Under general supervision, assists leads in assigned HR area in performing various high-level administrative tasks to ensure compliance with relevant federal, state, and local employment-related laws; licensure and accreditation standards; and Seven Counties’ internal HR policies and procedures.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Provides consultation to supervisors and managers on issues within assigned HR area (e.g., hiring pay rates, reclassifications, credentialing, training requirements, benefits’ effective dates).
Provides customer service and resources within assigned HR area, to SCS staff.
Implements processes to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local employment-related laws and regulations (e. g., I-9s, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), COBRA, unemployment insurance, Affirmative Action, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)).
Implements processes (e. g., background checks, drug testing results, credentialing applications) to ensure compliance with requirements for licensure and accreditation (e. g., L & R and DBH/DID regulations, Joint Commission, credentialing).
Implements processes to ensure compliance with SCS’s internal HR procedures (e. g., Personnel Information Documents (PIDs): salary quotes, job classifications, academic degrees, professional licenses/certifications; personnel requisitions; new hire orientation, performance evaluations, employee benefits enrollments and changes: health/dental/short-term and long-term disability/life insurance, tuition assistance, FMLA extension, Kentucky Retirement Systems (KRS) and Prudential).
Develops, maintains, and audits filing systems (electronic and non-electronic) for tracking compliance with federal, state, and local employment-related laws and regulations, licensure and accreditation requirements, and SCS’s internal HR procedures.
Develops and updates flowcharts/instructions to document own job functions/processes.
Provides coverage at corporate office switchboard as needed.
Performs variety of business professional tasks, including typing, data entry, filing, and copying, to facilitate administrative activities of HR (e.g., posting content on SharePoint, facilitating meetings, recording meeting minutes, processing purchase requisitions, managing HR office’s equipment and office supplies).
Serves on various organization-wide teams/committees to represent HR, enhance professional skills, increase knowledge of organization, and model cross-division collaboration.
Bachelor’s degree or an equivalent in-depth specialized training program.
Working knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations, licensure and accreditation standards.
Strong Microsoft Office application skills; business professional skills; and oral and written communication and interpersonal skills.
Close attention to detail
Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Two to three years of administrative experience, with at least two years’ experience in Human Resources.
Years Of Experience:
2+ to 5 Years
Level of Education:
4 Year Degree
Submit resume to ludmilla.plenty@centerstoneky.