Human Resources Manager
Iowa City, IA
HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER
Division of Student Life/University Housing & Dining
The Division of Student Life is seeking a Human Resources Manager to fulfill a key leadership role in all areas of human resources including, but not limited to, talent management, employee and labor relations, organizational development, leave management, and payroll.
The Division of Student Life and University Housing and Dining contribute to student success at The University of Iowa. UH&D consists of student residence halls housing 6000 residents and 160 University apartments; two dining Market Places, 11 dining retail stores, and a campus catering operation. The department employs over 300 full time staff and over 1400 student employees.
The position is part of the Division of Student Life HR team and serves as a strategic partner for University Housing and Dining as a consultant, resource, and departmental authority on human resources policies, processes, issues, programs, and transactions. Participates in the development and execution of strategic initiatives in an effort to positively influence performance and results. Serves as primary consultant for employee and labor relations issues for Division of Student Life and UH&D.
Salary and Benefits:
•$ 55,000 to commensurate
•Fringe benefit package include 24 days paid vacation; sick leave; health, dental, life and disability insurance options; and generous employer contributions into retirement plans.
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