Director of Human Resources

County of Napa
Until Filled

ANNUAL SALARY: $180,398 - $219,294 DOE/DOQ

The County of Napa seeks a Human Resources (HR) Director. The County is looking for a Director with extensive organizational development, management, leadership, and human resources public sector experience.  The Director should have experience with labor and employee relations, policy and procedures, long-range strategic planning, employee development and training, workplace safety and risk, classification and compensation, benefits administration, wellness, recruitment and selection, and worker’s compensation. The ideal candidate will bring enthusiasm, an ability to lead and motivate others, and will think beyond bureaucracy and provide excellence in service and programs while balancing a culture of professionalism and fun.

The ideal candidate will bring enthusiasm, an ability to lead and motivate others, will think beyond bureaucracy, and provide excellence in service and programs, while balancing a culture of professionalism, support and dedication. The County is also looking for a candidate who demonstrates emotional intelligence, professional ethics and integrity. The incumbent will be a strong HR professional with strengths in either employee benefits or employee/employer relations and will be a relationship builder with exceptional communication skills, technological acumen, and experience serving in a public sector environment. The candidate is comfortable having frank and open discussions with others, and addresses personnel and organizational challenges with diplomacy.  

This is an open continuous recruitment, please apply by November 9th for first consideration.
Interviews will take place on December 10th and 11th; candidates will need to be available for both days.

Please contact your recruiter, Wendi Brown, with any questions:

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