Human Resources Director
Clarity Credit Union
Region: SW Idaho (Meridian)
Contact: Wendy Edwards
Email: [email protected]
Clarity Credit Union is looking for an HR Director to help lead our team. Clarity has five branches within SW Idaho and 80 Million in assets. We focus on trying to say yes and pride ourselves on being inclusive. The primary responsibilities of the HR Director are as follows:
Develop and maintain an effective staffing process. Assists in recruiting, interviewing, and selecting applicants for open positions. Administers pre-employment tests, reference checks, processes changes in employee status, and conducts exit interviews. Prepares and presents employment offers, ensuring compensation offered is within hiring range for the job grade.
Prepares time and attendance records for payroll input. Reviews payroll output and distributes pay checks/vouchers to employees. Maintains benefit hour records for each employee. Insures all payroll and other HR reporting to government agencies is completed accurately and timely.
Analyzes training needs, develops and administers training plans and procedures, prepares training materials, and conducts or supervises special courses to ensure appropriate levels of training for personnel in operational, supervisory, and management roles.
Administer performance appraisal process and provide guidance to managers in coaching employee performance. Ensure disciplinary and termination actions are carried out according to policy as well as state and federal laws and regulations.
Administers the organization’s compensation plan. Prepares job descriptions and evaluates jobs using established evaluation system. Administers annual merit increase plan, assists in preparation of annual budgets and development of merit increase plan. Assists in the administration of performance planning and review program. Maintains compensation records and files.
Administers the organization’s benefit programs such as basic and major medical coverage, dental insurance, group life insurance, LTD, pension plans, paid time off, and other benefits. Consults with and advises employees on their eligibility for these and other related benefits. Maintains benefits records and documents necessary for implementing benefit coverage. Maintains and distributes plan documents and employee communications relating to benefits. Recommends changes or additions to the program to reflect employee and organization’s needs. Assures compliance with all legal requirements of various employee benefit programs and prepares and files required legal reports.
Provide assistance to employees and managers regarding employee relations, issues, and concerns.
Assist in revising, interpreting, and administering employment-related policies and procedures. Ensure such policies and procedures comply with applicable state and federal laws and regulations, and personnel are trained and in compliance with these policies.
Maintains all personnel files and records for the organization.
Coordinates sponsored employee services and activities designed to enhance employee/organization relationships. Administers employee relations programs, employee communications, EAP program, new employee orientation, service award programs, sponsored sports, fund raising, and social activities and food service operations. Recommends new programs or changes to existing programs.
Other duties as assigned.
Three years to five years of similar or related experience.
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or a related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
The ability to motivate or influence others is a material part of the job, requiring a significant level of diplomacy and trust. Obtaining cooperation (internally and/or externally) is an important part of the job.
A generalist background in personnel administration, compensation, benefits, training, payroll and employee relations. Able to operate an adding machine, keyboard, and computer as well as various computer applications including Microsoft Office products; Word, Excel, Microsoft Publisher and Outlook.
Must have excellent oral and written communication skills.
Must be familiar with Federal and State laws affecting Human Resources.
PHR or SPHR Certification preferred, but not required.
Excellent planning, organization, and problem solving skills, including the ability to organize and prioritize multiple projects/tasks in an effective and timely manner.
Strong self initiative and good attention to detail.
Ability to handle HR responsibilities confidentially, with discretion, and using independent judgement.
Salary: Minimum $50,850 Midpoint $63,550