compensation: competitive; Depends on Experience employment type: full-time
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• The Human Resources Liaison provides HR support at a one of Icicle's seafood processing facilities in Alaska by providing day-to-day assistance in areas such as employee relations, problem resolution, benefits, and payroll.
• Responsible for promoting good employee relations, addressing employee concerns as they arise, and ensuring appropriate resolutions in keeping with Icicle policies and employment law.
• Assist with office-related duties associated with payroll, purchasing and general administration, as assigned.
• This is a seasonal position. This position requires the Human Resources Liaison to be available days, evenings and weekends during the facility's production season.
• Reports directly to the Facility Manager with close dotted-line reporting to Corporate Human Resources.
• Directly interface with Facility Managers on issues related to employee relations, including employee morale, policy enforcement, disciplinary issues, employee training needs, and travel.
• Act as a liaison between the facility and the Corporate HR and Recruitment Departments, ensuring an efficient flow of information.
• Provide guidance and support for all personnel matters including employee recruitment, hiring, orientation, coaching, discipline, termination and seasonal lay-off activities.
• Conduct prompt and thorough investigations regarding employee issues and concerns and document statements and findings in a timely manner.
• Provide guidance to Facility Manager and supervisors regarding policy interpretation and enforcement.
• Facilitate the training and coaching of supervisors in effectively engaging employees, providing constructive performance feedback, applying appropriate disciplinary action when warranted and leading by example.
• Assist Safety Managers in determining light duty work accommodations.
• Review leave of absence requests and communicate status to Seattle Recruitment.
• Act as liaison between facility employees and Corporate Benefit and HR Specialist regarding enrollment, benefit changes, etc.
• Act as Liaison between the Facility and Seattle Recruitment to coordinate a smooth transfer of workers between production locations ensuring clear communication and documentation.
• Ensure workplace compliance posters are appropriately displayed.
• Ensure that the facility is in full compliance with all local, State, Federal and Icicle Seafoods policy in regards to Human Resources matters.
• Manage exit questionnaires at the end of the season and prior to employee transfer.
• Escalate reports of serious HR matters to Corporate HR including claims of harassment, discrimination, retaliation, supervisory misconduct and concerted activity.
• Oversee maintenance of appropriate personnel, medical and employee investigation records.
• Learns, supports, and adheres to all Icicle rules, policies and practices.
• Interacts professionally with employees, fishers and visitors.
• Other duties or special projects as assigned.
• 5 years' experience in the areas of Human Resources or Employee Relations.
• Previous seafood industry experience is preferred.
• Strong conflict resolution and problem-solving skills.
• Solid computer skills with MS Office.
• Previous experience with a production workforce with onsite employee accommodations.
• Ability to perform multiple tasks with minimal supervision.
• Proven ability to work cooperatively within all levels of the organization as well as with other site department managers to maintain a team-like atmosphere.
• Strong organizational and communication skills required.
• Prompt, reliable and predictable attendance is an essential function of the job.
• Able to work well under pressure for 12 or more hours a day, 7 days a week.
• Must be able to live and work in confined quarters in remote Alaska.
• Must be able to live and work in remote Alaska.
• This position will be based at an operations facility in remote Alaska. The length of time to be determined by the production season at the work location.
• While working in Alaska, the work schedule may require up to 16 hours per day for up to 7 days per week.
• Room, board and transportation to work location are provided.