Human Resources Manager
Provide leadership and guidance on all personnel and employee relations matters. Administer payroll, benefits, leadership development, and workplace safety programs. You will be an HR department of one, with a broad scope of generalist responsibilities for a Club with a diverse workforce of approximately 225 employees.
• Manage the Club’s personnel programs; assist in the development and implementation of policies and procedures. Review and update the employee handbook.
• Post recruitment ads; assist with hiring efforts; conduct pre-employment background checks; manage new hire on-boarding process, including e-verify.
• Respond to and review wage and benefits surveys; benchmark Club compensation and benefits practices against other Clubs and local employers.
• Manage and administer Club benefits programs; serve as primary contact for benefits vendors; arrange employee education trainings as needed.
• Stay informed of employment laws and regulations; ensure compliance and provide advice to Club managers; consult with General Manager and Club attorney as needed.
• Advise managers and supervisors on discipline, termination, and related employment matters; conduct internal investigations; recommend appropriate corrective actions.
• Create and maintain organizational charts and job description catalogue.
• Oversee all workers compensation cases, accident reporting, and accident investigation; work with other managers to provide return-to-work opportunities for injured workers; maintain OSHA logs and postings.
• Serve as Chair of the Safety Committee; organize monthly meetings; produce and distribute minutes and other supporting documents.
• Oversee bi-weekly payroll process; serve as primary administrator of the Club’s HRIS system; provide technical support; produce personnel-related reports for managers; evaluate internal processes and make recommendations for improvement.
• Lead, support, schedule, conduct, and participate in club training initiatives.
• Support the Club’s culture of professional growth and development; participate in staff meetings; share information; attend job-related training; maintain professional certifications.
• Perform special projects as assigned by the General Manager.
• Four-year degree in Human Resources, Organizational Development, Business Management, or related field required.
• Professional certification in Human Resources strongly preferred (PHR, SPHR, etc.).
• At least 10 years’ experience in a professional human resources or management role.
• Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
• Ability to work both independently and as part of a team.
• Excellent time management is essential, as priorities and demands will constantly vary.
• Integrity and discretion to do the right thing in sensitive situations and when handling confidential information are essential.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint); ability to learn and use Club-specific software programs in the execution of job functions.
This position is primary administrative in nature and will require most work to be done in a typical office setting. The employee will likely be seated the majority of the time, but should be comfortable walking throughout the Club’s campus and should occasionally be able to stand or walk for prolonged periods of time. They may be required to lift, move, and/or carry up to 15 pounds regularly, as well as carry out various functions that may require pushing, pulling, kneeling, and reaching.
Final candidates will be subject to a background investigation and drug screen.