Littleton, Colorado, United States
We are looking for an HR Manager to oversee several aspects of Human Resources practices and processes. What is an HR Manager? To us, an HR manager is the go-to person for all employee-related issues. This means that your HR manager duties will involve managing activities such as job design, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, training & development and talent management. The job of an HR manager is important to business success. People are our most important asset and you’ll be the one to help ensure we have a happy and productive workplace. Promoting corporate values and shaping a positive culture is a vital aspect of any member to our HR team.
- Oversee and design the corporate recruitment strategy and initiatives by maintaining organizational staffing levels through the full life cycle of recruiting
- Develop and update job descriptions and job specifications
- Provide advice regarding employee relations concerns
- Serve as a business partner within the organization
- Determine appropriate intervention techniques and facilitate effective interpersonal communication among associates and managers
- Conduct exit interviews, analyze the data for trends, and recommend changes
- Ensure legal compliance, diminished liability, and exposure to the organization by monitoring and implementing applicable Human Resources federal and state requirements and best people practices
- Prepare special reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information and trends
- Maintain and update the Associate Handbook
- Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, and establishing personal networks
- Oversee the duties of the HR Specialists (3). Their areas of focus are:
- New Hire Onboarding
- Leaves of Absence
- Workers Compensation
- Behavioral Assessments
- Assist in the design and development of the corporate onboarding program
- Assist in the administration of the organization compensation program
- Perform biannual salary review
- Make salary recommendations for new associates or transferring internal associates
- Participate in salary surveys as needed
- Create and revise position profiles as needed
- Implement and execute sound management practices (e.g. assigning and delegating, enabling and coaching, establishing accountabilities, and evaluating and rewarding performance against desired outcomes)
- Plan and execute projects and plans against goals and budget (e.g., defining outcome, setting timelines, determining resources needed, monitoring and controlling costs) while showing the agility to adjust to changes as needed to support the business and achieve organizational goals
- Cultivate business relationships with other departments and offices, and providing positive and effective representation in meetings with internal and external partners
- Manage ongoing process improvements and the integration of new technology across the organization in order to increase flexibility, reduce administrative costs, and increase interactivity with customers
- Contribute to a team effort by accomplishing related results or projects as needed.
The preferred candidate will hold a Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university; five to seven years of Human Resources experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
The preferred candidate has noteworthy experience in the following areas:
- Working in a similar position within the Human Resources or related business area
- Three to five years high-volume recruiting experience
- HR Certifications are a PLUS
- Current working knowledge of HR programs and regulations
- Experience in handling employee relations issues and knowledge of intervention techniques.
- Technical and functional expertise with ADP HRMS
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Word, Excel, and Outlook
- Working knowledge of COBRA, HIPAA, and ERISA regulations and employee benefit law, policies, and procedures
While performing this job, it will require: Eight (8) hours or more a day of sitting; walking; standing; bending; answering the telephone; entering data into the computer; retrieving data from the computer or analyzing data from reports.