The Human Resources Generalist at Christ Fellowship is responsible for working with ministry leaders to plan and execute a variety of professional-level human resources plans and processes across assigned campus locations. This position
requires advanced collaboration and competencies in Staffing & Recruitment, Employee Relations, Benefits Administration, and Policy Implementation. The Human Resources Generalist is a full-time, salaried (exempt) role and reports to the Manager of Human Resources.
To apply, you must be committed to making Christ Fellowship your church home, the place where you worship and serve.
Experience and Education:
- Bachelor’s degree in related field of study.
- HR Generalist and PHR certifications.
- Minimum 2 years’ professional HR experience as an Administrator.
- Minimum 2 years’ experience with industry best practices in related areas; including processes, procedures and tools.
- Experience deploying and administering HRIS, Payroll and Recruitment processes and tools.
- Demonstrated ability to multi-task and perform high quality, detailed work with minimum supervision.
- Ability to work and serve well in partnership with other ministry leaders utilizing highly developed interpersonal communication (written and verbal), business acumen and leadership consultation skills.
- Experience with Taleo, or similar applicant tracking systems for sourcing, interviewing and onboarding.
- Experience with ADP Workforce Now, or similar HRIS and payroll tools.
Requirements & Responsibilities:
- Understands business processes and key internal/external relationships.
- Ensures that HR administration is delivered on time, every time, and to a high degree of accuracy.
- Creates, plans and implements positive and pragmatic HR solutions to successfully deliver business objectives.
- Able to communicate vision to managers and challenge or coach them, when needed.
- Implements HR strategies that impact positively on church goals, and drives to increase HR performance by seeking comments, opinions and feedback.
- Uses appropriate HR metrics to evaluate performance and make recommendations.
- Fully understands applicable labor laws and key principles of employee relations.
- Communicates and explains leadership decisions to employees.
- Fosters working relationships with vendors and industry experts.
- Trains others in areas of expertise.
- Defines staffing needs, taking into account quantity and skills requirements.
- Has a comprehensive knowledge of interviewing, evaluation and other recruitment processes and techniques.
- Actively promotes internal mobility and succession planning.
- Has a thorough understanding of internal and external market conditions that impact candidate attraction and employee retention.
- Develops and implements effective recruitment processes, techniques and sources for attraction and selection of candidates.
- Efficiently uses Christ Fellowship’s recruitment and onboarding tools, including Taleo and ADP.
- Helps management to plan and implement effective change management and communication to ensure that organizational changes have a positive impact on both the employee and church.
- Partners with leadership and employees to maintain Christ Fellowship’s desired culture and vision and leads by example through shared Core Values.
- Implements two-way communication to keep candidates and employees informed and involved about church and HR processes and other matters which impact them.
- Designs and implements candidate and employee communications, utilizing collaborative platforms for print, email, intranet and social media.
- Actively promotes care for employees’ safety and wellbeing.