The Employment Practices Coordinator is responsible for managing day-to-day employment activities. The incumbent is responsible for pre-hire efforts such as recruitment and onboarding to ensure top talent is hired and retained. The Coordinator also performs employment-related support tasks such as initiating, managing, and recording personnel changes. The incumbent recommends, implements, monitors and analyzes recruitment and employment activities and implements process improvements to ensure best practices are carried out. The Employment Practices Coordinator also works with other HR team members to carry out reporting, regulatory compliance, and post-hire employment actions.
Essential Job Functions
Develops recruitment strategies to achieve required staffing levels, including developing specific recruiting needs/plans with hiring managers.
Develops and maintains professional relationships with college, university and community college placement offices and as necessary, attends job/career fairs to generate qualified applicants.
Directs the efforts of employment agencies and search firms, including monitoring employment-related fees.
Performs all pre-hire onboarding activities, including interview coordination, pre-employment screenings, preparing offer letters, maintaining records of all pre-hire documentation.
Manages employment-related personnel changes by initiating employee personnel actions, obtaining DOA approvals, and managing and filing related documentation.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Ability to communicate in an effective, concise manner.
Ability to build relationships and communicate effectively with all levels within the organization.
Ability to analyze employment trends internally and externally and recommend appropriate personnel actions.
Education and Experience
Bachelor's Degree with an emphasis in HR or business administration. SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) and/or Professional in Human Resources (PHR) credential(s) preferred. Recruiting experience preferred. Experience creating/managing Affirmative Action Plans is also preferred.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Horizon is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, mental or physical disabilities, military or veteran status or any other legally protected status. Equal access to programs, services, and employment is available to all persons. Those applicants requiring reasonable accommodation to the application and/or interview process should notify Horizon's Department of Human Resources.
Light work: Lifting no more than 20 pounds at a time with frequent lifting or carrying of objects weighing up to 10 pounds. Even though the weight lifted may be very little, a job is in this category when it requires a good deal of walking or standing, or when it involves sitting most of the time with some pushing and pulling of arm or leg controls. To be considered capable of performing a full or wide range of light work, you must have the ability to do substantially all of these activities. If someone can do light work, we determine that he or she can also do sedentary work, unless there are additional limiting factors such as loss of fine dexterity or inability to sit for long periods of time. This position requires the ability to effectively see and hear the majority of the time.
Horizon does not and will not discriminate in employment practices based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, military status, age, disability or perceived disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.