1) Responsible for human resource planning and staffing by seeing that the agency has the people that are needed in the required positions in a timely manner. 2) Must work closely with the Executive Director and the Corporate Office to manage the human resource and employee relations functions to ensure the maximum productivity with the corporation's budge limitations; this means keeping jobs filled and employees motivated through the corporation's compensation, benefits and communications activities. 3) Ensure the programs include objective and defensible elements for job evaluation and a salary program that includes internal fairness and external competitiveness in our industry within the budget restrictions of the agency. 4) Maintain competitive benefit programs for the company. 5) Manage the day-to-day benefits activity throughout the organization in a current manner. 6) Ensure timely resolution of benefits claims and employee requests. 7) Maintain current working knowledge of benefits laws and IRS requirements to ensure the company compliance with laws and regulations regarding benefits. 8) Work closely with other directors and managers to develop needed management or other business-related training programs. For example, the Director of Human Resources must be able to design, implement and personally conduct such training programs for supervisors as "How to Hire, Discipline and Terminate Employees in Order to Avoid Unnecessary Litigation" and perform or arrange other necessary annual trainings. 9) Must be able to design and implement employee communications programs in order to ensure on-going, positive up and down communications throughout the organization. 10) Maintain a current working knowledge of all state, federal and local laws as they pertain to the human resource function in order to ensure compliance in a timely manner. 11) Maintain all personnel policies and procedures in a current manner; write and revise policies as needed. 12) Manage, monitor and evaluate corporate support staff: Corporate Administrative Assistant, HR Assistants, and any other staff under the direction of HR. 13) Responsible for management, monitoring and maintenance of the Human Resources Information System and its link with the payroll function. 14) Provide guidance and expertise to employees, supervisors, directors, and the Executive Director in the management of the total human resources of the organization in a positive, flexible, and consistent manner. 15) Responsible for other such related duties that will affect and encourage the development of and retention of corporate personnel.
Bachelors Business Administration and/or applicable to field
Experience preferred in Human Resources Management.
Be able to provide own transportation; adequate insurance coverage if vehicle needed for on-the-job use; Criminal Background Check; Protective Services Record Check; initial Health Assessment and required updates; annual TB Risk Assessment or TB screening by Mantoux method. The employee must occasionally lift and or move up to 15 pounds.
c/o Patricia McFarland
146 Terrace Manor
Fairmont, WV 26554