HR Manager (20 hrs a wk)

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Location SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94134, California
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HR Manager (20 hrs a wk) - Job Summary

The Human Resources Manager will serve as a resource for staff regarding agency policy and benefits, develops appropriate HR systems, oversees all personnel files, assists in hiring and terminations, and conducts benefits and compensation reviews comparisons.

Most importantly, this individual will assist us in the development of workplace values and norms so that all can be invested in maintaining a supportive work environment.

Job Highlights
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Develops and implements HR systems as needed
Answers Employees questions about Employee and Benefit-related issues
Updates Agency Personnel Manual (biannually)
Coordinates Annual Employee Reviews
Oversee Staff Development and Suggests Staff Trainings
Works with Managers/ Directors to Fill Job Openings, and Oversees On-Boarding, and Employee Terminations
Maintains and Updates all Staff Personnel Files (as needed for compliance)
Conducts Research into Benefit/Salary Comparisons (annually)
Attends Trainings and Researches to stay in compliance with employee law and benefits
Keeps Sub Contractor's paperwork up to date
Identifies problems, implements solutions and routinely suggest FIR improvements to ED
Helps create a unified team by developing workplace values and norms
Facilitate complex and sensitive employee relations matters/ management issues to resolutions within company guidelines.
Think strategically and creatively
Routinely surveys employee satisfaction
Job Details
Compliance:

Understands, works in compliance with, and maintains knowledge of requirements under all laws associated with personnel and human resources standards, including requirements for licensed child care facilities
Establishes record keeping systems; maintains HR records in compliance with legal requirements
Tracks documentation required for new hires; ensures completion of all paperwork and filing of documents in employee personnel records
Ensures that employee performance reviews are completed in a timely fashion and filed in personnel files
Regularly audits personnel records, ensuring that personnel documentation is up to date and on file
Other:

Develops and implements an annual work plan, making sure that timelines for goals are met
Helps develop workplace values and norms so all can be invested in maintaining a supportive workplace environment
Creates and implements a survey to evaluate employee satisfaction at FC (2x per year)
Routinely suggests to the Executive Director improvements to Family Connections' systems, methods of operating and approaches to HR matters, in order to maintain the highest quality of personnel
Qualifications

College degree in business or human resources field with a minimum four years’ experience as Human Resource professional
Proven ability to work well with people in a supportive and cooperative manner
Knowledge of personnel law
Excellent written and oral communication skills; excellent organizational skills
Demonstrated ability to work accurately and in a timely fashion to meet deadlines,
Expertise in word processing, spreadsheet and data base applications
Friendly, tactful, professional mannerisms
Proven ability to maintain confidentiality
This is a part-time, hourly, non- exempt position, 20 hours a week. Schedule is flexible.

Job Type: Part-time

Local candidates only:

Job Summary

The Human Resources Manager will serve as a resource for staff regarding agency policy and benefits, develops appropriate HR systems, oversees all personnel files, assists in hiring and terminations, and conducts benefits and compensation reviews comparisons.

Most importantly, this individual will assist us in the development of workplace values and norms so that all can be invested in maintaining a supportive work environment.

Job Highlights
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Develops and implements HR systems as needed
Answers Employees questions about Employee and Benefit-related issues
Updates Agency Personnel Manual (biannually)
Coordinates Annual Employee Reviews
Oversee Staff Development and Suggests Staff Trainings
Works with Managers/ Directors to Fill Job Openings, and Oversees On-Boarding, and Employee Terminations
Maintains and Updates all Staff Personnel Files (as needed for compliance)
Conducts Research into Benefit/Salary Comparisons (annually)
Attends Trainings and Researches to stay in compliance with employee law and benefits
Keeps Sub Contractor's paperwork up to date
Identifies problems, implements solutions and routinely suggest FIR improvements to ED
Helps create a unified team by developing workplace values and norms
Facilitate complex and sensitive employee relations matters/ management issues to resolutions within company guidelines.
Think strategically and creatively
Routinely surveys employee satisfaction
Job Details
Compliance:

Understands, works in compliance with, and maintains knowledge of requirements under all laws associated with personnel and human resources standards, including requirements for licensed child care facilities
Establishes record keeping systems; maintains HR records in compliance with legal requirements
Tracks documentation required for new hires; ensures completion of all paperwork and filing of documents in employee personnel records
Ensures that employee performance reviews are completed in a timely fashion and filed in personnel files
Regularly audits personnel records, ensuring that personnel documentation is up to date and on file
Other:

Develops and implements an annual work plan, making sure that timelines for goals are met
Helps develop workplace values and norms so all can be invested in maintaining a supportive workplace environment
Creates and implements a survey to evaluate employee satisfaction at FC (2x per year)
Routinely suggests to the Executive Director improvements to Family Connections' systems, methods of operating and approaches to HR matters, in order to maintain the highest quality of personnel
Qualifications

College degree in business or human resources field with a minimum four years’ experience as Human Resource professional
Proven ability to work well with people in a supportive and cooperative manner
Knowledge of personnel law
Excellent written and oral communication skills; excellent organizational skills
Demonstrated ability to work accurately and in a timely fashion to meet deadlines,
Expertise in word processing, spreadsheet and data base applications
Friendly, tactful, professional mannerisms
Proven ability to maintain confidentiality
This is a part-time, hourly, non- exempt position, 20 hours a week. Schedule is flexible.

Job Type: Part-time

Local candidates only:

San Francisco, CA 94134
Required experience:

HR Generalist & Employee Relations: 4 years
Required education:

Bachelor's
Required experience:

HR Generalist & Employee Relations: 4 years
Required education:

Bachelor's

Company: SFHR


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