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Human Resources (HR) Generalist

Childrens Law Center
Washington, DC
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description: Who We AreAt Children's Law Center, everything we do is focused on one thing - delivering better client outcomes for kids and families in DC. Our staff are empowered to open minds, shape decisions, and offer solutions. We encourage intellectual curiosity, innovation, diversity, and mutual respect.Our greatest assets are our people. We strive to attract and cultivate a vibrant, creative, and diverse community. We recognize that people with diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives fuel our ability to provide the best outcomes for our clients. Our staff drive Children's Law Center's mission with their leadership, result-orientated mindset, and commitment to cultural humility and centering the needs of our clients. We are looking for an individual who enjoys working in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment, likes to be challenged, and values the opportunity to make a difference.Children's Law Center's success depends on recruiting and retaining individuals who possess and value these attributes.Job SummaryYour role as an HR Generalist will be far from one-dimensional. You’ll undertake a wide range of HR tasks, like administering employee benefits, open enrollment, accommodations, leaves, the exit process, including data analysis of exit surveys, and crafting HR policies. You will use Human Resources Information Systems to ensure all employee records are up-to-date and confidential. This position supports CLC’s efforts to be a diverse, anti-racist, equitable and inclusive organization with solid talent and HR policies, practices, and procedures. This role, which reports to the Chief Talent and Equity Officer, works across the organization to support Human Resources and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion across the organization. The HR Generalist will also act as the main point of contact for employees’ queries on HR-related topics for the Human Resource and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (HIRED) team. Job Responsibilities BenefitsAdminister and maintains record of health and welfare plans, including enrollments, changes, leave of absence, and terminations. Processes required documents through payroll and insurance providers to ensure accurate record-keeping and proper deductions in ADP Workforce Now.Administer and keeps records of benefits plans participation such as insurance, 401K, vacation, sick leave, and leave of absence in ADP Workforce Now and Principle.Liaise between third party (Hub International) and subsidiaries for all human resources matters, including but not limited to benefit administration and maintenance of personnel files.Assist employees with benefits and policy related questions by facilitating their access to the proper resources for assistance. ComplianceAct as consultant/contact/liaison for staff and management on HR issues including personnel practices, policy, employee relations, and benefits.Maintain status of employees’ professional licenses, training records and vaccination status (COVID, flu, etc.).Manage COVID internal response to positive test results following established protocols.Respond to legally authorized employment verification requests.Help ensure the organization is compliant with federal, state, and local regulations when implementing HR practices.Maintain employee handbook. Develop a new employee handbook in 2022 – 2023. Employee RelationsManage sensitive and confidential situations and information.Work closely with management and staff to improve work relationships, increase productivity, build morale, and retain our best talent.Provide support and advice on employee relations issues and activities, recommending courses of action and conferring with managers on disciplinary courses of actions.Conduct effective, thorough, and objective investigations and document findings.Partner with outside counsel as needed for employee relations matters.Under the direction of the Chief Talent and Equity Officer, support the drafting and review of disciplinary actions, including performance improvement plans with managers.Responds to employee's suggestions and grievances. OffboardingCoordinate employee termination process to facilitate return of organizational property and termination from organizational systems (BenefitMall, Principle, ADP). Coordinate with operational partners as needed.Prepare employee separation notices and related documentation and conduct exit interviews. Other DutiesDevelop HR project plans. Coordinate projects and communicate project changes and progress. Complete projects on time and within budget.Volunteer readily and asks for and offers help when needed.Undertake self-development activities and seek increased responsibilities. Generate suggestions for improving work. QualificationsUnderstanding of general human resources policies and procedures.Knowledge of employment/labor laws and regulations.Ability to communicate effectively. Ability to approach others in an intentional manner, react well under pressure by pausing, and treat others with respect and consideration regardless of their status or position.Ability to follow through on commitments.Ability to work in a collaborative environment with a focus on results.Ability to develop systems to manage time, stay organized and meet deadlines.Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills.Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (PowerPoint, Excel etc.) or related software.Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s HRIS and talent management systems. ADP Workforce Now experience preferred.SHRM-CP, PHR or extensive HR experience preferred.Required Skills and ExperienceAt least three to six year of human resource experience.Previous experience in Human Resources, Benefits, FMLA/ DC Paid Family Leave, ADA Employee Relations, Recruiting, or other related fields.Salary and BenefitsThe salary for this position ranges from $48,800- $61,000 annually for applicants with 3-6 years’ relevant experience plus a sign-on bonus. Children’s Law Center offers a generous benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, and short- and long-term disability insurance; employer-provided retirement contributions; flexible spending plans; and vacation, sick, holiday, family and medical leave. Children’s Law Center is a 501(c)(3) organization. Employees with federal student loan debt can apply for Public Service Loan Forgiveness. For more information, go to https://myfedloan.org/borrowers/special-programs/pslf. Application InstructionsTo apply, please submit a resume as a PDF file via CLC's careers page (https://childrenslawcenter.org/get-involved/careers/).  Children’s Law Center is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment. If you believe that you need accommodation to search for, or apply for, one of our positions please send an email to Jobs@ChildrensLawCenter.org. In your email, please include the accommodation you are requesting and the job title you are applying for. It may take up to three business days to receive a response to your request.Hybrid Working ConditionsChildren's Law Center is currently operating on a hybrid work schedule. All employees are expected spend time both working remotely and working in-person from Children's Law Center's office. Hybrid working expectations vary depending upon role and program responsibilities.Vaccine MandateD.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has required that government employees receive the COVID-19 vaccine and all eligible booster shots or be granted medical or religious exemption from the mandate. Due to some of our grant funding and partnerships, Children’s Law Center must follow this mandate. Prior to beginning employment at Children's Law Center, all new employees must be fully vaccinated, including all eligible booster shots, and provide proof thereof as a condition of employment unless the candidate applies and is approved for an exemption as an accommodation due to a medical condition or a religious belief.Background ChecksCandidates who receive a conditional offer of employment will be subject to a background check.EEOChildren’s Law Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunities for all applicants and existing employees. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to ancestry, age, color, disability, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, military or veteran status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, and any other basis protected by federal, state, or local law, ordinance, or regulation. We invite you to visit us here to learn more about our company and our career opportunities (https://childrenslawcenter.org/get-involved/careers/).DEI StatementChildren’s Law Center is dedicated to building a world that is inclusive in approach and has equal opportunities and equitable outcomes for all. Our organization is committed to developing and supporting a robustly diverse, equitable, inclusive and anti-racist community, where all members can create and feel a sense of belonging. Through our collective deliberate efforts, we work toward racial and social justice for children and families in DC.

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