Department of Cultural Resources HR Director
North Carolina Office of State Personnel - Wake County, NC

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This is an Exempt Managerial Position

The NC Department of Cultural Resources invites applications for the Director of Human Resources, a senior management position responsible for the administration of a comprehensive and complex human resources program that serves approximately 700 employees subject to the State Personnel Act. This key management role reports to the Secretary in a consultative, advisory role on departmental staffing, organizational design, employee relations, workforce planning and development, staff recruitment and retention as well as employee safety and health. Expectations for the successful candidate are a proven record of human resources management at a senior executive level in either a public or corporate setting; visionary leadership; and the capacity for strategic planning and thinking. The position will be expected to lead and direct the department’s human resources programs with an emphasis on excellence, innovation and results. The work is dynamic, resulting from the organizational diversity of the Department of Cultural Resources with its mission to recognize and promote culture and heritage as essential elements of North Carolina’s economic and social well-being. The department includes the State Library, State Archives, 27 Historic Sites, seven history museums, two art museums, a historical publications shop, archaeology office, historic preservation office, the North Carolina Symphony and the North Carolina Arts Council.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies:
The position requires thorough knowledge of personnel management, human relations, and administrative principles and techniques as they relate to the administration of a comprehensive management program. Ability to supervise the planning and development of new or modified personnel programs; to promote personnel practices and principles as a part of the total management process and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with agency directors and managers and State Personnel officials. In leading the department’s human resources programs, the Director must be proficient and accurate in the interpretation and application of various federal and state laws pertaining to employment.

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
Graduation from a four year college or university, preferably with coursework applicable to personnel administration, and four years of experience involving the development and operation of personnel programs, the development of proposed policies and implementation procedures, and the interpretation and application of policies and standards including at least two years of supervisory, administrative or coordinative personnel or managerial work; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

Supplemental and Contact Information:
If you are unable to submit an application online, you may send one to the contact address below. SPECIAL NOTE: Applications should be delivered or mailed to: NC Office of State Personnel 116 W. Jones Street 1331 Mail Service Center Raleigh, NC 27699-1331
(919) 807-4800 Attention: Charlene Shabazz Do not deliver or mail applications to the Department of Cultural Resources, Human Resources Office.

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