Company Name: Schuler Scholar Program
Are you an HR professional who can perform the day to day operations of HR and would like the opportunity to develop the HR department of a growing not-for-profit? Are you looking for an organization that is mission driven and makes a difference in the lives of high school students? If so, you might be the right person for us.
We are seeking an experienced HR professional interested in doing it all. The focus of the work is day-to-day but experience in employee relations, policy analysis and implementation is highly regarded. The ideal HR candidate should be culture focused, team-oriented, analytic and able to provide consistent HR leadership and support for the Schuler Scholar Program. Responsibilities of this position are specific to: payroll, Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS), employee relations, on-boarding and off-boarding, training and development, benefits, compensation, and organizational development. The HR Generalist reports directly to the Executive Director and is a key member of the Schuler Leadership Team. The successful candidate will directly impact our culture and employee experience.
Act as the face of HR while communicating and fostering organizational values
Process payroll, benefit enrollments, open enrollment, etc.
Maintain payroll, HRIS and other platforms for all required HR and payroll processes and transactions, including providing HR data and analysis
Develop and implement HR strategy in line with projected growth
Administer and innovate human resources programs and policies to support our mission and culture, and to positively engage the workforce
Manage all employee relations, including performance and grievance issues, across the organization
Develop and implement HR related policies, including staffing, staff training programs, employment policies, compliance, and communication channels to facilitate an efficient and conflict-free workplace
Lead employee onboarding, off-boarding, training and development
Analyze, recommend, and administer compensation and benefit plans,
Prepare human resources operating budgets
Create, coordinate and administer staff performance and development systems
Manage organization-wide employee HR communications
Advise leadership on all human resources issues with broad and current subject matter knowledge that includes expertise in federal and state employment laws
Strong emotional intelligence and experience with multi-cultural competency a must
Collaborative and team oriented
Aptitude in problem-solving and conflict management
Excellent communication skills to handle complex and difficult situations with thought and confidence
Collect and analyze HR data for regular updates to leadership
Skilled at soliciting input from people at all levels
Demonstrated ability to provide vision and leadership
In-depth knowledge and/or experience in building an HR practice and department
Previously drove HR strategy and built strong relationships across an organization
Ability to deliver appropriate information to the right people in a straightforward, sensible way
Well-organized, self-starter, multi-tasker
Bachelors degree required. Certification from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) a plus.
Qualified applicants will have a minimum of five years of work experience in the human resource field.
Commensurate with experience
If interested, please submit resume to:
Amanda Marshall, Director of Recruiting by clicking "Apply Now".