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Human Resources Manager

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Titan HRSS, LLC focuses on applying our distinguishing characteristic of a culture which is to lead with transparency, proactive approach, and integrity. We will align employers with the right people that will propel their business to the next level. We align career seekers with business leaders that will utilize acquired skill sets and hone in on developing potential. Beyond the placement and staffing arena, Titan HRSS, LLC is the premier global professional services company in delivering a comprehensive range of operations, strategy, and consulting solutions and services. Our client is our top priority, and thus drives our focus on delivering quality customer service experience, quality applicants and staffing solutions, a focus on our client's bottom line, and timeliness in delivery of satisfaction.

We are seeking a Human Resources Manager to become a part of team! You will be responsible for managing HR activities for the organization.

Responsibilities:

  • Implement company culture, values and policies
  • Develop workforce strategies, to recruit and develop qualified candidates
  • Coordinate events focused on employee recognition and dedication
  • Overall management and administration of the human resources function and leadership of the Talent Management team.
  • Management of General HR functions
  • Manage interviewing and hiring,
  • Manage elements of training and development,
  • Manage staff retention,
  • Manage personnel changes and exits.
  • Maintain existing HR systems and look for improvement of processes on a continual basis.
  • Review HR compliance on a regular basis.
  • Collaborate with Payroll, Benefits and Talent Management Coordinator to ensure that
  • Employee, Personal, Benefits, I-9, FLSA, EEOC, and any LCA website documentation is in line
  • with established company policies and up to the required State and Federal regulatory standards.
  • Oversee function of the data management system (REPS, SLX, L: Drive, etc.) including, but not limited to, entry of staff data, recording employee or employment transitions (i.e. hire, separation, leaves of absence, etc.), generating reports (i.e. staff turnover, etc.).
  • Gather data from TM team and report HR metrics on a monthly basis to VP, Talent Management and key senior leaders.
  • Collaborate with Payroll and Benefits team to ensure HR manual is up-to- date.
  • Assist Payroll & Benefits in the interpretation and execution of benefit documentation such as new employee enrollment/plan summary descriptions and benefits guide.
  • Update job descriptions as needed.
  • Assist VP, Talent Management and senior leaders on complex employee issues, programs, and TM projects.
  • Offer insight and recommendation to senior leaders regarding company policies, Talent Management programs, HR opportunities, and administration and interpretation to ensure policies, procedures, and programs are handled consistently to drive engagement and retention.
  • Create newsletter style content and contribute to monthly communication to academies.
  • Talent Management Team Leadership
  • Lead the Talent Management team as they execute recruiting, interviewing and hiring, personnel changes and exits for all existing and launching academies.
  • Plan and oversee the work activities of TM team staff relating to compliance, employment, compensation and employee relations.
  • Shape local human resources best-practice strategies for full lifecycle recruiting, including sourcing, resume review, and candidate pre-screens, to drive effective candidate selection that reflects a faithful commitment to our vision, mission, and ECE/EOE industry hiring standards.
  • Working closely with TM Team to ensure ongoing outreach and sourcing; provide accountability and coaching on the full cycle recruiting process for all open positions.
  • Provide leadership and team development for the TM team. Identify and resolve issues and ensure that high levels of communication and camaraderie exist among team members.
  • Ensure processes are in compliance with all state and federal employment laws and regulations.
  • Oversee New Hire checklist process; ensuring thorough and timely completion of tasks.
  • Schedule and coordinate New Employee Orientation (NEO).
  • Assist in New Employee Orientation (NEO) overview of human resources and HR processes.
  • Routinely evaluate NEO to ensure new hires receive appropriate/effective orientation.
  • Recommend NEO updates and execute approved updates (incl. sessions, schedule, electronic
  • manuals, etc.) as needed.
  • Receive and process Personnel Change Form, including making salary adjustments, position
  • changes, title changes, and status changes.
  • Facilitate and communicate corresponding adjustments to payroll, internal and external email
  • and web updates, etc.
  • Receive and communicate Level 1-2 exit checklists, manage and facilitate thorough and timely
  • completion of checklist process.
  • Conduct exit surveys or interviews with departing employees from all levels and provide
  • combined data per academy to VP, Talent Management and the President/COO on a monthly basis.
  • LCA Representation/Brand Development
  • Gather monthly employee “spotlights” from academies on The company Outstanding Leaders.
  • Compose highlight, and send to Creative Services for posting on LCA website.
  • Expound upon employment branding by recommending and maintaining tactics, initiatives and
  • programs.
  • Participate in company sponsored recruiting events/job fairs as needed. in colleges and other
  • job fairs
  • Leadership Development
  • Work with VP, Talent Management to implement and manage standardized programs and
  • processes for performance review programs, 360s, leadership development plans, career tracks,
  • and employee recognition for Level 1-2 employees.
  • Advocate for employee retention and development
  • Oversee data entry and maintenance of employee records
  • Participate in the investigation and guidance for disciplinary actions

Qualifications:

  • Previous experience in Human Resources or other related fields
  • Experience in conflict resolution 
  • Fundamental knowledge of labor and employment laws 
  • Bachelor’s Degree and 5 years HR experience, at least 2 of which have been in a managerial role.
  • Experience in early care and education Human Resources preferred.
  • Experience with Microsoft Office Suite; proficiency in Word, Outlook, Excel.
  • Model The company’s culture and adhere to best practices.
  • Recruit and hire within prescribed timeframes for launches and enrollment projections
  • Ongoing, thoughtful leadership of human resources and hiring practices
  • Reduction of staff turnover
  • Organization skils
  • People management skills
  • Project and time management
  • Excellent written and verbal communication
  • In depth knowledge of HR practices and laws
  • Tech/Computer skills
  • A local presence, willingness/ability to drive to local academies and recruiting.
  • Ability to build rapport with all employees
  • Strong leadership qualities
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