Nonprofit

Senior Manager, HR & Compliance

Remote
Work must be performed anywhere in United States
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Published 15 days ago

Details at a Glance

Job Type
Full Time
Start Date
July 15, 2024
Application Deadline
May 31, 2024
Experience Level
Mid-level/Managerial
Salary
USD $99,000 - $107,800 / year

Description

About the Role - Senior Manager, HR & Compliance 

The Senior Manager, HR & Compliance is a newly created role that will oversee and enhance various aspects of human resources, labor relations, and performance management.  As a vital member of the HR team, the Senior Manager, HR & Compliance will serve as a knowledgeable resource on HR matters, ensuring compliance with pertinent laws and regulations while upholding our commitment to equity, inclusion, and other values.  Responsibilities include managing employee and labor relations, conducting investigations, and resolving conflicts in collaboration with the Director of People.  This role will also play a key role in maintaining our employee handbook, ensuring alignment with our values, and providing training on policy updates.  Additionally, this role will manage the annual evaluation process, guide progressive discipline procedures, and facilitate goal-setting initiatives.


This role reports to the Director of People and serves as a peer to the Senior Manager, People Operations in the department. We seek a candidate who possesses a comprehensive knowledge of employment and labor laws and regulations and bargaining, as well as experience in managing organizational policies and interpreting labor contracts. 



Your responsibilities will include:

  • Serve as a staff liaison and resource on HR-related questions and concerns, including answering questions about areas under management
  • Maintain knowledge and understanding of laws and regulations related to EEO, ADA, Title XII, collective bargaining, unions, labor relations, and human resources.
  • Attend and participate in employee disciplinary meetings, terminations, and investigations.
  • Partner with the Director of People to keep the employee handbook up-to-date and in line with social justice and values-centered language, policies, and best practices, and is communicated and complied with across staff and leadership.
  • Work with the Director of People to manage organizational compliance with federal, state, and local employment and labor laws and regulations for all of the places GSF staff reside.
  • In collaboration with the Director of People, implement staff and leadership education around union relationship, CBA, and legal compliance.
  • Handle routine labor relations and human resource inquiries related to policies, procedures, and bargaining agreements; refer complex matters to the Director of People, appropriate management, and legal counsel.
  • In collaboration with the Director of People, investigate a variety of employee-related issues, incidents, and complaints, resolve disputes, recommend appropriate actions, and, where applicable, conduct effective, thorough, and objective investigations.
  • Provide labor relations consultations to employees, supervisors, directors, and union leadership.  Work with employees and union to interpret and implement various labor contract provisions.
  • Represent Groundswell management in administering agreements reached with unions.  Prepare MOUs and supplemental agreements. Facilitate labor-management meetings, research issues brought forward, and prepare management responses.
  • Develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with union representatives.
  • Partner with the Director of People to oversee and administer all aspects of the annual evaluation process.



What You'll Need:

  • Five or more years of relevant experience with an emphasis on HR, compliance, and labor relations. 
  • Proven ability to provide support for several areas of the HR lifecycle, including tactical, operational, and strategic HR functions within the organization.
  • Demonstrated experience in tactical HR administration (i.e., employee relations, performance management, etc.).
  • Strong knowledge of and experience with employment-related laws and regulations and ability to successfully apply them as needed.
  • Ability to think critically and provide effective and timely customer service to internal and external stakeholders.
  • SHRM-CP, or willingness to obtain certification in the first year of employment.



Who You Are:

  • An Effective Collaborator. You've successfully worked across cultural lines on a dispersed team, and you have the ability to operate in complex situations. You can easily gain trust from team members and are known for supporting them to ensure they are set up for success. You're not afraid to ask questions.
  • Flexible. You can manage a diverse set of team needs and aren't afraid to step outside your job description or comfort zone to help the team reach its goals. You're comfortable with shifting schedules and don't expect every day to go "as planned."
  • A Humble Teammate. Nothing is beneath or above you. You are quick to always lend a hand or two! You are able to earn influence without authority and naturally seek to support both small projects and large strategic goals.
  • Highly Ethical. You will be asked to make sensitive and critical judgment calls, and as such, you are known for your integrity; you take that reputation seriously. You always choose to make the right decision versus the easy decision. You know what information is sensitive, and you will protect it accordingly. 
  • Equity-Driven. You have experience centering diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in organizational practices. You bring sensitivity to issues of privilege, class, and race and are dedicated to incorporating principles of social justice into decision-making and strategic initiatives.


About the Role - Senior Manager, HR & Compliance 

The Senior Manager, HR & Compliance is a newly created role that will oversee and enhance various aspects of human resources, labor relations, and performance management.  As a vital…

Benefits

  •  Please note that it is for a flexible 4-day, 32-hour work schedule.
  • Very generous benefits include fully paid-for employee and family health, dental, vision, and a matching 401K plan, as well as additional employer-provided reimbursements for fertility expenses, gender-affirming health care costs, and midwifery/doula expenses that are not covered by insurance. 
  • Three weeks of vacation upon hire and a generous holiday schedule, including a week during the summer and the last two weeks of December off. 
  • This is a full-time, fully-remote, exempt position.


  •  Please note that it is for a flexible 4-day, 32-hour work schedule.
  • Very generous benefits include fully paid-for employee and family health, dental, vision, and a matching 401K plan…

Location

Remote
Work must be performed anywhere in United States
Associated Location
San Francisco, CA, USA

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