Part-time HR Generalist and Recruiter Reports To: COO
Responsibilities: A confidential Branding and Advertising Agency located in the Philadelphia area is looking to hire an accomplished part-time HR Generalist and Recruiter to be an integral part of our team.
The HR Generalist and Recruiter will assist in the development and execution of the HR strategies and activities that foster growth, innovation, and organizational effectiveness. This role will assist in assessing the human resources needs in areas such as performance management, employee relations, compensation, career development and leadership development.
The HR Generalist and Recruiter will manage the day-to-day recruiting and hiring process, demonstrating detailed execution and oversight to find and vet the best candidates for any given creative, strategic, account, project management, production and administrative support position.
The HR Generalist and Recruiter must have the skills and experience to execute the posting, recruitment, and evaluation of candidates for a range of dynamic positions required in a successful branding and advertising agency.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Interact with staff on a regular basis to assure positive and pleasant work environment. Ability to network and engage with our staff and teams. Works in collaboration with our team to promote and support a positive culture. Oversee the onboarding process & mentoring program for new staff members.
Administers various human resources plans and procedures for all company personnel; assists in development and implementation of personnel policies and procedures; prepares and maintain and updates the employee handbook and policies and procedures manual.
Administers compensation program; monitors performance evaluation program and revises as necessary, monitors and manages culture building and guiding Professional Development
Manage annual enrollment process and administer benefits programs
Maintains Human Resource Information System records and compiles reports from database.
Manage and perform the entire staffing process: recruit, screen, interview, test and recommend employees to fill vacant positions throughout agency
Write recruitment advertisements for posting in internet and other recruiting sources, ensuring compliance with all regulations
Oversee and promote the agency employee / candidate referral program
Utilize a variety of resources to proactively source candidates
If this sounds like an opportunity for you, please forward your cover letter and resume to email@example.com today!
Talent Acquisition SpecialistReports To: VP of HR
Responsibilities: Conduct full-cycle recruitment of exempt and non-exempt staff as assigned including, candidate screening, phone and in-person interviews, reference checks, and present verbal and written offers. Coordinate background process for selected candidate for assigned positions;
Building on our effective established recruiting process, establish pro-active recruiting strategy and sourcing plans to ensure adequate applicant flow for all assigned open positions;
Build pipelines with passive and active candidates through a variety of recruiting channels and job boards;
Build effective relationships with local technical schools and colleges/universities to facilitate pipeline development;
Aid in marketing the Tyndale brand by establishing a recognizable employer of choice reputation, both internally and externally. Create a strategic social media marketing campaign in conjunction with marketing department, to achieve enhanced brand awareness and to increase applicant flow;
Conduct regular follow-up meetings with hiring managers to determine the effectiveness of a recruiting strategy, especially for hard to fill positions;
Manage recruitment process in accordance with federal, state and local regulations as well as Company policies;
Manage recruitment process and candidate activity within the Applicant Tracking System and maintain reports on recruiting activity;
Track, report, and measure key metrics designed to measure staffing activity and retention. Compile and produce monthly reports;
As the need and opportunity permit, may support various HR Department programs and projects in other HR functional areas.
Requirements: Bachelors Degree in Human Resources, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Business or related field required;
Minimum of 3 years full cycle corporate recruiting experience required. Will consider applicants with staffing agency backgrounds provided they also have a minimum of 3 years full-cycle corporate recruiting experience; Experience in other HR functional areas a plus;
Must possess a strong understanding of sourcing and recruitment tools, including the effective use of multiple social media resources to market company and source candidates; Demonstrated track record of success and proficiency in candidate sourcing to include success at sourcing hard-to-find candidates;
Strong written and verbal communication skills;
Strong MS Office skills to include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook;
Strong proficiency and prior experience with HRMS and ATS systems required;
Proven ability to build, foster and maintain professional relationships at all levels within the organization;
Salary: Competitive Salary to be discussed
5050 Applebutter Rd
Compensation and Benefits ManagerReports To: Human Resources
Improving Lives One Career at a Time
The founder of IKEA had the powerful vision to improve the everyday lives of people through affordable, comfortable and practical home furnishings. Today, nearly 60 years after the opening of the first IKEA store, that idea continues to carry through in the down-to-earth, straightforward IKEA philosophy of helping to improve the lives of our team members, both as individuals and in their professional roles, so that together we are strongly committed to creating a better everyday life for ourselves and our customers. At IKEA, we don't just want to fill jobs; we want to partner with our people. We want to recruit unique individuals who share our values. If this sounds ideal to you, we encourage you to explore this outstanding opportunity with a global leader:
Compensation and Benefits Manager
Philadelphia- King of Prussia, PA
To strengthen Inter IKEA as the employer of choice, the Compensation and Benefits Manager is responsible for the administration and compliance of Inter IKEA compensation programs, policies and practices; initiates proposal for the design and future strategy of the compensation programs and plans, leads the Benefits design, secure the administration and compliance of Inter IKEA benefit offerings and ensures adherence to applicable laws and regulations.
Key responsibilities include:
Develop, implement and manage the vision, strategy and direction of the Inter IKEA Benefits total offer
Provide oversight to the administration of all benefit plans and programs, i.e. Health and Welfare Plans, disability plans, retirement plan, mobility programs, immigration and legal compliance.
Define and communicate business objectives and performance expectations for the HRSC.
Initiate the development of an effective Total Rewards strategy through the use of best practices
Monitor market trends and evaluate external competitiveness of Total Rewards programs.
Maintain a solid knowledge of Federal and State related laws and regulations to ensure compliance with regulatory provisions
Ensures compliance with state or federal legislation and regulations related to benefits plans and provides leadership on the analysis and review of proposed legislative changes while balancing the needs of the business and compliance.
Provide oversight for the preparation of all regulatory filings i.e. 401K audit, 5500 and ACA reporting
Communicate new benefit policy or changes in the law to the organization.
Develops open enrollment materials, Summary Plan Descriptions and any others miscellaneous benefit communications.
Your knowledge, skills and experience include:
5+ years of experience in the Compensation and benefits field
Demonstrated competence in Compensation Administration of compensation programs in a large multi-site national company; prefer retail compensation experience
Strong knowledge of Federal, State (all), and Local laws governing compensation
Extensive knowledge of compensation plans, trends, concepts, practices and procedures
Strong project management and implementation experience
Demonstrated ability in working with MS Office especially Access and Excel
Strong HRMS experience especially SAP
Experience with and ability to successfully perform in a matrix organization
Four year college degree in Business or related field from an accredited university
Preferred CCP or SHRM/PHR/SPHR Certification
Strong project management and implementation experience
Travel: Some Domestic and International travel (15%)
GROWING TOGETHER IKEA offers an exciting and empowering work environment in a global marketplace. And as the world's leader at life at home, you have exceptional opportunities to grow and develop together with us. IKEA provides a comprehensive benefits package to help you achieve your personal and wellness goals including.
Health and Rx insurance - rated at Platinum and Gold (Medical and Rx is available for those co-workers who work 30 hours per week)
Vision - free for full time co-workers, slight cost share for part time co-workers
Health and Dependent care FSA's
Company paid and Voluntary Life Insurance
401(k) with Company Match
Loyalty Bonus towards Retirement - THANKS program
Short and Long term disability (Short and long term disability is available for co-workers who work 30 hours per week)
Other great benefits include:
Generous PTO and paid sick time
Training and development
For complete job details, requirements, and to apply online, please visit the direct link below:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States 19106