Established in 1901, ChildCareGroup's mission is to champion a strong early childhood system that teaches children and parents, trains early childhood professionals, and assists families.
The HR Business Partner serves in a generalist capacity providing leadership consultation and expertise in human resources, talent acquisition, benefits, performance management, and employee relations. Works closely on all human resource projects and programs as assigned. Manages programs, policies and procedures in support of organizational culture. Utilizes strong judgment and unwavering discretion in the handling of confidential information.
Essential Job Functions
Recruitment and Staffing:Oversees and coordinates the hiring process for all ChildCareGroup locations and facilities. Manages recruitment process including posting of assigned open positions internally and externally including online recruiting, job board postings, job fairs, etc. Provides guidance and training to supervisor and managers to ensure use of appropriate and effective recruiting and interviewing techniques. Responsible for pre-screening, scheduling interviews, conducting background and reference checks. Manages pre-employment testing (administrative, skill based, language, etc.) of all candidates as requested by Hiring Manager. Provides correspondence with all external candidates/customers. Maintains up-to-date bank of job descriptions for all departments and positions.
Employment Branding: Markets the ChildCareGroup employment brand within the employment market to assure that the organization recruits and retains the best candidates possible in an efficient and timely manner.
Processing Paperwork: Responsible for completing all required HR documentation relating to talent acquisition, employee relations, benefits administration, FMLA, ACA, and employment practices required to comply with government regulations.
Organizational Culture:Manages programs, policies and procedures to support the organizational culture. Audits and manages adherence to policies and procedures. Seeks ways to proactively improve organizational processes and outcomes. Listens actively to understand stakeholder concerns at the operational level and escalates issues when required.
Human Resources Information Systems: Previous experience utilizing Paycom HRIS. Utilizes available HR technology tools to conduct recruitment and onboarding activities, annual performance reviews, performance management, applicant tracking system. Ensures accurate data entry of employee information for all changes and transitions made during a staff member's employment (hiring, promotions, salary changes, etc.); Maintains security and accuracy for all human resources information systems.
New Employee Orientation: Assists with the new employee orientation process by updating and producing orientation manuals for staff, setting up orientation schedules, providing facility tours, conducting new employee orientation, administering onboarding paperwork.
Benefits:Provides guidance to employees relating to benefits; assists with benefits open enrollment, ACA compliance tracking and management. Complies with legal and business requirements of benefits programs to ensure employees' benefits are accurately entered in to HRIS.
SpecialProjects:Manages employee surveys as assigned, assists with evaluation and updating of CCG's policies and procedures; executes other projects and duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources or related field. Human Resources experience may be accepted in lieu of degree.
Skills and Experience:
Minimum of five (5) years Human Resources experience required
Non-profit experience is preferred
Experienced facilitation of recruitment practices, on-boarding, and off-boarding procedures
Strong Analytical, negotiating, and problem solving skills
Strong oral and written communications skills across all levels of employees, leadership, stakeholders, vendors, and board and trustee members
Ability to assess situations and equitably apply policies, procedures, and compliance across the organization
Strong knowledge of HR laws, standards, legislation and trends
Demonstrates flexibility, adaptability and strong initiative as a self-starter
Ability to deliver well-organized, persuasive, and informative presentations
Must be skilled in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, and Powerpoint
Strong initiative to learn and utilize HR technology tools to drive efficiencies
Laptop, cell phones, printers, fax machines, scanners, and general office equipment
Must have a valid Texas driver's license
Driving record must comply with CCG's automobile insurance carrier requirements
Must have liability insurance coverage and reliable personal transportation
Ability to travel locally or out of town as required.
Mileage reimbursement is offered when applicable
Work requires normal physical effort with minimal lifting requirements of items weighing less than 50 pounds
ChildCareGroup is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Internal Number: 39255
ChildCareGroup traces its origins to 1901 and is considered to be the first Settlement House in Texas. The Clara Chaison Free Kindergarten and Training School, located near the corner of present-day Cedar Springs and McKinney Avenue in Dallas, was established with a single purpose – to educate and care for the children of women who worked in Dallas’ cotton industry. Through partnerships and collaborations, we have expanded our nutrition and medical services and adopted the holistic philosophy we still practice today. Over time, one thing has remained constant: our profound commitment to helping families raise intellectually, emotionally and physically healthy young children. This history of caring remains at the heart of ChildCareGroup’s mission today.