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Vice President of Human Resources

Marquette University

Marquette University seeks an experienced and collaborative leader to be its Vice President for Human Resources (VPHR). The VPHR will work in close partnership with the Executive Vice President for Operations (EVPO) to provide a strategic human capital vision that complements the financial and operational plans for the campus, while ensuring a high level of innovation, transparency, collaboration, and accountability. The VPHR will ensure that human resource goals and processes are clearly established and communicated to the University community and are in support of the University’s Catholic and Jesuit mission.

The Department of Human Resources creates, encourages, and maintains an environment that supports, develops and sustains the well-being of Marquette University’s employees, students, and broader community. In addition to the VPHR, the department has a staff of twelve knowledgeable and approachable professionals that have responsibility for employee benefits, compensation, employee relations, human resource information system management, training and organizational development, and recruitment and retention. The department provides strategic leadership, modeling excellence, honesty, integrity, and teamwork while delivering high quality services in support of the university’s mission.

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Reporting to the EVPO, the VPHR serves as the University’s chief human resources officer. The VPHR will oversee and strengthen the University’s Department of Human Resources in order to execute the strategic and master plans, to support innovation, and to fulfill the Catholic and Jesuit mission of the University. The VPHR will also clearly communicate human resource goals and challenges to the University community. Reporting to the VPHR are the Assistant Vice President for Human Resources, Director of Employee Benefits and the Director of the Child Care Center. The VPHR oversees the Marquette University Child Care Center, which is an on-site, employer sponsored center dedicated to quality care for children of all of those who make up the Marquette University community.

The VPHR will work closely with the EVPO, the President’s Advisory Team, Deans, Vice Presidents, and the CIO, as well as other campus leaders, on the development and support of integrated long-range human resource planning and on integrating these plans into academic, financial, operational, and capital plans.

VPHR will face a set of opportunities and challenges that include:

  • Leading efforts to continue to make Marquette a best place to work, and to have those efforts recognized by external audiences.
  • Creating human resource strategies that enhance the ability to develop and retain a highly-motivated, diverse, and effective workforce that supports the University’s Catholic and Jesuit mission, especially in the implementation of the Beyond Boundaries strategic plan.
  • Offering wise counsel to university leadership in a variety of venues to represent the best interests of all of Marquette’s faculty and staff, being mindful of campus morale and serving as an agent of positive change.
  • Providing industry-leading leadership to ensure that Marquette’s employees have access to the best possible and most cost-effective benefits.

Bachelor’s degree in a related field and a minimum of seven years of relevant senior-level human resource experience in a complex environment required.  The successful candidate will also bring most, if not all, of the following professional qualifications, skills, experiences, and personal qualities:

  • Proven track record of providing strategic human resources leadership in complex organizations;
  • Demonstrated ability to integrate vision, strategy, tactics, and activities to move initiatives forward;
  • An entrepreneurial orientation and a willingness to seize organizational development opportunities;
  • The ability to be nimble and flexible and to handle ambiguity well;
  • Experience leading and inspiring change and innovation, with a strong orientation toward collaboration, teamwork, transparency, accessibility, accountability, and delegation;
  • Demonstrated ability to manage and implement industry-leading employee benefits programs;
  • Knowledge of human resource trends in higher education;
  • Experience with developing and retaining a highly motivated, diverse and effective workforce that supports the strategic requirements of the university with prior experience implementing a performance management system;
  • Evidence of fostering workplace conditions and quality management that supports employee satisfaction, enhanced work-life balance and optimum productivity;
  • Adaptability, desire to learn, composure, tact, diplomacy, and a sense of humor;
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain productive, collaborative relationships with a full range of internal and external colleagues and constituencies, including faculty, staff, students, and board members;
  • Excellent listening and communication skills, and the willingness to convey complex information and concepts in accessible terms, both orally and in writing;
  • Proven track record for inspiring colleagues, as well as the ability to cultivate and to sustain trust and credibility;
  • Experience with labor relations, labor contract negotiations and fostering positive working relationships with employee unions;
  • Evidence of a commitment to, and appreciation for, the benefits of a diverse workplace, along with the ability to create an inclusive and welcoming culture;
  • Strong leadership skills demonstrated by the ability to influence, persuade, and inspire individuals and organizations to take action based on an ambitious vision and strategic objectives and to adapt to the resultant changes;
  • The humility and emotional intelligence necessary to build collaborative relationships and an inherent drive to succeed in fulfilling the mission, goals and objectives of the University without the need for individual promotion;
  • Measures the success of his/her efforts through the success of the entire team and the University as a whole; and,
  • Commitment to the highest ethical and professional standards of conduct.

Master’s Degree from a regionally or nationally accredited institution in an area appropriate to the responsibilities of the position and SPHR preferred. Executive level experience in higher education preferred.

Educators Credit Union Job:       Organizational Development Specialist

 Welcome to Educators Credit Union! We are a closed charter credit union, serving the financial needs of anyone who has attended school in Southeastern Wisconsin in addition to education, healthcare and government related employees and their families.

We service Kenosha, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Rock, Walworth, Washington, and Waukesha counties with 22 convenient locations!

Educators Mission Statement

Our mission is to passionately help people by educating and advising and earning loyalty. Educators Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative owned by its members.

Educators History

Educators Credit Union originated in Racine, Wisconsin in 1937 as the Racine Teachers’ Credit Union.

Although growth was slow in the early years, it was steady. In the 1970’s Educators had a major growth spurt with the opening of the Kenosha and Burlington branch offices. It was then that the Racine Teachers Credit Union emerged as “Educators Credit Union”. Educators now has 17 full-service offices and has expanded its charter to include the groups listed above.

The credit union has undergone many changes in the last 75 years, Educators’ mission statement remains constant. Today, with assets exceeding $1.3 billion, Educators is one of the largest and most successful credit unions in Southeastern Wisconsin.

All Educators deposits are insured by the NCUA for at least $250,000.

Job Title: Organizational Development Specialist

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Job Description

Role: This position will be responsible for the training of new employees into the Teller Role at Educators Credit Union.  To improve overall employee effectiveness/performance through the application of individual and group training techniques and programs, consistent with the Credit Union's organizational priorities.

Job Description:

  • Facilitates learning and development activities in areas related to company values, leadership competencies, compliance policies, systems and orientation.  Such areas include: Employee training sessions and on-the-job training, computers and software, marketing techniques, health and safety practices, and refresher training; as well as the development of processes, policies and procedures relevant to training and compliance.  Facilitates employee learning and development.
  • Displays knowledge of principles and methods for training and curriculum design, teaching and facilitation for individuals and groups.  Researches new training techniques and recommends enhancements to existing training programs.
  • Collaborate with others in the analysis design, development, delivery, evaluation and coordination of training programs.  Formulates training outlines and determines instructional methods, utilizing classroom training, group instruction, demonstrations, workshops, media and other tools.  Evaluates and assists in the designing of training manuals and related collateral essential to the development of employees.
  • Evaluates effectiveness of training programs, utilizing best practice methods to identify, recommend and implement improvements.
  • Creates and implement programs at work that connect employees with organizational goals.
  • Tracks the progress of trainees through routine assessments, feedback, surveys observation, supervisor feedback.
  • Completes reports, research and documentation as required.  Attends meetings as required.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Required Skills

  • Requires the ability to adhere to and maintain a high level of confidentiality, professionalism and respect
  • Ability to work with all levels of an organization and foster relationships with other entities (internally and externally).
  • Knowledge of principles and processes for providing member service and personal service.
  • Excellent oral, written communication and presentation skills
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks, processes and projects.
  • Ability to collaborate and/or work individually to meet targeted timeframes.
  • Requires problem solving ability skills
  • Ability to adapt to shifting priorities and align activities and priorities to meet organizational goals.
  • Requires ability to process complex time sensitive data and information from multiple sources, make sound decisions based on this data, and to effectively communicate the related required actions to a broad audience.
  • Requires the ability to be detailed-oriented.
  • Requires the ability to adopt a broad spectrum of technology, including current software and business equipment.

Required Experience

  • High School Diploma or GED is required
  • More than one year of similar or related experience with a teller and lending background

Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities, Women, Veterans, Disabilities

Job Location

Mt Pleasant, Wisconsin, United States

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