Talent & Human Resources Manager

Job Type

Full Time




1757 Waller Street
San Francisco
United States


Experience the reward and fulfillment of making a difference while making a living…

Safe & Sound (formerly the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center) is the eminent children’s advocacy organization working to prevent child abuse and reduce its devastating impact on children, their families, and our entire community. For over 40 years, we have been pioneers in the field of child abuse prevention, working both within San Francisco and recently throughout the state.

We are currently recruiting for an experienced Talent & Human Resources Manager to handle HR strategy and the day-to-day Human Resources activities of our busy non-profit organization. Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer and in partnership with the Chief Operating Officer, the Talent & HR Manager works with all levels of the organization to identify priorities, develop and deploy programs, provide HR services to staff and managers, perform HR administration, and manage risk. This is an HR department-of-one, serving 60+ employees. The position is full-time, on-site, with occasional travel between our two sites located in the Haight-Ashbury and Bayview neighborhoods. We offer competitive pay and a generous benefits package. This is a great opportunity to join a highly dedicated team that provides vital services to the community!

As Talent & HR Manager, you will be responsible for the following:

  • HR Strategy Development
  • Recruitment & Onboarding
  • Employee Retention Efforts & Events
  • Employee Development Programs
  • Promoting Employee Engagement
  • Employee Relations
  • Change Management
  • HR Administration and Evaluation
  • Compliance and Risk Mitigation
  • HR Policies & Processes
  • HRIS & HR Reporting
  • Compensation, Benefits & Wellness
  • Safety & Workers’ Compensation


  • Progressive HR experience required in the areas listed above; experience supporting change and culture within multi-site and mission-driven organizations preferred; PHR/SHRM-CP preferred
  • Strong alignment with Safe & Sound’s mission and values including diversity, equity, and inclusion, along with our foundational commitment to trauma-informed principles and practices
  • Thorough current knowledge of employment law including federal, state and city requirements
  • Excellent judgment, interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence
  • Excellent written & verbal communication and computer skills
  • Strong ability to prioritize, manage projects, and work autonomously as well as in collaboration

If you meet these requirements, resonate with our mission, and have a strong desire to work in an organization that fills a critical need in the community, we’d like to hear from you!

Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

No requirement