Responsible for the administration and implementation of activities related to human resources functions of BHR. Oversees a team of two HR staff members, and together the team ensures all HR needs of 200 BHR employees are met.
RESPONSIBLE TO: Chief Executive Officer
Bachelor's degree and at least two years of personnel management experience.
Current knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations related to employment practices.
Ability to interpret and apply policies to a variety of situations.
Ability to analyze complex problems and create viable options for solving them.
Ability to manage programs and projects.
Ability to conduct thorough and impartial investigations.
Ability to communicate effectively.
Ability to establish a sound working partnership with customers served.
Current WA State driver's license or have requested and obtained an appropriate accommodation.
TYPICAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Develops and implements procedures for recruitment of new agency employees using agency non-discrimination and affirmative action guidelines.
Meets with managers to discuss staffing needs; develop job descriptions; establish salaries
Provides general orientation to all new employees and ensures compliance with government required record keeping.
Conducts and participates in research, surveys and evaluation as related to salary and benefits administration. Makes recommendations for adjustments and changes.
Conducts job analyses and evaluations of jobs. Prepares job descriptions and job specifications.
Develops procedures and reports related to staff activities (productivity reports, performance reviews, leave time, disciplinary action).
Conducts investigations into complaints of discrimination and/or harassment.
Maintains personnel files on agency employees to assure agency compliance with state and federal employment standards.
Participates on agency Safety Committee, Benefits Committee and Staff Development & Training Committee.
Acts in liaison capacity to union; meets with union representative on matters of contract interpretation and administration.
Monitors labor contract provisions; represents agency in collective bargaining negotiations and implementation of grievance procedures.
Advises agency staff on appropriate procedures for implementing personnel actions, such as hire, transfer, performance review, disciplinary action and termination.
Drafts policy language as necessary for approval by Board of Directors to assure agency compliance with federal and state employment laws.
Participates in annual review of personnel policies with Board of Director; oversees implementation of personnel policies adopted by the Board; develops procedures to comply with agency personnel policies.
Attends Board of Directors and appropriate committee meetings; attends other agency meetings as required.
Represents BHR at appropriate interagency/community meetings.
Participates in planning process related to agency goals and objectives and budgeting.
Other duties as required.
The majority of duties are performed in an office environment. Minimal physical exertion is required. On occasion may be required to attend training or meetings outside the office.
Ability to use a computer approximately 90% of the time.
Ability to sit for extended periods of time approximately 85% of the time.
Ability to communicate by phone approximately 50% of the time.
Stooping, kneeling, and reaching approximately 2% of the time.
Lifting approximately 2% of the time.
Talking and expressing or exchanging ideas approximately 80% of the time.
Ability to travel locally approximately 20% of the time.