Job Details

Human Resources Director
Town of Ocean City, MD
Job Description

Reporting to the City Manager, the Director maintains a municipal government Human Resources program to include workforce planning and employment; compensation and benefits; training and development; employee and labor relations; policy development and interpretation; and compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations.

Providing services to a fulltime workforce of 550+ that increases annually by the hiring of an additional 750+ seasonal employees, the Director manages under conditions where peak workloads require tasks be accomplished in compressed timeframes. The Town also engages in collective bargaining with two public safety labor unions representing Fire/EMS and Police.

In addition to strong Human Resources technical skills, a deep knowledge of employment law, benefits administration and labor relations is required. The Town seeks a leader to guide an HR staff of three and provide consultation to multiple departments with differing operational and hiring needs.

A seasoned Human Resources professional with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or a closely related field is required. PHR or SPHR certification is strongly preferred.

The salary range minimum is $88,371 or pay commensurate with education and relevant experience. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled with first consideration to applications received by February 25, 2020. To apply electronically visit the employment listing at www.oceancitymd.gov:

Job Details
Job Function:
Human Resources Director
Position Type:
Full Time
Town of Ocean City
Location:
301 N. Baltimore Ave.
Ocean City, MD 21842
United States
Population: 7,110
Form of Government: Council-Manager

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