Essential duties and responsibilities include the following:
Partner with the Program Manager and other levels of management to promote a diverse and inclusive working environment and support the development of the workforce
Implement human resources policy and best practices by driving change and serving as a business advocate. Work closely with the Recruiter and Operations team to assess recruiting needs and facilitate the onboarding process. Provide proactive direction and guidance to managers/employees on performance management (coaching, career development, counseling, and/or disciplinary actions), communications and training, employee relations issues, interpretation of employment laws and company policies and procedures. Provide on-site support to program management and employees; recommend and implement actions to further enhance employee engagement and to address challenges to the employee populations in both locations. Assist the program in meeting financial and non-financial objectives. Promote effective business operations
- Investigate employee complaints/allegations by interviewing appropriate parties, gathering information, providing feedback as appropriate and making recommendations for corrective action to prevent recurrence of situation.
- Maintain in-depth knowledge of legal requirements related to day –to-day management of employees, reducing legal risks and ensuring regulatory compliance.
- Assist in identifying training needs for the program and deliver (or coordinate the delivery of) non-operational training
- Identify process improvement opportunities within and outside of functional area and coordinate with relevant stakeholders for implementation
- Conduct group presentations to communicate company policy, processes, and/or annual company activities such as benefits enrollment, ethics training, etc.
- Facilitate program start-up activities as needed to include employee communications, briefings, orientation and onboarding, communication with management and other functional areas, system set-up, and other related activities
- The HRBP will work under minimal supervision. The candidate must demonstrate a superior ability to develop rapport at all levels of the organization and to collaborate across functional areas to work towards identified goals. Candidate must possess excellent communication skills and a demonstrated ability to work both independently and as a member of a team. Candidate must have the requisite skills and attitude to consult effectively with managers/supervisors. Strong facilitation, persuasion, and listening skills are a must. Candidate must have demonstrated ability to manage multiple and complex administrative processes; good judgment and the ability to analyze and problem-solve is required. Candidate must have the ability to proactively research and review labor laws, regulations, and policies, and recommend courses of action. Candidate must demonstrate a high level of adaptability, a high tolerance for ambiguity, and be able to lead and manage change throughout the organization.
- Minimum 8 years exempt level experience in Human Resources
- Secret Clearance required
- BS/BA Degree
- Demonstrated experience in providing HR leadership and guidance to a diverse, geographically dispersed client base.
- Demonstrated experience in assessing and resolving a variety of employee relations issues.
- Successful identification and implementation of actions that have enhanced employee engagement and decreased voluntary turnover.
- Knowledge of HR Laws and disciplines including recruiting, talent management, compensation practices, organizational diagnosis, employee relations, training and development, diversity, performance management, and federal and state employment laws.
- Proven ability to lead complex organizations through change
- Demonstrated experience with SCA contracts
- Proficiency with Microsoft office professional software and ability to easily adapt to new systems
- SPHR or PHR certification
- Working knowledge of Deltek Costpoint and/or WorkDay HRIS systems