Human Resources Generalist
GENERAL SUMMARY (What is done and why)
The Human Resources Generalist supports the administrative and recruiting functions of the Human Resources Department. The HR Generalist coordinates the scheduling, prescreening, testing and communication for job applicants. The HR Generalist is responsible for tracking and filing employment records and other HR required documentation and related reporting. A high degree of personal organization, knowledge of HR compliance and effective communication is required.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS, IN PRIORITY ORDER
(Majority of duties, but not meant to be all inclusive or prevent other duties from being assigned as necessary)
1. Responsible for the recruiting process including job descriptions, job postings, applicant screening, and scheduling interviews for hiring managers, VP Human Resources and Talent Management Team. Time: 30%
2. Conduct interviews for open positions as assigned. Communicate with hiring manager on hiring decision and extend job offers. Time: 30%
3. Conduct employment verifications, screening, prepare job offers and coordinate pre-employment testing and orientation schedules for prospective and newly hired candidates. Manage candidate relationships in a manner that competitively advantages United FCU. Time: 15%
4. Create reports needed to track, analyze, and report candidate status, recruitment trends as well as other employee relations reports. Time 5%
5. Maintain select databases, reports, HRIS system (HRB), Performance Management System, SharePoint (Intranet), Silver Cloud and Security Badge System. Time: 5%
6. Prepare welcome packets needed for new hires. Time: 5%
7. Manage the flow and retention of documents required for regulatory and compliance related to recruitment and employee relations. Time: 5%
8. Assist Vice President of Human Resources with special projects as needed and with administrative and recruitment support. Time: 5%
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
(Minimum education and experience required to perform the duties of this position)
•Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related field preferred.
•Minimum of 2 years of experience in Human Resources required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
(Minimum technical and communication skill levels and licenses/certificates normally required to perform the duties of this position)
•Excellent verbal, writing, listening, and interpersonal skills.
•Excellent organizational and time management skills.
•Experienced Microsoft Office, HRIS systems and Internet user.
•Knowledge of employment law and Affirmative Action.
•Knowledge of conducting study and research through the internet and social media sites.
•Ability to professionally represent United and adhere to Shared Values.
•Ability to perform tasks with minimal supervision.
•Ability to work with all levels of management.
•Ability to analyze and interpret related data.
•Ability to successfully adapt to organizational change.
•Ability and willingness to attain the personal development required to support progressive growth.
•Excellent attention to detail
•Ability to listen.
•Ability to work under pressure.
•Highly motivated and proactive self-starter.
•Ability to perform effectively within a team-based environment.
•Ability to manage multiple projects effectively.
•High level of attention to detail and accuracy required.
Tools and Equipment Used
•All available general office equipment as needed.
•All available computer software and hardware as needed.
WORKING RELATIONSHIPS/CONTACTS (Positions with which incumbent has frequent contact)
•Daily, personal/written/phone contact with job applicants.
•Daily, personal/written/phone contact with Human Resources Manager.
•As needed, personal/written/phone contact with consultants and vendors.
•As needed, personal/written/phone contact with credit union staff and managers.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS (Physical effort generally associated with this position)
Work involves standing and walking for brief periods of time, but most work is done from a seated position. There is potential for eyestrain from prolonged work at the computer and reading detailed reports. Deadlines, workloads and pressure to achieve goals may cause increased stress levels.
(Typical working conditions associated with this type of work and environmental hazards, if any, that may be encountered in performing the duties of this position)
Internal -- work is normally performed in climate controlled office environment, where exposure to conditions of extreme heat/cold, poor ventilation, fumes and gases is very limited. Noise level is moderate and includes sounds of normal office equipment (computers, telephones, etc). No known environmental hazards are encountered in normal performance of duties. Length of day is unpredictable; long hours may be required to accommodate deadlines or special meetings.
External -- Limited travel may be required; however, information on environmental conditions is not available.
(Budget/asset amount managed, revenues produced, and/or other financial resource incumbent is accountable for. Also indicates judgement/decision-making level)
The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for fostering a positive and professional work environment and supporting initiatives to ensure United is competitive within the industry through effective and professional communication through the recruitment of open positions. The HRG is also responsible for maintaining the HRIS and maintaining a professional attitude to promote a high performance culture.
United Federal Credit Union promotes the expectation that each credit union
employee provide memorable and positive service experiences for our members. In
order to accomplish these goals, our team is driven by five Shared Values that include
Excellence, Integrity, Respect, Innovation and Passion. If you feel you share these
service philosophies and work values, select Apply Now.
United Federal Credit Union is an Equal-Opportunity Employer