About the agency:
Consider a career at Willamette Family! We are a longstanding substance use treatment and behavioral healthcare provider that strives to support our community.
Willamette Family was recently accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA), noting that we meet or exceed the national standards for excellence in behavioral healthcare.
The Human Resources Assistant provides support to the HR department and the agency as a whole. The primary administrative duties are to manage the administrative tasks related to the employee life cycle and track HR compliance. The Human Resources Assistant liaises closely with management staff and supervisors to maintain an employee-focused and effective HR support service to the organization.
The HR assistant will work closely with the HR Associate and the HR Director. This position can be a hybrid of in-person office work and remote work.
Employee Benefits include:
COVID 19 MANDATE
As our facilities are considered residential healthcare facilities Willamette Family is required to follow state mandates around Masking and the COVID-19 vaccination.
Upon hire, new employees are asked to provide proof of COVID 19 Vaccination or valid exemption.. Requirements:
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Willamette Family Inc. prohibits discrimination on the basis of any characteristics protected by applicable local, state, federal laws and any agency policy including, but not limited to, discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or sexual orientation.
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Human Resources Trainer is $44,259 per year or $21 per hour. The highest paying Human Resources Trainer jobs have a salary over $61,000 per year while the lowest paying Human Resources Trainer jobs pay $32,000 per year
A human resources generalist is responsible for monitoring the human resources policies and procedures, making adjustments as needed to align with the company's goals and objectives. Duties of a human resources generalist also include improving employee relations system, organizing compliance and knowledge training, reviewing benefit plans, managing compensation inquiries, assisting in recruitment and staffing needs, communicating with department heads in employees' performance reviews, and storing employees' files for reference. A human resource generalist must have excellent communication and decision-making skills to address issues concerning the company and employees' welfare.
A human resources coordinator is responsible for cooperating with the company's human resources department, supporting its processes and procedures, and assisting with employees' concerns. Human resources coordinators' duties include maintaining business files and employees' records, processing documents and submitting required reports, administering background checks for the recruitment process, reviewing and referring to company's handbook for corrective action and performance review, scheduling meetings and facilitating events, and advising effective strategies to human resources management. A human resources coordinator requires excellent communication and employee-relation skills to support the company's daily operations.
As the name entails, training specialists are the ones who design and perform training programs that will foster employees' workplace performance and align with the core values of an organization. They have varied responsibilities, including identifying employee training needs, preparing teaching plans and developing an annual training program, and turning requirements into training to aid employees in their career development. They are also responsible for implementing training courses, staying up-to-date on the new tools and trends in employee development, and evaluating existing programs periodically.
A trainer is responsible for instilling knowledge and process techniques for a specific business role. Duties of a trainer include facilitating engaging classes, identifying areas of improvement and opportunities for the learner, evaluating skills and attending to the learner's challenges, organizing training materials and scheduling training sessions, and submitting timely reports to the management on progress. Trainers are required to have excellent public communication skills and extensive product knowledge to provide effective learning methodologies and maintain strategic project management.
Consultants are individuals who were tapped by a company or an organization to work on a specific activity, depending on their field of expertise. They act as guides for the organization in undertaking projects that are related to their field. Consultants would usually assist organizations in planning, often giving advice when the need arises. They would, at times, take the lead in activities that involve data gathering and interpretation of data gathering results so that they can provide solid recommendations on actions that the organization may undertake. They may also guide the organization in implementing any changes brought about by their consultancy and in evaluating the effectiveness of the changes.