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Human Resources Generalist

R-036477
  1. Baytown
  1. Oil & gas

Human Resources Generalist

The HR Generalist is responsible for applying business knowledge and human resources expertise. He or she will assist in providing a wide range of HR support and advice. The successful candidate will play a key role in the success of the organization by offering guidance on performance management, employee relations and HR best practices while facilitating a positive relationship between personnel and management.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide personnel policy and procedure guidance to employees and management.
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of federal and state employment law and compliance requirements.
  • Create and distribute internal communications regarding HR related changes or company policies.
  • Administer new employee on-boarding and orientation.
  • Investigates HR issues from reporting to resolution. 
  • Supports key HR processes, including performance management, talent development, training & development and rewards & recognition.
  • Prepare and distribute a variety of HR reports to support the business.
  • Build credible relationships with leaders and employees through trust, collaboration and effective communication.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources or related field preferred.
  • Minimum 5 year’s progressive human resources experience.
  • Proven organizational skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Proven problem solver, results focused, self-motivated and strong customer service skills.
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