The Human Resources Generalist is responsible for performing and supporting the daily functions of the Human Resources Department; in addition, this position will also manage the administrative responsibilities for the Wilson Historic District.
This role works closely with management and employees to support the Foundation’s goals and objectives.
Supports employee relations, performance management, onboarding, policy implementation, recruitment and talent acquisition, and employment law compliance.
Records management and departmental administrative duties related to Human Resources and other support areas.
Performs routine tasks required to administer and execute human resource programs including but not limited to compensation, benefits, and leave; performance and talent management; talent acquisition; recognition, occupational health and safety; and training and development.
Facilitates new hire orientation and onboarding for new employees
Ensures compliance with all regulatory compliance postings and communications
Supports employee engagement initiatives
Provides administrative support to the VP of HR & Administration
Bachelor’s degree in human resources, business administration or related field, PHR/SHRM-CP a plus
Minimum of five years’ experience in a human resources related role preferred
Experience in employee relations, performance management, onboarding, policy implementation, recruitment and talent acquisition, and employment law compliance.
Strong organizational and time management skills
Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong interpersonal skills
Ability to act with professionalism, integrity and a high level of confidentiality
Able to approach and resolve employee issues with professionalism, confidentiality and sensitivity
Ability to interact with all levels of employees
Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and other related programs
When Algur and Virginia Meadows established The Meadows Foundation in 1948, they wanted to create a wellspring of resources to benefit and serve the people of their state of Texas. They left the privilege of giving to future generations of their family, with the mandate to continuously improve the quality of life for Texans. This meant not only to give, but to give well.
The Foundation funds in the areas of arts and culture, civic and public affairs, education, health, and human services.