Manages HR staff and activities within one District or Mega Project regarding talent acquisition, employee relations, total rewards, and legal compliance to support Company and Project objectives.
Works closely with business leaders to forecast resourcing needs, tracks employee active job status to support District and project goals. Works with intern and student talent sourcing programs to provide a consistent talent pool for project needs.
Assists talent acquisition team with candidate screening and interview coordination for placement at all levels of the organization.
Coordinates onboarding access, assets and activities for District level new hires and internal transfers to support an engaging onboarding experience.
Investigates employee relations inquiries and issues using prescribed Company processes and with the support and guidance of the legal compliance team.
Conducts exit interviews for all separated employees using Company processes and interview collection tools.
Perform additional assignments per management’s direction.
Works with legal counsel on immigration matters to ensure Company and employee compliance with Federal and State tax and document requirements.
Develops and implements training programs for HR processes, project, state, or union required topics within District, with the oversight of direct supervisor.
Schedules and facilitates HR trainings regarding Company systems, performance and compensation evaluation reviews, compliance trainings and Company programs. Provides input and leads HR program initiatives from development to implementation, as needed.
Documents and tracks the employee relations issues within assigned projects or District to identify trends or training opportunities. Recommends training and employee development for identified trends and implements solutions with the oversight of direct supervisor.
Generates and submits employee information changes regarding new hire, transfer, termination, compensation, benefit enrollment and employee demographic data updates through Company prescribed workflows and systems.
Maintains knowledge of Company values and strategic plan.
Support published corporate policies.
Bachelor's Degree in Human Resource Management, Business Administration or a related field required.
7+ years’ experience required.
Construction industry or related industry experience required.
Project Management experience preferred.
Senior Professional Human Resources (SPHR), Global Professional of Human Resources (GPHR), Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) certifications preferred
Valid Driver’s License
Proven strategic leadership and project management skills required.
Able to build relationships with internal and external business contacts required.
Able to influence with or without authority at all levels of the business.
Strong time-management skills required. Able to maintain professional composure under tight deadlines or sensitive situations.
Advanced employment law and HR compliance knowledge required.
Developing critical-thinking and analytical skills.
Strong verbal communication and interpersonal skills required.
Able to maintain confidentiality over employment records, inquiries, medical information, investigations and other employment related items required.
Able to identify talent strengths and growth opportunities in direct reports and provide development opportunities to encourage team growth.
Flatiron develops innovative solutions to build critical infrastructure and landmark projects.
Flatiron builds roads, bridges, rail, airports, dams, industrial, water and underground projects from common to complex, large-scale jobs. Delivering successful projects under a variety of contracting methods, Flatiron has unparalleled design-build and public-private partnership experience and expertise.
Founded in Boulder, Colorado, in 1947, and named for the unique rock formations there, Flatiron now operates across the U.S. and Canada. Flatiron is a subsidiary of German-based HOCHTIEF, one of the world’s largest international construction service providers.