Senior Human Resources Generalist (Remote)

 Nonprofit HR - Company site
 September 17, 2021
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 Washington DC DC 20005 United States

The Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) is in need of a solid, polished generalist to assist with some upcoming needs including full life cycle recruiting on a contractual basis. Scheduling can be flexible, daily presence will likely be needed and schedule should align with ability to move candidates and processes forward.

Summary responsibilities include:
• Manage recruitment process (create talent acquisition strategies, update job descriptions, place ads, source for candidates, draft screening and interview questions, schedule and conduct interviews, respond to inquiries); track applicant data and related recruitment activities and keep stakeholders abreast of developments
• Ensure online platforms (LinkedIn, etc.) convey an effective presence to attract top talent
• Contribute expertise to talent management activities (best practices, policies, retention practices, etc.) to support the execution of our services to the organization
• Recommend individual and team learning and development solutions (assessments, developmental activities)
• Assist with creating, implementing and communicating policies and practices ensuring compliance with employment laws and alignment with IDSA values
• Help ensure effective knowledge management (ex. SOPs) and change management practices
• Help conceptualize and implement DEI activities including program management and measurements is helpful
• May assist with developing staff communications and messaging

Skills and experience required
• Solid (minimum 8 years’) HR Generalist background
• Solid track record of effective full-life cycle recruiting; savvy with applicant tracking system functionality
• Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and to effectively handle multiple priorities
• Experience conceptualizing and implementing change management interventions is preferred
• Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to keep high standards with regard to confidentiality and trustworthiness
• Expertise in employment law and best practices for policy development, communication, and implementation
• Expertise with learning and development activities including competency assessment, skill development, and evaluative measures
• Ideal candidate will have experience managing diversity, inclusion, and equity efforts within an organization (committees, metrics, program development)
• Intermediate to advanced skills in Microsoft word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Experience in SharePoint is helpful
• Excellent organizational and process management skills, attention to detail and problem-solving skills
• Ability to generate accurate and timely reports to support business needs
• Excellent oral and written communications skills