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Job Title:
Human Resources Generalist
Medford, OR
Closing date:
Closing time:
11:59 PM
Position may close sooner if canddiate is selected
Job Class:
Full Time
Job Hours:
Mon thru Friday, 8 hr shifts
depend on experience


Full Time Human Resources Generalist
We are currently looking for a dynamic and experienced Human Resources Generalist at our Central Office in Medford.  We offer a robust benefit plan which includes medical, dental, vision and life insurance, deductible reimbursement plan, flexible spending account, and 401(k) matching retirement plan. This is a Full Time, Exempt position and reports to the VP of HR.
Position Overview:
To provide assistance, organization, and support as needed for the Vice President of Human Resources and the Pacific Retirement Services, Inc./PRS Management, Inc. (PRS) Human Resources Department.  Responsible for the recruitment and on-boarding of PRS Management Inc. and PRS Community Housing employees.  Will work in a variety of on essential areas that are sensitive and/or confidential in nature. Serves as an HR generalist for Pacific Retirement Services, Inc./PRS Management, Inc. (PRS), all Affordable Housing corporations, and the Community Volunteer Network. Responsibilities to include but not limited to the following:

  • Full cycle recruitment (sourcing through onboarding) for assigned jobs & collaborate with hiring managers.

  • Develop and maintain recruiting resources and relationships with job boards, colleges, and related venders. Manage recruiting budget.

  • Keep job descriptions and job analysis current.

  • Assist with leave of absence and ADA administration

  • Provide administrative support for VP of Human Resources and for the PRS Human Resources Department

  • Responsible for the safety program at PRS Central Office.Serves on the Safety Committee, coordinates safety inspections and develops safety training materials

  • Responsible for maintaining/filing of Employee Personnel files in the following areas:

    • Manage and track TB’s, licenses, etc.

    • Investigates and notifies VP of HR and HR Directors of changes in regard to regulatory compliance (I-9, Leaves, etc.)

    • Assist with leave of absence administration/reporting

  • Manage data entry into the HRIS system such as wage/salary increases, status changes, address updates, etc.

  • Responsible to create//manage reports in HRIS and Recruitment systems in addition to providing actionable feedback using the analytics to stakeholders.

  • Reconcile monthly invoicing and process regular recurring background checks.

  • Prepare and maintain reports such as the annual EEO-1 report for all affiliates and managed companies, the annual Employee Engagement Survey, reports in HRIS and Recruitment system, companywide turnover report.

  • Assist with employee wellness, benefit initiatives, and additional employee benefits related duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business, Healthcare, or a related field is preferred.

  • PHR, SPHR, SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP certifications preferred.

  • Five (5) or more years’ experience in human resources, with advanced knowledge of the human resources/recruitment field.

  • Advanced MS Office skills, including Excel and Word, and HRIS database

  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills with a strong sense of professionalism and influence.

  • Working knowledge of employment law required

Job Requirements:

  • Employee must be able to use good judgment and work independently toward goals as defined by the Vice President of Human Resources.

  • The planning focus is generally a minimum of a 1 to 3 year plan.

  • Job role requires substantial interaction with PRS executives, HR, and legal staff; the communities’ HR Directors and staff; benefit vendors; and new hires, with occasional interaction with residents and staff to handle matters of importance to the department and the organization.

  • Requires a high level of tact, persuasion, judgment, and timing.

  • Must have the ability to work successfully as part of a collaborative team to achieve recruitment objectives. Confidentiality is a must.

Company overview:
Pacific Retirement Services develops, builds, and operates primarily retirement communities in 6 states. At the core of each of our communities are friendly neighbors, interesting activities, inspiring conversations, delicious food, and plenty of laughter. We also share our experience and knowledge with other retirement communities who seek our management services, helping them achieve excellence and financial stability.


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