Compensation and Benefits, Senior and Executive HR, Training and Organizational Development
4 Year Degree
Can you read people and situations well? Are you the best at painting a picture with your words and helping them understand your point of view? Do you find yourself intrigued to sell an idea or a concept? Does a busy and flexible atmosphere that provides a resource for you to delegate all of the small details to sound appealing? PLM is looking for an HR Director that will be a key individual for the team. We’re looking for a proactive team player who creates positive vibes. We know you don’t want to track and manage every little detail, so we’ll have a structure in place that allows you to establish the environment that makes the best version of you. We want this individual to be a great influence through the recruitment process to promote our culture!
Quickly gain an excellent working knowledge of PLM’s organizational structure and technology
Lead strategy for PLM’s recruitment and oversee implementation throughout the entire process using the Culture Index as the foundation (training will be provided), including: Creation of job descriptions, posting and recruitment, selecting qualified candidates, scheduling, conducting interviews, and negotiating offers
Partner with managers on coaching, counseling, and disciplining PLM’s staff
Establish a formal training process for Purple Land Management to use across departments
Create and oversee the onboarding process for new employees, including working with managers to develop 30.60.90 day training plans
Collaborate with company leaders to drive effective workforce planning, including effectively monitoring staffing projections, turnover trends, and talent gaps, including staffing contingency plans for quick responsiveness to various operations situations.
Participate in candidate sourcing, assessment and selection.
Collaborate with management to develop accurate job descriptions, identifying core competencies and position specific competencies.
Ensure all pre-employment requirements have been completed to include background checks, pre-employment testing, and executed offer letters.
Develop and conduct the on-boarding process, which includes conducting employee orientation, and ensuring post-hire training is completed according to company policy.
Conduct benefits enrollment meetings and manage enrollment documentation.
Manage employee separation/termination process.
Format and conduct exit interviews, identify trends which require action/intervention, and make recommendations to management regarding training and development to correct issues.
Support and ensure compliance with the company policies and procedures, local, state, and federal regulatory agencies, while ensuring adherence to the company’s Code of Conduct.
Administers benefits programs such as life, health, and entail insurance, pension plans, vacation, sick leave, leave of absence, and employee assistance programs.
Consult Corporate Human Resources and legal counsel to ensure that policies comply with federal and state law and company requirements.
Writes directives advising departmental managers of company policy regarding equal employment opportunities, compensation and employee benefits.
Contracts with outside suppliers to provide employee services, such as temporary employees, search firms, or relocation services.
Interpret and communicate relevant information to operations staff and employees regarding Human Resources policies and procedures.
Guide company leadership in creating a culture of accountability and support where performers thrive and poor performers are appropriately managed.
Handle employee relations issues to include counseling, documentation, trend identification and resolution.
Provide leadership for problem solving and conflict resolution to facilitate improved working relationships.
Promote a safe workplace through systemic and proactive safety and environmental health practices and processes, and manage OSHA compliance.
Manage specific projects as determined in the Strategic Plan and annual HR plan and participate in functional and cross-functional initiatives.
Maintain employee files in accordance with company policy and legal requirements.
Provide high-level employee relations counselling and support to both managers and staff. Coach both managers and non-managers on work-related issues. Provide policy interpretation and creative conflict management/resolution. Guide managers and others through legally, sound-performance management and corrective action process.
In collaboration with the Manager of Training and Development and others, help develop and deliver training and development programming on a wide-variety of HR, management, and related topics.
Work/Keys of Success Qualifications:
4+ years of relevant HR or recruitment experience
Experience with direct reports
Excellent communication skills
Comfort working in a fast-paced environment
Ability to work independently under minimal supervision and strong record of accomplishment of setting and meeting delivery commitments
Strong track record of success
Ability to work with a diverse executive team
The ability to be candid and forthright and conduct oneself with maturity and integrity in all situations
Engaging attitude and willingness to work on a dynamic mixture of tasks no matter how big or small
Commitment to social impact initiatives
Excellent multi-tasking; staying organized under pressure and the ability to reprioritize daily
Can-do, positive attitude when it comes to taking on new or unfamiliar challenges
Extremely detail-oriented with outstanding written and verbal communication skills
Bachelor’s Degree required from a four-year college or university; or four years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
PHR or SPHR certification preferred
Understanding of basic employment law concepts
Strong computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office, specifically Word and Excel
Experience with Adobe Acrobat
Experience with general cloud based storage
Join Purple Land Management:
We are not just any land services company. We were founded where “going to work” meant “fighting for a cause;” where connections counted less than nose-to-the-grindstone dedication; and where the industry playbook was replaced by more innovative, results-driven methods.
These differences became the foundation for our company’s set of values, the Purple Way.
It’s how we live -- taking on everyday challenges in the most ethical manner, being self-motivating and having an entrepreneurial mindset. It means being determined in everything we do, with a unified vision of success for our company, community and country. And it means we highly value education and view knowledge as power. If this sounds like the type of company you want to be a part of, we’d love to hear from you.
Internal Number: PLMHRDirec
About Purple Land Management
In 2010, Bryan Cortney and Jesse Hejny decided they wanted to start a different kind of land services company, one where “going to work” meant “fighting for a cause;” where connections counted less than nose-to-the-grindstone dedication; and where the industry playbook was replaced by more innovative, results-driven methods. These differences became the foundation for our company’s set of values, the Purple Way.
The Purple Way is what we live by. It means taking on everyday challenges in the most ethical manner, being self-motivating and having an entrepreneurial mindset. It means being determined in everything we do, with a unified vision of success for our company, community and country. And it means we highly value education and view knowledge as power. Through our efforts in securing mineral leases for one of the country’s largest natural gas producers, we have discovered how important education in the community is to our industry. Increasing the public’s knowledge of the impact of mineral leasing and natural gas production empowers the residents in these communities and Americans in general.
For the property owners we work with, it becomes so much more than a signature a...nd a check; we offer a full explanation of the lease terms along with a discussion of the activities taking place in their neighborhoods and the long-term economic impact. In educating the public, we develop personal relationships and build trust. Most importantly, we explain the bigger picture in terms of reducing our dependence on foreign oil and establishing our country’s energy security.
We developed this approach working with the energy sector, but the spirit of it applies to everything we do. And it’s really very simple. Be open and aboveboard and make going the extra mile standard operating procedure. Give more than you take.