Human Resources Supervisor


Position Purpose:
Develop and organize all Human Resource activities and Facility/Computer/Telephone operations of the agency. Develop and implement recruitment, selection, compensation, benefits, and employee relations. Develop human resources policies and procedures and ensures compliance with applicable legislation and regulations.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
1.Plan, develop, and implement strategies for HR management. Prepare and manage employee data to ensure timely processing of maintenance and all phases of employment; including but not limited to, recruitment, hiring, promotions, terminations, affirmative action, employee insurance/benefits planning and implementation, retirement, payroll taxes, workers' compensation, and other information impacting employment and payroll.

2.Oversight of the payroll system in order to ensure the information is accurate and processed on a timely basis.

3.Maintain agency HR policies. Stay abreast of contemporary HR development theories and methods, and maintain policies in accordance with state and federal employment laws.
Provide interpretation for the executive director, managers and staff regarding agency's policies.

4. Establish and maintain appropriate systems for measuring HR development.

5.Develop facility and technology management plans, ensuring the day-to-day and long-range building and computer operations operate efficiently, and oversee equipment acquisitions as approved by the Executive Director.

6.Privacy Officer for FSR. Overall responsibility to oversee FSR's compliance with data privacy and security requirements under the Data Privacy Policy and Data Security Policy. The Privacy Officer's duties are described in Attachment A of the Data Privacy policy.

7.Manage the facility to maintain a safe work environment. Identify and maintain the day-to- day operations to ensure repairs are completed.

Other Responsibilities:
1.Communicate with contracted vendors such as building and grounds maintenance or computer maintenance and technology.
2.Participate on the HR and IT Committees.

Supervisory responsibility:
Direct supervisor for HR/Accounting Administrative Assistant and Building Technician positions.

Training and Experience:
Prefer a bachelor's degree in Human Resources or a related field plus two to four years of experience, with an emphasis in human resources, business, or accounting/payroll.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Desire advanced computer literacy in Excel, Word and accounting/payroll software (preferably Great Plains). Must possess skill in business arithmetic with high numeric aptitude and attention to detail. Knowledge of business principles with emphasis on general human resource functions and the ability to effectively organize and prioritize daily workload to accurately complete assignments within established deadlines. Must possess effective interpersonal communication, analytical and problem solving skills. Requires the ability to maintain a high level of professionalism while managing large volumes of complex and confidential information.

Special Requirements:
Willingness and ability to work additional time if needed to meet critical deadlines.

Physical Demands:
Must be able to regularly talk, hear, sit, and perform keystrokes to enter data entry with speed to insure work is completed in a timely fashion. Requires physical ability to routinely handle normal office materials and tools including frequently filing, lifting, and reaching; ability to move throughout office areas to complete work assignments.

Work environment:
Exposure to normal office heating and cooling systems and chemicals used for normal office equipment.