Current Open Positions
Diversity Consultant Remote
The HR SOURCE has recently received a number of requests for Diversity services. We are currently seeking Consultants who are passionate about Diversity and inclusion and have 5-20 years of experience delivering and/or facilitating programs on a variety of D&I topics such as Unconscious Bias, Microaggressions, The Multigenerational Workplace, Diversity Recruiting, Anti-Racism, etc. The consultant must also have experience assisting companies to strategically develop and implement D&I programs within their organizations, have the ability to conduct cultural and/or organizational audits to assist clients in identifying change needed to build inclusive workplace cultures and the ability to analyze data and write and deliver reports regarding audit and survey results. If this sounds like you please send your resume and give us a call.
Classification Specialist Riverdale, MD
The HR SOURCE is looking for a Classification Specialist for a client in Riverdale, MD. Thiis is a one-year contract that pays between $30-32/hr. The position will be remote to start with, but when the client opens the office, the position will be split between remote and onsite.
The organization is seeking 2 skilled Classification Specialists to work in its Human Resources and Management.
• Participating in meetings with management and employees gathering information in order to develop draft class specifications/job descriptions. Interviewing employees to gather more detailed information. Disseminating information concerning the study.
• Ability to review and analyze consultants work regarding difference in levels of class specifications/position descriptions.
• Conducting job classification and evaluation using point factor evaluation system and preparing written report on findings;
• Drafting classification specifications/position descriptions along with corresponding reports; determining proper occupational series and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) designation;
• Interacting with clients on a daily basis.
The ideal candidate will:
• Have a minimum of five years of experience writing class specifications/job descriptions.
• Have Excellent writing skills.
• Have knowledge of Compensation and Classification principles and practices and its applications.
• Be motivated and a self-starter with good analytical, collaborative, and oral presentation skills.
• Possess ability to compile and analyze data and present logical conclusions.
• Possess a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word and Excel).
• Possess ability to establish and maintain cooperative relationships with others encountered in the work.
Director of Development New Haven, CT (Onsite)
New Haven Promise (NHP), in its 10th year, is a scholarship, student support, and career launch nonprofit critical to the economic vitality of the city of New Haven, CT. With top New Haven institutional leaders serving on its board that includes - Yale, Yale New Health System, The Community Foundation of Greater New Haven, the city mayor, and several regional university presidents - this dynamic social impact entity is focused on building a culture in the public schools and the city in which students aspire to attend and graduate from college; provide financial incentives and support for college students; and facilitate the return of Promise alumni to live, work and serve in the greater New Haven community. Promise builds a supportive partner community in New Haven where all young people gain the education and experience required to function productively in a knowledge-based economy in the region. New Haven Promise, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is a first-of-its-kind program in Connecticut dedicated to providing college scholarship support to students in the Greater New Haven area.
Reporting to the President, the Director of Development is a hands-on leadership position responsible for cultivating and soliciting a portfolio of major gift prospects, as well as engaging the President and volunteer leadership in ways they can add the greatest value to the organization. Responsibilities will also include creating, improving, and implementing all development efforts as well as managing, directing, and/or executing all aspects of development operations including major gifts, special events, corporate and foundation giving, direct response, alumni giving, appeals for specific needs, and in-kind support. Successful candidates will also oversee public relations activities relating to fundraising and manage donation reporting and annual budget proposals.
The ideal candidate must have a minimum of 5 years of hands-on experience in fundraising, an extended network of potential donors, and proficiency in fundraising databases as well as Microsoft Office.
NHP is open to considering candidates who have deep relationship-building experience with prominent New Haven area citizens, outside of formal fundraising positions.
Candidates must have:
Excellent interpersonal, managerial, analytical, organizational and communication skills (both oral and written).
Capable of both big picture thinking, as well as executing the details.
Flexible and enthusiastic; persistent in overcoming obstacles.
Ability to think and act independently, as well as collaborate with a team.
Strong code of ethics and a healthy sense of humor.