Compensation Type: Annual salary
Job Type:
Full Time

Pay Range: $75,000-$85,000
Organization's Mission: Building girls of courage, confidence, and character.
Organization's Race, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Statement and Work: Girl Scouts of Utah embraces a pluralistic movement committed to understanding our similarities and differences, building relationships, and promoting a dialogue of acceptance and respect. We believe we are stronger when we include diverse perspectives, experiences, and approaches.

In 2022, Girl Scouts of Utah expanded its council-wide initiatives to increase progress in the work of DEIRJ. All members of the council, including new staff members, participate in the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI, LLC), and are given the initiative to increase their personal intercultural understanding and to benefit the organization.
Position Summary: The Director of People will lead and organize a well-run Human Resources department. Design and implement legally sound HR practices and policies that will support strategic business goals and fulfill the organization’s workforce needs. Shape our recruiting and onboarding so that we engage the best people for council roles. Support managers in developing, evaluating, and mentoring team members. It is critical that this person interacts with all levels of the organization, responds well to pressure, is resourceful and efficient, and maintain a high level of professionalism and confidentiality. Serves as lead functional subject matter expert and supervises the HR Specialist. Serves as chair of the DEIRJ Committee and implements culture strategy for the council.
Primary Responsibilities: Lead and organize a proficient and highly-skilled Human Resources Department that currently supports 40 full-time and 80 seasonal staff members.
Train, develop and mentor the HR Specialist.
Manage an effective recruitment program including recruiting, job posting, screening, hiring employees to fill vacant or new positions, and new employee onboarding.
Manage day-to-day operations of the HR office including administering human resources policies, procedures, and functions; employee relations; compensation and payroll.
Oversee and manage the following council and HR systems, which currently include:
Paylocity payroll and HRIS system- ensure complete and accurate time is entered for all staff; oversee the administration of the bi-weekly payroll.
Benefits administration software - ensure staff are enrolled in eligible benefits and premiums charged are accurate; assist staff with any enrollment or claims issues that may arise.
401(k) Administration – enroll eligible employees; participate in the filing of 5500 SF
PerformancePro – ensure employee evaluations are conducted in a format that produces effective operational compensation structure and rewards system.
Workbright ATS/Onboarding applicant tracking system – ensure hiring and onboarding provides a positive experience for applicants, new hires, and hiring managers.
Manage employee benefits including agent and carrier selection, enrollment, monthly administration, and invoice processing.
Manage employee separation notices and related documentation, and conduct exit interviews.
Manage processes encouraging employee engagement including annual performance management and reviews, employee engagement survey, and professional development.
Develops and manages HR departmental budgets and corresponding resource allocations.

Ensure legal compliance and cultural alignment in every aspect of operations relating to our people and talent development.
Conduct regular review and update of policies in compliance with state and federal laws and regulations.
Ensure compliant policies support our goals for workplace and council culture.

Shape the recruiting and onboarding process to ensure we engage the best people to lead the local transformation of the Girl Scout experience.
Engage with managers to build and implement effective employee orientation, development, and training plans.
Build an effective onboarding process that supports overall mission goals and department strategies.

Partner with the CEO on all aspects of people in our workplace environment
Collaborate in on-going culture activities to build staff fulfillment in their jobs.
Prioritize mission-critical daily tasks and commitments with strategic initiatives to lead change.
Be aware of the multiple stakeholders within the Girl Scout movement and the connections between staff and volunteer leadership.
Maintain equilibrium, professionalism and confidentiality when working with staff members.
Manage the oversight of the annual performance review process.
Provide clarity on organizational competencies and expectations for management levels within the organization, along with a clear path for professional development and promotion.
Leading the development of an environment that fosters diversity, equity, inclusion and racial justice through words, action and attitude by serving as the DEIRJ chair.
Desired Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or higher or equivalent experience. Human resources certification of PHR from HRCI or SHRM-CP from SHRM preferred.
Minimum five years exempt-level professional HR experience with supervisory responsibility for at least three of those years.
Experience in the administration of benefits and compensation programs.
Up to date knowledge of labor and employment laws.
Exceptional communication skills:
Interpersonal communication and coaching skills that achieve results.
Verbal skills to speak clearly and effectively in one-on-one and group settings.
Polished presentation skills and ability to speak “on the spot” credibility and confidently.
Written communication skills to edit work for spelling and grammar, present numerical data effectively, and read and interpret written information.

Ability to work with individuals and groups from a diverse range of education, proficiencies, work and life experience, language, and cognitive abilities. Able to scale to be effective with executive and community board members as well as frontline staff. Generational fluency is critical.
Strong leadership skills with the ability to motivate, recruit, communicate, and train staff members in ways that will reinforce the “Leadership at Girl Scouts”.
Strong work ethic with the ability to prioritize, identify and communicate resource needs, and be accountable for deadlines.
Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills, management of multiple priorities, prioritize projects accordingly with time-sensitive deadlines, and gather and analyze information.
Able to maintain confidentiality with a strong reputation for honesty and integrity.
Sound decision-making and creative problem-solving ability, particularly within complex situations with compliance implications.
Ability to interpret employment and federal regulations and laws and communicate them to others.
Computer proficient in Microsoft office, databases, email, internet applications, and internet research.
Willing to work as a full-time, exempt staff member which can include evenings, weekends, and occasional holidays.
Must have a reliable vehicle for transportation, current driver’s license, and automobile insurance.
Ability to articulate a genuine passion for the Girl Scout mission with a willingness to embrace the philosophy of the Girl Scout program and enroll as a Girl Scout member.
Benefits / Why Work With Us: Girl Scouts of Utah is happy to provide the following benefits to our full-time staff members:
15 days of accrued vacation per year
13 paid holidays
12 sick days
4% 401(k) match
Medical & Vision Insurance
Paid dental (for staff member)
Employee Assistance Program
Paid life insurance
How to Apply: Apply on our website or send your resume via email.
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Location: Salt Lake City


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Contact: Sonya Gilbert
Phone: 801.716.5087