Human Resource Generalist

Human Resource Generalist

Website Longwood Collective, Inc.

The Human Resource Generalist role at the Longwood Collective is an outstanding opportunity for a hands-on professional to make an impact. This position will play a key role in the success of the organization by providing employee lifecycle human resources support for four organizations: Longwood Collective, MASCO Services, Longwood Medical Area Child Care Center, and Colleges of the Fenway.

The Longwood Collective is a non-profit corporation established to plan, develop, and enhance Boston’s Longwood Medical and Academic Area for the benefit of the public and its 24 member organizations. MASCO and its affiliates offer a wide range of services to these member institutions, including area planning, parking, transit, child care, emergency preparedness, and telecommunications. Learn more about Longwood Collective here.

Longwood Collective values an inclusive work environment that celebrates the diversity represented by our employees and member institutions. Candidates passionate about this role with diverse backgrounds and experiences are encouraged to apply. Longwood Collective is proud to be an equal-opportunity employer.

Notable Responsibilities:

-Provide full-cycle recruitment for assigned searches.
-Complete new employee orientations and process new hire paperwork.
-Aid in the administration of employee benefits. Act as the go-to resource for benefit-related questions. Manage the annual benefits open enrollment process. Ensure ACA compliance.
-Conduct exit interviews and administer the COBRA notification and tracking process.
-Submit compensation data for selected third-party compensation surveys.
-Maintain HR and benefit-related information in the HRIS (ADP Workforce Now).
-Work with the finance department to ensure a smooth flow of payroll-related information.
-Maintain compliance with government employment laws and regulations.
-Administer leaves of absences, including FMLA and PFML.
-Support initiatives to further build employee morale and satisfaction.
-Handle assigned employee relations situations.
-Support the progress and reporting of DEI initiatives.
-Keep knowledgeable of human resources best practices and regulatory changes.

Required Qualifications:

-Bachelor’s degree preferred or equivalent experience.
-A minimum of four years of HR experience is desired.
-Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
-Previous ADP Workforce Now experience.
-Prior experience with managing leaves of absences, including FMLA and PFML
-Professional customer service and interpersonal style; ability to interact and work with a diverse range of people.
-Strong communication skills with the ability to present communications through multiple methods.
-Ability to organize and prioritize own work in a fast-paced environment while ensuring attention to detail.
-Strong analytical, problem-solving, judgment, and organizational skills.
-Flexible team player work style to meet demands in an often-changing environment.

Compensation and Benefits:

-Competitive compensation and benefits
-3 weeks of paid time off and 13 paid holidays
-Medical, dental, and vision coverage
-Tuition reimbursement/ professional development
-Monthly MBTA subsidy or FREE offsite parking
-401(k) plan with generous employer contribution
-Hybrid work environment (3 days in the office a week)
-Incentive compensation program

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