Friday, September 19, 2014

Associate Vice Chancellor HR and Ops


Provides district-wide leadership in delivering the DCCCD's human resources
programs and services. Responds to infrastructure needs to support college
and district location operations. Ensures that HR operations are delivered
in a uniformly high quality, efficient and law/policy/Human Resource
Operational Guidelines-compliant manner, across the district. Supports
Executive Vice Chancellor, Chancellor and college presidents in meeting
organizational and employee needs for human resource solutions that support
and further district and college mission.

Principle Duties and Responsibilities
Leads and facilitates the work of the Human Resources Council

Manages district-wide processes such as:

Leave accrual updates
Benefits communication and administration
Criminal background checks
Sick leave pool
Bilingual testing
Input of "restricted" matters: TED's, corrections with Colleague ERP
Ad Hoc position reviews
Regular cycle of position review
Performance evaluation
Annual Awards
Retiree database
Visiting Scholar database

Manages, revises upon need or for improvement and provides support for
district-wide hiring processes including:

Adjunct database
Recruiting tactics
Application process and tracking
Diversity improvements
Interview practices
Training for search committees
Coaching to assist in successful hiring decisions
Functions as senior administrative resource for:
Interpretation of Human Resource Operational Guidelines

FMLA Guidelines

Benefits questions
Provides for interface between Payroll and HR processes
Provides for employment/employee relations
Ensures timely review of HROG and HR Policy

Provides leadership for district-wide compliance to HROG, policy and
applicable state and federal labor statues

Ensures accuracy and relevance of DCCCD Human Resources Web content
Acts as primary DHR liaison to District Organization Development departments
Assesses needs for district human resource training; assists in development
of needs-appropriate training materials and delivery.
Assists Executive Vice Chancellor in responding to PSSA and Faculty Council
issues, inquiries and questions
Designs and executes a staffing plan to meet requirements through
selection, training, evaluation and supervision of assigned staff.
Develops and manages assigned budget

Other duties as assigned

Physical Effort Requirements
The position works with light, easy to handle materials requiring little
physical effort.

Location of Position
District Operations (DO/DSC) Dallas

Reports To
Executive Vice Chancellor, Business Affairs and the Chancellor

Required Qualifications

Master's degree or higher with five years high-level human resource
management including supervision in an organization of similar size and
complexity as DCCCD or a Bachelor's degree with ten years of the same type
of experience as described herein. Ability to utilize computer technology
to access data, generate reports, prepare spreadsheets/reports, and
inter-office communications. Oral and written communication skills required
to enable presentation of complex topics and information, recommendations
for improvement or change to individuals from varying diverse backgrounds,
educational and experiential levels. The ability to provide quality
customer service. Official transcripts will be required.

Application Procedure

To be considered for the position, the applicant must complete and submit
the following items by 5:00 PM (CST) on September 26, 2014:

A list of former managers. Designate no more than four former managers who
are prepared to serve as professional or personal references on your
behalf. For each reference, provide the person's name, title, address,
telephone, and email address. Briefly describe the context in which you
know the person. References should be prepared to address your character,
reputation, and qualifications to serve as an Associate Vice Chancellor of
HR - Operations and Services.

NOTE: We will only contact your current employer if you are selected as the
final candidate and you have obtained a conditional offer on a glowing
reference check. All other references will be contacted at our discretion.

The seven independently accredited colleges of the Dallas County Community
College District are part of an equal opportunity system that provides
education and employment opportunities without discrimination on the basis
of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, age, sexual
orientation, gender identity or gender expression. Dallas County Community
College District complies with the Americans With Disabilities and Veterans
Act. If you require special

Send a resume summarizing your professional and educational background.