Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of Human Resources

Antelope Valley College

Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of Human Resources

Salary: $163,044.51 – $203,611.73 Annually

First Review Deadline: 11/18/22 11:59 pm Pacific. The
position is open until filled.

Full job description and OFFICIAL application available ONLY at: http://50.73.55.13/counter.php?id=241039

DESCRIPTION

Under the direction of the Superintendent/President, the Assistant Superintendent/Vice President of
Human Resources is responsible for planning, organizing, directing and supervising an equitable comprehensive human resources and employee
relations program, including: employee-employer relations; negotiations with various collective bargaining units; broad recruitment and
selection; classification and pay; benefit administration; unemployment; equal employment opportunity; risk management; payroll; staff
development; maintenance and security of personnel data; assuring compliance with applicable District policies and procedures, state and
federal laws, codes and regulations; and supervising and evaluating the performance of assigned staff.

REPRESENTATIVE
DUTIES

(E) = denotes essential duties of the position

  • Plan, organize and administer the District’s Human
    Resources functions. (E)
  • Ensure the District’s compliance with applicable laws, district policies and procedures, collective
    bargaining agreements, and established goals and objectives of the District. (E)
  • Direct and supervise the Director of Payroll,
    Director of Human Resources, and Director of Risk Management. (E)
  • Develop, implement and document policies and procedures to
    effectively manage academic, classified and management personnel.
  • Develop and interpret equitable and inclusive policies and
    procedures for recruitment, testing, screening, interviewing, evaluation, compensation, training and termination of employees. (E)
  • Provide professional advice and counseling to employees regarding rights, classification, benefits, privileges and responsibilities.
    (E)
  • Serve as Chief negotiator and/or assist in negotiations with the classified and faculty bargaining units and administer labor
    contracts between the District and designated bargaining units in accordance with policy and with direction from the
    Superintendent/President. (E)
  • Monitor adherence to collective bargaining agreements by providing training and direction to
    administrators, managers and supervisors in interpreting negotiated employer/employee relations agreements. (E)
  • Train
    administrators, managers and supervisors in District policies and procedures, and changes to employee/employer related statues (E)
  • Monitor, advise, and assist management personnel with the grievance/complaint processes. (E)
  • Serve as the Title IX Coordinator.
    (E)
  • Respond to allegations of discrimination and harassment with appropriate investigations, interventions, mediations and/or
    remedies. (E)
  • Coordinate and maintain liaison with the District’s legal counsel regarding employment issues and collective
    bargaining process to include timely responses and hearing procedures. (E)
  • Coordinate all aspects of the District’s Equal
    Employment Opportunity plan, and provide and maintain effective, inclusive, equitable and fair employment practices and programs. (E)
  • Provide an effective reasonable accommodation, interactive process for employees with disabilities. (E)
  • Administer the
    classification and salary programs including development and maintenance of job descriptions. (E)
  • Oversee the personnel management
    information systems and assure security and privacy of personnel data. (E)
  • Oversee the administration of programs and services such
    as leaves, unemployment insurance, benefit administration, workers’ compensation, and retirement. (E)
  • Oversee the
    administration of safety programs including, but not limited to, general safety training, and the injury, illness, and prevention programs.
    (E)
  • Direct preparation of reports, correspondence, bulletins, handbooks, and manuals. (E)
  • Provide a general orientation
    for new employees, as well as training and ongoing professional development to District employees. (E)
  • Work with and assist the
    Superintendent/President in setting and achieving district goals and objectives, and developing and implementing plans and programs that
    assist the colleges in meeting the educational needs of the district. (E)
  • Direct the preparation of the annual budget for the Human
    Resources office and supervise its implementation and maintenance. (E)
  • Direct the preparation of reports, correspondence, and
    bulletins. (E) 
  • Ensure timely completion and submission of required state and federal reports related to Human Resources.
    (E) 
  • Serve on or chair a variety of internal and external committees, meeting and organizations.
  • Perform other
    related duties as assigned by the President.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

EDUCATION &
EXPERIENCE: 

  • Master’s degree in personnel/human resources management, business, public administration, or related
    field from an accredited higher education institution.
  • Five (5) years of increasingly responsible experience in personnel human
    resources management, with at least three (3) years at the vice president, dean, director, or equivalent supervisory level. 
  • Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual
    orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Three (3) years of successful personnel management experience working in an educational setting.
  • An earned doctorate in a
    related field from an accredited higher education institution.
  • Commitment to practicing the principles of diversity, equity,
    inclusion and accessibility (DEIA) and infusing these principles through the activities of Human Resources.
  • Proven and demonstrated
    success in employee development and conflict resolution. 

LICENSES, CERTIFICATES AND OTHER
REQUIREMENTS: 

  • A valid California driver’s license or ability to access and use alternative
    transportation. 

KNOWLEDGE OF: 

  • The California Community College mission, its
    educational and financial issues, the laws and regulations of California, and the changing role of Community Colleges. 
  • Principles and practices of strategic planning, and strong fiscal management linking resource allocations to planning and
    priorities.
  • Leadership methods for fulfilling the comprehensive community college mission and DEIA principles, especially as that
    mission relates to the role played by the Human Resources programs. 
  • Principles and practices of Human Resources management in
    public higher education, including employee-employer relations, and recruitment techniques and strategies.
  • Participatory governance
    philosophy and practices for California Community Colleges. 
  • Basic principles and practices of organizational improvement,
    equity and culture change.
  • Principles and practices of sound business communication, both oral and written.
  • Principles and
    practices of supervision and management that promote inclusivity, equity, and teamwork, including the ability to train, motivate, and
    evaluate staff. 
  • Accreditation standards of the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges and Western
    Association of Schools and Colleges.
  • Principles, practices, methods and concepts used in public agency contract negotiations,
    adminis­tration and labor relations.
  • Trends, developments and application of human resources technologies including employee
    records, human management information systems and payroll technologies. 
  • Organizational planning and budgeting methods and
    practices.
  • Research methods and analysis techniques.
  • Supervisory principles and practices, including conflict resolution
    skills.
  • Applicable state and federal employment related laws, codes, rules and regulations.
  • Equal Employment Opportunity
    (EEO) regulations.
  • Human Resources data analysis.
  • Job evaluation, compensation and classification practices, methods and
    techniques.
  • Oral and written communication skills.
  • Board Policies, Administrative Procedures, and collective bargaining
    agreements application.
  • California Education Code, Government Code, and California Code of Regulations.
  • A commitment to
    participatory governance, consensus building, and a team approach to supervision.
  • Building community leadership and service.
  • Effective supervision, management, and evaluation of the work of others.

ABILITY TO: 

  • Provide expert professional assist­ance to the President and other District executives and managers in areas of assigned
    responsibility.
  • Plan and direct activities of the Office of Human Resources and Employee Relations.
  • Direct the effective
    and consistent implementation of regulations, guidelines, policies and procedures applicable to areas of responsibility and to ensure
    compliance requirements are met. 
  • Read, interpret, explain and apply pertinent laws, codes, rules, regulations, policies and
    accounting principles, including District and Board of Trustees policies.
  • Define complex and strategic issues, analyze problems,
    evaluate alternatives and develop sound, independent conclusions and recommendations in accordance with laws, regulations, rules and
    policies.
  • Work collaboratively with District executives and managers and the community and provide expert advice and counsel to
    develop solutions to complex issues.
  • Analyze, negotiate and administer contracts.
  • Analyze and make sound recommendations
    on complex personnel issues and ensure the interests of the District and its stakeholders are protected.
  • Anticipate and respond to
    the needs of employees and the community, changing demographics and organizational needs. 
  • Organize, set priorities and
    exercise expert, independent judgment within areas of responsibility.
  • Develop and maintain an inclusive work environment that
    fosters diversity, respect and engagement.
  • Work collaboratively across campus constituent groups as well as community groups and
    organizations.
  • Develop and implement appropriate procedures and controls.
  • Define, review, evaluate and strategically
    target student success, access, and completion. 
  • Prepare clear, concise and comprehensive correspondence, reports, studies and
    other written materials.
  • Prepare, execute, and administer a comprehensive budget utilizing a computerized budget system. 
  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • Understand, interpret, explain and apply applicable laws, codes and
    ordinances.
  • Represent the District effectively in dealings with external stakeholders.
  • Make presentations and present
    proposals and recommendations clearly, logically and persuasively to diverse audiences.
  • Operate a computer and use standard
    business software.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships.
  • Ability to perform with tact, patience and
    sensitivity.
  • Understand and be sensitive to the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability and ethnic backgrounds of
    community college students.
  • Work independently with little direction.
  • OTHER INFORMATION

WORKING CONDITIONS

WORK DIRECTION, LEAD AND SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: 

Supervises the Office of Human Resources and Employee Relations and the department directors.

Oversees the following service
areas: Human Resources and Employee Relations, Risk Management and Payroll.

CONTACTS:

Administrators, staff,
students, vendors, government agencies, public and community members and co-workers.

PHYSICAL EFFORT: (The physical
and mental demands described here are representative of those employees may need to successfully perform the essential functions of this
class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)

  • Requires the ability to exert physical effort, such as walking, standing and light lifting.
  • Ability to operate office
    equipment. 
  • Tasks require extended periods sitting and at a keyboard.
  • Employees are frequently required to walk and
    stand.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT:

  • Normal office environment.
  • Frequent interruptions.
  • The employee is required to travel to locations other than assigned work site and may be required to work evenings and weekends.

For a complete listing and details of all open positions and how to apply, select the HR & Employment link on the AVC
Web site at https://www.avc.edu/administration/hr/employment or contact the Human Resources Office at (661) 722-6311; Voice/Relay,
(661) 722-6300 x. 6360, 3041 West Avenue K, Lancaster, CA 93536.

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