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Support AlliacneJune 2000 to CurrentRichland, WA
Human Resources Spec. Hours/Week: 40hrs/wk Staffing/Recruiting/Diversity Coordinate employment activities to the satisfaction of Project/Function clients while proactively assuring that applicable laws, policies and procedures are followed and company employment and diversity objectives are met.
Administers the internal and external hiring process for management, technical, professional, and administrative positions, assist in developing position descriptions, recruit prospective candidates, screen candidates for minimal qualifications, arrange for non-local interviews, handle interview closeout meeting, review manager's evaluation documentation on all hiring decisions, prepare salary offer using compensation policies and practices, consult management before extending verbal and written offer to candidate, review applicant's application for completeness, request background investigation check, track applicant flow, negotiate orientation date, and assist with relocation process.
Review job announcements to assure each has been appropriately completed and signed, is clearly worded, has appropriate qualifications specified, and posting duration is appropriate.
Assign job title, job code, and grade.
Perform Affirmative Action Utilization Review and indicate appropriate status.
Perform additional assignments: conduct exit interviews for terminating employees, coordinate reassignment/redeployment of personnel, handle workscope transitions, and execute workforce reduction exercise.
Organized a Career Center to provide outplacement assistance to employees affected in the workforce reduction to help search for other types of employment.
Led the revision of an internal staffing policy (Obtaining Personnel Resources) to reflect the automated staffing worksheet process.
Responsible for keeping revision on track to meet deadline.
Responsible for planning and organizing company recruitment events and implement cost-effective and efficient recruiting strategies.
Consult with management on best method to recruit (web-based advertisement) for position.
Recommend and implement industry "best practices" that will improve applicant quality, increase applicant acceptance rate, speed up recruiting/hiring, etc.
Implemented a cost-effective and efficient recruiting strategy for interviewees to direct bill Fluor Hanford for their interview travel.
Recreated interview guidelines for Leadership Essential training course for management.
Developed a questionnaire to test manager's knowledge of course content.
Cross trained in benefits to expand knowledge and functionality in HR.
Fluor Hanford, IncOctober 1996 to June 2000Richland, WA
Human Resources Spec. Salary: $44,689 Hours/Week: 40hrs./wk Diversity/Employee Relations/Recruiting Provided employee relations services to all levels of management: guidance on performance, disciplinary, accommodation issues and policy interpretation.
In addition, transitioned to Staffing to coordinate employment activities for non-bargaining and bargaining unit positions.
Audited Departmental processes to ensure efficiency in operation and compliance with legal and company requirements.
Developed and designed audit form to assess the Company's Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)/Affirmative Action (AA) Compliance Program.
Researched and prepared interview guidelines for management to review before conducting the interview.
Researched and developed the following polices in accordance with Federal and State Employment Laws: Reasonable Accommodation to Work Restrictions, Workplace Harassment and Equal Opportunity Employment.
Provided policy interpretation for the following company HR policies: reasonable accommodations to work restrictions, workplace harassment, and continuity of service.
Interfaced with Management, Legal Services, Labor Relations, and Human Resource Field Reps.
on Federal and State employment laws, posting requirements, EEO/Veterans Annual Workforce Reports.
Interfaced with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Seattle, WA office to resolve discrimination complaint.
Teamed with coworkers to develop and conduct various training sessions for management, peers and employees: Employment Law Module, Diversity Stand Down and Sexual Harassment.
Teamed with coworkers to prepare the Affirmative Action Plan per the requirement of Federal Executive Order 11246.
Calculated and prepared the Company's monthly EE0-1 Workforce Report to distribute to management.
Teamed with coworkers to design and develop recruiting tools for college career fairs.
Administered campus recruiting and career fairs at Columbia Basin College, Washington State University (Tri-Cities and Pullman), Eastern Washington (Expo), Heritage, University of Washington (UW), etc.
Envisioned, implemented and coordinated the first Disability Awareness Expo (1999) and Entrepreneur Showcase (2000 got local TV coverage) to take place on the Hanford Site.
Assigned to coordinate Fluor Hanford's MVP Peer Recognition Awards program.
Committee consisted of eight members.
Responsible for keeping committee focused in reviewing nomination, provided additional information on nomination when necessary, prepared written nomination for each committee member to review, distributed checks to management, scheduled monthly committee meetings, interfaced with nominator for resolution on nomination, monitored the MVP Award budget, etc.
Westinghouse Hanford, IncSeptember 1995 to October 1996Education Outreach Coordinator Richland, WA
Human Resources Spec. Salary: $33,289 Hours/Week: 40hrs/wk Met with local educators and Hanford contractors to discuss the objectives and implementation process.
for K-12 programs: Shadow Exchange, Community Ambassadors, Discover "E" and World of Work.
Led Hanford contractors and local businesses in raising $13,000 in donations for the Discover "E" program to assist 20 local schools in purchasing math and science equipment for the classroom.
Contacted by local high schools to conduct mock interviews for seniors and juniors.
Westinghouse Hanford, IncAugust 1992 to September 1995Student Employment Coordinator Richland, WA
Human Resources Spec. Salary: $27,000 Hours/Week: 40hrs/wk Coordinated and conducted student employment activities year round to establish a pipeline for entry-level employment: recruitment, interview sessions, employment offers, orientations, pre-employments, relocation, housing assistance, on-site visits, end of assignment oral presentations, etc.
Interfaced with managers, educators, students and Hanford contractors in coordinating and conducting the screening/placement of high school, and college/university students to degree compatible internships.
Established partnerships with local high schools and colleges/universities in support of the environmental cleanup mission and special hiring needs.
Participated in various colleges/universities' career fairs and information sessions on a local and regional level.
Tennessee State University1 1988BS: Speech/CommunicationsNashville, TNSpeech/Communications
The New HR Agenda: Building Organizations that Add Value Interviewing People National Mgmt. Assoc. course in Leadership & Development Personnel Law Update Basic EEO Training Seminar: Practical Guidance for the EEO Professional
BS : Speech/Communications The New HR Agenda: Building Organizations that Add Value Interviewing People National Mgmt. Assoc. course in Leadership & Development Personnel Law Update Basic EEO Training Seminar: Practical Guidance for the EEO Professional
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