|Hours per Week:||40|
The HR generalist performs human resources-related duties and may carry out responsibilities in some or all of the following functional areas: training, employment, labor relations, and affirmative action and employment equity programs. Will perform duties related to finance and payroll as directed.
The Human Resources Generalist assists as needed in the implementation of people-related services, policies, and programs; reports to the Human Resources Director; and assists and advises hospital employees about Human Resources issues.
- Assists with the implementation of Human Resources programs. Identifies opportunities for improvement and works through Human Resource Director to resolve problems.
- Leads recruitment process.
- Responsible for Affordable Care Act monthly reports
- Assists HR Director with attorneys, training specialists, and assists with coordination of hospital use of insurance brokers, insurance carriers, pension administrators, and other outside sources.
- Continuing study of all Human Resources policies, programs, and practices to assist HR Director stay informed of new developments.
- Facilitates the preparation and maintenance of such reports as are necessary to carry out the functions of the department. Prepares periodic reports for manager, as necessary or requested.
- Assists in development of programs, procedures, and guidelines to help align the workforce with the strategic goals of the hospital.
- Participates in executive, management, and hospital staff meetings and attends other meetings and seminars as directed and in the absence of the HR Director.
- Assists with maintaining policies and objectives for the hospital on any topic associated with employee relations and employee rights.
- Will help establish a positive employer-employee relationship and promote a high level of employee morale and motivation.
- Assists with storage and retention of the progressive discipline system and employee records of the hospital.
- Assists with documentation related to the hospital safety and health programs. Assists in compiling the OSHA-required data.
- Assists with compiling reports with the State and Federal government.
- Provides benefits orientation and other benefits training for employees and their families.
- Assists in identifying hospital compliance with all existing governmental and labor legal and government reporting requirements including any related Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), the Department of Labor (DOL), worker compensation, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and so forth.
- Protects the interests of employees and the hospital in accordance with hospital Human Resources policies and governmental laws and regulations. Minimizes risk.
- Documents employee communication and feedback in areas such as hospital meetings, suggestion programs, employee satisfaction surveys, and one-on-one meetings.
- Provides support for General Orientation, Employee Recognition, and Tuition Reimbursement programs
- Keeps the Human Resource Director, informed of significant problems that jeopardize the achievement of hospital processes and goals.
- Assumes other responsibilities as assigned by the Human Resource Director.
- Bachelor’s degree in related field from an accredited educational institution.
- Specialized training in employment law, compensation, organizational planning, organizational development, safety, training, or Healthcare employment policies.
- Master’s Degree in related field from an accredited educational institution.
- PHR Certification preferred.
Perceive the nature of sounds by the ear, express or exchange ideas by means of spoken word, perceive characteristics of objects through the eyes, extend arms and hands in any direction, seize, hold, grasp, turn, or otherwise work with hands, pick, pinch, or otherwise work with fingers, perceive such attributes of objects or materials as size, shape, temperature, or texture; and stoop, kneel crouch, and crawl. Must be able to lift 25 pounds maximum with frequent lifting, carrying pushing, and pulling of objects weighing up to 10 pounds. Continuous sitting. Must be able to identify, match, and distinguish colors.