Headquartered in the Treasure Valley of Idaho, we offer extensive outpatient youth and family counseling in multiple parts of the state, equine therapy operations at two stables, adoption services, short-term crisis shelter care for youth, workforce development, and other programs. The organization has completed a significant turnaround in the last three years by expanding programs and services, making drastic financial improvements, and launching the campaign to build and operate its boldest project yet: the Residential Center for Healing and Resilience. We are rapidly approaching groundbreaking for the new ranch on our 258-acre Hands of Promise Campus in the Treasure Valley, where we will open a Best in Class residential treatment facility in the fall of 2022. This new residential facility will provide state-of-the-art service to Idaho's youth and families, expand IYR's employee base and garner statewide and national acclaim for its innovation and impact on behavioral health in Idaho.
Responsibilities of the CPO
• Serve as a leader in culture development for the organization, personally represent passion for the mission and the application of IYR values and ensure the department culture is consistent with the mission and values.
• Provide overall leadership and guidance to the HR function by overseeing talent acquisition, career development, succession planning, retention, training, leadership development, compensation, and benefits across the enterprise.
• Develop and implement HR plans and strategies that support the organization's mission, strategic vision, and achievement of the overall business operations objectives.
• Lead the development and execution of succession planning processes across the organization.
• Develop comprehensive strategic recruiting and retention plans to meet the human capital needs, including the staffing of a new residential treatment facility with 100+ staff.
• Develop and implement comprehensive compensation and benefits plans consistent with the strategic plan.
• Recruit, onboard, develop, and utilize volunteers in an advisory committee that provides insight and support for the department and reports regularly to the Board of Directors.
• Maintain formal and informal channels of upward communications; encourage the expression of new ideas, suggestions, and complaints; review them for appropriateness and further action.
• Bachelor's degree in HR, Business or related field. Master's degree (or higher) in human resources or related field preferred.
• Experience in the development of long-term goals, structure, talent, and culture and adeptness at driving and leading the people strategy and initiatives across the organization.
• Seasoned HR leader with experience successfully leading HR transformation(s) to modernize HR processes, practices, and policies, leverage technology and adopt proven best practices. Experience leading the implementation of HRIS systems a plus.
• Significant expertise in staff development, leadership development, recruiting, performance management, succession planning, training, safety, onboarding, and compensation and benefits.
• A deep personal commitment to Company's mission and values.
OUR MISSION: We unite for Idaho's youth by providing accessible programs and services that nurture hope, healing, and resilience.
OUR VALUES: relationships, commitment, growth, compassion, transparency, and joy.
• Hold a strong belief in the value of diversity and inclusion for team members, clients, donors, and volunteers
Nice to Have
• Experience working with passionate volunteers involved at every level (from front line to the Board of Directors).
• SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) or SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP).
• Supported significant organizational growth and expansion.
• Experience working in a non-profit.
• 15 years of HR experience with management progression.
• Experience working with youth and families, refugee populations.
• Bilingual English/Spanish or other (Swahili, French) language skills.