In partnership with the General Manager and CFC Director of Human Resources, the Human Resources Manager is responsible for managing recruitment & retention programs, new hire onboarding processes, safety & training initiatives, benefits administration and ensuring timely & accurate payroll processing. Additional responsibilities include assisting managers with employee relation issues, interpretation of personnel policies, and other operational and administrative duties as assigned. Must be able to demonstrate discretion and tact in preparing, disclosing, & handling confidential information.
Summary of essential job functions
Summary of Essential Job Functions
• Plan and coordinate recruitment and onboarding activities, to include determining staffing requirements and needs; recruitment at collegiate and regional job fairs; development of marketing campaigns, such as online strategies, newspaper, and radio ads; review and screening of applications; conducting interviews; and extending & negotiating employment offers; and managing new employee orientation.
• Contribute to the planning and implementation of training programs related to risk and safety: help to determine where existing policies/procedures require change or when new ones need to be developed; and provide case management services to staff and guests who are injured.
• Maintain training and staff development programs and material by working with management team to identify needs, prepare and coordinate training materials and administering training programs directly or in partnership with others.
• Processing new hire paperwork, such as criminal background & driving record checks, and submission of E-Verify & new hire reporting.
• Conducting New Employee Orientation on a regular basis.
• Processes benefit enrollment or change forms, to include health, dental, retirement, life and AD&D, and other employee welfare programs.
• Submitting general liability and worker’s compensation paperwork and maintains OSHA 300 logs and compliance.
• Coordinates “live-on” housing, to include assignment of housing units, periodic dorm checks and acting as Resident Advisor.
• Responsible for interpretation of personnel policies.
• Develop and maintain an organized and detailed personnel file system.
• Maintain and update HRIS, payroll, performance management, and training data through Microsoft Dynamics system.
• Assist in the preparation of meetings: organize materials and agendas, prepare visuals/handouts, handle meeting logistics, and ensure that meeting attendees are informed.
• Assist in the preparation of materials for Board Meetings.
• Maintain necessary printed materials: employee handbooks, policies, and other materials.
• Help plan company parties and events for employees.
• Prepare and submit expense reports and purchase orders as needed.
• Serve as a team player for the organization, shifting priorities with flexibility.
• Cultivate strong relationships with others by responding and resolving matters promptly.
• Complete other assigned duties in a timely manner.
• This position requires at least an Associate Degree in Business or similar field and at least 2 years equivalent experience. This position also requires the occasional use of company vehicles, a clean driving record for one year or more is required to meet requirements.
• Communicate effectively with all levels of management and team members within the organization.
• Sustain a “can-do” attitude, with no task too great or too small.
This position requires the ability to stand, and, walk, 4 to 5 hours at a time, climb stairs, reach and bend. The position also requires that the candidate to be able to read basic chemical labels and write in complete sentences in submitting reports and assessments. This position also requires basic computer knowledge for scheduling and basic payroll tasks, which would require good manual dexterity. The position may also require the ability to lift over 30 pounds occasionally.
This job is performed primarily indoors in a variety of settings including office, warehouse, guest units, and all public areas. Exposure to loud noises, dust, dirt, and smoke may occur. Protective safety clothing may occasionally be required including appropriate clothing, shoes, gloves, and goggles as needed. Activities include extended periods of standing or sitting.