Community Vision takes a person-centered approach in providing quality support services tailored to the unique needs and wishes of individuals who experience developmental disability. Our work is rooted in the belief that all people, regardless of perceived ability, deserve the freedom to make the basic choices that define their lives. We offer a variety of services to provide the tools for people to live as independently as possible, while pursuing their goals and dreams.
Purpose: The HR Generalist is part of a team helping to drive Community Vision’s ongoing transformation as an organization that continuously innovates and leads in the developmental disability services field. This role collaborates with the HR Director in carrying out the department’s goals by completing administrative processes accurately and efficiently in order to support the organization’s overall mission.
Ability to apply knowledge of HR best practices and employment law to the work.
Ability to accomplish objectives in a manner consistent with our mission, vision and values.
Ability to think and analyze through a lens of equity and inclusion.
Demonstrate understanding of and commitment to a multi-cultural approach for supporting a diverse and inclusive workplace.
Ability to work independently and function with minimal instruction.
Ability to maintain and organize records and accurately document service delivery.
Ability to build confidence and trust with team members, agency employees, and Supported Individuals.
Excellent professional writing skills with a keen eye for editing and formatting.
Strong verbal and nonverbal communication skills to effectively give and receive information.
Effective analytical skills with concentrated attention to detail.
Ability to manage and prioritize tasks according to timelines and compliance requirements.
Proficiency in the use of a variety of computer programs including, iOS apps, and Microsoft Office Suite; with particular emphasis on Word and Excel.
Knowledge of HR and Payroll systems (e.g. ADP) is highly preferred, but not required.
Ability to present yourself as a professional at all times within the office and community - maintain a healthy attitude when working with the individuals we serve, co-workers, other professionals, advocates, and members of the community.
Ability to comprehend, implement, and follow all Community Vision policies and procedures as well as applicable employment laws.
Ability to maintain confidentiality – handle confidential information according to HIPAA guidelines.
Approved Criminal History Check through the Oregon Department of Human Services Background Check Unit. Must meet background check approval requirements for the duration of employment.
Ability to push, pull, and lift up to 50lbs.
Bachelor’s degree in Business, Public Administration, Human Resources or a similar field of study plus 1 year of work experience; or 2-3 years’ experience in a similar administrative role with progressive responsibilities.
Essential Job Functions:
Maintain personnel files of active employees in electronic and paper form in an organized and timely manner. Enter personnel documents into company/program lists and databases.
Maintain personnel files of terminated employees, ensure all termination requirements have been completed and personnel files are properly scanned, labeled and stored.
Administer and maintain employee benefits: track employee eligibility, prepare and deliver benefit plan information to employees, enter employee information in benefit portals, and work with HR Director in preparation/implementation of open enrollment.
Maintain employee data to ensure agency compliance with federal/state employment laws.
Prepare reports related to EEO, OSHA, FLSA, and ACA compliance.
Support HR Director in preparing and processing documentation for compliance with FMLA/OFLA leave and ADA processes.
Support HR Director in preparing and processing workers’ compensation, unemployment, and other employment liability claims.
Conduct reference checks on prospective employees.
Prepare new employee offer letters and employment agreements.
Collaborate with Training Manager to ensure completion of all new-hire requirements.
Maintain current Qualified Entity Designation certification through the Oregon Department of Human Services Background Check Unit.
Support process of maintaining BCU database of all employees and ensure initial background checks and rechecks are conducted in accordance with applicable Oregon Administrative Rules.
Stay apprised of employee performance, employee transfers, leave requests and suspensions in order to maintain accurate data tracking.
Assist program supervisors with the administration of CV PTO policies.
Complete employment and wage verifications in a timely manner. Create reports as needed.
Effectively contribute to cultivating an organizational culture of equity and inclusion.
Other duties as agreed upon by the HR Director.
Schedule: M-F 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Benefits: Community Vision offers a generous benefits package to eligible employees, including: medical, dental, vision, flex spending medical/dependent care pre-taxed benefits, 401k, PTO, Long term disability, Travel, and Life insurance.
Community Vision provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Community Vision values diversity and encourages everyone who is interested in employment with our organization to apply.