The Director of People and Culture is an in-house position that will lead on culture practices, and provide expertise and support in the areas of Performance Management, Client Support, Therapists Relations, Therapists Engagement, Diversity & Inclusion, Policy and Procedure Development, and HR Compliance. This position reports to the Executive Director of Human Resources and Administration.

The deadline to apply is


Respond to daily email inquiries & correspondences with Therapists & Clients

Coordinate & Follow Up Department Reports from Connect Direct

Perform daily tasks on Project Management Platform: Click Up

Maintain Weekly Newsletter to Therapists

Coordinate and Maintain Onboarding process with new hires on Gusto

Update & Maintain Weekly Data & Performance reports

Support Grant Management Department

Monitor, Update, & Support Client Status, Experience, & Quality of Service

Update & Maintain Therapists Information on google form, website, and internal data tracking system

Track therapists Information regarding licensures, CEUs to ensure everything is updated.

Coordinate Monthly Caseload Reports

Support Insurance & Billing Department with Insurance Authorization Calls (as-needed)


Thorough understanding of HR policies and procedures, and knowledge of Federal and State regulations, including ADA, HIPAA, and EEO laws and regulations

Proficiency with using Project Management Platforms. Knowledge of Payroll Processing Platform

Must demonstrate NDT Core Values: Trust, Respect, Accountability, Innovation, Teamwork, and Service

Proficient in American Sign Language

Job experience or coursework relating to legal compliance

Highly skilled communicator; exceptional interpersonal and relationship-building skills

Highly skilled at project management; proven success working in a fast-paced

environment and delivering against multiple work streams

Fluent in change management strategies and best practice; proven success in implementing change across an organization

Data-driven and results-oriented; proven ability to manage data/metrics and make data-informed decisions

People person who takes pride and pleasure in developing talent and creating engaging workplace cultures and environments for staff at all levels and from varied backgrounds

Team player who enjoys building, creating, and executing new strategies

Trustworthy in managing sensitive situations and information; you are discrete, professional, and possess excellent judgment

Collaborative; you enjoy gathering stakeholder input to create innovative shared solutions that meet the needs of the company, clients & therapists, and the community

Detail-oriented and compliance-minded; you enjoy dotting i’s and crossing t’s

Comfort with the uncertain; you are motivated to move forward, make decisions, and finalize details quickly once information is available

Committed to equitable and inclusive practices in all phases of your work

You believe in the talent and potential of current and future therapists and interns to make meaningful mental health impact to deaf communities


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