• Jessica Charlsen

Human Resource Specialist/Generalist

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Job Description:

Do you like having a variety of work responsibilities throughout the day and enjoy wearing

multiple hats? Are you mission driven and looking to work for a company that shares your

passion for making a difference in peoples’ lives? As an HR professional, are you tired of being

hated and feared as the rule enforcer and always having to say ‘no’? Do you question

traditional HR practices and think things should be done differently? Do you value people, strive

to be a true resource by seeking ways to help and support employees as individuals? If so, this

position is a great opportunity to develop and be part of an incredible team at one of Omaha’s

premier employers.

The ideal candidate is literally willing to roll up his or her sleeves and do whatever is necessary to

lead from the front line and practice Servant Leadership in everything they do and in every

interaction. Depending on your experience as a Human Resources Specialist and your individual

capabilities and interests, you will assist and/or be responsible for a wide variety of HR support

functions. Primary responsibilities include all aspects related to successful recruiting, hiring, and

retention of talent.

The Job Share: Human Resource Specialist/Generalist

Job sharing allows you to share the responsibilities and hours of this full time 50-60 hour work

week. The hours/day split will be determined depending on the needs of you and your partner.

While you and your partner may have complementary skills, you will be expected to act on each

others’ behalf when the other is not present. As a combined team, the job share pair will share

the following roles and responsibilities.

What you would do:

  • Develop a working knowledge of all departments in order to analyze job duties to aid in writing job descriptions, determine performance standards, make informed hiring decisions, and provide accurate information to applicants.

  • Provide information and input on workforce planning and staffing needs of the entire organization.

  • Assist in developing, conducting, and coordinating the hiring process including applicant recruiting, screening, interviewing and coordination, reference/background checks and drug testing.

  • Oversee and coordinate new employee intake process including offers for employment, new employee orientation, and on-boarding.

  • Handle employee relations issues, grievances, terminations and exit interviews and all HR paperwork.

  • Collect, enter, and maintain employee data; analyze and prepare summary reports such as performance evaluations, promotions/raises, market pricing and compensation, training, etc.

  • Assist with employee engagement efforts and coordinate employee recognition and incentives.

  • Develop HR/ benefits training, new educational opportunities, and job specific skills development training.

  • Work collaboratively with all departments regarding aspects related to human resources.

  • Attend community job fairs/educational opportunities to obtain talent and promote organization.

  • Keep current on compliance issues and labor laws, including Affirmative Action.

  • Assist in the maintenance of Personnel Policies and Procedures and make recommendations to meet company needs.

  • Assist payroll staff as requested or necessary.

  • Proactively perform other duties as needed.


  • For this role, experience in Human Resources is required and an undergraduate degree in a related field or equivalent experience is strongly preferred.

  • To be successful in this role, you are flexible and adaptable, desire learning new skills quickly and are willing to take on increasing responsibilities. You have a positive outlook, have a strong work ethic, are dependable, organized, and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills. You must be comfortable with technology and computers and proficient using Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Outlook, Excel).

  • Must be willing to become CNA certified (CNA training will be provided).

  • You must not pose a direct threat to the health or safety of yourself or others with or without reasonable accommodation.

The Details:

Location: Omaha, Nebraska

Business: Healthcare Industry- Rehabilitation

Reports to: Vice President of Human Resources

Shared hours: 50-60 hour/week 

Salary: Commensurate with team's experience

Flexibility: This position requires being onsite for continued support, but hours are

flexible. At times, must be willing to work events outside of regular business hours; sick

and vacation leave based on number of hours

INTERESTED, but want to learn more first? Email us at jessandjina@jobshareconnect.com to set up time for an introductory call.

TO APPLY: Email your resume to apply@jobshareconnect.com

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