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Company STANDstrong
Company Description

Formerly known as the Women’s Shelter Program of San Luis Obispo County, Stand Strong has been serving the community since 1977, when two women in Morro Bay opened up their home to survivors of domestic violence.

Other volunteers saw and joined them in their effort to provide safety to survivors. In 1979, this volunteer effort became formally incorporated as the Women’s Crisis House. As services expanded for domestic violence survivors, the Women’s Crisis House changed its name to the Women’s Shelter Program of San Luis Obispo County.

In 2017, the Women’s Shelter Program changed its name to Stand Strong to reflect the organization’s role in the bigger conversation of dismantling domestic violence in San Luis Obispo County – calling on all community members to come together and support one another with dignity, respect, and compassion.

Mission Statement:

To support survivors and end domestic violence in San Luis Obispo County.

The Stand Strong Vision:

A society where intimate partners and family members treat each other with dignity, respect, and compassion; where oppression is replaced with equality; where the expression of conflict and anger is non-violent; where children grow up with their esteem intact and are nurtured in such a manner they recognize the value of speaking the truth, welcoming diversity and practicing cooperation. Our vision is a society free from intimate and political wars.

URL https://standstrongnow.org/
Email hr@standstrongnow.org
Job Title Human Resources Director
Job Responsibilities

Under the direction of the Executive Director, this employee is responsible for managing the Human Resources functions of Stand Strong. This is a 40 hour/week position reporting to the Executive Director.
Job Duties include:
 Oversee Human Resources for the organization, including but not limited to HR policies and procedures; benefits; employee relations and professional development; performance; compensation and classification of employees; employee safety; hiring; and termination.
 Communicate HR policies, procedures, legal rules and regulations, and maintain compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment.
 Coordinate health, life, vision, and disability insurance enrollments and communicate with service providers concerning routine administration of programs.
 Collaborate with the Executive Director and Director of Finance regarding HR policies and procedures.
 Prepare job requirements and job descriptions for all positions.
 Manage recruiting, background checks, and initial orientation for staffing and volunteers.
 Manage employee data, including HR tracking system. Maintain appropriate employee files, including processing and verifying all personnel forms and documents.
 Assist in training new staff.
 Manage benefits annual enrollment process by facilitating meetings, answering employee questions and ensuring employees are enrolled as needed.
 Conduct exit interviews.
 Maintain company organization charts and employee directory.
 Coordinate employee safety program.

 Assist with time-tracking for grant reporting.
 Additional tasks as identified

 

Job Qualifications

 Minimum 2 years of experience in human resources recruiting, and HR best practices, within California.
 Knowledge of current HR laws and requirements for state of California.
 Administrative experience within the nonprofit sector preferred.
 Strong oral and written communication skills.
 Able to work independently.
 Ability to handle sensitive issues with discretion and confidentiality.
 Demonstrate cultural competency and awareness in dealing with diverse populations.
 Experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
 Experience with Payroll and HR management systems. Payroll Maxx Experience a plus.
 Ability to learn new technologies and software.
 Must possess strong planning and organizational skills, as well as the ability to manage multiple tasks, meet deadlines and respond to changing priorities.
 High level of interpersonal skills and the ability to handle sensitive and confidential situations and documentation.
 Knowledge of office administration procedures.
 Fluency in English, with fluency in Spanish a plus.
 Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Compensation Negotiable- (Includes excellent benefit package)
Benefits
How to Apply

Please submit a resume, cover letter and salary requirements electronically to hr@standstrongnow.org. NOTE: Please put “Human Resources Director” in the email subject line. No calls, please. Submissions will be reviewed on an ongoing basis until the deadline. Visit www.StandStrongNow.org to learn more about us.

Expiration Date 2019-02-28