Illinois Institute of Technology has retained Hanold Associates to lead the search for their Associate Vice President of Human Resources. Ashley Schiele and Katie Wolf lead the search for the role based in Chicago.
Founded in 1890, Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) is a private, technology-focused, research university with a mission of academic distinction and quality education in an inclusive campus environment located in Chicago. IIT offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in engineering, science, architecture, business, design, human sciences, applied technology and law. Through a committed faculty and close personal attention, IIT provides rigorous academic programs focused on pragmatic solutions to real-world problems.
Illinois Institute of Technology enrolls 2,924 undergraduate students and 4,342 graduate students in eight colleges positioned in line with market needs, focused on the global economy and the impact of technology. IIT changes the course of students’ lives as it puts a strong emphasis on social mobility. PayScale’s 2017 “College Return on Investment Report” ranked IIT #1 in Illinois and #75 in the United States among universities for the salary potential of its graduates who earn a bachelor’s degree. U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review, and The Fiske Guide to Colleges have all named Illinois Tech an educational “Best Value.”
Reporting to CFO Michael Horan, the Associate Vice President (Head) of Human Resources will lead a team of five with a strong focus on the development of leadership talent. This strategic, decisive and collaborative leader will transform the human resources function from passive and administrative to proactive and strategic. They will execute on long term, operational and service-oriented initiatives to further the function’s credibility across the organization.
As IIT moves to a more centralized, shared-services model for their support functions, the Associate Vice President of HR will create and spearhead critical initiatives that are vital to advancing the effectiveness of HR services, operations and results.