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Human Resources Manager
Broadway Housing Communities
BHC is seeking a Human Resources Manager who will be responsible for coordinating and implementing policies, practices & procedures relating to all aspects of Human Resource activities. Reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer, this position will be key to the growth of the organization. Flexibility, good judgment and the ability to adapt quickly to the needs of a growing and diverse organization are essential. Experience in working in a non-profit, school or other educational setting highly desired.
Recruitment and On-boarding
Acts as primary liaison with agency departments throughout the employment process: develops an understanding of the needs of the departments and specifications of the jobs. Assists department heads in formulating/clarifying job specifications and position requirements. Reviews requisition to insure proper sign-offs, classifications, etc.
Assists department heads in authoring and coordinating the placement of advertisements, and internal and external job postings.
Reviews resumes and applications; interviews, screens and tests applicants; presents suitable applicants to department heads. Assists department heads to select the most appropriate candidates.
Extends approved salary/benefit offers to selected applicants conditioned on successful completion of specific pre-employment processes; notifies department head of applicant’s responses.
Completes pre-employment processes including employment verification, reference and credential checking and eligibility to work, skills testing, scheduling and medical examinations and testing, fingerprinting, etc.
Notifies department head and COO of any questionable/problematic information gathered during the pre-employment process; participates in decision about disposition with COO and department head.
Handles all on-boarding of newly hired staff, including sending offer letters and job descriptions, administering I-9 requirements, collecting copies of credentials, review and enrollment in benefit plans.
Staff Development, Performance Management
Assists department heads with planning and implementing opportunities for professional development of all staff, as requested.
Provides consultative services for department heads regarding staff development and performance management, including progressive corrective disciplinary action, employee counseling and dispute resolution; participates in investigation, recommends and implements action as appropriate; insures proper documentation and evidence are collected.
Assists department heads, as requested with annual performance evaluations and salary adjustments.
Conducts investigations of allegations of harassment and discrimination; advises COO of all such complaints; collects and maintains appropriate documentation and evidence; recommends corrective action to COO and department heads; implements appropriate actions.
Assists in administrating and interpreting Agency policies, practices and insuring compliance with federal and state laws, as well as agency’s policies. Ensures compliance with all collective bargaining agreements.
Benefits Management and Compensation
Acts as primary liaison with benefits broker to implement and manage comprehensive benefits package, including responsibility for annual benefits renewal and recommendations. Plans may include medical, dental, life, flexible spending, financial incentive, NY DBL, long-term disability, defined benefit pension plan, and defined contribution plans.
Assists employees in accessing all benefit plans and resolving benefit issues.
Creates, maintains and updates reports tracking monthly premium costs, enrollment data, claims data and employee contribution data for all benefit plans.
Researches compensation salary information, makes recommendations for salary benchmarking, raises and bonuses, tracks employee compensation and manages annual review process.
In conjunction with senior management, works to provide a comprehensive and competitive compensation and benefits package to attract and retain top talent to the agency.
Compliance and Reporting
Responds to and handles all unemployment claims, workman’s compensation claims, American with Disabilities Act requests for accommodations, and disability claims.
Ensures accurate record keeping of employee data, including paid time off, wages, hourly work, etc. Maintains HMIS data system and generates reports for management.
Ensures compliance with all city, state and federal laws and regulations relating to Human Resources.
Performs other duties as assigned.
• Bachelor’s Degree in human resources management or related field.
• Minimum of 5 years experience in human resources management in a generalist capacity.
• Proven knowledge of applicable laws and regulations such as FSLA and ADA
• Excellent oral and written communication skills and interpersonal skills.
• Demonstrated proficiency in computer software programs and HMIS systems.
• Self starter comfortable working on projects independently as well as actively contributing to the efforts of diverse teams.
How TO APPLY:
To apply for a position at BHC, please email your resume and cover letter with salary requirements to email@example.com. Applicant review will continue until position is filled. Please indicate “HR Manager” in the subject line. No phone calls, please.
Salary commensurate with experience. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including health, dental, 403(b) plan and paid time off. For more information, please go to www.bhc.org
A growing organization founded in 1983, Broadway Housing Communities is committed to addressing the challenges of poverty and homelessness for adults, children, families and entire communities in Upper Manhattan. BHC has developed six buildings that provide housing and other services for adults children and families living in deep poverty; operates an award winning early childhood center; and provides opportunities for tenants and the wider community to engage with the cultural arts. A seventh project is now under construction in the Sugar Hill neighborhood of Harlem and will include affordable housing; an expanded childcare center; and a children’s museum of art and storytelling along with other community facilities.
BHC is committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, national origin, age, citizen status, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability.