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Salary: YEAR USD

Location: New Jersey USA

Type of employment : FULL_TIME

Industry: Hospitality
Department: Human Resources
Career Level: Executive
Work Hours: Full-time

Date Posted: 07 Sep 2018

Valid Through: 07 Oct 2018 04:50

A Hotel and Conference Center in New Jersey has an immediate opening for a Director of Human Resources. This is a confidential search; no recruiting agencies or third parties please.

Job Purpose:  To manage the Human Resources department and assist in administration of human resources policies, procedures, and practices.  This position functions as the central contact for information specific to human resources and it administers systems to ensure associates are treated fairly and consistently.

Job Responsibilities: 

  1. Develop, coordinate and conduct orientation for all new associates.
  2. Maintain training records and facilitate, develop and/or conduct training sessions that provide initial and ongoing training by working with the management team to ensure department and individual training is provided.
  3. Understand and use the concepts and legal guidelines to ensure all persons are treated within the requirements of the law.  Knowledge and practice of FLSA, FMLA, ADA, EEO, OSHA, COBRA, etc., as well as state laws.
  4. Aid in scheduling/coordinating (and participate as necessary) each department's meeting procedures by establishing practices and implementing decision making tools to improve the effectiveness of each department's meetings.
  5. Maintain personnel files with current compensation, benefit, performance, and mandated information, etc.  Provide information to authorized persons, and update files to document personnel actions and provide payroll information.
  6. Act as key recruitment contact, developing community relationships. Coordinate interview process, process applications, manage pre-employment drug screening & assessment tools, and correlate job offer process. Work with other managers to improve retention.  
  7. Orient associates and maintain records for use in employee benefits administration and conduct meetings with associates as necessary to ensure all eligible associates are familiar with their benefit package.  Enroll associates in the applicable benefit plans, process monthly billings, audit files and enrollment to ensure coverage is correct.
  8. Act as the contact for any associates who need to report a Workers Compensation Injury.  Coordinate facility efforts to ensure injured associates receive prompt medical attention. As necessary, maintain OSHA log in accordance with the act, correlate and communicate incident trends, and participate in safety team meetings.
  9. Oversee payroll processing.  Process payroll information such as employment data, hours worked, rates of pay, benefit deductions, and all withholdings necessary to accurately process payroll must be input on a timely basis.
  10. May perform other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications: 

  1. Bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management or similar field of study required.
  2. Minimum of 5 years of comparable experience required.
  3. Experience with administering federal, state, and local laws required.
  4. Excellent communication, presentation and listening skills.
  5. Computer skills including Microsoft Office, and payroll database applications required. 

Director of Human Resources - New Jersey

A Hotel and Conference Center in New Jersey has an immediate opening for a Director of Human Resources. This is a confidential search; no recruiting agencies or third parties please.

Job Purpose:  To manage the Human Resources department and assist in administration of human resources policies, procedures, and practices.  This position functions as the central contact for information specific to human resources and it administers systems to ensure associates are treated fairly and consistently.

Job Responsibilities: 

  1. Develop, coordinate and conduct orientation for all new associates.
  2. Maintain training records and facilitate, develop and/or conduct training sessions that provide initial and ongoing training by working with the management team to ensure department and individual training is provided.
  3. Understand and use the concepts and legal guidelines to ensure all persons are treated within the requirements of the law.  Knowledge and practice of FLSA, FMLA, ADA, EEO, OSHA, COBRA, etc., as well as state laws.
  4. Aid in scheduling/coordinating (and participate as necessary) each department's meeting procedures by establishing practices and implementing decision making tools to improve the effectiveness of each department's meetings.
  5. Maintain personnel files with current compensation, benefit, performance, and mandated information, etc.  Provide information to authorized persons, and update files to document personnel actions and provide payroll information.
  6. Act as key recruitment contact, developing community relationships. Coordinate interview process, process applications, manage pre-employment drug screening & assessment tools, and correlate job offer process. Work with other managers to improve retention.  
  7. Orient associates and maintain records for use in employee benefits administration and conduct meetings with associates as necessary to ensure all eligible associates are familiar with their benefit package.  Enroll associates in the applicable benefit plans, process monthly billings, audit files and enrollment to ensure coverage is correct.
  8. Act as the contact for any associates who need to report a Workers Compensation Injury.  Coordinate facility efforts to ensure injured associates receive prompt medical attention. As necessary, maintain OSHA log in accordance with the act, correlate and communicate incident trends, and participate in safety team meetings.
  9. Oversee payroll processing.  Process payroll information such as employment data, hours worked, rates of pay, benefit deductions, and all withholdings necessary to accurately process payroll must be input on a timely basis.
  10. May perform other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications: 

  1. Bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management or similar field of study required.
  2. Minimum of 5 years of comparable experience required.
  3. Experience with administering federal, state, and local laws required.
  4. Excellent communication, presentation and listening skills.
  5. Computer skills including Microsoft Office, and payroll database applications required. 

Job Details

Reference # 32541
Posted on 07 Sep 2018
Closes on 07 Oct 2018 04:50
Property name
Location(s) New Jersey
City Name
Department Human Resources
Career level Executive
Hours/Status Full-time
Pay range ($low)
Pay range ($high)
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