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HR Generalist - PART TIME FLEXIBLE

Job Summary:

Medkoder is seeking someone to come on board with us immediately to make an impact. We need an experienced HR professional that has the desire to work for a small company with growth projections. Currently, this role is part time. Targeting 20 hours per week. Are you an HR professional that is currently working full time, but looking for more of a balance in your personal life? The HR Generalist will serve as a liaison related to issues and projects such as: 401K and benefits administration, employee training and development, HRIS Administration, employee relations, compensation analysis, unemployment and workers comp issues, development and implementation of policy documents and handbooks.

Essential Functions:

  • Develops human resource planning models to identify competency, knowledge and talent of current staff.
  • Develops appropriate policies and programs for effective management of the people resources of the corporation.
  • Plans, develops, organizes, implements, directs and evaluates the organization’s human resource function and performance.
  • Partners with coworkers and managers to communicate various human resource policies, procedures, laws, standards and government regulations.
  • Researches and recommends new approaches, policies, and procedures in order to foster continuous improvement.
  • Coordinates and develops employee events and employee development programs.
  • Monitors employee appraisal process.
  • Administers and monitors benefits and retirement plans.  Facilitates employee communication to enhance the understanding and appreciation of the benefits program. 
  • Assists with wage data, verifying employment, garnishments, job descriptions, coworker relations, unemployment claims and staff meetings.
  • Understands and interprets company, state, and federal human resource policies and procedures.
  • Conducts company business upholding MedKoder’s core and team values. 
  • References company policies; federal, state, and local laws; and industry resources to properly perform job duties.
  • Operates a personal computer (desktop or laptop) to access proper technology to complete job responsibilities. Includes the use of internet, Microsoft Office suite, proprietary software, etc.
  • Communicates effectively both in verbal and written communication formats to convey messages and thoughts accurately and effectively.
  • Frequent contact with internal and external customers requires giving and receiving feedback, recognizing and acting on customer needs, and building rapport.

 

Additional Job Functions:

Other duties as assigned.

 

Minimum Training and Experience:

Bachelor’s Degree in business or related field, plus five (5) years’ experience as an HR Business Partner; or a combination of training, education and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

 

Minimum Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Position requires extensive knowledge of employment laws and regulations governing HR programs. Position requires ability to utilize technology hardware (such as a computer, etc.) and software (such as MS Office suite, sales software, etc.) to perform job functions; ability to communicate effectively in writing and verbally; and ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Strong organizational, interpersonal, analytical, change management, and decision making skills are required. In addition, the demonstrated ability to build consultative, collaborative relationships with managers and co-workers at all levels; identify and assess human capital needs and work collaboratively to develop and implement value-added solutions; ability to work independently and prioritize projects; and demonstrate a high level of confidentiality and discretion.

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