Agency for Community Treatment Services, Inc
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Human Resources Generalist
at Agency for Community Treatment Services, Inc
Characteristics of Position:
This is highly responsible independent work in human resourcesmanagement of a human service agency providing alcohol, drug abuse, mentalhealth, juvenile justice, supportive housing or other services. This position answers directly to the HumanResources Manager and is responsible for assisting the manager to organize thetasks required in the management of the operation of the Human Resourcesfunctions of the Agency. This is a full time position located in Tampa, FL.
Location: Tampa, FL
Communications - Communicate with supervisor andestablished chain of command regarding daily operations and/or incidents;document all required information in a clear, legible, timely, concise andaccurate manner.
Relationship - Respects authority;models direct and clear communications with peers, clients and subordinates;culturally aware and respectful of differences.
Administrative - Precisely documents events andtransactions specific to job duties in approved Agency formats; understands andadheres to administration and program operating procedures.
Technical ? Working knowledge of Agencycommunication devices and information technology as a business tool;proficient, as required, in the use of Outlook, DATIS, Train Caster, EducationSystem, Credible (EHR) and related IT systems and software applications.
Business Acumen - Adheres to Agency Policy.
Professional - Behaves ethically;presents a professional image in appearance, communications anddemeanor; adheres to Agency scheduling Policy; follows activity schedules; committed to personal professionaldevelopment. Stays abreast of developmentsin Human Resources and management relative to business disciplines.
Analytical - Establish a helping relationship withadministrative and program management.
Leadership - Seek to participate in effectiveapproaches and training to enhance job skills; seek opportunities to mentor newstaff; ability to recognize unsafe behaviors, situations, environments; acts tomaintain the safety and well-being of persons receiving services, staff andcommunity members.
Graduation from high school and fiveyears of progressively responsible work in human resources activities,including recruitment and benefits.
Bachelor's degree may substitute forthree years of the required experience listed above.
PHR or SPHR (SHRM) certification preferred.
Must have effective verbal and writtencommunication skills and ability to work with the general public.
AllACTS, Inc. employees must be able and willing to work when expected toaccommodate program and/or agency needs, participate in the agency's QualityImprovement Program and attend all assigned/required trainings, practiceon-the-job safety at all times, and demonstrate the ability to communicate andwork with others and be respectful of peers, supervisors, clients, guests, etc.If required by contract or administrative rule, must fully participate in NAPPI(crisis intervention) training and able to apply same to work setting.
Physical/Safety/Health Considerations: Standard office environment
Quality of WorkExpected: Levelcommensurate with satisfactory HR Generalist performance
Quantityof Work Expected: Commensurate with level necessary tofully meet obligations
Supervision: Workis performed under the direction of the Human ResourcesManager.This position does not provide supervision to others.
Scope ofResponsibility: Assist and oversee the quality and compliancerelative to hires, terminations, wagechanges, maintenance of reports, maintaining personnel records, and any otherassignment as deemed appropriate to the position.Assists with other human resource management activitiesas assigned.
Collaboratewith the HR Manager, CEO, and others to develop strategic plans to identify andaddress projected human resource needs.
Analyze,evaluate, and improve the recruitment process.
Publicizeavailable vacancies within and outside ACTS, and actively identify and engagepotential new hires from within and outside the agency through differentmethods, e.g., online job sites, school/college job placement offices,professional associations, and community organizations.
Establishprofessional associations with school/college for potential interns.
Conductplacement and processing of potential school/college interns.
Reviewapplications for accuracy, completeness and eligibility for hire; conductconfirmation/validation activities relative to employee degrees, licenses and certifications,references, and previous employment.
Maintain communications with screeningunit/s regarding employee eligibility to work; inclusive of processing fiveyear background re-screens.
Provideconsultation/technical assistance to directors regarding personnel processes;conduct training on personnel processes.
Provide training for new hireorientation in regards to HR policies and assist new hires in the navigation ofthe DATIS HRIS system.
Assist in themaintenance of the human resource information system (DATIS) and compilereports from the database.
Process documentation for new hires, paychanges, reassignments/transfers, and terminations; prepares periodic summariesof personnel changes to submit to payroll for application.
Process FMLA, workers' compensation andOSHA documentation in compliance with industry standards.
Assist with open enrollment process ofemployee benefits.
Participate in site visits and audits;conduct internal audits of personnel-related functions to assure compliance.
Assist HR Manager with compliance tofederal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing and newlegislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on neededactions to assure compliance and consistency.
Assist HR Manager with investigations,as appropriate, with a wide variety of sensitive and complex internal orexternal inquiries, issues, complaints, and/or grievances.
Assist the HR Manager with thecompilation of information and processing of reports and policies in the areasof civil rights, AA/OFCCP, VEVRA, and EEOC compliance.
Participate in Comprehensive ReviewTeam (CRT) which oversees program compliance to various licensing components.
Participate in HR-related team projectsas assigned.
Assume lead role in absence of the HRManager.
The omission of specific statements does not preclude management from assigning specific duties not listed herein if such duties are a logical assignment to position.
ACTS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 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.