Nonprofit HR was retained by Martha’s Table, supporting the community for nearly 40 years through strong children, strong families, and strong communities by increasing access to quality education programs, healthy food, and family supports, for the search of an engaging and results-oriented Director, People Operations. We believe that every child deserves the opportunity for their brightest future, and a deeply engaged family and community committed to their success. Learn more about Martha’s Table here.

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Position Summary:

The Director of People Operations is a senior leader at Martha’s Table and a member of the Executive Team. The Director of People Operations is responsible for the executive leadership of the Human Resources Department and the Volunteer Department and reports directly to the Chief Administrative Officer.

The People Operations Manager role is a Management & Administration job that requires daily interactions with candidates, staff, stakeholders and others in order to maintain momentum and mission fulfillment. This role is critical to Martha’s Table commitment to putting our Martha’s Table family first. The People Operations Director must be customer service oriented and lead the creation and maintenance of our organizational culture.

A Few Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

Human Resources – The Director is responsible for the administration, coordination and evaluation of the Human Resources function of Martha’s Table.

  • Manage Human Resources program. Develop annual goals and implement them, including special plans and initiatives to support the development and sustainability of Martha’s Table’s culture, emphasizing our organizational commitment to inclusion and racial equity.
  • Ensure organizational compliance with federal and local employment law. Ensure compliance with government entities overseeing childcare centers with regard to employment and human resource documentation.
  • Research, develop, and implement org-wide policies and procedures for internal human resource programs, employment policy and training. Seek input from colleagues from across the organization throughout the process to achieve buy-in and ensure equity.

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