Leads and develops strategic initiatives, provides policy direction, and manages HR functions and staff at the institutional level to best support organizational human resources to attract, hire, engage, and retain talent (complete employee life cycle). Acts on behalf of the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) leading and representing the organization in the CHRO's absence or as requested. Primary responsibilities include leading, providing policy direction, and managing the Talent Management unit. This unit includes Cultural Linguistic Services; Employee Equity, Inclusion, Well-being and Engagement; HR Communities of Practice; Learning and Talent Development; Talent Acquisition and Performance Management; and Employment/Workforce Relations.
UW−Madison has more than 22,000 faculty and staff located in 32 colleges, schools, and divisions. Employees work in a wide variety of occupations. This is a key leadership position that supports the human resource programs that allow the university to attract, hire, engage and retain talent.
The Director reports to the Chief Human Resources Officer.
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