Human Resources Manager
The Human Resources Manager supports the business needs of the City and ensures the proper implementation of strategies and objectives while promoting City values and enabling success through Human Resource Management. Areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to, HR practices and processes, recruitment, organizational development, employee relations, compensation, classification, benefits, wellness and risk management.
- Delivers all facets of recruiting success throughout the organization achieved through the development of strategic recruiting plans and employs traditional sourcing strategies and resources as well as develops new recruiting ideas ensuring the City of Spring Hill is hiring the best possible talent;
- Represents the City in various resolution processes, and other relationships with employees;
- Provides technical advice to department managers and employees regarding the interpretation and implementation of various laws and agreements affecting terms and conditions of employment;
- Works with leadership to develop a compensation philosophy and administration guidelines to fairly compensate employees based on contributions with the intent of attracting, retaining and motivating an exceptional workforce;
- Manages, administers and promotes benefits and wellness policies and programs to employees;
- In collaboration with senior leadership, develops and implements the City’s risk management plan and strategy;
- Identifies and protects potential threats to the City’s reputation, financial sustainability, operational efficiency, workforce investments and safety to fully develop a shared understanding of the City’s risk exposure;
- Delivers regular risk analysis reports to the City Administrator complete with actionable plans for avoidance or prevention of threats at all levels;
- Drives a greater understanding and appreciation of risk and the implications of failure to respond appropriately to threats as they emerge.
Duties, responsibilities, scheduling, shift assignments and work location, may be added, deleted or changed at any time at the discretion of management, formally or informally, either verbally or in writing.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management, Business, Business Administration or closely-related degree. An SPHR, CBP or CCP is preferred. Experience may substitute for degree at a one-to-one ratio;
- Five years of experience in at least three of the following specialties: Recruitment, Organizational Development, Classification, Compensation, Employee Relations, Benefits Management, Wellness Management or Risk Management;
- Employee is frequently required to sit, stand, communicate, reach and manipulate objects, tools or controls; minimal physical exertion; involves moving objects weighing up to five pounds on a regular basis and may infrequently require moving materials weighing up to 25 pounds; manual dexterity and coordination are required while operating equipment such as computer keyboard, calculator, and standard office equipment. Usual office working conditions; the noise level is typical of most office environments; minimal travel may be required to attend offsite meetings and conferences. All City employees may be called upon to assist other departments in a declared emergency situation;
- Attention to detail, analytical skills including research skills, ability to interpret data, ability to conceptualize, ability to analyze information, and ability to write formal recommendations; budget related skills; computer software skills to include Microsoft Office 365, Excel, Word, Visio, PowerPoint, and Outlook; knowledge of HRIS systems preferred; Human relations and interpersonal skills; written communication skills to include report writing, summarizing and editing skills; oral communication skills to include presenting to small and medium sized groups; ability to maintain confidentiality; facilitation skills including curriculum development, agenda development, ability to help groups focus, ability to use group decision making to gain commitment, and ability to encourage participation; project management skills to include organization, coordination of duties and accomplishment of goals; time management to include the ability to manage multiple concurrent projects and deadlines; leadership skills including motivation, strategic planning skills, goal setting skills, collaboration skills and complex decision-making skills.
Pay range begins at $68,640 per year and is an exempt position. First review of applications is Friday, Oct. 22. The City of Spring Hill offers excellent, comprehensive benefits including medical, dental and vision coverage as well as paid leave and KPERS retirement.
Complete our online application and upload your cover letter and resume here
Send completed application, cover letter, and resume to:
City of Spring Hill
401 N. Madison St.
P.O. Box 424
Spring Hill, KS 66083