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Director, Talent Acquisition

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

This is a Full-time position in San Antonio, TX posted August 16, 2021.

Job Description The Director, Talent Acquisition oversees and leads a diverse body of work including diversity & inclusion, talent acquisition and selection, orientation and onboarding, the Kennedy Center Internship Program and the Fellowship in Arts Management program, as well as employee coaching and counseling at the Kennedy Center.

The Director plays a key management role on an HR team that delivers a range of consulting services that help ensure a superior workforce and environment.

The Director exhibits excellent project and team management skills, driving a variety of projects and resourcing of various assignments, as well as collaboration with a team of HR professionals.

The Director enhances and develops new consulting services, and collaborates with other departments within the organization in order to provide cross-functional support to internal customers.

The position involves managing internal customer relationships and ensuring employee satisfaction.

The Director provides quarterly updates to the HR Committee of the Board and the senior leadership team on the progress of diversity & inclusion efforts and supporting data.

The Director directly supervises a Talent Acquisition Manager and an Internship & Fellowship Coordinator.

Duties and Responsibilities 30% Employment Equity: Lead recruitment strategies for the organization.

Manage, plan, organize, and assess all facets of the sourcing and recruitment process to include: policies, strategies, assessments and pre-admission activities.

Drive the activation of successful recruitment strategies, determining sourcing and advertising strategies for the organization and departments, as well as key programs such as campus and intern recruiting.

Ensure equity in employment practices by developing, implementing and monitoring efforts that promote diversity within the organization.

Manage initiatives to create and foster an open and inclusive environment to include: development of policies & practices to attract, retain and promote a diverse work force, determine appropriateness of diversity initiatives and consider the unique needs of the organization, and develop metrics for measuring the effectiveness of diversity initiatives.

Work with Chief Administrative Officer to analyze and determine position leveling of recruited positions, in accordance with institutional comp structure.

30% Recruitment: Review applications, interview applicants, and liaison with executive search firms, specifically for managerial and executive roles 10% Consulting: Deliver and support key HR services that support employees.

Services include: orientation, consulting, coaching & mentoring for employees at all levels of the institution, assisting with career and job transitions and discussions including but not limited to, performance, policy, benefits, compensation, “difficult conversations,” and other related employee inquiries.

Work with Chief Administrative Officer to manage department restructure requests, working with department leaders to facilitate each phase of the restructuring process before final review by the President.

10% Diversity & Inclusion (D&I): Act as leader of D&I initiatives for the institution, implementing D&I actions in accordance with the established action plan; additionally building on the action plan for sustained progress in the near term and for the future of D&I initiatives at the Kennedy Center.

Provide regular staff wide training tailored to D&I philosophy and practices.

Build D&I network of partners and individuals to aide in institution wide-efforts.

10% Internships and Fellowships: Oversee Kennedy Center Internships (KCI), including revamp of existing collegiate program to a rigorous educational program.

Oversee Arts Management Fellowship Program (KC FAM), in partnership with American University.

Build institutional career advancement strategy for continually expanded partnerships to impact a stronger and more diverse workforce pipeline and the arts field at large.

10% HR Strategic Planning and Project Work: As a member of the HR team, work with the Chief Administrative Officer in developing and executing strategic vision using a multi-year planning process.

Advance critical project work as required including, but not limited to, department budget forecasting and allocation, focus and evaluation of employee onboarding & orientation, strategizing and delivering opportunities to promote the Kennedy Center as a premier employer both externally and internally, and ongoing evaluation and improvement of HR processes and policies.

N/A Responds to the needs and requests of Kennedy Center management and staff in a professional and expedient manner; Adheres to all employer policies and procedures.

N/A Other duties as assigned.

Key Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree required.

7 years of related experience is required.

PHR or SPHR strongly preferred.

Skills & Knowledge Qualifications Behavioral based interview experience (both high volume and corporate) Employment Law experience Excellent written and oral communications skills Self-starter, self-directed, team player Ability to delegate and multitask Excellent leadership abilities Proven organization and prioritization skills Project management experience Develop professionals

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