Human Resources Specialist

Job Title
Human Resources Specialist
Job ID
Phoenix,  AZ 85040
Other Location

Work closely with Operations Management and the team of Human Resources Specialists to help drive growth and employee satisfaction for a leading professional services organization with headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona. Celebrating over 60 years, the Company seeks a true generalist with demonstrated competence in multiple functional areas including recruiting, HR administration, employee relations, and benefits administration in a multi-state environment. Ideal candidate will have experience in the construction or similar industry. This is a direct hire position.

What you will do:
• Partner with hiring managers to determine on-going talent needs; help identify and develop internal talent to meet future labor needs
• Coordinate job postings, job fairs, candidate evaluation, interviews, recommendations, offer letters, candidate responses, organizational announcements, etc.
• Oversee on-boarding of new, promoted, and transferred candidates including all systems, file creation, internal communications, orientation, scheduling, probation reviews, etc.
• Ensure laws are followed with respect to interviewing techniques and offers of employment
• Maintain Company’s on-line recruiting database
• Assist with key position succession planning, development, and recruiting

HR Administration
• Oversee and maintain the integrity and confidentiality of Company personnel records
• Support policies and procedures and compliance with all applicable federal and state laws
• Maintain employee communication systems such as bulletin boards and Company newsletter
• Recommend, develop, and implement human resource processes and policies, training logs and tracking systems
• Manage HR-owned processes ensuring accuracy, consistency and compliance with Company policies

What you will help do:
Employee Relations and Performance
• Provide guidance to supervisors/managers and assistance/follow-up on Company policies, procedures, and documentation including on matters involving discipline, retention, and performance management
• Investigate and resolve conflicts in a timely, fair manner consistent with applicable federal, state and local laws
• Communicate and support HR policies, procedures, programs and activities
• Facilitate employee development and performance-driven culture in concert with local Managing Directors and President to improve human capital ROI
• Foster a team culture of respect, collaboration, trust, and engagement
• Model Company leadership priorities and behaviors to reinforce values of safety, quality, opportunity and fairness
• Keep pulse on employee engagement and motivation, and recommend appropriate interventions

Benefits Administration
• Support employees and local offices in understanding and using benefits and in resolving issues with providers
• Attend to benefits physical record keeping and file maintenance in keeping with policies and procedures and compliance with all applicable federal and state laws
• Maintain the Company HRIS system

The skills, educational background and experience you need:
• Accredited Bachelor’s degree in Business, Labor Studies, Organizational Development or Psychology, Industrial Relations, Human Resource Management or directly related field
• Minimum of five (5) years current work experience ideally with focus on staffing and recruiting, benefits and personnel administration, employee relations, and performance management within a construction or similar industry
• Drive and demonstrated ability to promote and support opportunity for others in a positive team environment
• History of commitment to organizations, attention to detail, and excellence
• Communicate confidently, accurately, and effectively across all employee levels; proven ability to establish trust and credibility with business leaders, line managers, and employees; aptitude in colleague relations
• Proficient knowledge of federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations
• Strong organizational skills, with the ability to effectively prioritize and manage multiple projects in a demanding environment; advanced level skills working with MS Word and Excel, and experience working with HRIS
• Self-starter; works under general direction with minimum supervision and exercises independent judgment within established systems; high energy level not easily rattled by competing priorities, change, or ambiguity
• Flexible work availability to include responding to periodic weekend and after hours emails, phone calls and occasional travel on weekends.
• Must be able to pass fingerprint background check and drug screen

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