As a member of the Facilities and Campus Services Human Resources team, you will provide consultative services that align our HR initiatives and functions with business objectives and business needs. Duties for the HR Business Partner will include aligning staff to business objectives, recruiting the right talent, enhancing staff performance, supporting employee development, enhancing recruitment efforts that further our diversity efforts and contribute to a culture of inclusion and belonging.
In this role you will proactively identify, explore, and evaluate complex and sensitive HR issues that require thorough analysis of issues, creative problem solving, and presentation of various approaches to address issues, advocating for the best possible approach. You'll partner with the FCS HR Director on highly complex issues. You'll provide policy interpretation, advice, and guidance to clients and partner with colleagues in Workforce Policy and Labor Relations (WPLR) and/or Counsel's office in the administration and interpretation of bargaining unit contracts, mediation efforts, and hearing/resolution of grievances on behalf of the University. You'll work collaboratively with colleagues to design, develop and deliver effective training programs to support Human Resource objectives.
What we need:
The ideal candidate for this role will hold a Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Psychology or a related field and have 2 years of related experience in one or more of the following human resource areas: employee relations, labor relations, recruitment, talent management, compensation, or organizational development or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Additionally, we seek a team member who has a proven track record for taking initiative, possessing excellent judgement including handling sensitive matters with tact and discretion while maintaining confidentiality, utilizing creative problem-solving skills and is an excellent communicator who uses active listening skills. Candidates must have solid experience using standard desktop tools, including word processing programs, database management systems, and spreadsheets (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.). The noteworthy HR Business Partner should improve HR initiatives, enhance staff morale, enhance relations between staff and employers, contribute to attaining business goals, promote good HR practices, and attract talented recruits.
If you have all those things great! We have a few more things that we would prefer that you have, but its OK if you don't:
Prior experience in a unionized environment preferred. SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP, or equivalent desired.
University Job Title:
HR Generalist III
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