The Human Resources Manager plans, directs, and coordinates functions related to the organization’s employees and contractors. They develop, implement, and maintain human resources policies, procedures, and forms; assist and support department managers and employees regarding personnel issues; and maintain personnel records in accordance with organizational and regulatory requirements.
The HR Manager also oversees recruiting, interviewing, and hiring of employees and contractors. They consult with top management (e.g., President, Finance Manager) on strategic workforce planning and serve as the organization’s link between management and employees/contractors.
Reports directly to the Vice President of Finance and Administration. Coordinates activities and assists all department managers and employees.
The Human Resources Manager Job Description is mentioned in the following procedures:
Procedure ID and Name
Policies & Procedures Manual
|AD1040 Sales Hiring||Sales & Marketing|
|ADM101 Personnel Records||Human Resources|
|ADM102 Form Development||Human Resources|
|ADM107 Separation||Human Resources|
|ADM108 Workplace Rules & Guidelines||Human Resources|
|ADM109 Human Resources Reports||Human Resources|
|AS1030 Job Descriptions||AS 9100|
|AS1040 Competence, Awareness, and Training||AS 9100|
|CMP101 Workplace Safety||Human Resources|
|CMP102 Americans with Disabilities||Human Resources|
|CMP103 Family And Medical Leave||Human Resources|
|CMP104 Drug Free Workplace||Human Resources|
|CMP105 Health Insurance Portability Accountability||Human Resources|
|CMP106 Harassment & Discrimination||Human Resources|
|CMP107 Federal Posting Requirements||Human Resources|
|CMP108 Equal Employment Opportunity||Human Resources|
|COM101 Payroll||Human Resources|
|COM102 Paid & Unpaid Leave||Human Resources|
|COM103 Insurance Benefits||Human Resources|
|COM104 Healthcare Benefits||Human Resources|
|COM105 Employee Retirement Income Security||Human Resources|
|COM106 Consolidated Budget Reconciliation||Human Resources|
|DEV101 Development Management||Human Resources|
|DEV102 Training Reimbursement||Human Resources|
|DEV103 Computer User & Staff||Human Resources|
|DEV104 Internet & E-Mail Acceptable Use||Human Resources|
|DEV105 Performance Appraisals||Human Resources|
|DEV106 Employee Discipline||Human Resources|
|FS1020 Management Responsibility||ISO 22000|
|FS1030 Competence, Awareness, and Training||ISO 22000|
|FS1040 Job Descriptions||ISO 22000|
|FS1060 Hazard Analysis Preparation||ISO 22000|
|G&A109 Release of Confidential Information||Accounting Manuals Template|
|HRG101 Employee Hiring||Human Resources|
|HRG102 Job Descriptions||Human Resources|
|HRG103 Employment Applications||Human Resources|
|HRG104 Interviewing Applicants||Human Resources|
|HRG105 Background Investigations||Human Resources|
|ITAD108 Email Policy||Computer & Network (IT)|
|ITAM101 IT Asset Standards||Computer & Network (IT)|
|ITSD106 IT Access Control||Computer & Network (IT)|
|ITSD108 IT Incident Handling||Computer & Network (IT)|
|ITTS105 IT User-Staff Training Plan||Computer & Network (IT)|
|QP1070 Competence, Training, and Awareness||ISO 9001 QMS|
A bachelor’s degree in human resources or business administration is required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to work well with people at all levels of the organization. Leadership skills are beneficial. Familiarity with personnel standards and regulations at the federal level is required; knowledge of state regulations, standards, and guidelines is desired. Project management experience is preferred.
SPHR or comparable HR certification is highly desirable. Membership in a professional organization (e.g., SHRM) is beneficial.
Occasional travel by airplane and automobile to various worksites for conducting business is necessary (around 10%). Must be able to communicate well orally and in writing with board of directors, top management, legal staff, and coworkers and contractors individually and in groups. Regular use of a telephone, email, or other medium to communicate is essential.
Sitting for extended periods is common. Hearing and vision within normal ranges is essential for normal conversations, to receive ordinary information and to prepare or inspect documents.
No heavy lifting is expected. Exertion of up to 10 lbs. of force occasionally may be required. Good manual dexterity for the use of common office equipment such as computer terminals, calculator, copiers, and FAX machines.
Good reasoning ability, eye for detail are required to solve a wide range of business problems.
The job is performed indoors in a traditional office setting. Activities include extended periods of sitting and extensive work at a computer or other device.