CHICAGO, May 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — GCM Grosvenor announced today that Sandra (Sandee) Hurse has joined the firm as a Managing Director and Chief Human Resources Officer, effective immediately.
Ms. Hurse brings more than two decades of experience to her new role. Her prior experience also includes leadership roles in Human Resources, TalentManagement and Talent Acquisition at Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan Chase.
Ms. Hurse holds an MBA from the University of Michigan and a BBA in Finance from Baruch College.
After an 18-year-run with the Elyria School District, Human Resource Director Gary Taylor retires Aug.1,2018. Taylor is finishing off his last school year, but will train the new director Jaime Barnier this summer before he officially retires
With 16 years of experience in human resources, Barnier will shadow Taylor from June until August. She wants to absorb Taylor’s knowledge and learn the ropes.
“Taylor will be a great mentor”, Barnier said, and is excited to work with him.
CROWN POINT — Lake County Commissioners hired a human resources director but are in no hurry to fire the consultant she is replacing.
The Lake County Council created county government’s first human resources department last year to bring a professional approach to hiring and managing personnel concerns of its 1,800 full-time employees and still more part-time employees.Repay and Tippy said they want to keep Dabertin in place this year to help ease Royster into her job, but will revisit Dabertin’s contract eventually.
FAIRMONT, W.Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MVB Financial Corp. (Nasdaq: MVBF) today announced the appointment of Brad Greathouse of Morgantown as Senior Vice President, Human Resources. A human resources professional with more than 20 years of progressive leadership experience, Greathouse will lead all aspects of human resources for MVB Financial, the holding company for MVB Bank, Inc., and the Bank’s subsidiaries, MVB Mortgage and MVB Community Development Corporation.
Brad Greathouse brings with him to Team MVB more than 20 years of leadership experience.
SANTA ANA, Calif., May 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Banc of California today announced it has hired Jim Hazboun as Chief Human Resources Officer. Mr. Hazboun joins Banc of California from Hyundai Capital America, where he served as Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Administrative Officer.
Mr. Hazboun will lead Banc of California’s Human Resources and Marketing groups, which includes recruiting, training, talent development, and compensation functions as well as corporate and business unit marketing, branding, sponsorships, and partnerships.
KINGWOOD, W.Va. – Thursday afternoon, the Department of Health and Human Resources organized an employment fair at the National Guard Armory in Kingwood.
Twenty vendors were set up at the DHHR employment fair. Rapid Response was at hand due to recent layoffs in the area.
A wide range of employers had representatives at the event including the Division of Highways and a variety of hospitals. A unique employer is the Human Resource Development Foundation, which is a non-profit in West Virginia.
Gov. Gary R. Herbert has announced the appointment of Paul Garver as the executive director of the Department of Human Resource Management.
Garver replaces Debbie Cragun, who was appointed in June 2013. Cragun now serves as the Human Resources Administrator to the Utah Legislature.
Garver has served as vice president of human resources for Smiths Detection since 2014. He received his Master of Business Administration from the Marriott School of Business at Brigham Young University.
DULUTH, MN (KDAL) – The College of St. Scholastica has announced the appointment of Myron S. McCoo as Vice President for Human Resources and Chief Diversity Officer.
McCoo comes to St. Scholastica from University of Cincinnati (UC) Health, an 11,000-employee academic medical system in Ohio, where he has served as Assistant Vice President of Human Resources and Corporate Diversity Officer. Prior to his role at UC Health, McCoo served as a human resources executive for the Yale New Haven Health System (Bridgeport Hospital) in Connecticut
Groton — Groton Town Manager John Burt will not receive the raise he requested and then withdrew, but the Town Council has extended his contract one year, added a mileage reimbursement and promoted the human resources director to give him assistant town manager duties.
Councilors said they believe Burt is dedicated to the town. Burt’s contract, which originally ran from July 5, 2017, until July 4, 2022, would be extended until 2023.