned. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS [EDUCATION]:
Bachelor's degree required. Master's Degree preferred. MINIMUM
Five years of experience in Talent Management, including experience
with Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. Excellent communication and
presentation skills. Must be able to meet deadlines and be
flexible. Requires the ability to work in a fast-paced environment
high level of organizational skills and interpersonal skills.
Standard PC based office equipment. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Must possess a valid New Mexico driver's license. Must be able to
lift a minimum of 40 pounds. Interested applicants should forward a
cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org . Thank you for your
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