Human Resources Generalist
Company: City of Warrenville
Category: Human Resources
Type: Full Time
The City of Warrenville has a Human Resources Generalist position open. The Human Resources Generalist is primarily responsible for performing complex and varied human resources and risk management related duties on a professional level in the following areas: recruitment, benefits administration, training and development, employee relations, and risk management. This position requires work of a highly responsible nature, the ability to collect and analyze information, problem solve and make moderately complex decisions. Meticulous attention to detail, strong communication, and interpersonal skills are essential. This position is also responsible for assisting with public information responses, project management, coordinating with on-site consultants, and other work as needed to support the Administration Department. Work is performed under the general direction of the Assistant City Administrator (ACA). Work is subject to review for results accomplished. The following below lists some essential functions of the position. To learn more, click on Apply Now.
- Manages human resources for the city, including employee benefits administration, recruitment, occupational health and safety, and training and development.
- Coordinates City’s risk management program, including general liability and workers compensation, with third party administrator; Coordinates the City’s random drug testing and DOT programs.
- Administers FMLA leave and other types of extended leave programs, ensuring compliance with City policies and procedures.
- Responds in a timely and professional manner to internal and external HR related inquiries or requests and provides assistance. Examples may include employment verification requests, changes to employee personnel information, responding to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
requests, subpoenas, and Personal Records Review Act (PRRA) requests.
- Maintains human resources and risk management related files and documentation including personnel files, I-9’s.
- Ensures compliance with various state and federal employment, labor, and safety laws; keeps apprised of legislative changes that impact local government employers.
- Represents City at all Intergovernmental Personnel Benefit Cooperative (IPBC) meetings.
- Assists with updating, maintaining, and interpreting policies and procedures, and collective bargaining agreement language.