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Executive Director, Recruitment and Selection

Central Administration
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This is a full-time, non-represented position.  The salary grade is 4032.

Job Summary


Four Directors reporting to the Deputy Chief, Talent Acquisition have responsibility for the assigned area. Oversees and manages Talent Support Services which includes Recruitment and Selection, Talent Partners and Talent Specialists. The Executive Director for Recruitment and Selection directs and oversees through subordinate staff the recruitment, selection, hiring and onboarding for District employees hired as instructional leaders, teachers, school-based professionals, support staff and central office staff. 


Essential Functions

Recruitment and Selection Specialty

  • Plans, directs and coordinates through subordinate staff, the daily activities of staff engaged in the recruitment, selection and hiring of District employees; oversees all processes for all prospective candidates; builds a substantive effective dashboard that can drive the team’s work.


  • Manages the Recruitment and Selection team; monitors their accountability in the performance of activities such as the recruitment and hiring of effective employees that will drive student outcomes in the District.
  • Works closely with the Directors for Talent Partners and for the Talent Specialists to ensure that matrixed teams are consistently meeting the talent needs of the team’s designated network.
  • Ensures that the team works effectively in a matrixed team environment to meet their designated networks hiring and talent goals.
  • Supports the product launch of software solutions that will enable Talent Support Services to achieve its strategic goals.
  • Analyzes departmental processes and builds, monitors and improves the processes and procedures; recommends, implements and evaluates appropriate changes and ensures that the changes meet the District’s needs.
  • Prepares monthly statistics and quarterly management reports and ensures that the information is disseminated to the appropriate administrators.
  • Serves in an advisory capacity to administrative personnel, Assistant Superintendents, Principals and District staff; manages multiple and complex talent issues simultaneously.
  • Manages special projects as required.
  • Represents the Office of Talent at meetings, conferences and other functions as needed.
  • Facilitates idea generating sessions and action plans with stakeholders in the schools, and central office.


Minimum Requirements

Recruitment and Selection Specialty

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in human resources, strategic management or a related field.
  • Six years of full-time, paid, professional administrative experience in recruitment and selection in a large school district, governmental agency or corporation  which has included the acquisition of personnel for all levels of positions, at least three of which have been in an administrative or supervisory capacity and directly accountable for the performance of multiple employees and has included extensive work with computer software, including but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite and database applications.


  • Any equivalent combination of training and experience determined to be acceptable by the Office of Talent.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Demostrated knowledge of:

  • office management practices, employee oversight methods and recordkeeping practices and procedures.
  • project management tools and spreadsheets and database applications.
  • supervisory methods and techniques.
  • the ADVANTAGEâ system  or other Human Resources information System applications which support human resources management.
  • the uses and capabilities of personal computers and their software applications.

Demonstrated ability to:

  • manage multiple projects and issues concurrently and to work collaboratively with others toward project completion.
  • prepare narrative and statistical reports.
  • monitor and control operating expenses.
  • direct and oversee subordinate supervisory and professional personnel.
  • ensure that problems are solved and that processes are efficient and effective.
  • ensure that the work of direct reports is effectively prioritized.
  • possess sound judgement.
  • exhibit discretion and confidentiality when dealing with personnel matters.
  • possess attention to detail.
  • develop and implement solutions to complex problems.
  • effectively communicate orally, in writing and at group presentations.
  • establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff on all levels.


The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.

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