1. Develops and implements the long and short-term strategic plan in conjunctions with the Tribal Administration, Tribal Council, and Community.
2. Must have ability to develop administrative policies and procedures for Stockbridge-Munsee Community (SMC). Available for consultation in regards to the application of the Stockbridge-Munsee Community (SMC) Policies and Procedures. The Human Resource Director must also be able to review new policies and/or procedures. Develop or refine of
human resources programs, systems and procedures. Gather, research, analyze, and prepare data for studies and reports; drafts reports, charts and statistics as necessary.
3. Must be able to provide, consultation, guidance and advice to all levels of management and employees with regard to employment relationships, including employment practices/laws, progressive disciplinary/termination procedures, performance management, legal requirements, conduct and conflict impacting Tribal Administration.
4. Must be able to create advertisements and other recruiting documents. Collaborate on staffing strategy development, work planning and resource allocation.
5. Monitor change in the workplace involving systems and/or processes. The Human Resources function can monitor changes and initiatives that affect the Tribe as a whole. Develop, implement and administers the employee evaluation system; assists in resolving employee performance problems; provides counseling to employees and supervisors regarding work performance problems, education and training, and career development. Assists departments in developing their short and long range organizational structures and related strategic staffing plans; maintains current organization charts and staffing spreadsheets for each division.
6. Maintain Management, coordination and implementation of all aspects of training and development programs within Tribal Administration, including needs assessment, program creation and delivery, team facilitation and identification, contracting and management of outside providers. Create, design and deliver training programs to management and employees within Tribal Administration, including design and development of training materials, within planned budgets and deadlines.
7. Monitor and audit the records of employee information such as personal data, hire date, compensation, benefits, tax data, performance reviews or evaluations, and termination date and reason; inputs into databases. Make sure that databases and spreadsheets for necessary personnel records and management reports are in compliance. Continually monitor, maintain, modify and resolve problems in Human Resources data and systems.
8. Perform desk or field audits for classification or reclassification purposes. Drafts classification specifications and job descriptions based on research and identified criteria. Provides for and maintains equitable classification and compensation programs by supervising the preparation of classification specifications, obtaining external salary information and maintaining the integrity of the classification and compensation plan.
9. Performs all aspects benefits administration to include but not limited to 401k, pension, COBRA, open enrollment, benefit plan design, short-term disability, long term disability, customer service, and usage/participation tracking.
10. Establishes good relations with all levels of employees through consultation regarding organizational, job related issues, tribal policies and procedures, performance standards, human resource practices and conflict resolution.
11. Maintain and adjust compensation structure and review annually for industries’ and regional competitiveness to assure effective recruitment and retaining of employees.
12. Will create and periodically review the effectiveness of internal employee performance system(s) to ensure fair reviews of employee’s performances.
13. Will review internal Employee Assistance Program, Random and Pre-Employment Program and Occupational Health Program for effectiveness and competitiveness. Will revise to meet industry needs.
14. Responsible to develop employee manuals to meet the needs of the Tribal Government. Will also update and revise as deemed necessary.
15. Lead in the development of Human Resources policies and procedures; ensuring applicability to industry and industry specific regulations.
16. Oversees job description’s revisions, creations, workers compensation, safety and unemployment insurance programs and claims.
17. Coordinates 401k, deferred compensation and similar retirement benefits with employees, 401k committee and 3rd party vendors.
18. Responsible to follow the established Elder/Youth Ordinance and assist in issuance of Elder/License along with Tribal HR Manager.
19. Acts as Tribal liaison with government agencies in areas of regulatory compliance, with coordination with the legal department, represents tribe in hearings or other proceedings related to unemployment and workers compensation when necessary.
20. Compiles data, prepares and distributes period management reports relating to human resources
21. Will coordinate with manager and internal/external resources to provide employee training, development and retention.
22. Will stay current with all legislative laws and trends regarding FMLA, mediation……
23. Will work with Occupation Health Department to ensure that tribal standards are met and maintained.
24. Must maintain an acceptable departmental attendance record.
25. Must be reliable and prompt when reporting to work.
26. Required to attend job related, in-service, meetings, and training to maintain professional and technical knowledge.
27. Must adhere to tribal law and other applicable laws as well as tribal personnel policies and procedures.
28. The above duties and responsibilities are not an all inclusive list but rather a general representation of the duties and responsibilities associated with this position. The duties and responsibilities will be subject to change based on organizational needs and/or deemed necessary by the supervisor.