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Living Care Human Resource Manager in US, Washington

Do you possess a passion for working with Seniors? Do you take pride in generating a well-trained and productive team through recruitment, education, and review? We are seeking an engaged and proactive Human Resources Manager to cultivate a happy, productive team. As an HR Manager, you’ll market the community to prospective employees as an employee-centric place to work. You’ll ensure their success by overseeing all training and development, and by empowering department managers to develop the best in their teams. By providing positive recognition and presenting worthwhile feedback you will instill a sense of value within each team member, the department, and the community. Benefits offered: Paid time off Health insurance (for full time) Dental insurance (for full time) Retirement benefits or accounts Education assistance or tuition reimbursement Workplace perks such as meal and coffee Variable schedule options Purpose: The Human Resources Manager (HRM) manages the day-to-day operations of the Human Resource and Payroll functions of the Community. Minimum Eligibility Requirements: · Two-year degree in Business, Human Resources or Accounting required, Bachelor’s degree preferred. · Minimum of 3 years of experience required in Human Resources preferred. · Minimum of 2 years of experience in bookkeeping, including but not limited to A/R, A/P, and payroll preferred · Previous supervisory experience required. · Specialized training in employment law, compensation, organizational planning, organization development, employee relations, safety, training, and preventive labor relations preferred. · Intermediate computer skill proficiency including Word, Excel, accounting, and HRIS software. · Must be able to read, comprehend, write, and speak English to communicate effectively with residents, families, visitors, other team members, and vendors. · Must be detail-oriented and possess strong organizational skills. · Able to maintain a high level of confidentiality. · Excellent interpersonal, coaching, and conflict resolution skills. · Ability to convey difficult and challenging information to all levels of the organization. · Articulate communicator and ability to interpret and explain statistical data to a wide range of audiences. · Solid commitment to customer or employee service · Must have a strong commitment to customer service and desire to exceed customer expectations. · Must meet all health-related requirements pertaining to state regulatory agencies. · Must maintain current CPR/First Aid credentials · Must maintain current Food Handlers credentials · Must maintain annual Continuing Education Credits · Must be able to perform duties and responsibilities (Essential Job Functions) with or without reasonable accommodation. · Subject to pre-employment screening including drug and TB testing and criminal background check. Essential Functions: · Recruiting: Ensures effective recruiting and hiring for location including coaching, training, and providing tools to managers, coordinating process, proactive communication with possible future employees, timely follow-up with all candidates throughout the process, etc. · Training and development: Manage all new hires and ongoing training for building to ensure regulatory compliance and skill development at all stages of employment. Keeps track and monitors all building-level training for effectiveness. Assist in providing managers with necessary tools and material to provide quality training. Assists with career track development. · Performance management: Trains all managers on company performance management process and tools. Ensures staff are reviewed timely and consistently. Reviews all written documentation given to staff for discipline. Ensures timely follow-up on success plans and discipline. Escalates to home office per policy. · Payroll Benefits management: Oversees execution of payroll and benefits functions at the building level. Presents benefits orientation to all new employees and is the primary point of contact for outside vendors regarding all benefits. Participates in competitive wage and benefit surveys locally. Ensures timely and accurate payroll. Ensures managers are trained on all aspects of HRIS/Payroll system. · Worker’s Compensation: Responsible to manage worker’s compensation process to include managing process for employees, reviewing, and processing claims, recommending loss control strategies, ensuring program conformance to applicable laws, regulations, and company standards, preparing required reports, and monitoring and evaluating all related activities. · Compliance: Ensures local, state, and federal compliance at the community for all employee-related activities including (but not limited to) new hire and ongoing paperwork needs, payroll, and benefit-related compliance and safety, etc. Protects the interests of employees and the company. Helps maintain minimum company exposure to lawsuits. · Employee Relations: Is the primary employee relations contact for all building employees. Drives recognition program and ensures morale-building plan. Facilitates all-staff meetings and other meetings as assigned. Assists with employee communication and feedback through such avenues as company meetings, suggestion programs, employee satisfaction surveys, newsletters, employee focus groups, and one-on-one meetings. Conducts exit interview process and articulates findings and related suggestions to the company. · HRIS: Maintains HR technology, ensures accuracy of data at all times, prepares, and analyzes reports to management, and ensures building’s full utilization of software. · Misc.: Remains current with local, state, and federal employment law and accepted human resources standards of practice, and seeks learning opportunities for professional growth in human resources practices