Vice President for Culture and Performance (Human Resources)DePaul Community Services
Vice President for Culture and Performance (Human Resources)
DePaul Community Resources seeks a senior-level human resources professional to fill the role of Vice President for Culture and Performance. He/she will lead all aspects of the organization's internal human resource operations and work collaboratively as a member of the executive leadership team. The VP must be a mission-focused, innovative, and collaborative leader with experience implementing effective approaches to ensuring the high-performing culture in multi-site organizations. Reporting to the President/CEO, the VP will ensure a human-centered approach to problem-solving to implement programs that are aligned with the organization's core values and strategies. The VP must have demonstrated the ability to effectively lead and manage change in a complex and growing organization. DePaul believes that when our culture is strong and our employees are supported, there are no limits to the good we can do in the world.
We are looking for an individual with a track record of success facilitating organizational change – designing and leading programs that staff and managers can confidently and independently implement. In addition to an expert-level understanding of HR laws, policies, and practices, the role requires superior leadership skills including the ability to build effective teams, communicate clearly, adapt quickly, delegate readily, and think and plan strategically. All candidates who apply must have a track record of living out the values of DePaul: Fairness, Integrity, Respect, Safety, and Trust (FIRST).
DePaul Community Resources is a nonprofit social impact organization founded in 1977. Headquartered in Roanoke, VA, DePaul serves communicates across Virginia through 16 service locations in two service divisions, Child and Family Services, and Developmental Disabilities Services. Our vision to open doors to hope and belonging means that we believe everyone deserves permanent families and the opportunity to thrive in their communities. To achieve that, we recruit, train, support and develop families and professionals to care for people locally without reliance on institutional care. In addition to our core programs, we provide a pathway to innovating the next practices in human services through our newly-launched DePaul Garage. Our organization values people above all else and we believe that how we do our work is as important as the work we do. We embody the values of Fairness, Integrity, Respect, Safety, and Trust (FIRST).