The Position The Human Resources Director, will perform as a senior leader in the organization, will partner with team leaders to help them achieve their strategic goals through the recruitment, retention and management of a global workforce. The Director has organization-wide responsibility for ensuring that IntSights supports, promotes and protects a talented, diverse and highly-skilled staff of over 120 employees, working in over 10 countries around the world. The Director, Human Resources is responsible for the strategic implementation of global recruitment and hiring, international compensation and benefits, talent management, organizational design and development, international employee and consultant relations, and plays a key role in placing staff in global locations and in establishing a formal IntSights presence around the world. The Director, Human Resources is also involved in helping to create and maintain an inclusive and diverse work place and ensuring compliance with HR standards. The Director, Human Resources works closely with operations, finance and Sales leaders. This position will be based in IntSights’ New York headquarters, with periodic travel overseas. Overall Role Reporting to the CEO and as part of the organization's senior management, the Director Human Resources helps implement IntSights’ strategic plan for the continued growth and globalization of this dynamic, fast-paced, and influential global markets. Specific Duties • Organizational Development: Provide the strategic vision for IntSights’ leadership and talent. Represent HR with regard to long-term institutional concerns (i.e. staffing, salaries, benefits, diversity, training); serve on senior management team. • Strategy: Translate the strategic and tactical business plans into HR strategic and operational plans, including managing the Global HR budget. • Policies and Legal Compliance: Collaborate with in-house and outside counsel in multiple global jurisdictions on compliance with local statutory requirements, reviewing employment and consultant contracts, and development of new policies; oversee research and drafting of domestic and international employee manuals, related country supplements, and standard operating procedures. • Talent management: Oversee organization-wide recruitment of a high-caliber, diverse and values-aligned staff. Oversee recruitment and retention of management, professional, and support personnel, US-based/Israeli based/EMEA/APAC employees; craft and review job descriptions; set decentralized hiring procedures for recruitment, screening, interviewing, reference and background checks, and job offers; oversee international visa petitions and relocations; approve all domestic and global hiring contracts. • Retention: Establish program to retain high-caliber, well-performing staff through learning programs and career path development. • Compensation and Benefits. Manage total compensation approach globally: set initial salary determinations and participate in salary reviews for all staff; conduct periodic salary and benefits benchmarking surveys within local labor markets and develop related salary protocols; oversee annual auditing and selection/negotiation of global benefits package, including multiple domestic and international health, welfare and pensions plans. • Performance Management: Oversee performance management and introductory, annual, 360 evaluation processes. • Plan, develop, organize, implement, direct and evaluate the organization's human resource function and performance. • Training: Help develop resourceful approaches to training delivery, including training for managers, periodic skills development efforts for professionals, and effective onboarding for staff; partner with Program directors on substantive in-house training program. • Organizational culture: Lead institutional efforts to establish a vibrant and unifying organizational culture based on organizational values that drives recruitment, retention and performance evaluation. • Employee Relations: Serve as key internal point person for employee and consultant relations and personnel mediation; promote work/life balance and retention through creative benefits initiatives; promote employee wellness. • Manage vendors and contractors as needed to conduct trainings, specific pieces of work, management data. Qualifications and skill set: • Minimum of 7 years of related work experience, preferably in a similar environment operating internationally, i.e. growing start-up with multiple global entities. • Master’s Degree or equivalent in a related field or equivalent professional certification (SPHR and/or GPHR). • Experience with an international organization, preferred. • Experience working with C-Level executives in a global environment. • Track record of identifiable and measurable successes in managing a complex organization and implementing operational change. • Excellent leadership and organizational skills required. • Demonstrated ability to manage staff to a high level of performance. • Demonstrated ability to lead multiple high-profile and complex projects simultaneously. • Strong communications and interpersonal skills, the ability to work and build relationships with people from many cultures, and a commitment to the mission of Vital Strategies. • Collaborative team player comfortable leading as well as executing projects as required.