Human Resources Director
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The Human Resources Director works as a liaison between staff and administration. The primary responsibilities are to ensure proper calculation of employee time records and payroll; communicate relevant employment issues to all staff and supervisors; maintain all employment related records; develop and administer policies to keep current with changing legal practices; chair the safety committee; act as Loss Control Coordinator; conduct in-services on all required safety and personnel issues.
REPORTS TO: Administrator
Education: 4 year college degree in Human Resources or related field; or equivalent work experience.
Skills and Abilities Required:
- Ability to maintain confidentiality.
- Good interpersonal communication skills – verbal and written.
- Ability to make independent decisions.
- Ability to be flexible and adapt to changing priorities.
- Possess strong initiative and self-direction;
- Must possess strong organizational skills.
- Thorough knowledge of federal, state and local regulations related to human resources.
FUNDEMENTAL JOB DUTIES:
- Operate the Human Resources Department in accordance with the established policies and procedures of the governing body in compliance with federal, state and local regulations.
- Act as a liaison to the employees and administration.
- Maintain and ensure proper calculations of employee time records and process bi-weekly payroll.
- Prepare and balance all payroll reports for Department Heads and Administrator. Ensure all monthly, quarterly and annual payroll reports are completed.
- Prepare and distribute annual W-2’s to staff.
- Prepare and assist with audits of payroll, benefit plans, and any other employee related audits.
- Update written personnel policies, job descriptions and performance standards as necessary.
- Maintain systems to recruit, evaluate performance, promote and discharge employees.
- Maintain systems to assure confidentiality and safe storage of employee records in compliance with regulatory requirements.
- Arbitrate complaints and disputes concerning employees.
- Maintain, prepare and submit all required governmental reporting such as Affirmative Action Compliance Report, EEO-1, Vets-100A, etc.
- Maintain and conduct an effective new employee orientation program for all new hires.
- Responsible for benefit administration and planning.
- Responsible for Workman’s Compensation program administration. This includes but is not limited to: preparation and submission of 1st Reports of Injury, maintaining communication with workers compensation carrier, injured employee, employee’s supervisor and medical providers, actively pursue a return to work plan for injured workers.
- Chair Safety Committee and conduct monthly meetings.
SECONDARY JOB DUTIES:
- Perform other related duties as directed by your supervisor.
- Come to work in neat, clean attire and consistently present an appropriate professional appearance. Wear nametag at all times.
- Maintains an effective working relationship with all staff.
- Observe all infection control policies and procedures.
- Observe all facility safety policies and procedures
- Observe all Residents’ Rights policies and procedures.
- To follow rules and regulations of facility and department as stated in the employee handbook and department procedure manuals.
- May perform reasonably similar or related duties as assigned.
- Must be able to occasionally lift and carry up to 20 pounds.