Human Resources Director

City of Clinton
August 17, 2022
PO Box 109, Clinton, NC
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City of Clinton, Human Resources Director


City of Clinton, North Carolina is conducting a comprehensive search for a result driven leader with a passion for public service to be our next Human Resources Director. This is an exciting opportunity to provide leadership and support for an array of stakeholders in the City of Clinton. If you have a proven record of accomplishment and willingness to create a vibrant and engaging workforce through solid human resources practices and initiatives, we want to hear from you!


The HR Director helps the City of Clinton achieve its vision by providing highly responsible work in the planning, administration, management, and execution of HR operations and the responsible use of county resources from a human resources perspective; championing an engaged, diverse, inclusive, collaborative, data-informed, and innovative organizational culture; and establishing internal and external relationships that advance joint interests and achieve community priorities. 


Our HR Director role is a unique opportunity to impact our culture, our employees and our community.  If you are someone who wants to make a difference and have your contributions be meaningful to so many people, City of Clinton might be the place for you.  

The successful candidate will be, a strong collaborator, problem solver by nature, and have a proven ability to provide information for management planning and decision making. A strong work ethic, integrity, and leadership skills are essential.


About City of Clinton:

City of Clinton is a thriving rural county with a population of approximately 8,420. The community relies on forward-thinking and innovative leaders to responsibly manage the city affairs.

 In 2007, Clinton was recognized as an All-America City. This honor illustrates Clinton's commitment to a sense of community and an outstanding quality of life for its citizens. Clinton is home to many nationally recognized civic clubs, which play an important role in strengthening the community. Approximately 40 churches representing all denominations are active in the Clinton area.


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Knowledges, Skills, and Abilities
Thorough knowledge of the theory, principles and practices of human resource management,  including the functional areas cited, and human behavior.
Thorough knowledge of the laws, principles, court cases, and regulations that apply to personnel policies and practices in the public sector.
Thorough knowledge of the trends and modern technology in the human resources fields.
Thorough knowledge of modern and effective supervisory principles and practices including leadership, motivations, communications, discipline, performance coaching and evaluation.
Knowledge of public administration including local government structures and budgeting.
Some knowledge of organization development and organizational psychology.
Some knowledge of principles of organization and management and statistical concepts and methods.
Skill in problem-solving, meeting facilitation, internal customer service excellence, public speaking and collaborative conflict resolution.
Ability to establish and maintain an effective human resource management program, and to provide management with costs projections, statistical trends, program accomplishments and recommendations for implementing new programs.
Ability to develop long term plans and goals for the human resources programs.
Ability to analyze facts, programs, and benefits costs and make recommendations and reports in oral and written forms.
Ability to advise management on creating a climate of employee engagement and performance excellence.
Ability to maintain the confidentiality of personnel records and discussions.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with other officials, department heads, employees, and the general public.
Ability to be innovative and creative in designing new programs, proposing policy changes, and recommending motivational and organizational development to managers.

Special Requirements

prefer Human Resources Certification (IPMA, SHRM, PHR)

prefer Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources Management, Human Services, Business Administrations, etc.