Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) Job Description

Use this Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) job description template to advertise the open roles for free using Longlist.io. You can use this template as a starting point, modify the requirements according the needs of your organization or the client you are hiring for.
Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)

Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) responsibilities

  • Crafting talent acquisition strategies to build strong pipelines for future hiring needs
  • Formulating career development plans
  • Promoting inclusion in the workplace and reinforcing our position as an equal opportunity employer

Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) Job Description Template

Job Brief

We are looking for a Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) to lead our HR department.

CHRO responsibilities include designing and evaluating career paths, overseeing all HR functions and crafting strategies that meet our business goals. If you think you’re able to help us transform our organization into a modern, productive and inclusive workspace, we’d like to meet you.

Ultimately, you will secure our long-term growth by leading all training, talent acquisition and career development activities.

Responsibilities

  • Craft talent acquisition strategies to build strong pipelines for future hiring needs
  • Formulate career development plans
  • Promote inclusion in the workplace and reinforce our position as an equal opportunity employer
  • Ensure our hiring, onboarding and management procedures are effective for diverse groups
  • Lead employer branding efforts (like recruitment marketing)
  • Supervise HR Directors
  • Evaluate training and development programs
  • Develop HR policies for all branches, countries, regions
  • Analyze the effectiveness of our HR procedures and tools
  • Ensure HR plans align with our mission and business objectives

Requirements

  • Work experience as a Chief HR Officer, VP of HR or similar role
  • Experience in strategic planning
  • In-depth knowledge of all HR functions
  • Hands-on experience with HR software (HRIS, ATS)
  • Good understanding of labor legislation
  • Excellent leadership abilities
  • Communication and problem-solving skills
  • BSc/MSc in Human Resources Management, Organizational Psychology or relevant field
  • Certification like PHR and SPHR is a plus

Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) Job Description Examples

Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) • Confidential Jobs

About The Company

Top regional bank...

Industry

Banking

Type

Public Company

About The Role

The Chief Human Resources Officer will be responsible for supporting the Human Resources function and ensuring a sound internal culture throughout all divisions.

Total Compensation

USD $200,000-$249,999 (salary)

Travel Percent

Less than 10%

Functions• Human Resources• Operations

Known Requi...

Read more
Chief Human Resources Officer and Associate Vice President • University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Department:

Human Resources...

Responsibilities:

The University of Maryland Baltimore County seeks a progressive and future focused HR leader with experience leading and facilitating change in complex and dynamic environments, and who is energized by creating positive and sustainable impact across the organization. Reporting to the Vice President of Administration and Finance, the Chief Huma...

Read more
Chief Human Resources Officer • Kensington International Executive Search

Our client is a private equity-backed national provider of professional business and financial services. The company has become the largest and fastest growing company in its specific industry. It now has a global footprint, employs over 1,000 people, and has shown a solid track record of organic growth. Since its partnership with private equity, it has continued to grow organically as well as....

Read more
Chief Human Resource Officer • Nagler Group

Our client, a local healthcare company is in search of a Senior Human Resource Director/CHRO to support an employee base of 250+ while supporting a team of five. The ideal candidate will have at least 15+ years of human resource knowledge in a fast paced, multicultural environment and be able to handle anything from employee relations, benefits, recruitment, onboarding, policies and procedures....

Read more