Director of Talent & Culture

Our client is a national non-profit  focused on driving economic prosperity in under-resourced areas. They are hiring a Director of Talent and Culture to oversee all aspects of Human Resources and Culture. The Director will help to advance the organization’s Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) focus, as well as build and execute initiatives aimed at supporting well-being, a sense of belonging, and job satisfaction for all employees. This role reports into the President and will manage a Sr. HR Associate.


Leadership and Talent Management:

  • Develop, execute, and evaluate a talent acquisition and retention strategy including organization-wide programs for recruitment, candidate identification/sourcing, and DEI strategies.
  • Implement best practices for a collaborative remote workforce.

DEI and Workplace Culture:

  • Develop and implement strategies to embed DEI best practices.
  • Create and manage programs that foster a healthy and psychologically safe workplace.
  • Develop programs related to employee communication, collaboration, engagement, and relations focused on a diverse, remote workforce.

Human Resources Management:

  • Work cooperatively with CEO and CFO to develop and foster human resources strategy, departmental goals and systems.
  • Manage training and development, implementation, and management of HR systems, manuals, handbooks.

Benefits & Payroll:

  • Oversee management of payroll processes, ensuring delivery of high-quality, reliable payroll solutions.
  • Select cost-effective employee benefits programs and providers while monitoring and employing best practices in the national benefits environment.
  • Lead employee benefits orientations, trainings, and open enrollment sessions.
  • Lead implementation of the documentation process for compliance procedures, benefits, and payroll management.

Knowledge and Experience 

  • 10 years experience managing human resources at a small to mid-sized non-profit organization.
  • Understanding of the complexities of having diverse departments and programs with varying skill needs, work products, and processes within a single organization.
  •  Strong knowledge of benefits, payroll, and employment law.
  •  Experience managing and mentoring a small human resources team with a focus on employee development and growth.
  •  Proven cultural competence in diverse organizations.