Human Resources Manager

AGI SureTrack


Closing: February 28, 2020

Posted: January 29, 2020


Lenexa, KS, USA

Job Department

Human Resources

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Job Summary:

Works with Headquarter Human Resources and site management to provide Human Resources and Safety needs for the division. Responsible for talent acquisition, onboarding, performance management, employee development, organizational design, benefits administration, and employee relations; among other HR activities. Assists in identification, analysis and control of occupational hazards and provides safety support to employees. Takes a lead role in working with employees to carry out company objectives.

Knowledge Required:
Equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree in HR Management, Safety, Training, Business Administration or other related field. Four plus years experience required in human resources management. Word and Excel experience required, HRIS and payroll experience a plus. Valid driver’s license required. Knowledge of related state and federal employment law required. SHRM-CP and/or PHR certification preferred.

Skills Required:

  • MS Office Proficient (Word/Excel/PowerPoint)
  • Written and verbal communication
  • Customer service and follow up
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to prioritize and manage time
  • Experience with both salaried and hourly employees, and their respective needs
  • Experience identifying talent, helping them grow (identifying both strengths and weaknesses)
  • Working in a matrixed organization
  • Self-directed and results-oriented

Abilities Required:

  • Ability and willingness to learn
  • Detail oriented
  • Tact and discretion
  • Confidentiality
  • Flexibility


Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Provides a level of customer service that emphasizes accessibility, integrity, trustworthiness, confidentiality, respect and dignity as well as ensures fair and equal treatment of all employees. Engages employees and supports operational focus.
  2. Leads talent acquisition for the division. Completes interviews, provides assessments, performs reference and background checks, facilitates onboarding and works with management on their staffing needs. 
  3. Assists with employee development, performance management and succession planning. Performs needs assessments, designs instruction, facilitates training and evaluates key performance indicators. 
  4. Assists with employee relation issues and terminations including unemployment claims.
  5. Works with AGI Headquarters Human Resources and divisional management to support the business unit with a wide variety of activities. Prepares HR and management documents, maintains accurate employee files, electronic records and documentation.
  6. Ensures understanding and follows up on completion of HR forms and benefits explanations. Reviews and prepares government required reporting documents such as OSHA, Medicare, and EEO1 reporting.  Responsible for benefits plan administration.  Analyzes and modifies compensation and benefits policies to establish competitive programs and ensure compliance with legal requirements.            
  7. Adheres to Company policies and procedures covering the privacy of and access to employee information in compliance with federal and state laws and Company privacy practices.
  8. Performs additional related duties as requested or required



Physical/Visual/Mental Demands:
Position requires ability to react to fast pace demands, verbally converse with other individuals, move and lift objects of up to 15 pounds. Requires moderate amount of time sitting. Requires use of office equipment including telephone, personal computer, calculator, copy and fax machine. Position may require some travel to various business and office locations. Ability to audit, evaluate, and report all concerns and recommendations. At times will be required to wear Personal Protective Equipment when entering production areas and working near moving equipment and machinery. May be exposed to noise, dust, and cold/hot temperatures when working in production areas.

Typical Working Conditions:
Work is generally performed in an office environment with some time spent in production areas. Substantial amount of contact with employees and prospective employees. Moderate amount of contact with internal and external customers. Normal work hours would be Monday through Friday between 8:00am and 5:00pm. Overtime may be required on weekdays, weeknights, or weekends. Regular attendance required. Working conditions include daily visits to the production areas for personal interaction with employees.

Point Factors:
Nature of Supervision Received:
Work is performed under the general direction of the Divisional General Manager and the US Director of Human Resources. This direction is to assist in prioritization of tasks, to review results of efforts and to offer guidance and feedback. This position is expected to work independently within authority limits and experience levels.

Judgment Exercised/Decisions Made:
Decisions are generally routine in nature with some deviations. Judgment exercised in dealing with personnel and production matters. Recommends procedural improvements for performing duties in the most efficient and effective manner. Must maintain confidentiality at all times. Decisions involve coaching other employees in participating and observing guidelines and policies set forth.

Financial Responsibility:
Ensures minimal risk to the corporation through results in short and long term improvements of employee safety and federal compliance obligations. Financial loss can occur if ineffective when delivering safety programs. Responsible for effective use of time and budgeted resources. Financial loss can occur if inappropriate recommendations are made when hiring new employees. Errors in data collection or analysis could adversely impact our competitive ability to recruit and retain qualified employees as well as cause the company to improperly compensate employees.

Responsibilities for Business Contacts:
This position interacts face to face as well as on the telephone with all levels of employees. Tact and discretion are required at all times since confidential matters will be discussed. Frequent outside contacts with temporary employment agencies, prospective employees, schools, newspaper personnel, etc. Regularly required to work in a team environment.

Supervision Exercised:

Supervises the performance and responsibilities of reception staff. Establishes performance objectives and criteria for the Division including setting expectations, providing training, developmental opportunities and feedback and
ensuring goals are met in an efficient and effective manner.

Number of Employees Supervised:

  • 1 directly
  • 75-150 indirectly