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Director, Human Resource Development

  • 27 Feb 2017 6:16 AM
    Message # 4637045
    Anonymous

    Director, Human Resource Development
    Auburn University

    Reporting to the Senior Director, Talent Management, Human Resources Department, the incumbent in this position will be responsible for: 

    1. Collaborating with Human Resources Department peers, campus leadership, staff, and campus human resources liaisons, conducting campus-wide human resources development and training "current state" assessments and "future state" and ongoing needs assessments as related to current and future courses, programs, curriculum and opportunities; 
    2. Identifying, developing, implementing and assessing a training and development organizational model to fulfill those needs, ensuring inclusiveness, accessibility, cost effectiveness and relevance; 
    3. Creation of a leadership and supervisory development program; 
    4. Identifying opportunities that support the University's strategic priorities and the goals/needs of the colleges, schools and departments, to include collaborating with others in support of the University's inclusion and diversity initiatives; 
    5. Aligning the planning and coaching of human resources development staff in support of the "future state" model; 
    6. Designing and developing instructional course materials utilizing best practice for delivery of programs including in person, online and web-based training; 
    7. Overseeing and conducting training and development seminars, new employee orientation, and other development programs for the University; 
    8. Managing the configuration, implementation, administration and maintenance of an automated Learning Management System; 
    9. Reviewing, evaluating and making recommendations regarding policies, procedures, programs and budget; 
    10. Collaborating, consulting, developing, designing and delivering appropriate organizational interventions for University units; 
    11. Establishing and reporting on appropriate measures to assess ongoing progress and achievements of the human resources development programs and strategies; 
    12. Managing and coordinating special projects; 
    13. Providing policy direction for and oversight of the employee educational improvement benefits and the University's performance management system; and 
    14. Full supervisory responsibility for other employees is also a major responsibility and includes training, evaluating, and recommending pay, promotion or other tangible employment decisions.
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