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Assistant Vice Chancellor for Human Resources

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University

Greensboro, North Carolina 27405
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The Division of Human Resources at NC A&T is committed to serving as a strategic partner by providing comprehensive Service, Excellence, Engagement and Knowledge to the University community. It is our desire to support a culture of uncompromising expectation that will enable the University to attract, retain and develop faculty and staff of the future. This will empower us to understand clearer and more effectively deal with the significant social, economic and global challenges that are necessary to achieve the bold vision of the University.

The Assistant Vice Chancellor of Human Resources in partnership with the Vice Chancellor and University Administration plays a pivotal role in strategic leadership and implementing the programs and services for the Division of HR. This role provides operational oversight for the design and implementation of HR metrics and customer service level agreements to monitor and track customer satisfaction.

The Assistant Vice Chancellor’s key areas of functional oversight are: Compensation, Benefits, Temporary/Student Employment and Foreign National, Human Resources Informational Systems (HRIS), and Talent Solutions.

The Assistant Vice Chancellor serves as a direct report to the Vice Chancellor for Human Resources and functions as the chief operational officer within the division and has full authority for decision-making in the absence of the Vice Chancellor.


Master’s Degree in Human Resources or a related field and at least ten (10) year’s of progressively responsible experience in Human Resources administration. An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted; excellent communication and presentation skills; computer proficient; and service-oriented, diplomatic and able to delegate and motivate others.  Experience in higher education preferred.

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