Human Resources Generalist

Marcum - San Francisco, CA2.6

Full-timeEstimated: $73,000 - $97,000 a year
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Marcum LLP is looking for a Human Resources Generalist to oversee Human Resources in our San Francisco and San Jose offices. This role will sit in San Jose. The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for overseeing all employee operations, including college recruiting, onboarding, performance management, employee relations, and assistance with payroll.

Travel: Ability to travel between San Jose and San Francisco locations is required.

Responsibilities

Work closely with management to solve key problems and provide innovative solutions around people and culture (which includes our nine core values).
Collaborate with the extended HR team to implement or improve programs and processes in benefits administration, compliance, learning and development, appreciation and recognition and employee relations.
Manage the onboarding processes for entry-level and experienced new hires.
Educate and partner with employees on performance management, career development and training goals.
Manage the performance evaluation process, buddy and mentor programs as well as the employee recognition programs.
Handle various employee relations matters as needed.
Manage all administration associated with employment related matters.
Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree– Human Resource Management or similar degree preferred.
Four to six years progressive HR experience with key experience in developing people required.
HR Certification (PHR or SPHR) preferred.
Experience supporting professional services firm required.
Ability to influence peers and senior leaders across the company to drive the right outcomes.
Attentive to details and able to also reflect strategically.
Work cross functionally with a diverse group of HR professionals in multiple geographies and roles.
Solid working knowledge of ADAAA, FMLA, PDL, PFL, SDI, Workers’ Compensation, Paid Sick Leave and EEOC compliance. Must become familiar with Paid Parental Leave law.
Mid-level technology skills, with proficiency in Excel, Word, Outlook & PowerPoint required.
Working knowledge of human resource information systems required.
Must have strong written and verbal communication skills and be able to listen effectively.
Work well under pressure and with a team; able to meet deadlines with accuracy.
Excellent analytical, organizational and problem solving abilities are a must.
Team player with desire to be an active participant within the organization.