The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for overseeing, maintaining, and improving the day-to-day HR operations for 5 US based satellite offices.  This role acts as a of contact for HR related matters and owns the functional areas of onboarding/off-boarding, assists with the recruiting process, as well as other project based initiatives.

 Essential functions of the job include but are not limited to:

  • Manage the complete onboarding/off-boarding process for employees which includes new hire orientation, manager communication, preparing new hire meeting agendas, background checks, data entry into key systems, etc.
  • Conduct new hire follow up meetings, collect data and be able to provide feedback to managers and senior leaders
  • Compile data for the Affirmative Action plan and help identify outreach efforts to increase visibility of open positions
  • Draft and distribute employee communications as necessary, i.e. new hires, engagement events, training initiatives, etc.
  • Lead key HR initiatives and be able to rollout new HR programs to assigned office locations
  • Collaborate with colleagues on the HR team to develop improved policies, programs, and solutions
  • Answer employee questions and troubleshoot HR system issues
  • Audit key records and validate current HR practices
  • File, organize, and scan confidential records such as employee folders, I-9s, and quality training binder requirements etc.
  • Perform special projects of various nature to enhance employee culture
  • Facilitate the interview process by scheduling recruiter phone screens, coordinating in-person interviews and acting as the main point of contact between candidates and Precision related to scheduling etc.
  • Draft and send out internal and external job opportunity email campaigns (Monthly Job Opportunities)
  • Run daily ATS reporting, track open headcount and prepare presentations as needed to distribute to the business.
  • Responsible for opening/closing requisitions in the ATS to keep all records updated in real time
  • Other duties as assigned



Minimum Required:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management or equivalent field of study
  • 2-3 years relevant experience in a Human Resources role


Other Required:

  • Exceptional organizational, customer service, interpersonal communication skills with the flexibility to thrive in a fast paced, changing environment and the ability to actively participate and sometimes lead cross functional teams
  • Knowledge of federal and state employment regulations
  • Demonstrated knowledge in all areas of HR to include but not be limited to, onboarding, training, performance reviews, and compliance
  • Strong interpersonal and negotiation skills
  • Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills
  • Detail oriented and ability to manage multiple priorities
  • Proficient with MS Office tools (Word, Excel PowerPoint and Outlook)
  • Must be able to read, write, speak, fluently and comprehend the English language



  • 4-5 years relevant experience in a Human Resources role
  • PHR/SPHR or SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP certification
  • Previous experience working for a federal contractor under the requirements of an Affirmative Action Plan
  • Experience supporting organizations of 100 – 500 employees within a decentralized or matrix style structure
  • Previous experience working in the biopharmaceutical industry
  • Experience working with ADP Workforce Now or similar HRMS system


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