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Board of Child Care
Martinsburg, West Virginia, United States (on-site)
16 hours ago

Description

What is this job?

As a member of the Executive Leadership Team at the Board of Child Care, the Chief Human Resource Officer (CHRO) provides strategic, forward-thinking insight and leadership. They oversee the life cycle of talent as it pertains to all Human Resource activities including but not limited to recruiting, attracting and retaining talent, benefits, employee relations, wellness, equity, diversity and inclusion, compensation, policies and procedures, investigations, discipline, and staff growth and development.  

Using their strategic-thinking and professional insight, this individual can identify, research, select, and champion the implementation of large projects and initiatives that transcend across teams and programs and sustain the desired change over time.  They are a change leader that seeks and finds ways to modernize and streamline HR processes while ensuring the HR team maintains a customer-centered approach.  Key Performance Indicators are used to help to determine if human resources is making an impact, demonstrate value, manage resources and focus improvement efforts.

The CHRO reports directly to the President & CEO (check out boardofchildcare.org for the executive team's bio's).  They will use data about BCC’s recruitment efforts and workforce at large to empower other executive leaders and the board of directors in their decision-making process. Their ability to analyze industry and economic trends, as well as shape strategy and annual priorities within the HR team and across the wider organization, are both critically important for BCC to achieve its charitable purpose of enriching communities, one family at a time.

What is this company? Board of who?

We would agree with you our name is not the greatest and we hope to change it in the very near future!  The Board of Child Care is not a federal or state agency. It is an independent not-for-profit organization that is focused on serving children and their families.  It has evolved and adapted from orphanages opened 140+ years ago to being a leader in providing high-quality behavioral health, educational, and residential services across the Mid-Atlantic.  Our Mechanicsburg, PA, campus used to be called United Methodist Home for Children prior to merging with BCC in 2018. BCC as a whole has approximately 700 employees, an annual budget of about $55 million, and the majority of its employees are in MD, WV, PA, and DC.  

Do I need any prior experience?

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelors of Arts degree in a related field from an accredited college or university.
  • A minimum of 10 years of documented, progressively responsible experience in overseeing human resource teams, with at least five years of executive HR experience.  Not-for-profit sector experience preferred. 
  • A minimum of three years of supervisory experience with two or more direct reports
  • Two years’ experience with direct responsibility for recruitment

Preferred Education and Experience

  • A master’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university
  • Experience managing variances in HR law across a multi-state business environment.  
  • Juris doctorate – with a specialty in employment law
  • Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) or SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) certification or Professional in Human Resource (PHR) certification preferred

What does the Chief Human Resource Officer do specifically?

  • Model and act in accordance with BCC’s core values:   safety empathy, relationships, and impact.  
  • Honor differences, acknowledge uniqueness, and amplify all voices. Partner with BCC’s Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) committee to build (and participate) in training and group experiences that strengthen BCC’s commitment to EDI. Model the use of inclusive language and practices.
  • Demonstrate and practice BCC’s leadership mindset, “Choose kindness.  Solve problems and learn together. Make it happen.” 
  • Demonstrate and practice trauma-informed leadership. 
  • Develop and execute annual projects and goals for each department and area of responsibility that support BCC’s overall strategic plan 
  • As a member of the Executive Leadership Team at BCC, the CHRO provides leadership, management and focus to achieve program impact.
  • Stay up to date with trends impacting the non-profit sector, recruitment practices, and labor laws. Bring forward new concepts that evolve HR and other business practices.
  • Prepare and submit an annual operational budget for each area of responsibility, manage effectively within this budget, and report accurately on progress made and challenges encountered.
  • Co-create the agenda for and actively participate in BCC’s Board of Directors subcommittee called the Risk Management, Compensation, and Outcomes (RCO) committee.  Attend full Board meetings as an Executive Leadership Team member.
  • Participates in strategic planning efforts with the Executive Leadership Team and Board of Directors. Provide support and oversight to senior leaders to develop and operationalize Annual Operating Plans to realize BCC’s Strategic Plan.
  • In coordination with other members of the executive team, represent BCC at the local, state, and national levels, including participation on task forces and government committees.  
  • A strategic partner in the overall management and strategic decision-making, advising on the life cycle of Talent for the entire Agency.   
  • Planning, development, implementation and oversight of human resources policies and procedures that are compliant with legal requirements and accreditation standards that endeavor to create a resilient workforce by overseeing the Talent Handbook and the Human Resource Manual.  Ensures that the HR Manual and Talent Handbook continue to evolve and are updated on an annual basis for Board approval.
  • Oversee the annual selection of benefit packages by working closely with an external benefits broker, the Chief Financial Officer, and the Senior Director of HR. Oversee contract negotiations with vendors as needed.
  • Analyze data on employee turnover, unemployment and worker’s compensation metrics. Provide strategic insight on ways to improve these indicators of organizational health. 
  • Create a philosophy that inspires a healthy culture where human resources staff of Board of Child Care are valued, inspired, encouraged and engaged in achieving the mission of the organization.
  • Develops, nurtures, and ensures a strong quality culture within HR and across BCC that learns from mistakes and improves performance.
  • Provides legal guidance related to issues related to employment law. Work closely with a labor law attorney in any cases that require outside counsel.
  • Oversee the management and quality improvement of human resources information system, payroll, and all other human resource and recruitment process systems.
  • Develops, nurtures, and ensures a strong quality culture that learns from mistakes and improves performance.
  • Champion of the all-inclusive wellness program for BCC staff.
  • In coordination with the CFO, provide oversight, guidance, evolution and philosophy to a competitive compensation program using compensation studies and external benchmarks as necessary.
  • Have an ongoing commitment to professional development and team building through job coaching, conferences, workshops and training.
  • Identify, develop, model and promote a culture of diversity and inclusion through knowledge of human rights legislation to drive impact in engagement, professional development, anti-racism, diversity and inclusion at the Board of Child Care for Talent at all levels.

Recruitment 

  • Ensure all recruitment roles and teams have clear hiring benchmark targets. 
  • Work closely with the Chief Operating Officer, other internal stakeholders, and external marketing and recruitment vendors to create and manage a budget for recruitment marketing. Ensure campaigns focused on recruitment are achieving their stated goals.

How big is the HR team at BCC? 

The CHRO has three direct reports. a Senior Director of HR (oversees all HR Generalists), a Director of Spiritual Life (oversees employee engagement, wellness, and EDI efforts), and a Talent Acquisition Manager (oversees all of recruitment and HR & Recruitment Coordinators). All three of these roles are currently filled and operational.  In total the HR and Recruitment teams represent 16 full-time and one part-time role.  They are primarily located at BCC's headquarters on its Baltimore campus, but some positions are based out of WV and PA.  Finalists for this position will be given full organizational charts and other helpful departmental and organizational information prior to their final interview.  

Where is this job based? Is this an in-person position? 

This is a full-time, in-person position. BCC's preference is that this role is based out of our Baltimore headquarters (where all other members of the executive team work), but we welcome applicants that would prefer a primary office location of Martinsburg, WV or Mechanicsburg, PA.  Due to space constraints, we are unfortunately not able to have this role based out of our DC location.  Travel between all sites is expected on a somewhat frequent basis.

Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. BCC has a flex schedule policy that may allow this role to shift the start time a little earlier or later in the day.  BCC has a telework policy that allows up to one day a week of remote work, with flexibility for life's unpredictable moments and weather.  If you have specific scheduling needs they can be discussed with our recruitment team or with the CEO during the interview process.  

What does the benefits package look like? 

  • Accrue vacation at the rate of 3 weeks per year, plus two floating holidays to use, plus nine paid holidays when BCC is closed.  
  • Paid sick and bereavement leave
  • Up to 3% annual match to retirement contributions
  • Health insurance is available via CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield.  Applicants are welcome to request our full benefit guide for further details. 

Other Job Requirements

  • This position requires you to drive BCC vehicles. Must have a valid, active, driver's license with less than 7 points.
  • Must be at least 21 years old. 
  • Background check and drug screen required
  • The job responsibilities posted here are intended to be a summary of key responsibilities.  A full and more detailed job description will be provided during the interview process. 

The Board of Child Care is an equal-opportunity employer by choice committed to excellence through diversity. All eligible candidates, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply for vacancies as appropriate.



Requirements

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelors of Arts degree in a related field from an accredited college or university.
  • A minimum of 10 years of documented, progressively responsible experience in overseeing human resource teams, with at least five years of executive HR experience.  Not-for-profit sector experience preferred. 
  • A minimum of three years of supervisory experience with two or more direct reports
  • Two years’ experience with direct responsibility for recruitment

Job Information

  • Job ID: 67969492
  • Workplace Type: On-Site
  • Location:
    Martinsburg, West Virginia, United States
    Baltimore, Maryland, United States
    Martinsburg, West Virginia, United States
    Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, United States
  • Company Name For Job: Board of Child Care
  • Position Title: Chief Human Resource Officer
  • Industry: Human Resources/Staffing
  • Job Function: Legal
  • Organization Type/Size: School/Government/Non-Profit
  • Job Type: Full-Time
  • Job Duration: Indefinite
  • Min Education: BA/BS/Undergraduate
  • Min Experience: 7-10 Years
  • Required Travel: None
  • Salary: $150,000.00 - $170,000.00 (Yearly Salary)

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