Garfield County Public Library District (GCPLD) is seeking a Human Resources Manager to join the senior leadership team. This position plans, organizes, manages, and provides direction and oversight for all functions related to human resources, staff education and development, and volunteering at the District. The Human Resources Manager is responsible for the expenditure and management of a budget of approximately $4 million annually and directly supervises the Human Resources Assistant, Education and Development Coordinator, and Volunteer Coordinator. The Human Resources Manager is expected to set the tone and culture of the Human Resources Department. This position ensures all District staff are knowledgeable of and are compliant with all applicable Federal and State Laws; and ensures all District employment policies and procedures are compliant with all applicable Federal and State Laws.
The Human Resources Manager is available to all staff for advice and questions, and understands the importance of confidentiality and compassion, while maintaining a high degree of professionalism. The Human Resources Manager is able to objectively understand and balance the needs and interests of the District and its leadership team with those of the staff.
This position requires a four-year college or university degree with major coursework in human resources, business administration, organizational development, or another related field, and at least four years of progressively responsible human resources experience, of which two are supervisory. A certification in human resources (PHR or SHRM-CP) is preferred.
This is a full-time, exempt position. The pay range for this position is $43,680 - $52,000 annually. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, employer contribution to a retirement fund, paid vacation and sick days, and holidays.
About our location and lifestyle...
Garfield County is home to approximately 61,000 residents and is located approximately 180 miles west of Denver via Interstate 70. Garfield County encompasses a geographical area of almost 3,000 square miles, of which nearly 60% is federal public lands. The county enjoys moderate weather year-round with 300 days of sunshine annually!
Garfield County and the Rocky Mountains offer an incredible lifestyle. Residents and visitors experience a wide variety of outdoor activities including skiing, fishing, rafting, hiking, biking, camping, and more. The beautiful Colorado River stretches through the county along the I-70 corridor. Limitless activities are just minutes away. Take a leisurely float on the Colorado River, with amazing views of the majestic Roan Plateau. Spend a day skiing at our nearby resorts, including Sunlight, Aspen, Vail, Breckenridge, or Copper Mountain (to name just a few!). Then relax in the gorgeous Glenwood Hot Springs or Iron Mountain Hot Springs in Glenwood Springs on your way home. Enjoy fine dining in Glenwood Springs or take an art walk in Carbondale. Head west an hour toward Palisade and Grand Junction to experience Colorado's wine country, the Grand Mesa, and the Colorado National Monument. It's all right here waiting for you!
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The town of Carbondale is nestled in the heart of the Rocky Mountains at an altitude of 6,171 feet. World class ski resorts, including Aspen, Snowmass and Sunlight, are located within 45 miles of this charming community. Carbondale residents enjoy a lively arts and music community, great dining, community gatherings and a wide range of economic, social and philosophical viewpoints.
Denver, the Mile High City, is 170 miles to the east of Carbondale and offers a wide variety of entertainment & sporting events, restaurants, shopping and is home to Denver International Airport.
Garfield County encompasses a geographical area of almost 3,000 square miles of which approximately 60% is federal public lands, and the furthest towns are 60 miles apart from each other. The population density is 19 people per square mile.
Our communities are located in beautiful valleys surrounded by high mountain desert, snowy Rocky Mountains, and several amazing tributaries of the Colorado River. A big reason people choose to live in Garfield County is the abundance of outdoor activities, including biking, skiing, soaking in hot springs, fishing, camping, and more.
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