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    Company: Northeast Delta Dental
    Job Title: Director, Human Resources
    Location: Concord, NH
    Contact: Ginny Champney | careers@hrcsvt.com

    Position Summary:

    Are you interested in a dynamic opportunity to work with a values-driven company that successfully balances profitability and community involvement, with colleagues working together to create a corporate environment built upon high trust and mutual respect? Northeast Delta Dental, a non-profit 501(c) 4 organization employing 220 employees and located in Concord NH, is looking for an experienced and passionate Human Resources Director who is a confident leader, trusted colleague, creative practitioner, eager to lead, inspire, and drive employee engagement through consistent delivery of an exceptional employee experience in every HR interaction, and promoting a positive work culture where employees know they are valued.

    Reporting to the President and CEO, the Director of Human Resources will be a key member of the Executive Team participating in organizational decision-making and developing HR strategies to support corporate objectives. You will expand our exceptional workplace culture by intensifying our diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.

    Our ideal candidate thrives in a fast-paced environment and has the confidence to engage coworkers to accomplish outstanding results. This individual will be an influential communicator at all organizational levels, willing to initiate tough conversations with a proven ability to break down barriers and solve problems.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Evaluate, plan, and direct the organization’s human resource function as a strategic business partner, and, in particular, from the perspective of the people we employ.
    • Transform strategic and tactical business plans into HR strategic and operational plans.
    • Partner with internal stakeholders to implement strategies for employee engagement and retention.
    • Ensure recruitment, hiring and employment practices support Northeast Delta Dental’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and our dedication to service excellence.
    • Manage effective performance management practices and process.
    • Craft progressive and proactive job evaluation, compensation and benefits policies and programs to provide motivation, incentives, and rewards for effective performance.
    • Build staffing and succession strategies and programs to identify talent within and outside the Company for positions of responsibility.
    • Manage the HRIS database and generate reports used in critical analyses of the HR function and people resources.
    • Evaluate and deploy training and development to provide individuals with professional and personal growth opportunities and career development.
    • Design appropriate policies and programs consistent with the Company’s values while promoting effective management, employee relations, and the resolution of employment related matters.
    • Create and manage the budget and other financial measures of the Human Resources group.

    Essential Qualifications:

    • BA/BS in Business, Management, Psychology, Liberal Arts or related field.
    • Minimum of 10 years in Human Resources with experience inclusive of progressive supervisory roles in core HR disciplines: recruitment, compensation, benefits, training and development, employee relations, and diversity, equity & inclusion.
    • Technical knowledge in all areas of the HR function; strong background in compensation and recruiting preferred.
    • Excellent presentation skills, and written, and verbal communication skills essential.
    • Effective communicator with all levels of the organization and with people of different backgrounds and interests.
    • Must be collaborative, possess a strong customer service orientation, and be a consultative problem solver.
    • SPHR/SHRM-SCP desired.

    Northeast Delta Dental is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.


    Company: KMA Human Resources Consulting
    Job Title: Human Resources Professional
    Location: NH/Southern Maine
    Contact: Ree Russell | recruiting@kmahr.com

    KMA Human Resources Consulting has an immediate opening for a Human Resources Professional. This is a great opportunity to be part of a dynamic and growing team servicing a number of premier clients in New England. For more than a decade, KMA has helped organizations reach their business goals by serving as their human resources (HR) partner. We assist businesses recruit, hire, compensate, train, and retain their workforce.

    At KMA we recognize our employees have full lives, of which work is only one part. Backed by a collaborative and supportive team, our employees have greater work-life balance – which we understand is different for everyone. This uniquely flexible environment means our team members are less stressed, more fulfilled, and better equipped to contribute their strongest, most conscientious work for our clients.

    At KMA, our maxim is: Do the right thing. For our clients, our fellow team members, and for ourselves. If this sounds like the place for you, we’d love to talk!

    We are seeking an individual who will work in the New Hampshire/Boston Metro North/Southern Maine area. Position will involve periodic regional travel. There is schedule flexibility paired with the willingness to be responsive and flexible to meet client and KMA needs and deadlines.

    The Human Resources Professional will deliver high quality advisory and administrative services to clients on a range of human resources (HR) issues, procedures, and policies consistent with employee best practices, legislation, and guidelines.

    Responsibilities Include:

    • Offers strategic guidance and advice to clients on employment and HR issues.
    • Provides ongoing operations and administrative support for day-to-day HR administrative needs for staffing, onboarding, benefits and compensation, and employee relations.
    • Completes HR projects including HR Assessments, policies and employee handbooks, employee surveys, performance management programs, and others customized to clients.
    • Delivers HR related training.

    Requirements:

    • Must have a Bachelor’s degree in human resource management, organizational development or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • Must have minimum of seven years of human resources generalist experience.
    • HRCI or SHRM certification desired but not required.
    • Must be able to function in a multi-task environment, as part of a team and alone on a broad variety of projects.
    • Must possess integrity and a high level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential issues.
    • MS Office suite proficiency required.

    Please provide cover letter, resume, and salary requirements. NO PHONE CALLS OR RECRUITERS PLEASE.

    KMA Human Resources Consulting is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status protected by law.  


    Company: Vapotherm
    Job Title: HR Director/Manager
    Location: Exeter, NH
    Contact: Elizabeth Chick | echick@vtherm.com
    vapotherm.com

    Position Summary:

    The HR Director/Manager is responsible for designing, organizing and leading strategic HR initiatives. This position leads the team of HR Business Partners and other administrative positions to ensure success in achieving the Department’s ultimate responsibility of Hiring, Developing and Retaining the Very Best People in the Medical Device Industry. The HR Director/Manager will serve as the knowledgeable, experienced leader for complex personnel matters. The role is also responsible for leading cross-functional initiatives such as training and development, performance management processes and retention programs.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Lead HR-related objectives and initiatives
    • Design, develop and launch strategies to assess and retain top talent
    • Institute performance-focused initiatives and processes
    • Create and execute development programs, particularly for Director-level positions
    • Monitor, assess and hold leaders accountable to results of team members
    • Track and assess data to guide company decisions and other performance-related initiatives
    • Lead strategic recruiting efforts to build bench of candidates and assist in establishment of external brand
    • Coach peers and leaders on performance conversations and conflict resolution
    -Understand and apply knowledge of employee relations and labor law
    • Work with leaders to establish methods and strategies for retention of top talent
    • Lead annual companywide training initiative, Exeter Development Week
    • Aid in development of compensation programs
    • Support organizational change initiatives and related communication plans
    • Lead HR Business Partner Team and serve as go-to resource for complex and/or sensitive personnel matters
    • Direct and support HR Administrator position on the systems and processes they manage, including compliance obligations
    • Oversee Benefits & Office administration, including important processes like building/office expansions, Open Enrollment and wellness initiatives
    • Serve as coach and mentor to team with primary goal of aiding in their development
    • Ensure HR processes and documentation are SOX compliant
    • Oversee development and implementation of policies and procedures
    • Travel if necessary for recruiting or training needs

    Position Requirements:

    • Bachelors Degree required
    • SHRM certification preferred
    • Leadership experience preferred
    • 5-10 years of HR experience in a growth and performance-focused company required
    • Business-focused, flexible and creative mindset required
    • Ability to work in a fast pace, growth-through-challenges environment a must
    • Proficient knowledge of Microsoft office products and Outlook is required
    • Communication and organization skills must be strong, especially with sensitive information
    • Project management experience a plus
    • Must love to learn, hold a high standard for performance expectations, enjoy new challenges and take initiative

    This position is required to make decisions on behalf of the Company, so a strong sense of integrity and passion is also required. The ideal candidate will work as well with people as they do with systems and structure.


    Company: Vapotherm
    Job Title: HR Business Partner - Corporate
    Location: Exeter, NH
    Contact: Elizabeth Chick | echick@vtherm.com
    vapotherm.com

    Position Summary:

    The HR Business Partner– Corporate is responsible for supporting all HR-related needs for the Corporate Team, excluding Operations. This position helps to achieve the Department’s ultimate responsibility of Hiring, Developing and Retaining the Very Best People in the Medical Device Industry. The person in this role will work closely with all Corporate leaders and provide interim HR leadership when needed. The role is responsible for directly leading the Benefits & Office Manager position.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Own and run full employee life cycle for corporate team: recruiting, onboarding, training, performance management, offboarding
    • Lead HR-related objectives on behalf of Corporate Team
    • Create and execute development programs, particularly for Director-level positions
    • Monitor, assess and hold leaders accountable to results of corporate team members
    • Serve as go-to HR resource for entire Corporate Team, including all personnel needs
    • Coordinate and lead critical processes: Performance Reviews, Comp Adjustments, Talent Reviews, etc.
    • Lead external recruiting efforts to build bench of candidates and assist in establishment of external brand
    • Coach peers and leaders on performance conversations and conflict resolution
    • Work with leaders to establish methods and strategies for retention of top talent
    • Support organizational change initiatives and related communication plans
    • Lead Team and New Leader Assimilations
    • Direct and support HR Administrator position on the systems and processes they manage, including compliance obligations
    • Oversee Benefits & Office administration, including important processes like expansions, Open Enrollment and wellness initiatives
    • Serve on Exeter Development Week planning committee
    • Assist with comp analysis and tracking
    • Oversee development and implementation of policies and procedures for Corporate Team
    • When necessary, assist other HR Business Partners
    • Track HR-related expenses like recruiting fees, training costs, referral bonuses, etc.
    • Sit on appropriate committees like Safety, Compliance, etc. when necessary
    • Travel if necessary for recruiting or training needs

    Position Requirements:

    • Bachelors Degree preferred
    • SHRM certification preferred
    • Ability to work in a fast-paced, growth-through-challenges environment a must
    • Proficient knowledge of Microsoft office products and Outlook is required
    • Communication and organization skills must be strong, especially with sensitive information
    • Project management experience a plus
    • Must love to learn, hold a high standard for performance expectations, enjoy new challenges and take initiative

    This position is required to make decisions on behalf of the Company, so a strong sense of integrity and passion is also required. The ideal candidate will work as well with people as they do with systems and structure.


    Company: Bellamy and Watson Fields
    Job Title: Human Resources Director
    Location: Dover, NH
    Contact: John Hopkins | j.hopkins@bellamtfields.com

    Bellamy and Watson Fields Assisted Living Communities in Dover have an opening for a full-time Human Resources Director position. This role will oversee payroll and benefits management, and be the liaison with multiple service providers for a staff of 180. Please see bellamyfields.com for a look at the business and contact John Hopkins with questions.


    Company: International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP)
    Job Title: Multiple Openings
    Location: Portsmouth, NH

    IAPP offers a working environment that supports creativity and collaboration, with unlimited PTO, a dog friendly office, casual dress (no official code), free onsite yoga, and four-weeks paid sabbatical every seven years of employment, 401(k) and discretionary annual bonus, along with 100% paid health and dental benefits for employees. We work in a “get-stuff-done” culture that values whole people, fun, excellence, balance, communication, respect, personal and professional growth, and an entrepreneurial attitude. We have received recognition from Business NH Magazine’s Hall of Fame for “Best Small Companies to Work for in NH.” 

    Talent Acquisition Specialist

    https://iapphr.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=220

    HR Specialist (Payroll and HRIS)

    https://iapphr.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=219

    HR Generalist (Benefits)

    https://iapphr.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=218