Function as the Human Resources Representative under the direction of the Director, Human Resources. Primarily provide HR support in the areas of talent acquisition, employee relations, employee events and recognition programs.
Fulfill on-going recruitment needs for replacement, new headcount, and temporary positions with Susan G. Komen. Includes but not limited to sourcing, screening, scheduling interviews, checking references, etc. Collaborate with management team to develop offers of employment and extend verbal offers. Prepares written offer letters of employment and follow up to acceptance or closure. Ensure that salary administration guidelines are followed to maintain internal equity. Facilitate on-boarding activities for new staff including advance communications regarding first-day expectations. Serve as a Human Resources liaison to the Fun Raisers recognition team and as a point of contact for assigned recognition and reward programs. Oversees the planning of various employee events. Guide or facilitate the selection of employee gifts or prizes to be awarded at various events. Ensures the most efficient use of budgeted funds and collaborates cross-departmentally to ensure that event timing is appropriate with other Komen activities. Administer and oversee the Komen Kudos Recognition Program. Ensure employee database is current, Komen Kudos are properly credited and selected perks are distributed accurately and timely. Schedule and conduct exit interviews for departing employees and consolidate findings to ensure that trends in feedback are noted and escalated to HR management. Ensure that all expenses, credit cards, badges, equipment, and related materials are properly resolved. Coordinate with managers of departing staff. Serve as a point of contact to non-managerial employees to address employee relations issues. Work with appropriate parties to ensure appropriate action is taken to correct problems. Assist management and employees with the interpretation of company policies and procedures, programs and initiatives. Provides cross-team support for a wide variety of HR programs and communications. Performs other duties as assigned.
Describe minimum (type and amount) of experience required for competent performance in the job.
Successful candidate must have a bachelors degree in HR, Communications, or a related field or equivalent combination of education and experience, with more than 2 years HR generalist and recruiting experience. Working knowledge of employment laws relative to hiring and selection. Must have experience managing recruiting using a variety of sourcing techniques, including digital/internet resources. Possess an equal comfort in recruiting candidates from entry level through management.
Demonstrated success handling sensitive employee relations matters with discretion and sound judgment. Polished communication skills that reflect confidence in messaging for a general audience and the demonstrated ability to listen and understand employee concerns.
Describe preferred (type and amount) of experience for competent performance in the job.
Knowledge of ADP Workforce Now Recruiting Module. Previous not-for-profit and/or technical recruitment experience a plus.
Describe specialized knowledge requirements of the position.
Some employee events may occasionally occur on evenings and/or weekends. Intermediate-level proficiency with MS Office products utilizing Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel and Microsoft Word.