Rethreaded is seeking a highly motivational, tutorial, and organized Human Resource Manager. The Human Resource Manager will lead and direct the routine human resource functions of Rethreaded, as well as providing oversight to the Survivor Development Program and consistent, ongoing support to staff. Further, the Human Resource Manager will be responsible for engaging in daily coaching, coordinating staff training and development programming, as well as tracking and documenting Human Resource activities of Rethreaded and the Survivor Development Program.
At Rethreaded, there are various needs for each survivor employee, therefore, the Human Resource Manager needs to be an excellent listener and able to connect with individuals easily and both build and maintain relationships. This position requires high levels of emotional intelligence. This position will provide the chance to truly see lives changed by empowering and developing survivor employees and walking alongside them through various day to day challenges.
Rethreaded is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and social enterprise based in Jacksonville, FL dedicated to breaking the cycle of the sex trade with business by offering viable and life-giving work to survivors of human trafficking on a global and local level. Rethreaded designs, manufactures and sells its own brand of high-quality upcycled consumer products as well as resales like-minded company’s products. Rethreaded currently directly employs 14 Survivors locally and is supporting over 4000 Survivors worldwide through our sales efforts.
If you are interested in applying, please email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Rest assured a human actually looks at each email, but please, no phone calls. We are in Gala-season and would love to be able to contact everyone that applies, but we simply don’t have the manpower right now. Someone will reach out to you by email if you are selected for a telephone interview.
Essential duties and responsibilities
Work with Therapist and Director of Human Resources to create annual program plans based on the learning and development needs of staff. Oversee the logistics and daily operations of all staff training, development and life skills education. Provide in-the-moment coaching, conflict resolution and mediation for staff. Manage the hiring process for program and non-program applicants including recruiting, interviewing, reference checks and onboarding for all employees. Oversee and participate in employee performance appraisal processes, disciplinary meetings, terminations and investigations. Handle employment related inquiries from applicants, employees, and leadership, referring complex, sensitive, or non-employment related inquiries to the appropriate Survivor Development Program staff. Maintain compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations, and recommended best practices; reviews policies and practices to maintain compliance. Performs routine tasks required to administer and execute human resource programs including but not limited to compensation, benefits, and leave; disciplinary matters; disputes and investigations; performance and talent management; productivity, recognition, and morale; occupational health and safety; and training and development. Maintain resource list of community partners and develop ongoing relationships with each partner. Ensure all employee documentation, records and files are organized and maintained confidentially. Conduct basic research, work with databases and do data entry.
You are able to work in an open, active manufacturing warehouse. You DON’T need privacy, quiet and a distraction-free workspace to flourish. You have exceptional character, integrity, honesty and are actively living out the values of Rethreaded. You have thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations. You are tutorial by nature and enjoy helping people develop and grow professionally. You have good working knowledge of employee pay and benefits but are interested in learning more. You are organized and are good at planning and execution. You have solid computer skills, you are very comfortable with spreadsheets and data entry. You are comfortable presenting in front of groups of all sizes. You have discernment, situational awareness, and wisdom to manage any situation. You understand the need to be flexible and sensitive to the needs of individuals with whom you work. You transition seamlessly from independent work to one-on-one interaction to team-based interaction. You have the ability to be fully present in the moment and transition easily to changing situations. You have excellent interpersonal and conflict management skills. You understand the importance of maintaining boundaries, confidentiality and professionalism at all times. You respect the beliefs of all individuals and are open to discussing difficult topics. You listen carefully and empathetically to understand the spoken and unspoken message. You communicate clearly to ensure thorough understanding. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Full time, salaried, exempt Partial benefits- Rethreaded currently offers a small benefits package that does not include healthcare coverage Reports to Director of Finance & Human Resources and works closely with Therapist and all staff Preference will be given to applicants that identify as a survivor of human trafficking
Education and Experience
You have a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or a related field. A SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP certification would be very desirable. If you are interested in applying, please email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Rest assured a human actually looks at each email, but please, no phone calls. We are in Gala-season and would love to be able to contact everyone that applies, but we simply don't have the manpower right now. Someone will reach out to you by email if you are selected for a telephone interview.
Mid $40,000/year, depending on experience