Website West Minster Communities
The Human Resources Generalist provides support to our communities with multiple HR issues. Ensures implementation and compliance of policies relating to: unemployment, worker’s compensation, employee orientation & training, drug screening, benefit programs and all other Westminster policies. When the need arises, subs as the HR Director at a community. This position is a road-warrior (75% travel). Seeking to fill a full-time position at WSI. EOE, DFWP – “We honor those who have served.”
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Serves as primary support of HRIS and Paycard system.
- Subs as an HR Director at a given community.
- Trains new HR Directors in communities as needed.
- Assists in recruiting, hiring and retaining key personnel, such as Management Services office personnel, administrators and assistant administrators.
- When called upon or instructed by supervisor, assists communities in the recruitment, hiring, retaining and termination if employees.
- Assists as assigned in responding to EEOC, Wage & Hour Issues and other personnel problems.
- Audits Human Resources’ files to ensure they are in compliance with Westminster Services’ standards and laws.
- Drafts and updates Human Resources Standards and Guidelines.
- Ensures implementation of policies, including compliance with policies relating to: unemployment, worker’s compensation, employee orientation & training, drug screening, benefits programs and all other Westminster policies.
- Serves employees, develops standards and human resource programs.
- Serves as presenter at the communities during Open Enrollment, Policy Roll-outs, Wellness Initiatives, rtc.
This job description is not to be construed as a complete listing of the assignments and responsibilities assigned to any employee; nor are such assignments restricted to those precisely listed in the description. This job description may change from time to time as the needs of the organization change.
Experience, Basic Knowledge and Abilities:
- Knowledge of the basic principles and current practices of Human Resource management especially as it relates to federal, state and local law.
- Five (5) years progressive experience in Human Resources in a service organization.
- Computer literate (MS Office Suite), HRIS and Internet services.
- Strong oral and written communication skills.
- Strong organizational and analytical skills.
- Act and respond in a professional manner, with an ability to cope with the emotional stress if this position.
PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS:
- Sitting for long periods of time, repetitive movements at office equipment.
- Writing, turning and grasping pages, phoning, typing.
- Speaking and writing English in an understandable manner.
- Moving among work stations, buildings and facilities: car travel.
- Climbing ladders and crawling in tight spaces to make inspections.
- Lift, lower, push and pull: using careful judgment when performing these tasks.
- (Generally work not is required to handle over 35lbs.)
- Extensive travel as required (75% of the time)
Bachelors or better in Bachelors degree or related field.
5 years: Five (5) years progressive experience in Human Resources in a service organization.
Licenses & Certifications
PHR or SHRM-CP Certified
SPHR or SHRM-SCP Cert
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