Human Resources Generalist

Summary: For Our Future 501c(4) / SuperPAC is seeking a Human Resources Generalist to work with the Director of Human Resources to manage the talent acquisition and human resource-related duties.  Please note this is a temporary position with an end date of November 30, 2018.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Assist the Human Resources Manager in the following areas:

  • Assists with the development and administration of programs, procedures, and guidelines to help align the workforce with the strategic goals of the organization.
  • Participates in developing department goals, objectives, and systems.
    Participates in administrative staff meetings and attends other meetings and seminars.
  • Maintain Onboarding Tracker for new hires.
  • Manages the development and maintenance of the Human Resources sections of both the Internet, particularly recruiting, culture, and company information; and intranet sites.
  • Maintains employee-related databases. Prepares and analyzes reports that are necessary to carry out the functions of the department and company. Prepares periodic reports for management, as necessary or requested.
  • Assist with the development and management of recruitment, training and retention budgets for the organization
  • Assists with the implementation of the performance management system that includes performance development plans (PDPs) and employee development programs.
  • Assists with the establishment of an in-house employee training system that addresses the organization's training needs including training needs assessment, new employee orientation or onboarding, management development, production cross-training.  
  • Assists managers with the selection and contracting of external training programs and consultants.
  • Provides necessary education and materials to managers and employees including workshops, manuals, employee handbooks, and standardized reports.
  • Maintains employee training records.
  • Assists with the development of Human Resources policies for the organization with regard to employee relations.
  • Recommends employee relations practices necessary to establish a positive employer-employee relationship and promote a high level of employee morale and motivation.
  • Participates in the conduct of investigations when employee complaints or concerns are brought forth.
  • Advises managers and supervisors about the steps in the progressive discipline system of the company. Counsels managers on employment issues.
  • Assists with the implementation of company safety and health programs. Tracks and posts OSHA-required data and files reports.
  • Assists with the monitoring of the company wage and salary structure and the variable pay systems within the company including bonuses and raises.
  • Provides payroll processing backup support. Partners with payroll to maintain the payroll database.
  • Participates in one salary survey per year.
  • Provides day-to-day benefits administration services. Assist employees with any claim issues.
    Develops and schedules benefits orientations and other benefits training.
  • Administers disability and worker's compensation claims.
    Recommends changes in benefits offered, especially new benefits aimed at employee satisfaction and retention.
  • Complies with all existing governmental and labor legal and government reporting requirements including any related to the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA), the Department of Labor, worker compensation, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), and so forth. Maintains minimal company exposure to lawsuits.
  • Protects the interests of employees and the company in accordance with company Human Resources policies and governmental laws and regulations.
  • Helps ​to monitor the organization's culture so that it supports the attainment of the company's goals and promotes employee satisfaction.

The Human Resources Generalist assumes other responsibilities as assigned by the Human Resources Manager.

 Qualifications: 

  • Minimum of a Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Human Resources, Business, or Organization Development or equivalent. 
  • Three to five plus years of progressive leadership experience in Human Resources positions.
  • Specialized training in employment law, compensation, organizational planning, organization development, employee relations, safety, training, and preventive labor relations, preferred.
  • Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification preferred, not required.
  • General knowledge of employment laws and practices.
  • Excellent computer skills in a Microsoft environment.
  • Familiarity with administering databases, payroll and benefits preferred.
  • Effective written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and coaching skills
  • Some travel is required.

These physical demands are representative of the physical requirements necessary for an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the Human Resources Generalist's job.

Reasonable accommodation can be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the described essential functions of the Human Resources Generalist's job.


While performing the responsibilities of the Human Resources Generalist's job, the employee is required to talk and hear. The employee is often required to sit and use their hands and fingers, to handle or feel and to manipulate keys on a keyboard.


The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, reach with arms and hands, climb or balance, and to stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Vision abilities required in this job include close vision

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

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