Job Posting of the Week

Sarah Liston saw this and sent it along, thinking y’all might find it interesting, especially the title:

Executive Director, Talent Management (Re-post)

Location:    District Office
Employee Type:    Full Time Staff
Department:    Human Resources & Staff Development
Union Status:    Non-Bargained For
Hours:    40 hours per week
Salary:    $76,500 – $90,000
Posted:    Wednesday, February 01, 2012
Closing Date:    Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Provides leadership and direction in effectively linking a strategic plan for performance management and professional development to the College’s mission, goals and objectives aimed at increasing student success.

Serves as the director, facilitator, and implementer of a performance management and professional development system in collaboration with key stakeholders to promote a strong, systematic approach to performance management.  Develops and coordinates employee orientation, training, professional development and performance evaluations.  Works with the Executive Director of Compensation and Classification to ensure all organizational jobs are analyzed and tied to appropriate competencies.

Responsible for the implementation of the software solution, policies, procedures and the strategic plan relative to performance management.  Develops and delivers engaging and interactive training opportunities for faculty and staff, using sound, metrics-driven approaches.  Integrates new innovative approaches to professional development through a variety of mediums and methods that may include peer mentoring, peer coaching, peer “Discussions,” “Big Ideas” seminars, on-line certificate training programs, staff retreats and discipline-specific training.

Manages performance evaluations accessible to authorized managers and personnel through web-based delivery and accessibility.  Builds a central training calendar and supporting repository of training, leadership, and best practice resources and activities, including on and off-campus seminars, conferences and opportunities. Organizes the creation of a District database to collect and track individual development plans.  Updates and maintains information, as needed.  Seeks out methods to support professional development initiatives.

Cultivates and supports a culture of professional development through regular sharing of trends, emerging technologies and relevant publications; coordinates a staff professional development website, newsletter and other modes of communication.  Collaborates with other administrators to ensure alignment of performance management and professional development initiatives to CCC policies and procedures and the Centers for Teaching and Learning.  Collaborates with other administrators to cultivate a district wide system of rewards and recognition.

Creates and administers a career pathways and succession planning service to faculty and staff seeking career mobility opportunities.  Prepares and administers the Performance and Professional Development budget and makes appropriate budget recommendations to the Vice Chancellor of Human Resources.  Supervises support staff within the Performance and Professional Development unit.

Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Development, Organizational Development or related field with a minimum of 5 years of related work experience. Master’s degree preferred.  Performance management, professional development and training experience required.

Sarah writes:

Might be an interesting conversation topic for the Lounge….apparently, we are ‘talent’…One point I found interesting that this person will manage the ‘talent’ but yet does not need to have any education experience at all…


h/t to Sarah for the pointer.

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