The Human Resources Generalist Senior's primary responsibility is to administer and implement human resources programs and policies including talentacquisition and retention, employee relations, and change management initiatives. This position may have responsibilities for multiple small offices and/orline of business (LOB) and operates with very minimal supervision and requires a high level of independent decision making.
Location open to any city with an RSM office.
Project Management responsibilities for core HR processes including but not limited to performance management,talent management, talent acquisition, learning and professional development, and employee/partner engagement.
Assists in the planning and management of less complex human resources projects. This includesnegotiating and meeting deadlines and defining, analyzing, measuring and evaluating results.
Executes project plan generated by manager or director.
Assists with coaching leaders for positions up to and including manager level. Helps develop plans for career growth, industry experience, leadership opportunities, etc.
Enters data into workforce plans
Leverages existing reports (recognition, feedback) to gather, organize data, conduct basic analysis, and develop conclusions.
Assists with coaching and advising employees and leaders on performance and interpersonal issues
Drafts and delivers moderately complex Employee Counseling Reports (ECR) and may terminate employees with guidance and coaching from HR leaders
Assists HR leaders and/or may lead investigations
Performance Management/Salary Administration
Determine schedules based upon analysis of reports (TaRS, TAG), makes recommendations based on findings, and escalates as needed
May facilitate smaller leveling/NWT/roundtable meetings including bell curve and promotion recommendations, shares knowledge/insights and ensures accuracy of data
Under direction of manager/director performs analysis of compensation market position.
Partners with HR manager/director to educate and advise local leadership on compensation objectives
Local Training Delivery
Delivers new hire orientation and previously developed training
Facilitates local training, and develops ad hoc local presentations as needed
May be responsible for all aspects of pathways, intern, and entry-level hiring process for assigned campus(es). Including on-campus event planning and management, candidate interview coordination, and candidate care and communication throughout recruitment process.
May compile campus recruiting results to aid key stakeholders in identifying areas for process and performance improvement.
May have responsibility for recruiting entry-level administrative/support positions, and/or assisting with 2nd year associate positions
Mentoring/Career Advisor Responsibilities
Responsible for informally mentoring HR coordinators and generalists.
Other duties as assigned
Bachelor degree in Human Resources or related field required
Proficient in all aspects of Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook) required
Basic business acumen and understanding of industry and partnership model required
Ability to identify patterns of basic risk & liability, challenges and resolves routine issues, makes effective recommendation on course of action, and understands when to escalate complex issues required
Exhibits current working knowledge of federal, state, local regulations/laws and firm policies required
Understands compensation materials and principles required
3-5 years' experience working as a Generalist within a Human Resources department or related experience required
Demonstrated ability to be an effective team member by willingly accepting assignments, completing assignments within agreed upon timelines and willingly assisting co-workers required.