VP Human Resources to 200K+

On any given day, The Preston Group represents opportunities with organizations ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 conglomerates. Our clients cover almost every industry imaginable: Manufacturing, Service, Investment, Distribution, Healthcare, High Tech and so on. You name it, we’ve got it covered. With the marketplace changing as fast as a keystroke, we now update our job posting board on a daily basis.

Browse our listings — sort by title, location, category or status — then click on the opportunity that fits you best for more details and contact information.

So take the first step to your next career move with us. Then Contact Us to discuss your next move.

Attention! This job posting is 7 days old and might be already filled.
Company Name 516
Location Montgomery County, PA
Date Posted February 27, 2018
Job Type Direct Hire


Vice President, Human Resources to lead its growing Human Resources team. Reporting to the President, CEO, the Vice President, Human Resources will possess broad human resources knowledge; expertise in strategic, collaborative, and consultative services; a sophisticated approach to organizational leadership; and technical expertise in key areas of human resources.
Manage and develop the Human Resources team to expand skills and abilities and drive best practice HR functions to support a dynamic, growing company
Foster a collaborative, creative and productive company-wide culture. Create company supported events, and company or team groups that foster employee engagement.
In conjunction with business leaders, institute a talent planning and acquisition strategy that attracts top performers and maintains position as a choice employer in the region
Prepare, analyze, and report key metrics to senior leadership team including those related to employee turnover, performance management, professional development, and organizational culture
Research and prepare progressive and proactive compensation and benefits programs to provide motivation, incentives, and rewards for effective performance and retention.
Manage the budget and other financial measures assigned to HR function.
Serve as a key leader in promoting, reinforcing, and maintaining company culture and core values
Provide strategic counsel regarding people matters for our executive team
Develop a human resource planning system to identify competency, knowledge, career path opportunities as well as develop training, gap assessments and talent planning to drive organizational and employee development
Establish and conduct the full performance review process in partnership with department heads including planning, system implementation, establishing KPI and measurement criteria, conducting reviews, monitoring of employee performance and development initiatives.
Maximize the positive reputation of company in employment related media.

Key Role Requirements
Education: Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree in HR discipline or MBA preferred
Experience: 10-15 years of experience in progressive Human Resources leadership roles with demonstrated expertise in talent acquisition and employee development
Successful history as an HR leader and advisor to executive teams
Creative thinker especially with progressive HR and organizational practices
Prior responsibility for human resources management in multi-state companies r
Ability to deliver results with minimal supervision in a dynamic environment
Great strategic thinker, superior communicator, and confident decision-maker
Must possess and demonstrate innovation and use it strategically to serve the business’s strategy
Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and juggle multiple projects at once
Must have diverse experience with production, creative and technology staff
Working knowledge of personal computers and facility with common business applications, including both spreadsheet and word processing software (i.e. Microsoft Excel, Word, etc.)
Sound business judgment, grounded in quantitative, analytical, and problem solving skills
Strong work ethic, characterized by initiative, drive, and goal orientation