With over 800 employees NEORSD has been named among the region’s top workplaces, among the state’s most fiscally responsible agencies, and is nationally recognized as a peak performance organization in water quality. NEORSD has been recognized as a NorthCoast 99 Great Workplace and has been a 3-time Top Workplace award winner.
The vision of NEORSD is to “be the environmental leader in enhancing quality of life in the region and protecting its water resources.” The story of NEORSD has been of great people making possible a river’s rebirth, ensuring a greater Great Lake.
We are searching for a collaborative Human Resources Director and partner to the senior leadership team who will continue the legacy of NEORSD and take the great and mission-driven people of the organization into the next decade, ensuring that the burning river story is “never forgotten” and “never again.”
The Director of Human Resources will report to the CEO, coordinate implementation of services, policies and programs, and will serve on the senior leadership team. The Director will provide the strategic leadership, management and direction of the Human Resources functions, including talent acquisition and selection, classification and compensation, employee training, employee benefits, wellness programs, HRIS administration, employee records, and employee and labor relations.
The HR Director will serve as the organization’s Compliance Officer, ensuring conformity with all personnel laws, rules and regulations at the federal, state and local levels. The HR Director will lead and develop the HR Team and will provide management support across the organization, including serving as liaison to recognized unions at the District.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
The HR Director is responsible for the smooth operation of all the functions that deal with the needs and activities of the organization’s people including these areas:
Education and Knowledge: