Human Resources Manager

  • Human Resources
  • Littleton, Colorado
  • Full-Time

Always wanted to see your work make a real impact? As a rapidly growing firm in the defense industry, we take pride in building a team of game changers, innovators, and revolutionaries, who take exceptional pride in their work in delivering decisive advantage to our warfighters. We are currently seeking a Human Resources Manager to join our growing team. The Human Resources Manager will be responsible developing organizational strategies and establishing human resources objectives in line with the company’s objectives. This person must thrive in a fast-paced start-up culture, and embody our core values of Fearless Innovation, Dedication to the Mission, Relentless Learning, and Attitude of Service. At AimLock, we target nothing short of extraordinary from our technologies to our people, and we would love for you to be a part of our team.

Responsibilities

  • Develop organization strategies by identifying and researching human resources issues Implement human resources strategies by establishing department accountabilities.
  • Develop human resources operations financial strategies through estimating, forecasting and anticipation requirements.
  • Supports management by providing human resources advice.
  • Manages the functions of the employment life cycle, including recruiting, onboarding, training, employee personnel files, retention, performance evaluations, and termination, ensuring compliance with company policies and all relevant laws and regulations.
  • Administers and manages company benefit programs, including the annual renewal and enrollment of benefit offerings, PTO, 401(k) plans, worker’s compensation, leaves of absence, monthly billing reconciliation, payroll deductions, and resolution of employee benefit issues, in accordance with all relevant laws and regulations.
  • Advises company leaders on HR issues, including legal and regulatory compliance with all employment laws, and partners with the management team to develop and maintain strategic policies and employee handbooks that support business initiatives.
  • Works with accounting/finance team to ensure HRIS data integrity and resolve any employee issues with pay deductions or PTO questions.
  • Champion the organization’s culture and core values as deployed throughout the employee experience.
  • Performs thorough investigations into harassment and ethics complaints while adhering to applicable regulations and ensuring confidentiality is maintained whenever possible, working to protect company interests and resolve issues as quickly as possible.
  • Leadership experience making difficult and sometimes unpopular decisions Other responsibilities as directed and assigned

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, plus 10+ years of progressive HR experience PHR/SHRM-CP certification preferred.
  • Experience working in a small, but fast paced growth stage, organization.
  • Current knowledge of federal and multi-state HR, wage and hour laws and regulations, with advanced research skills to stay abreast of changing relevant legislation.
  • Experience using an ERP and ATS system Experience with Microsoft Office Suite – Including MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint and MS Outlook.
  • Exceptional teamwork, organization, multitasking, must be detail-oriented, and have strong time management and coordination skills.
  • Available to work flexible hours on occasion as required to ensure timely logistics.
  • Excellent verbal, written, communication and interpersonal skills.
  • High standards of, and ability to maintain, strict confidentiality as appropriate.
  • Demonstrated professionalism and a high level of customer service.
  • Must show flexibility, adaptability and positivity when responding to changes in work volume or priorities, driven by company growth.
  • Ability to pass and maintain a clear background check and drug screening.
  • Must currently possess or be able to obtain US security clearance

Physical Demands

  • Must be able to remain in a stationary position for approximately 70% of the time.
  • Must be able to move about inside the office to access equipment and office machinery.
  • Must have the ability to move, transport, position and/or remove up 25 pounds.
  • Must be able to position oneself to move in a manner required to perform the daily work associated with this role.
  • Must be able to operate standard office productivity machinery and equipment on a daily basis including a phone, computer, monitor, mouse and keyboard, photocopy machine, scanner and e-fax.
  • Daily work environment and noise level is that of a standard office.
  • Occasionally you may experience, or be in the vicinity of, outdoor weather conditions at our Ranch location, although basic shelter from the elements is provided it is not constant, based on the scope of tasks being performed.
  • Occasionally you may experience, or be in the vicinity of, a noise level consistent with a warehouse work environment.

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