Troup County Schools
Position : Chief Human Resources Officer
Location: Troup County Schools Administrative Services Center
Date Posted: 05/14/2018
Date Closing: 06/04/2018
Salary: Based on certification level and experience; 240 days; 8 hours a days; plus Administrative Supplement
Troup County Schools Job Description
Descriptor Code: 114
_ Descriptor Term:
CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER
_ Effective Date: May 2018
Holds a Master’s degree or higher in Educational Leadership or related field of Human Resources
Valid Georgia Certificate, L-5, L-6 or higher; or be eligible for proper leadership certification as set forth by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC).
Five years or more of successful administrative/leadership experiences preferably in education, to include but not limited to overseeing a school or department, supervising personnel, project leadership, resources development and management, and making challenging decision.
Proficient use and application of computer software skills including but not limited to Microsoft Office, Applicant Tracking System, and other software for processing human resources information.
Excellent interpersonal skills, energy, and ability to work with and lead all levels of employees.
Knowledge of educator certification requirements and Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) rules.
Knowledge of various aspects of Human Resources Management to including but not limited to recruiting, selection, induction, supporting, evaluating, and assisting with areas of certification and professional qualification for personnel.
Ability to understand legal documents including Memorandum of Agreements/Understanding (MOA/MOU), contracts, and other federal, state, and local policies and procedures; ability to interpret, apply, and explain various rules, policies, and procedures.
Maintain highly confidential information.
Human Resources Department Staff
Terms of Employment:
TBD by the TCBOE (240 days)
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To provide system-wide leadership Human Resources Management to include planning, data analysis, supervision, management, and evaluation of personnel in order to secure and retain a staff that is highly competent and effective in pursuit of district mission, goals, and priorities to educate all students in a challenging and safe learning environment.
Performance Responsibilities & Duties:
Work collaboratively with school and district administrators to assess personnel needs, plan, and implement procedures for recruiting and selecting qualified applicants to fill employee vacancies.
Develop and oversee an effective recruiting plan, coordinate and supervise recruiting teams, and plan and implement strategies for hosting career fairs to create a vibrant pool of applicants for administrators to select and recommend for employment. This includes position control, general staffing, attrition, and succession planning.
Oversee procedures for hiring, onboarding, and separating all employees to include but not limited to obtaining accurate background information and completing reports and other procedures.
Act as company expert and consultant for talent recruiting, selection, and acquisition of candidates for administrative positions throughout the district for key assignments; identify and develop for future leaders for district growth and requirements.
Oversee issuance of employment contracts and work agreements with certified personnel to ensure they comply with federal, state, and local laws and policies. Facilitate the contract renewal and non-renewal process.
Maintain a system of personnel records as appropriate for all levels of employees and all personnel transactions. Keep personnel and other records of hired employees according to federal records retention guide for governmental reporting purposes.
Keep abreast of Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC) rule updates and ensure that certification requirements for employees are properly executed including but not limited to application or rules according to Strategic Waiver Requirements.
Keep abreast of federal and state laws and policies related to personnel, employment, compensation, benefits, and establish procedures to ensure required compliance of these laws and policies.
Oversee the procedures for managing employee leave and the application of Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and supervise the Substitute Teacher program; maintaining accurate records.
Coordinate evaluations for all certified and non-certified employees to include training of evaluators and employees, job embedded professional learning goals, management of job descriptions, and support strategies for employees needing additional training and professional development. Knowledge of Teacher Keys Effectiveness System (TKES), Leader Keys Effectiveness System (LKES), and other GaDOE approved evaluation instruments are preferred.
Coordinate plans for compensating employees to include but not limited to calculating staff earnings, conducting annual compensation review and needs assessment, and recommending adjustments according to federal, state, and local funding allocations.
Analyze employee compensation packages and salary schedules; collaborate with the Superintendent and district administrators to recommend and manage salary adjustments and compensation packages to ensure competitiveness; and oversee supplement salary schedule to include but not limited to supplemental salary contracts. Ensure employee contracts and work agreements comply with state law and local policies.
Employ best professional practices to work collaboratively with school and district administrators to investigate employee misconduct and violations of federal and state law, GaPSC standards, and district policies. Report various employee infractions to GaPSC and local authorities.
Consult with Troup County Board of Education attorney on various personnel and legal matters as needed to ensure the district complies with federal, state, and local laws, statutes, policies, and procedures.
Work collaboratively with and supervise Human Resources staff to ensure the achievement of goals identified in the department strategic plan are in support of the district’s strategic plan and to ensure the effective and efficient completion of all Human Resources tasks and responsibilities. Coordinate the annual evaluations of all staff members.
Develop and implement strategies for employee engagement to retain highly effective and professional certified and non-certified employees.
Plan and oversee the management of the Human Resources budget.
Serve as the district level athletic director and manager of Extra-Curricular Supplements budget for Elementary, Middle, and High School divisions.
Read, revise, and ensure implementation of Troup County Board of Education Personnel Policies to include but not limited to Employee Complaints and Grievances.
Establish effective working relationships with current and potential employees throughout the district, counsel, and provide advice regarding personnel practices, policies, and employment laws.
Maintain knowledge of industry and educational trends as well as employment legislation; join professional organizations, attend appropriate conferences and workshops, and research best professional practices to improve job performance and advance the department and district.
Develop and present various Human Resources reports and recommendations to the Troup County Board of Education during regular Board meetings.
Work collaboratively with state, regional, and local institutions of higher educational to recruit, induct, educate, and retain employees with high professional qualifications.
Assist the Superintendent in all areas necessary to advance the district’s vision, mission, and strategic goals including but not limited staffing and budgetary processes.
Oversee athletics for middle and high school including but not limited managing extracurricular supplements for all schools and programs.
Perform special assignments as assigned by the Superintendent.
Evaluation: The Georgia Leadership Evaluation Instrument and Professional Learning Goals/Plans
**Troup County School System is an Equal Opportunity Employer.**
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $120,000.00 to $150,000.00 /year
Human Resources: 5 years
Required work authorization:
Troup County Schools