11 Aug Pros to Know: Human Resources
CareerBuilder’s Midyear Job Forecast ranks Human Resources in the Top 10 hottest functional areas that employers will be hiring for in the second half of 2016. Competition for top talent is expected to grow tougher, as 50% of employers plan to hire full-time, permanent staff over the same time period. A winning talent acquisition strategy is more important than ever!
The following HR professionals, currently represented by The Steely Group, are selectively considering new opportunities. Contact Tracey Goldthwaite, Sr. Vice President and HR Practice Lead, to learn more about these high-potential candidates:
- VP of Human Resources: Broad-based HR leader with expertise in a full range of HR functions including recruiting, onboarding, employee relations, retention, business strategies, FLSA audits, 360-degree performance management programs, skill assessments, HRIS and all pre- and post-acquisition services. Managed up to 37 direct reports across the nation and globe, and has successfully managed remotely at two organizations. Certifications include SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources) and CCP (Certified Compensation Professional).
Years of experience: 20
- Director of Human Resources: Outstanding employee relations strategist with broad-based industry knowledge and extensive labor and collective bargaining experience. Passionate about the power of human capital and enjoys leading bold, strategic change with a lasting impact on people, organizations and industry. Stellar track record of applying policy and procedure nationally that attracts and retains top talent to create an engaged, productive workforce as well as improve performance. Inspiring and engaging communicator who has managed HR teams in 17 locations across seven states.
Years of experience: 10
- HR Business Partner: Creative thinker and problem solver responsible for 400 employees across a multi-site/state environment. Coach, counselor, consultant, champion and change agent. Decisive multitasker with strong analytical skills and proven ability to develop relationships and support employees within all levels of the organization. Experienced in the development of policies and programs that meet employee needs and increase organizational productivity and efficiency.
Years of experience: 2
- Payroll and Tax Specialist: Service-driven “big picture” professional with exceptional problem-solving and analytical skills. Whether the concern is the result of the employee, the supervisor or a system glitch, this pro can analyze and understand the problem and solve it quickly. Keeps current on payroll changes and legal updates nationwide; has domestic and international experience reconciling compensation and tax accounts. Currently manages the billings for a large law firm with aggressive deadlines and client details.
Years of experience: 9
Read CareerBuilder’s Midyear Job Forecast here.