Jerry Cutler is New Montclair State University Vice President for Human Resources

Release Date: March 11, 2014

Montclair State University has appointed Jerry Cutler to the position of Vice President for Human Resources. Cutler was formerly Assistant Attorney General and Principal Counsel to the Maryland State Labor Relations Boards.

He also served as Director of Human Resources for the University of Delaware, and as Director of Labor Relations and Employment Practices for the State of Delaware.

“Jerry Cutler has the depth of experience to lead the University's Human Resources division," said Montclair State University President Susan A. Cole. "His knowledge and expertise will be instrumental in implementing efficient, forward-looking practices and in attracting and retaining top talent who will further Montclair State’s continued growth and success.”

Cutler, who assumed his position as Vice President for Human Resources at Montclair State on February 3, will oversee and develop University talent acquisition, staffing, affirmative action/EEO, compensation and benefits, labor and employee relations, organizational development and training, and human resource information systems initiatives.

“I believe that Human Resources can be a valued partner in advancing the University’s mission and achieving its strategic objectives,” says Cutler. “I look forward to working with the HR team to find innovative ways of delivering quality services to the campus community.”

Cutler has taught human resource management, labor relations and related courses at the University of Delaware, the Johns Hopkins University School of Continuing Studies and the Wilmington University Graduate School. As an author and editor, he has contributed to such publications as “Legal Guide to Human Resources,” “How Arbitration Works,” and “HR Series: Policies and Practices.”

A graduate of Pennsylvania State University, Cutler earned his J.D. degree from the University of Maryland. He has served as a co-chair of the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation, Public Sector Employment and Labor Relations Law Subcommittee.