The Human Resources Generalist (HRG) will provide ‘real time’ solutions, HR tools and expertise for executives, managers and employees as they lead, manage and work to achieve business and technical goals. The HRG is responsible for designing and administering human resource procedures focused on recruiting and staffing, change management, employee relations, performance management, administration of compensation and benefits and other activities needed to carry out the company’s human resources strategy, goals and programs.
- Deliver regular HR programs and processes using sound understanding of the business needs of the organization. This includes performance reviews, promotion process, pay review, hiring and headcount management.
- Develop recruiting and retention strategies and succession planning process.
- Facilitate clear, effective communication of corporate messages, policies and practices in ways that build commitment (as opposed to compliance).
- Provide input for HR programs, processes and policies to improve efficiency and effectiveness for the whole organization.
- Provide managers and employees with HR tools and knowledge to increase their professional effectiveness. Work with them to solve immediate issues in real-time.
- Work closely with key managers to identify and address employee relations, performance and group issues in ways that build healthy, and productive work environments.
- Lead HR initiatives and task forces as assigned.
- Model leadership, management and communication skills for the rest of the organization.
- 7 plus years Human Resources Generalist experience.
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Industrial Relations, or equivalent.
- Proven knowledge of HR core competencies: benefits, compensation, employment laws and regulations, job definitions, training and development.
- Thorough knowledge of current federal, state, and local Human Resources-related laws, regulations, trends and issues.
- Ability to forge and maintain strategic business partnerships, history of building credibility and relationships. Natural collaborator.
- Ability to interface effectively at all levels of the organization.
- Ability to analyze data and create and communicate options to meet desired business objectives.
- Strong interpersonal and organizational leadership qualities.
- The ability to think strategically and implement flawlessly.