Looking for a new opportunity in a mission driven environment? Consider joining us at CRJ as part of a team of committed Human Resources professionals at a highly successful nationwide human service nonprofit.
CRJ is a unique140 year old Boston-based organization that provides direct care as well as research and consulting services in the areas of criminal and juvenile justice and intellectual/developmental disabilities. Our three divisions, the Crime and Justice Institute, Community Strategies, and Social Justice Services are primarily located in MA, RI, NY and NH, with satellites across the country and we are recognized for our effectiveness and contributions to this important work. More information is available at www.crj.org.
The HR team works out of our Administrative offices located in Boston’s fast growing South End (Ink Block) neighborhood just a short walk from numerous shops and eateries with easy access to the commuter rail, the Silver, Red and Orange Lines. We offer competitive salary based on experience, and we have a generous benefits package highlighted by a strong 401k company match, and funded educational support.
In this Generalist role you will serve as part of a strong Human Resources team supporting agency operations with numerous significant responsibilities including:
- 50% Professional Development and Training: Work with all operations leadership on performance management, coaching of line and leadership staff, professional development and training to ensure staff are given opportunities to develop professionally. In this function you will also review and analyze retention and turnover data, compile reports and create strategies for retention and employee satisfaction.
- 30% Employee Relations: Support employee relations concerns and investigations, consulting with the Assistant HR Director, operations, and legal as needed.
- 20% HR Team: As part of a growing team, work to support the over-all team goals in developing a best-in –class HR team. This will include Ad Hoc project work, supporting hiring efforts, and other key HR goals.
- Three or more years’ experience providing professional development support and training as part of an HR team.
- Two or more years’s , experience resolving employee relations’ concerns.
- Highly organized, with good problem solving skills and ability to pay attention to details.
- Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills; with strong data processing tools.
- Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines in an outcomes oriented department .
- Friendly, personable demeanor and a solutions oriented outlook on problem solving.
- Bachelor’s Degree in HR is preferred.