SOC is recruiting for a Human Resources Manager for the NNSS Protective Force Contract in Nevada.
Select, hire, promote, supervise, develop, and administer personnel actions (i.e. discipline, performance evaluations, salary administration, etc.) for department staff.
Oversee business unit employment matters, compensation and benefits administration, and personnel security issues. Establish Conditions of Employment in coordination with corporate Human Resources and explains them in detail during the hiring process. Monitor workforce development opportunities as they relate to performance appraisals, equal employment opportunity guidelines, and affirmative action. Maintain Management Guidelines and the Employee Handbook. Coordinate the development and administration of policies and procedures with corporate Human Resources for business unit job classification, compensation and salary issues.
Publish employee standards of conduct and discipline procedures for employees Personnel Policies Manual. Receives and maintains disciplinary records and supporting documentation. Monitors actions to ensure discipline is fair, impartial and, compliant with business unit policies and with the CBA for members of the IGAN. Supports directors and managers in maintaining uniformity of standards of conduct and discipline procedures.
Manage the business unit Labor Relations process. Coordinate strategic and day-to-day union relations between SOC and Independent Guard Association of Nevada (IGAN), including supporting negotiation of collective bargaining agreements, support for the arbitration process, and assistance during grievance
Manage the business unit implementation of Affirmative Action (AA) Plan and regulations.
Lead department responsibilities for development and submission of required data deliverables to NNSS NFO and other regulatory agencies.
Federal, state, DOE, SOC, NNSS, State of Nevada rules, laws and regulations regarding employment practices and procedures, including Affirmative Action requirements, and federal and State of Nevada Labor Relations laws and regulatory requirements.
Supervisory and managerial principles and techniques, to include leadership, coaching and employee development
Interpret laws, regulations, and rules, policies and procedures and the prevailing Collective Bargaining Agreement as they relate to classification and compensation practices
Federal and state laws and regulations and SOC policies regarding discipline, performance evaluations, salary administration, etc.
In depth knowledge of prevailing Collective Bargaining Agreement
Bachelor’s degree or six (6) years’ experience in Human Resource management or Business Administration, Master’s Degree preferred
Five (5) years progressively responsible related work experience, including three (3) years supervisory experience
Professional Human Resources (PHR) certification, and/or WorldatWork’s Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) certification desired
Valid US Driver’s License and be able to obtain a Nevada Driver’s License