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Director of Human Resources

University Village, Thousand Oaks

Thousand Oaks, California 91360
Job Type:
Job Status:
Full Time
1st Shift
  • Employee Relations
  • Employment/Recruitment
  • Health, Safety, Security
  • HR Generalist
  • Organizational Development
University Village, Thousand Oaks
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Job Details

The Human Resources Director is responsible for leading the Human Resources activities for University Village Thousand Oaks in accordance with the following principle duties:

Essential Job Duties:

  • Leadership to UVTO and Oakview HR team
  • Manages all recruitment activities for the Community including the sourcing, screening and ongoing communication with candidates through the entire Recruitment process.
  • Ensures employee personnel files are complete for all employees in compliance with all legal requirements.
  • Responsible for the administration of all employee benefit programs.
  • Champion of the STAR Values and related programs across the Community including employee recognition and suggestion programs, talent development, employee communications and events.
  • Management of employee performance review process.
  • Ensures that all job descriptions are complete and ensures the integrity of the Community wage and salary system.
  • Serves as the Compliance Officer and is responsible for overseeing and monitoring the Community’s compliance program. .  
  • Maintains the Employee Handbook and prepares changes, additions and corrections as needed.
  • Reviews and submits all Workmen’s Compensation reports.
  • Gathers, reviews and disseminates information on employee safety and health, keeping abreast of changes in OSHA requirements and informing the Safety Committee and appropriate staff where applicable.
  • Serves as resource for supervisory staff, explaining and interpreting personnel procedures and the implications of applicable laws and regulations, assisting, as needed, in the completion of necessary documentation of personnel matters by supervisory staff relating to disciplinary action, termination and evaluation.
  • Serves as representative for employees and acts in a conciliatory role concerning employee grievances, conferring with and counseling employees regarding personnel policies and procedures, benefits, employee relations, and work related, personal and professional concerns.
  • Conducts training seminars and workshops for all Community employees relating to Human Resources topics.



  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management or related field.
  • 5+ years Human Resources management experience, preferably in a related industry.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of state and federal labor regulations, personnel administration, employee relations, compensation and benefits administration, recruiting and selection, and training and development.
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