Director, Human Resources Business Partner

Requisition ID:  282
Job Location(s): 

Broomfield, CO, US, 80020



This Director, Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) position will support the Crocs brand Product Merchandising, Design, Development, Sourcing & Marketing teams and is responsible for designing and implementing HR strategy and initiatives that engage workers and drive business results. This role will be a trusted advisor to leaders and have the ability to create positive relationships with employees through the organization. The ideal candidate will embrace new and innovative ways of providing HR services and look at challenges as opportunities to continuously improve how we attract, retain, engage, and develop our people. 

What You'll Do


Strategic Business Partner 
•Working closely with the Vice President, HR for Crocs, build and implement a talent strategy tailored to the changing needs of the Crocs business
•Understand the company’s strategy and goals and translate those goals into useful HR objectives that support the business strategy
•Represent the business unit’s talent interests within the organization and support leaders in the identification of talent risks
•Provide guidance and oversight to Operations and Talent Acquisition regarding talent solutions, priorities, results, and accountability.
•As team grows, manage junior level members of the HR team
•Align the organizational structure with the strategic objectives of the organization/business


HR Cross Functional Collaborator 
•Contribute to the design and development of critical HR metrics and assess how trends impact the organization 
•Represent the mission, vision and values of the enterprise and design HR programs to help support the organizational culture
•Partner with Centers of Excellence to own the implementation of HR programs, policies, and processes for assigned business unit(s) including resource planning, talent acquisition, onboarding, goal setting, performance management, total rewards, employee engagement, leadership assessments and succession planning
Director and Above HR Support 
•Facilitate training, coaching, and support with business leaders in employee development, teambuilding, and performance management
•Partner with leaders on key annual processes such as budget planning, talent assessment & development, and compensation review 
•Assists leaders with crafting and following individual development plans 
•Provide HR assistance, support, and advice to client group(s) on various HR related issues and needs that arise. This includes collaborating with leaders and legal counsel on employee relations issues including investigating, mentoring, advising, and reporting when necessary


What You'll Bring to the Table


•Experience: Ten (10) years of experience in HR subject areas, such as business partnering, employee relations, talent acquisition, benefits, compensation, and performance management, including three (3) years of experience leading others is required. 
•Education: Bachelor’s degree in human resources management or a related field is required.  Professional experience beyond requirement in a related field may substitute for degree requirements on a year for year basis. 


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities 
•Solid understanding of multiple human resource subject areas, including compensation practices, organizational diagnosis, employee and labor relations, diversity & inclusion, performance management, and federal and state respective employment laws
•SHRM certification preferred
•Demonstrable track record as a strong partner to the business
•Demonstrable knowledge of employment law, compliance and policy development and implementation
•Excellent communication skills and ability to optimally communicate, both written and verbal at all levels of organization
•Proficient in Microsoft Office
•Ability to facilitate meetings and training sessions
•Proven sensitivity to confidential materials/issues
•Comfortable dealing with ambiguity and responding to changing business conditions/needs


The Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment. 

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or disability, or any other classification protected by law.

Title: Director, Human Resources Business Partner

Salary or Pay Range: $132,500 - $185,000 

Pay offered will vary based on job-related factors such as location, experience, training, skills, and abilities.

This position is eligible to participate in a company incentive program. 

This position is eligible for company benefits including but not limited to medical, dental, and vision coverage, life and AD&D, short and long-term disability coverage, paid time off, employee assistance, participation in a 401k program that includes company match, and many other additional voluntary benefits. 

Job Category: Corporate 

Nearest Major Market: Denver