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It is anticipated the position will be a 12 month (244 day) position with TRS paid in addition to the base salary of $85,000-$105,000 based on previous experience. Specific questions should be directed to email@example.com.
Complete your application here: http://rcs137.tedk12.com/hire
District & Benefit Information : https://www.rcs137.org/cms/lib/IL50000466/Centricity/Domain/79/HR%20Recruitment%20Flier%205-24-2022.pdf
Under the direction of the Superintendent, the Director of Human Resources follows District policy for hiring, retention, and recruitment of staff and the operations of the Human Resource Department, school board policies and benefits.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
1. Develop, plan, manage, and evaluate all procedures and policies of the Department of Human Resources to
maximize both quality and efficiency including, but not limited to, Board Credit, Skyward Employee Access, recruitment, hiring, retention, orientation of new employees, and leadership advancement.
2. Oversee all Human Resources database systems to ensure systems are functioning, providing accurate/timely information, and performing the intended service.
3. Plan the District's staffing in each District site/program, in cooperation with administrators and managers, to assure the best use of District's fiscal and human resources as well as to meet the needs and goals of the site/program.
4. Investigate grievances and/or complaints from employees (e.g. sexual harassment, pay and/or assignment disputes,
5. Process recommendations for the discipline and/or termination of employees, assembling substantiating information, and arranging and conducting, as needed, conferences and hearings.
6. Manage grievances and cases which result in arbitration and mediation.
7. Provide guidance, as needed, to certificated and classified employees to resolve complaints and other matters relating to personnel management.
8. Work closely with the Rantoul City Educational Support Professionals Association and Rantoul City Schools
Education Association and their respective collective bargaining agreements.
9. Direct the management of the District's collective bargaining agreements, including negotiations, evaluation, processing grievances, and supporting administrators in managing the collective bargaining agreements for all
10. Assist in contract negotiations with certified bargaining units to arrive at a mutually satisfactory agreement including, but not limited to, wages, hours, working conditions, and contract language of employees represented by
the bargaining units.
11. Oversee all compliance issues including, but not limited to, Title IX, Section 504, Right to Know, AffirmativeAction, Sexual Harassment, etc., supervise the preparation of all necessary state and federal surveys and reports,
and oversee the development and distribution of all District policy and procedure manuals for the purpose of compliance.
12. Serve as Compliance Officer for Americans with Disabilities Act.
13. Oversee the implementation of the Certified Evaluation Plan for licensed staff as well as the District evaluation program for support staff and substitutes.
14. Oversee the processes of hiring (e.g. advertising, recruiting, screening, interviewing, appropriate credentials), recruitment (e.g. policies, procedures, training, marketing), and attrition (e.g. resignations, termination, leaves, exit
interviews) and ensure all processes meet regulations and law, as well as to promote staff diversity.
15. Oversee a system of personnel records for all school employees in order to provide a comprehensive, efficient, accurate and current record of all matters pertinent to employment, transfer, tenure, retirement, leaves, promotion,
discipline, demotion, etc.
16. Oversee the overall substitute program to ensure adequate teachers are available on a daily basis.
17. Oversee benefits administration and program reviews, including the District's health, vision, dental, life, and disability insurance benefit plans.
18. Direct the employee background and fingerprint process and ensure that the District is in compliance withapplicable state regulations.
19. Maintain and update staff handbook and substitute handbook.
20. Attend School Board meetings as needed and serve to actively improve communication, cooperation, and planning
between the District and the School Board.
21. Direct the Workers' Compensation Program to ensure all work-related injuries are properly reported, employees receive necessary safety information, medical treatment, and are returned to full work duties as quickly as possible.
22. Supervise all work of and evaluate all members of the Department of Human Resources (e.g. Human Resources Manager, Payroll Manager, Substitute Coordinator).
School Facility Planning and Construction
23. Assist in the planning for facilities-related needs: prepare student population projections; project staffing and space
needs based on student population and programs; develop educational specifications; evaluate buildings, etc.
24. In collaboration with the Facilities Director, develop appropriate procedures for selecting and using the professional services of architects, engineers, risk managers, construction managers, general contractors and other professionals
and understand their roles and responsibilities.
25. Assist with the legal and administrative responsibilities of advertising, awarding, and managing construction contracts and knows how to respond to contractor bankruptcy, product failure, and poor workmanship.
26. Assist with state and federal grant applications, reporting, and implementation.
27. Prepare the Human Resources departmental budget and oversee all department financial activity to ensure
allocations are accurate, expenses are within budget, and appropriate fiscal practices are followed.
28. Collaborate with Business Office for budgeting and monitoring of salary and benefits expenditures.
29. Support building administration as needed, including providing guidance on employee management, parent/family
communications, curriculum development and implementation, and overall school improvement.
30. Research a wide variety of information (e.g. current personnel practices, policies, codes, laws, etc.) to provide
information, recommendations and/or address a variety of administrative requirements.
31. Seek and attend professional growth to maintain current knowledge of human resources and to maintain remain up
to date on changing laws and regulations.
32. Evaluate and supervise employees as assigned.
33. Additional duties as assigned by the Superintendent.
• Minimum Master's Degree from an accredited college or university, with training in administration, supervision, and human resources.
• Holds type 75 General Administrative endorsement and licensures, or equivalent.
• Minimum of 4 years of successful experience in educational and/or human resources leadership.
• Proven experience as a collaborative leader and motivator who possesses excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
• Ability to communicate (verbal and written); ability to direct students, and effectively
communicate with co-workers, students, and parents/community members.
• Ability to maintain emotional control under stress.
• Positions are subject to constant interruption and severe time constraints and are in direct contact with students, parents and employees. Negative interactions resulting from these contacts can result in stressful situations.
Budget (hourly or project based)
USD 40.86 - 50.48 per hour
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