Human Resources Director

Sightline Media Group - Washington, DC2.7

Full-timeEstimated: $110,000 - $150,000 a year
Regent, L.P. ("Regent") is a multi-sector private equity firm focused on acquiring and managing companies in transition. We are seeking a Director of HR based out of our Vienna, VA office for one of our media companies, Sightline Media Group, as well as portfolio companies throughout the east coast.

Sightline Media Group is the leading news organization covering military, defense, public sector, federal technology, C4ISR and cyber defense. Our independent, award-winning journalism offers coverage from around the globe, from Sightline headquarters in the Washington, DC area to bureaus and correspondents in the U.S. and around the world. Sightline Media offers our business clientele a wide range of platforms to reach the market. From digital and mobile solutions to events, thought leadership, publications, video and custom options, Sightline works with clients on opportunities that have credibility, integrity, engagement and impact.

  • Effectively build, develop and maintain strong collaborative relationships with management and employees
  • Proactively develop strategies to satisfy HR services needs
  • Address all employee relations issues to minimize risk
  • Serve as a business ally to ensure alignment between individual, business unit, and corporate practices
  • Promote positive employee relations and communication by counselling and conflict resolution
  • Coach employees and managers on career development, goal setting, performance improvement, and people management
  • Partner with Talent Acquisition team on talent assessment, organizational design, and learning and development
  • Partner with shared services payroll and HR team to ensure compliance with corporate policies and procedures
  • Represent the company and the HR function in a positive light by gaining and maintaining knowledge of industry trends and general business knowledge/acumen.
Education, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
  • Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, Human Resources, Business Administration or related field required
  • Master's Degree in Human Resources or Organizational Development preferred
  • 8+ years of progressively more responsible positions in Human Resources
  • Excellent communication, listening and interpersonal skills
  • Knowledge and ability to serve as a subject matter expert ("go to resource") for all employees within the business
  • Strong data gathering and analytical skills
  • Extensive knowledge of HR/personnel practices and principles, labor, pay, benefits, and health and safety laws required
  • The ability to handle and maintain a high level of confidentiality and common sense regarding sensitive employee information
  • Skills in Negotiation and Business Analyses (margin analysis, cost modeling, and performance management skills).
  • Advanced skills in Microsoft Office