Provides a full range of human resources services to staff, primarily focusing on recruiting, onboarding, employee relations, and benefits administration. Supports the Senior Director, People Strategy/HR on a variety of matters, including but not limited to, training and development, policies and procedures, HRIS, DEI. Develops a thorough knowledge and understanding of APTA, its membership, and services provided.
Duties Include but are not limited to:
• Manages all aspects of the full-cycle recruiting needs for APTA.
• Oversees all aspects of the onboarding process.
• Conduct new employee orientation meeting with the new hire, ensuring all forms are completed timely and in compliance with legal deadlines.
• Partners with the Senior Director, People Strategy/HR with managing and administering APTA Employee benefits;
• Processes enrollments, plan changes, and terminations; provides benefit education to employees.
• Works closely with benefit broker, vendors, and third-party administrators on all matters related to APTA’s benefits administration.
• Processes all monthly benefit invoices
• Administers all aspects of Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requests, to include required notices and certification forms, leave tracking, and return-to-work status.
• Administers all aspects of Short-Term Disability and coordinates with FMLA and APTA’s leave program
• Administers the retiree medical, dental, and life plans with the brokers and carriers;
• Maintain current, accurate benefit information in new hire orientation packets and in ADP/HRIS
Employee Retention & Development
• Works with the Senior Director, People Strategy/HR to plan, implement and carry out APTA’s training and development initiatives.
• Tracks approved training and Tuition Reimbursement Requests.
• Assists with APTA’s annual and mid-year performance review and goal setting processes.
• Conducts six-month check-in meetings with new hires and provide necessary feedback for process improvement and implementation, where possible.
• Conducts exit interviews with departing employees and disseminate pertinent information to management as needed in consultation with Senior Director, People Strategy/HR.
• Plans and organizes Administrative Professionals’ Day activities
General Human Resources
• Handles all requests for employee verifications, references, and unemployment claims.
• Updates salary and benefits information in payroll/HRIS and benefits administration systems.
• Serves as main HR point of contact on APTA’s HRIS from implementation, updates, staff rollout, when required.
• Maintains accurate and organized employee and association files in accordance with APTA’s document retention policy and legal compliance for active, terminated, and retired personnel.
• Provides new hire training, and as needed, on ADP and other HR modules
• Drafts, edits, and distributes staff communications through email, PowerPoint presentations, surveys, memos, and other documents as needed.
• Presentations to staff in small or large group settings
• Participates in advancing APTA’s DEI initiatives as it relates to all recruitment, retention, training, and development, and the HR strategy.
• Research and recommend trainers for various topics and needs to help coordinate training sessions throughout the year.
• Performs other duties or projects as assigned by the Senior Director, People Strategy/HR.
QUALIFICATIONS (include but not limited to):
• Bachelor’s degree in Business, Human Resources, or other related discipline from a four-year college or university.
• Seven to ten years’ progressive experience working in the human resources field.
• Professional certification (minimum PHR or SHRM-CP) preferred.
• Working knowledge in the human resources areas of recruiting, benefits, retirement plans, employment law, DEI, compensation, and payroll.
• Clear understanding of the importance of data integrity and accuracy
• Basic accounting and math knowledge for payroll and benefits administration purposes.
• Impeccable attention to detail.
• High level of integrity and adherence to maintaining confidentiality.
• Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously while meeting deadlines.
• Ability to work with frequent disruptions and reprioritize area of focus as needed.
• Ability to act independently with minimal oversight, displaying sound judgment and critical thinking.
• Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
• Ability to be mobile.
• Equal Opportunity Employer. Employer Principals Only. No phone calls, please.
Position is located in Alexandria, VA. Not eligible for remote work.
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