The Human Resources Manager (HRM) is responsible for a wide variety of Human Resource functions for the schools, colleges, and divisions supported by the CBSO. The HRM will take initiative, proactively seek solutions to internal and external challenges, and be part of an exciting opportunity to collaborate and contribute to the continued development of shared services on campus. Reporting to the CBSO Associate Director of HR, the HRM provides front-line support to assigned units within the portfolio. The HRM will work with supervisors, hiring managers, deans, department heads, and search chairs to provide consultation and advice on HR best practices, policies, procedures, and compliance.
The HRM will manage recruitment, onboarding, employee and labor relations, and project management processes, under the strategic leadership of the associate director. This position supports these efforts by providing comprehensive tools and resources as well as consultation, guidance, and support to hiring managers, search chairs, and committees during the recruitment, selection, and hiring process. In addition, they assist in the handling of employee relations issues, including assisting in fact-finding, researching, and compiling various data and information. These duties are carried out in a confidential capacity while maintaining an institutional perspective.
The HR Manager liaises with the broader campus including the Office of the Provost and Human Resources on behalf of the units they support. They will build and sustain strong relationships with University Human Resources teams. They will monitor university changes to policies, procedures, and best practices, and will provide updates to the shared business center and partner units as needed. The HRM will review, analyze, and update processes as needed to enhance procedures for the colleges. They also provide coaching, training, and guidance to supervisors and employees.
The HRM will provide exceptional customer service to partner units while operating with professionalism, confidentiality, and sound judgment. This position requires the ability to work independently, exercise creative problem-solving skills, and communicate effectively. The person in this role must be able to work effectively with a diverse group of stakeholders.
The successful candidate will shape organizational structure by developing connections between the academic departments to facilitate communication, training, and operational activities. In accordance with UO and college policies and procedures, the human resource manager may develop and implement plans, procedures, programs, and performance standards. The manager participates in strategic planning efforts as part of the shared services management team and the colleges, implementing and evaluating short and long-range shared services and college goals.
Online applications submitted at https://careers.uoregon.edu/en-us/job/529399/human-resources-manager
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