Working in accordance with the established mission, policies, and procedures, the Human Resources Director is responsible for planning, coordinating and administering the personnel activities for the Community including screening, interviewing, and training all exempt and non-exempt employees.
Essential Job Duties:
Recruits personnel and ensures compliance with federal, state and local laws plus applicable Community policies and procedures.
Prepares and places all advertisements and in‑house job postings.
Processes all employment applications.
With the hiring team screens and interviews for all exempt and non‑exempt positions.
Handles all correspondence with applicants.
Maintains all applications on file for future openings.
Completes all paperwork and maintains on‑going personnel folders for all employees.
Assists in the development and the administration of all employee benefit programs, providing assistance in submitting claims, maintaining adequate supply of all necessary forms, reviewing coverages, evaluating performance of providers, serving as contact person for insurance carriers interested in offering employee benefits programs to Community.
Conducts compensation and classification studies on site and through professional associations, keeping abreast of trends and conditions in the business community.
Assists in the preparation of all job descriptions and specifications to ensure the integrity of the Community wage and salary system.
Assists in the development and coordination of Personnel Policy and Procedures Manual reviewing all items for consistency of style and content.
Maintains the Employee Handbook and Job Descriptions and Specifications preparing changes, additions and corrections as needed.
Ensures confidentiality of employee records, releasing authorized information regarding employment verification, following Community policy regarding all inquiries and routinely informs other staff of the requirements of the Community confidentiality policy.
Reviews and submits all Workmen’s Compensation reports, processing all medical and wage claims, maintaining required logs, preparing necessary reports, analyzing injury logs, submitting recommendations to supervisors regarding areas of concern.
Gathers, reviews and disseminates information on employee safety and health, keeping abreast of changes in OSHA requirements and informing the Safety Committee and appropriate staff where applicable.
Processes all unemployment compensation claims and inquiries, completing all requests for information, conferring with the unemployment compensation consultant regarding claims and bills.
Reviews and maintains on file all employee incident reports.
Conducts training seminars and workshops for staff relating to unemployment compensation, Workman’s Compensation, employee safety, equal employment opportunity and affirmative action, employee benefits, personnel policies and procedures, disciplinary action, termination and other matters, as required.
Serves as resource for supervisory staff, explaining and interpreting personnel procedures and the implications of applicable laws and regulations, assisting, as needed, in the completion of necessary documentation of personnel matters by supervisory staff relating to disciplinary action, termination and evaluation.
Processes all Personnel Action Requests to ensure accuracy and compliance with Community policies and procedures.
Serves as representative for employees and acts in a conciliatory role concerning employee grievances, conferring with and counseling employees regarding personnel policies and procedures, benefits, employee relations, and work related, personal and professional concerns.
Coordinates all general orientation and reorientation programs for new employees.
Coordinates staff development, in-service and out service training programs, assisting department heads in the development and implementation of short‑range and long‑range training programs, surveying and evaluating these training programs to determine adequacy, effectiveness and appropriateness, implementing changes, through cooperation and consultation with department heads, as needed.
Attends in-service training and education sessions, as assigned.
Performs specific work duties and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor.
Arbol fully embraces a culture of hospitality. To that end, we include the following hospitality promises as a guide for our interpersonal interactions with residents, co-workers, and guests:
1. We greet residents, employees and guests warmly, by name and with a smile.
2. We treat everyone with courteous respect.
3. We strive to anticipate resident, employee and guest needs and act accordingly.
4. We listen and respond enthusiastically in a timely manner.
5. We hold ourselves and one another accountable.
6. We embrace and value our differences.
7. We make residents, employees and guests feel important.
8. We ask “Is there anything else I can do for you?”
9. We maintain high levels of professionalism, both in conduct and appearance, at all times.
10. We pay attention to details.
Arbol employees are expected to promote a healthy community culture for all residents and employees. This is a whole-person approach to health and wellness which includes eight dimensions of wellness: Emotional, Environmental, Health Services, Intellectual, Physical, Social, Spiritual and Vocational. Through these efforts we can ensure and exceed residents’ wellness needs relating to their mind, body and soul, which may also have a positive effect on the employees, as a result.
Bachelor degree in Human Resources Management or related field.
A minimum of three to five years’ human resources generalist experience preferably in a customer service environment.
Comprehensive knowledge of state and federal labor regulations, personnel administration, employee relations, compensation and benefits administration, recruiting and selection, and training and development.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORKING CONDITIONS:
Must be able to move throughout the building and grounds as needed throughout the day; must be able to lift up to 30 lbs. Good visual and hearing acuity required; good verbal communication skills required. Must be able to speak English. May be exposed to communicable diseases, and blood and body fluids that may contain HIV and/or HBV. May be exposed to cleaning chemicals and offensive odors.
I have read my Job Description. I understand the information contained in the Job Description. I further understand that this Job Description is not intended and should not be construed as an exhaustive list of all the responsibilities, skills, efforts or PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/ WORKING CONDITIONS associated with my job. I may be required to perform additional tasks necessary to meet standards of quality and care.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $75,000.00 – $80,000.00 per year
Ability to commute/relocate:
Work Location: One location