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Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)

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Clackamas Community College

The CHRO has overall responsibility and accountability for long-range planning, program development, problem solving, and staff development. This position provides leadership in employee relations activities, including contract negotiations, and ensures contract education and good faith execution.

This position oversees the full scope of human resources activities and programs, and leads the human resources team in setting goals and strategies for the division. Oversight includes payroll, talent acquisition, compliance, labor relations, compensation, benefits, fairs, data collection, professional development, training, Title IX, Title VI and diversity initiatives.

Essential Job Functions
The CHRO oversees and manages the human resources functions for the college, ensuring policies, practices and systems support the ability to provide a thriving work environment.
The CHRO is a key champion of diversity, equity and inclusion efforts at the college.
The CHRO serves on the executive team and provides information, shares ideas, and helps determine the overall direction of the college.
In order to guide managers in the administration of labor contracts, the CHRO is proficient in the three collective bargaining agreements representing full-time faculty, part-time faculty and classified staff.
The CHRO oversees a team of seven full-time employees and one part-time student employee.

Employees are our most important asset. We offer a complete benefit package for eligible employees and their families (including domestic partners) with a broad range of benefit options, including medical, dental, vision, prescription, life insurance, long-term disability insurance and PERS membership. To learn more about all the benefits CCC has to offer, visit: www.clackamas.edu/benefits

For more information, please see the attachment or visit: www.clackamas.edu/jobs/opportunities

Applicants are encouraged to apply by 5 p.m., Thursday, January 31.