Come join the international leader of resources on cardiac rhythm disorders, whose mission is to improve patient care by promoting research, education and optimal health care policies and standards! The Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) is seeking a diplomatic Director of Human Resources to lead and direct the Human Resource function of the association. This leadership opportunity is located in Washington, DC and is a sole contributor role supporting over 40 staff (with some vendor support).
The Director develops and implements human resource strategy, manages the HR budget, develops and researches policies and programs, and provides strategic and critical thinking and direction to the leadership of the organization. This role manages all human resource related activities including recruitment, retention, compensation, employee relations, labor law compliance, performance management, benefits administration, and employee training and development. The Director is an expert in mapping and aligning talent strategy to the business strategy of the organization.
HRS is seeking individuals with a bachelor’s degree in Human Resources (master’s preferred) plus ten years of progressive experience leading a human resources function. Qualified candidates will have experience using ADP and other HRIS, in-depth knowledge of federal and state employment and labor laws, and the ability to manage a budget. SHRM or HRCI certification is preferred.
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The Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) is committed to helping end heart rhythm disorders and saving lives. HRS is the international leader in science, education, and advocacy for cardiac arrhythmia professionals and patients, and the primary information resource on heart rhythm disorders. HRS’s mission is to improve patient care by promoting research, education and optimal health care policies and standards. HRS represents more than 6,800 cardiac pacing and electrophysiology professionals in over 70 countries.
HRS Statement of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
HRS stakeholders share a common passion for accomplishing our mission to end death and suffering from heart rhythm disorders.
We believe our diverse backgrounds, experiences and interests are assets in reaching that goal, and we are committed to providing an inclusive environment in all our activities, where everyone feels valued, respected, and welcome.
We strive to have organizational leaders who represent all aspects of our