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NMSU Foundation
Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States
13 days ago

Description

Position Title: Director of Talent & Culture

Incentive Compensation: 10% of Base Salary

Job Summary:

Reporting to the Executive Committee of the Foundation Board and working collaboratively with all Foundation staff, the Director of Talent & Culture is responsible for development and implementation of comprehensive talent management and culture enhancement platforms to strengthen organizational effectiveness and employee engagement. This position drives change through organizational restructuring, training, career management, workforce diversity, and strategic planning. The Director of Talent & Culture assesses and clarifies the Foundation’s organizational values and needs, drives processes, policies, and workflows that are compliant, efficient, and scalable. A key role of this position is the engagement of Foundation and Board leadership, assuring advancement talent resources are aligned and engaged with Foundation culture and values in support of Foundation and University goals. The Director of Talent & Culture also creates an environment that is highly productive, meaningful, inclusive, and positive, where every employee can impact the probability of achieving their pinnacle career experience. This position collaborates with Foundation leadership to deliver strategic talent and culture initiatives as well as professional human resources services in the areas of employment, compensation, employee relations, organizational and human resources development. The Director of Talent & Culture maintains effective working relationships with the Foundation President and leadership team, as well as leaders across all NMSU units where Foundation employees are co-located.

About Us:

The New Mexico State University Foundation invites you to apply to join our diverse, dynamic, and welcoming team in Las Cruces, NM. The NMSU Foundation seeks to provide the pinnacle career experience for each member of our team. The Foundation is seeking talented individuals who are passionate about the mission of NMSU and committed to a continual pursuit of excellence. We build strong relationships with alumni, supporters, NMSU partners, and each other, while personifying our core values of integrity, teamwork, stewardship, innovation, and fun.

Established in 1959, the New Mexico State University Foundation’s mission is to build a brighter future for NMSU, one relationship at a time. As an independent nonprofit organization, the Foundation is the primary fundraising and alumni relations institution for NMSU. We are charged with raising and managing gifts of all types and coordinating the alumni association. We invest endowed gifts and disburse funding each year for the purposes designated by donors. The Foundation coordinates the efforts of the NMSU Alumni Association, which galvanizes the enthusiasm and loyalty of the NMSU alumni network of over 147,000 graduates to support the mission of NMSU while becoming better connected with each other.

Our team partners with alumni, corporations, foundations, and other supporters who want to match their charitable passions with opportunities for purposeful philanthropy and personal engagement at NMSU. Gifts create scholarships, advance faculty endeavors, enhance student programs, and make new and renovated educational and athletic facilities possible. These generous investments greatly enhance NMSU’s land grant mission to provide the highest quality academic programs, develop new understandings through research and creativity, and provide extension services across our state and region.

We offer a highly competitive salary including incentive compensation, an industry-leading benefits package, and a fun and fulfilling work environment. Qualified individuals with a high level of energy who are looking for a work environment that nurtures vision, performance, productivity, superior quality, and unsurpassed integrity are encouraged to apply for this career opportunity.

NMSU is New Mexico’s flagship land-grant and space-grant institution. Founded in 1888, NMSU is the oldest institution of higher education in the state and is a Hispanic-serving institution and a comprehensive research university dedicated to teaching, research, service, and outreach. NMSU serves more than 14,000 students from 49 states and 89 foreign countries and is among the best universities in the nation at moving students from the lowest income tier to the top. Over 50% of NMSU students are first-generation college students and over 60% are Hispanic, meaning that NMSU is one of the most important and effective drivers of economic mobility in the state.

Las Cruces is located 45 miles north of El Paso, TX, and features an average of 294 days of sunshine annually. Situated in the heart of the historic Mesilla Valley between the Organ Mountains, Robledo Mountains, and Picacho Peak, Las Cruces is ideal for job seekers who enjoy hiking, mountain biking, and birdwatching. Las Cruces is New Mexico’s second-largest city and home to 111,000 residents. The median home price in Las Cruces is $285,000, far below the national average of $425,000. 

Essential Functions:

  • Culture Management
    • Serves as cultural steward for the organization and, working closely with the Foundation Board and Foundation leadership, ensures that policies, programs, organizational and compensation administration deliver the best overall employment experience for staff at every level. 
    • Responsibilities include planning employee engagement events, projects and talent initiatives to promote organizational culture. 
    • May design, conduct, and analyze employee surveys. 
    • As a member of the leadership team, provides direction and guidance on how decisions are made that advance the mission, vision, values, goals, and objectives of the Foundation. 
    • Promotes and demonstrates respect, collaboration, and friendly customer service in all working relationships. 
    • Serves as a business partner, coach and confidante to leadership across the Foundation; advising and assisting leaders in making decisions that balance the needs of the organization with the needs of employees.
  • Talent Management
    • Partners with Foundation leadership, as well as university leadership at the unit level, to design, implement, and administer Foundation workforce planning, talent acquisition, onboarding, and retention strategies, as well as talent development and succession planning programs resulting in a sustainable Foundation talent pipeline and feeder pool to ensure meeting future workforce needs. 
    • Supports the design and implementation of Meaningful Measures to determine the impact of talent initiatives; partners with campus unit leaders to evaluate effectiveness and feedback of unit-assigned Foundation staff, and adjusting programs accordingly. 
    • Designs and implements recruiting programs and processes that attract, select and retain a qualified, diverse workforce through technology and social networking tools, as well as traditional sourcing techniques and advancement professional organizations, such as Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and Association of Governing Boards (AGB). 
    • Increase productivity, work satisfaction, and delivered outcomes through guidance of assessment, planning, and consulting with the Foundation population. 
    • Deploys succession and high-potential identification and professional development programs that ultimately increase and drive a more diverse and inclusive multicultural workforce level of readiness having the potential to assume broader Foundation positions or positions at a more senior leadership level.
  • Employee Success
    • Advises Foundation supervisors and managers on employee relations issues to resolve concerns while providing courses of action and/or appropriate decisions. 
    • Provides coaching and guidance to supervisors and managers in the handling of employee performance issues; provides guidance, with input from the Foundation’s general counsel and Professional Employer Organization (PEO), on corrective counseling and performance improvement plans. 
    • Partners with Foundation leaders in developing, coordinating, and delivering on-going professional development, skills, and culture training for Foundation staff. 
    • Analyzes training trends and organizational needs to ensure delivery of appropriate programs. 
    • Manages staff hiring processes, provides coaching, training and mentoring, manages performance and helps determine staffing needs. 
    • Acts as a liaison between Foundation employees and the Foundation senior staff and Board Executive Committee. 
    • Investigates and resolves employee concerns, potential policy violations, and other unusual issues. 
    • Collaborates as needed with the Foundation’s general counsel and Professional Employer Organization (PEO) regarding Employee Relations matters. 
    • Compiles information and prepares reports, letters, memos, and job-related documentation of a confidential nature. 
    • Creates and runs queries and analyzes HR-related data. 
    • Partners with senior staff to establish and cultivate policies, practices, and norms that support an inclusive, equitable, humane, and just organizational culture. 
    • Develop and lead an organizational diversity and inclusion plan that engages all staff and supports and builds staff equity analysis, skills, and practice.
  • Human Resources Management
    • Provides professional and strategic human resources services through Foundation’s human resource functions, including talent acquisition, onboarding, organizational development, training and professional development, compensation, benefits, employee relations, and payroll, in compliance with policy and procedures without regard to such human qualities as race, gender, ethnicity, physical ability, nationality, age, religion, or sexual orientation. 
    • Interprets HR policies, procedures, and practices and investigates complex or unusual issues, collaborating with the Foundation’s general counsel and Professional Employer Organization (PEO) as necessary while maintaining compliance with all federal and state laws and regulations including, but not limited to ADA, FLSA, EEOC, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, FMLA, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, USERRA, Title IX, and Equal Pay Act. 
    • Keeps abreast of relevant regulatory changes in order to maintain compliance. 
    • Oversees and directs supervisors and managers in the performance management process, reviews evaluations as requested and works with managers in effectively using management tools/skills designed to improve performance. 
    • Assists in facilitating and identifying employee training. 
    • Partners with Foundation supervisors and managers, and the Foundation Board Executive Committee to evaluate organizational structures, develop new or modified position descriptions, and provide recommendations regarding staffing. 
    • Provides guidance to management regarding the employment process, including ensuring compliance with all search committee processes, facilitating hiring decision discussions, promotion recommendations, and finalizing and extending salary offers, as assigned. 
    • Serves as the designated liaison with the Foundation’s Professional Employer Organization (PEO). 
    • Participates in administrative staff meetings and attends other meetings as needed to provide guidance and direction on human resources-related issues. 
    • Provides development and oversight of onboarding and termination process for employees leaving the Foundation. 
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Minimum Required Education, Knowledge, Experience & Certification/License:

  • Bachelors degree in Human Resources, Management, Business Administration, Employment, Change Management, Industrial /Organizational Psychology or relevant field.
  • An energetic, well-grounded, innovative, service-oriented personality and calculated risk taker with a bias for action, a record of setting and surpassing objectives, and the proven “can do” attitude and drive to execute strategies and produce results beyond expectations.
  • Fully knowledgeable of applied organizational development and high-performance culture philosophy principles, and practices.
  • Fully knowledgeable of human resources policies, practices, precedents and laws.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills; organizational and interpersonal skills.
  • Detail oriented self-starter, team player and the ability to work with little supervision.
  • Well-developed administrative skills.
  • Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, including full proficiency in Excel.
  • Highly effective speaking and presentation skills with diverse experience presenting before large or small groups.
  • Holding current certification from a recognized professional association or higher education institution is desirable in one or more of the following professional areas: Learning and Development, Human Resources Management, Talent Acquisition, Culture Management, Organizational Development.

Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Management, Business Administration, Employment, Change Management, Industrial /Organizational Psychology or relevant field.
  • 8 years of experience directly related human resources experience as an HR leader, or similar role, in a complex organizational environment building coalitions and partnerships through influence to develop and implement comprehensive talent management and culture enhancement platforms that resulted in improved organizational and employee effectiveness; advising management and personnel on employee relations issues; and working with executive leadership and delivering a positive track record of exercising conflict resolution and change management practices within an organization.


Job Information

  • Job ID: 63872233
  • Location:
    Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States
  • Position Title: Director of Talent and Culture
  • Company Name For Job: NMSU Foundation
  • Setting: Non-Profit / Charity
  • Job Function: HR Generalist
  • Job Type: Full-Time
  • Job Duration: Indefinite
  • Min Education: BA/BS/Undergraduate
  • Min Experience: 7-10 Years
  • Required Travel: 0-10%

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