The Human Resources Generalist helps managers make decisions relating to human resources such as maintaining good relationships with employees and performance management. The generalist will also administer general human resources duties such as payroll, benefits, and training.
Manages the full lifecycle for all exempt and non-exempt searches including assessing staffing needs, posting job requisitions and job advertisements, screening of all candidates, coordination of interviews, consultation with managers in hiring decisions and extending job offers
Builds an effective sourcing network to fill all requisitions in a timely manner
Anticipates openings and establishes a pipeline of candidates to reduce vacancy percentage and improve time to fill
Ensures compliance with Affirmative Action Plan requirements and implements recruiting strategies to drive qualified minority, female, persons with disabilities and veterans to apply for our positions
Drives a strong social networking recruiting strategy
Utilize the Applicant Tracking System (ATS) to increase efficiencies and identify potential candidates
Responds to candidate inquiries and works to ensure a positive candidate experience
Leads all hiring managers to understand Associa’s recruiting process
Works closely with the Human Resources Manager to drive Associa’s employer brand
Human Resource Generalist Duties:
Works with employees and supervisors to research and resolve employee relations issues.
Conducts investigations and recommends solutions regarding employee concerns related to work environment and claims of harassment and discrimination.
Provides guidance and support to supervisors in all tasks related to performance management. Assists supervisors in selecting and carrying out appropriate methods for correcting performance deficiencies.
Provides administrative support in the areas of Recruitment, Benefits and Payroll. Routes paperwork, issues and questions to the appropriate Home Office HR Department member.
Responds to claims for unemployment insurance, including preparation of supporting documentation and managing the appeals process.
Manages the separation process, including collection of final documents, exit interviews, and sending required documents/final paycheck to the supervisor or departed employee. Completes all required internal notifications regarding separations.
Coordinates training and/or roll out of new Company procedures/policies.
Other duties as assigned. Qualifications
- 3-5 years of directly related Recruiting/HR experience
- BA/BS in Human Resources, Human Resources Certificate or education in Business or related field is preferred
- Experience working in a matrix-environment preferred
- Knowledge of federal and state employment laws including ADA, FMLA, Workers’ Compensation, etc…, with the demonstrated ability to understand and apply such legal requirements.
- Strong interpersonal, organizational, and critical thinking skills required.
- Must be detail-oriented and meticulously organized, with excellent follow-through and analytical skills.
- Must be able to work independently and take the initiative to address issues on a pro-active basis.
- Problem solving, project management, and presentation skills required.
- Ability to interface effectively with all levels of employees and managers. Strong persuasion and conflict resolution skills required.
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.