The Director, Human Resources Business Partner serves as a trusted and collaborative advisor, providing a proactive, practical, and valued HR perspective in partnership with Mission leadership. The Director, HRBP serves as the strategic partner to a designated line of business ensuring alignment in support of attracting, motivating, and retaining top talent. This individual possesses strong skills in building relationships, diagnosing issues, advising, influencing, and guiding all levels of management on the HR implications of business decisions related to aspects of people management and leadership.
The Director, HRBP drives and deploys programs and strategies for local talent management, development, compensation, performance management, and workplace rights that facilitate change and optimize the contribution and engagement level of employees. The Director, HRBP will utilize experience and analytics for evaluation of the effectiveness and efficiencies of HR programs and processes, while making recommendations for strategic changes. The Director, HR Business Partner is responsible for the efficient and effective delivery of HR services to the organization by providing an innovative approach to organizational challenges and the ability to translate strategy into operating results.
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