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Human Resources Manager

Location: United States

Human Resources Manager is responsible for providing HR leadership and achieving business objectives in the areas of talent management/recruitment, employee engagement, employee relations, compensation and total rewards, and training and development. Reporting to the President, this individual will have a solid generalist background and will be a key player to drive change, influence management decision-making, and build and maintain cross-functional relationships in all parts of the organization.

Essential Duties and Responsibilites

Promote a positive work environment by providing PRI employees with superior customer service. Responsible for maintaining a professional and well-maintained work environment. Address and resolve employee conflicts and employee relations' issues.
Motivate employees and stimulate the work environment. Plan and organize company parties and events. Promote the company's values of open communication, and dedication. Reinforce a diligent and rewarding environment.
Ensure that HR policies and procedures comply with all state and federal regulations, and are being communicated to all PRI staff. Stay abreast of changes in employment law and update policies and procedures as necessary.
Annually develop Business Plans for the following areas: Human Resources, Ethics Compliance, Corporate office Facilities, and Information Technology. Recommend/implement programs that meet corporate goals and objectives.
Establish appropriate systems and procedures to ensure efficient, effective and high quality administrative services, as well as maintain and update the Policies & Procedures Manual as appropriate.
Create and maintain corporate continuity and recovery plan. Implement risk management procedures to ensure protection for the organization and its employees. Provide training for corporate employees on safety and health procedures in compliance with OSHA standards.
Create and manage budgets for the following departments: Information Technology, Human Resources, and General Administration.
Responsible for recruiting methods and efforts to employee and retain great talent. Administer all pre-employment screening procedures, such as: background checks, medical exams and drug/alcohol testing.
Responsible for generating new hire/termination paperwork and maintaining employee files, medical files, I-9's, and workers compensation files. Administer all employee compensation and benefit plans including health, dental, life, disability, flexible spending, and 401(k).
Responsible for employee orientation and training program. Set up work stations for new employees prior to their start date, including computer setup tailored to the employee's specific needs, pre-programmed telephone, appropriate manuals, business cards, extensions lists etc.
Special projects as assigned.


Bachelor's degree and 5-10 years of progressive Human Resources experience. HR certification preferred.
Self-starting, proven team player capable of prioritizing own work and/or problems simultaneously; in a complex environment, that is fast changing.
Qualified applicants must have prior federal contractor experience.
Demonstrated success implementing/executing HR programs and processes in compensation, performance management, employee development, benefits, and employee relations.
ADVANCED knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, and Internet Applications.
Professional and personable.
Ability to work well under pressure and time frames; and with many different personality types.
Ability to travel to various worksites as needed.

Physical Demands and Work Environment

The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Physical demands:  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, feel objects, and type on keyboard; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

Work environment:  The noise level in the work environment and temperature is usually normal. This position requires a flexible schedule.


    For more information,contact:
Project Resources Inc.
Human Resources, priresumes@priworld.com

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