JVS is seeking a Director of Human Resources and Facilities. The Director of Human Resources and Facilities is responsible for providing strategic, proactive and hands-on Human Resources and Facilities leadership to help the agency meet and exceed our mission and vision. The Director will create a “best in class” Human Resources function that leads to the successful recruitment, training, retention and engagement of high-caliber and service-oriented staff at JVS.
The Director is responsible for the overall administration, coordination and on-going evaluation of the agency’s Human Resources and Facilities policies, programs, and practices including recruitment, retention, training, employee relations, compensation, benefits, procurement, compliance, and safety.
JVS currently has approximately 75 employees located in one office in the financial district of San Francisco. This position reports to the Director of Finance and Administration and also works closely with the Executive Director, the Executive Management Team, Finance Department, IT Department and Program managers. The HR Generalist and the Office Services Assistant report to the Director of Human Resources and Facilities.
This is an exciting opportunity for the person who wants to be associated with an organization that truly makes a difference in the lives of others. At least eight years of general human resources experience and at least two years of experience at the Director level is preferred. JVS offers a competitive salary, excellent benefits including up to 14 paid holidays per year, four weeks of vacation and fully paid medical insurance for employees.
Jewish Vocational Service (JVS) helps people, particularly those with barriers to employment, acquire the skills and resources to find and keep meaningful employment and progress toward the goal of self-sufficiency. In this time of economic crisis, JVS has developed a new strategic plan, designed to support 10,000 individuals over the next three years build new skills, attain their educational goals and find new jobs, through a comprehensive set of programs.
Sector based training and employment strategies, close employer engagement, collaborative partnerships and targeted programs for youth with disabilities, displaced workers, and the transgender community make JVS a nationally recognized innovator in workforce development. JVS is a non-sectarian, not-for-profit organization founded in 1973, with a current operating budget of $7 million. JVS plays a leadership role in collaborative employment and training efforts throughout San Francisco and in workforce policy development and advocacy at local, state and federal levels.
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