Job Title: Human Resources Generalist
Reports to: Director of Organizational Development
The Human Resources Generalist provides day-to-day support of Human Resources operations. Administers payroll and benefits programs.
- Benefits Administration: Administers employee benefit programs and services. Processes new hires and conducts open enrollment meetings. Conducts annual review of benefits program and makes recommendations. Reconciles monthly benefit statements and approves invoices for payment.
- 401(k) Administration: processes 401(k) payments and paperwork, prepares reports, reconciles deposits, distributes statements, and answers questions for staff.
- Payroll Administration: Processes bi-weekly payroll and prepares reports.
- Personnel files: Maintains the employee record retention system.
- New Hire Orientation: prepares new hires packages and conducts orientations. Processes new hire documentation.
- Assists employees with understanding of Human Resources policies and procedures.
- Recruiting Assistance: Provides recruiting support, including posting job ads, sorting resumes, scheduling interviews, and performing reference checks.
- Verifies I-9 documentation.
- Updates HR spreadsheet(s) and/or database.
- Assists with processing termination paperwork.
- Processes workers’ compensation claims, responds to inquiries, provides required documentation and reports.
- Assists with event planning.
- Responds to government requests for information.
- Maintains compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment and prepares reports in conformance with legislated requirements.
- Processes employee paperwork.
- Coordinates use of temporary employees.
- Conducts research and analyzes data as necessary.
- Prepares internal employee communications.
- Prepares reports, including payroll, compensation, and benefits.
- Performs other duties as assigned or needed to support the HR department.
- Ability to function as part of a professional team.
- Ability to handle confidential information in a professional manner.
- Ability to prepare and present information in an orderly fashion.
- Knowledge of HR practices and principals.
- Knowledge of legal issues relating to personnel records.
- Ability to communicate effectively and clearly with others.
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
Minimum AA degree or certificate in Human Resources or related field; BA/BS preferred.
Minimum 4 years Human Resources experience.
PHR/SPHR Certification preferred.
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