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The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for numerous human resource responsibilities including, but not limited to, administrative functions, recruiting and hiring, benefits, worker’s compensation, safety, orientation, employee appreciation, engagement and retention. Provides support for the Human Resources Manager. Job Specifications: • 4 year degree or an associate’s degree in human resources with 3+ years in the field required. • Minimum of PHR or SHRM-CP certification preferred. • Minimum two years administrative experience required; Human Resources experience preferred in the areas of employee relations, strategic planning, recruiting & hiring, on-boarding, payroll and/or benefits administration. • Advanced computer experience in word processing, spreadsheets, Internet, desktop publishing, and database management required. • Experience in an HRIS system required; implementation experience preferred. • Ability to work independently with little supervision required. • Strong organizational skills and the ability to prioritize and complete tasks required. • Ability to remain calm while working under pressure in a busy environment. • Demonstrated experience in verbal and written communication in a professional setting as well as demonstrated experience working with a diverse population of employees. • Ability to maintain absolute confidentiality. • Must be able to promote a positive influence within the company. • Must be a team player, possessing outstanding interpersonal relationship building, and employee coaching skills. • Ability to work within framework of standard policies and procedures. • Responsible for compliance with all federal, state and local employment laws. • Able and willing to travel between job sites over three counties in personal vehicle required (reimbursement for mileage provided). Specific Duties: • Responds to applicant inquiries and incoming calls. • Assists with reviewing and updating job descriptions once a position is vacant to prepare for online posting. • Responsible for posting open positions on various websites including BCTS’ • Responsible for sending email notification to interested individuals when a position is posted. • Assists with employment verification requirements, reference checks from previous employers and other application reviews to determine an applicants’ employment eligibility. • Coordinates interview schedule; assists with interview upon request. • Responsible for sending a contingent offer letter and background check authorization documents once verbal offer has been made to candidate by Manager. • Follows up with all non-hired applicants for each position. • Creates and maintains complete and confidential files for each employee. • Responsible for New Hire Orientation for newly hired employees to include personnel policies, benefits, and other required documents. • Responsible for Relias Learning site administration to include: on-boarding/off-boarding of employees, creating curriculum per Manager’s requests; provide completion reporting at the request of BCTS’ Quality Manager; provide support, training and assistance to current and new employees. • Processes insurance benefits for eligible employees via HRIS system; problem-solves employee benefits questions as needed. • Responsible for company-wide safety program to include quarterly meetings and on-going trainings. • Conduct annual employee survey to gain valuable feedback on employee perceptions and satisfaction. • Responsible for annual Equal Employment Opportunity reporting via the EEO-1 report. • Coordinates with Payroll Administrator to remain compliance on the Affordable Care Act, to include reviewing hours of service and extending coverage to employees with 30+ hours of work. • Assists with annual performance review process. • Review and update BCTS Employee Handbook when necessary based on changing federal, state and local laws and BCTS internal policy changes. • Coach Managers/Supervisors on disciplinary actions including completion of written warning and documentation. • Record and maintain data for each employee, including, but not limited to: address changes, absences, supervisory reports on performance, change of employment statuses, complete Personnel Action Forms, and dates of and reasons for terminations. Responsible for maintaining an accurate HRIS system with these employment actions in a timely manner. • Answers questions from Managers/Supervisors and employees regarding pertinent information. • Creates and provides ongoing Manager/Supervisor trainings as needed. Assists with Human Resources Manager with personnel related projects as assigned.
How to apply:
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three supervisory references to firstname.lastname@example.org