Human Resources Generalist, Entry Level
The Naval Nuclear Laboratory is looking for a highly motivated Human Resources Generalist to join our HR team at our Naval Reactors Facility in Idaho. The HR Generalist will act as a resource to managers and employees for HR processes, procedures, and policies. Additionally, the HR Generalist will assist in providing HR counsel to a broad and diverse management and employee community, including union and non-union employees. The workforce includes technical, administrative, operations, and support employees. The HR Generalist will assist on projects, advise on employee management, communication, and overall talent management including, but not limited to, promotion planning and performance management. The HR Generalist will assist in the development and interpretations of HR policies, processes, and practices. The HR Generalist will be assigned designated organizations and will work closely with the HR Business Partners to deliver all HR-related items. If you're looking for an exciting opportunity to launch your career in Human Resources with a company that truly values personal and professional development and provides excellent work-life balance, apply today!
REQUIRED SKILLS *
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and a minimum of two years relevant experience; or
- Master’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of one year relevant experience
- Bachelors degree or higher in Human Resources Management.
- Knowledge of State and Federal employment and labor laws, including but not limited to ADA, FMLA, Privacy Act, and FLSA.
- Policy interpretation knowledge and/or experience.
- Experience using HRIT systems.
- Excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills demonstrated through partnering with peers and management.
- Experience resolving issues and concerns raised by employees and management that demonstrates commitment, ownership, and personal accountability.
- Demonstrated leadership competencies.