Human Resources Director

EverCare - Newburgh, NY




If you are a smart, kind, outcome oriented human resources professional with a proven track record that wants to be part of an strong leadership team and an organization that is well positioned for growth, we want to hear from you!

The Director|Human Resources is a key member of Senior Management team who reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for managing all Human Resources functions and supporting/maintaining an employee–oriented culture that fosters service excellence. In the is role, the Director|Human Resources must demonstrate knowledge and experience to provide expert–level guidance in areas of regulatory compliance, organizational development, recruitment, innovation practices, benefits [including health and wellness, pension, etc.], employee relations, payroll, compensation and other areas related to Human Resources management. Prior experience in, or thorough knowledge of, Best Place to Work™ preferred but not required.

EverCare’s culture is based on a commitment to care for others both, within the organization, and the community we serve. It is also based on a willingness to seek out improvement and bat all times work toward being recognized as a most ethical company to work for. As such, the Director|Human Resources must not only bring to the organization the traits necessary to nurture our internal and external relationships while actively creating a culture that engenders others, s/he must also have a strong ethical compass and focus on compliance. Strong time management, analytical, and customer service skills are required, as is a strong initiative and results-orientation, the ability to perform detailed analysis and make high level recommendations. Must have knowledge of current employment law and issues within area of specialty, strong computer skill proficiency [MS Office, Excel, ADP] and interpersonal skills, the ability to clearly and effectively communicate verbally and in writing, in an organized and timely manner and to efficiently manage a material workload. Must also have propensity to think and act proactively and independently to support business activities of in–house and external business partners/stakeholders. SHRM Certification and a Bachelor's degree in Business, Organizational Development, or related field required [Master's preferred], with a minimum of six [6] years of highly relevant, professional-level experience. Must have at least three [3] years experience in a leadership position.

Previous experience in a healthcare setting a strong plus.

Job Type: Full-time


  • Human Resources: 6 years (Preferred)