Are you looking to surround yourself by 175+ fun, energetic, and hard-working people who are dedicated to helping 34,000 neurologist members worldwide provide the best possible care for their patients with brain diseases like multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, Parkinson's, migraine, Alzheimer's, and others? Do you relish the idea of working in a beautiful new office building in downtown Minneapolis's exciting and vibrant Mill District, just steps from the light rail, major bus lines, walking/biking paths, and countless dining and entertainment options? Your search just ended.
The Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) is responsible for partnering with the Executive Staff to develop and execute human resource strategy in support of the strategic direction and business plan of the Academy. The functional responsibilities of the CHRO include talent management, organizational and performance management, training and development, employee relations, recruitment and retention, compensation and benefit management and organizational policy development. The CHRO provides strategic leadership by articulating human resources needs and plans to the executive staff, the CEO, and the board of directors. The CHRO demonstrates decisiveness and models the Academy’s cultural values and attributes.
Establish and implement human resources that effectively communicate and support the Academy’s mission, vision and core values.
Partner with executive staff to understand business strategy and define and align human resource priorities to ensure achievement of the Academy’s goals and operations objectives.
Function as a strategic business advisor to the executive staff regarding key organizational and management issues and to help improve the communication and identification of key issues and priorities.
Develop comprehensive strategic recruiting and retention plans to meet the human capital needs of strategic goals.
Work with the executive staff to establish a sound plan of management succession that corresponds to the strategy and objectives of the Academy.
Drive and influence talent assessment and performance management throughout the Academy with the goal of achieving a culture of high performance.
Develop and implement comprehensive compensation and benefits plans that are competitive and cost-effective for the Academy.
Assess organizational climate and recommend organizational changes as appropriate to drive employee engagement.
Supervisory responsibility for directly leading managers in the human resources division and indirectly responsible for all other human resources staff.
Perform other responsibilities as requested.
Bachelor's Degree in Business, Psychology, Communications or related field
Preferred MBA or MA/MS in human resources or a related field
Preferred SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) or SHRM Certified professional (SHRM-CP) certification
Minimum 10-15 years of experience in human resources
Supervisory Responsibilities: Two or more staff
Ability to sit for long periods of time
Occasionally using stairs
Travel Requirements: Sometravel required
Additional Salary Information: Great Benefits:
If our great people, great mission, and great location weren’t enough, we offer great benefits that work as hard for you as you do for us.
•Twenty-two days of paid personal time off (PTO) in the first year
•Twelve paid holidays per year in addition to PTO
•Company contribution of 10.5% to employee 401K retirement savings account
•Medical insurance (free employee coverage)
•Dental insurance (free employee coverage)
•Life and AD&D insurance
•Long-term disability insurance
•Short-term disability insurance
•Flexible spending plan
•On-site workout facility
American Academy of Neurology
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Minneapolis, MN 55415
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The American Academy of Neurology is an equal opportunity employer.
About American Academy of Neurology
The American Academy of Neurology (AAN) provides valuable resources for medical specialists worldwide who are committed to improving the care of patients with neurological diseases. The AAN’s over 22,000 members look to the AAN for the most comprehensive professional development, career enhancement, and practice improvement opportunities available.