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Under the direction of the Employee Relations Manager, the incumbent will work closely with management, supervisors and employees. Will advise and assist in a variety of employee relations actions including the interpretation/application of policies, applicability of state and federal employment laws, and issues surrounding hiring, employment, performance feedback, disciplinary actions, and terminations.
Will provide information and guidance to employees and managers regarding Laboratory Administrative Procedures, MIT Personnel Policies and associated processes (including FMLA, medical leaves of absence, ADA, site pay policies, etc.). Will manage, monitor and administer FMLA and medical absence record keeping processes.
Will receive, assess, respond and resolve internal and external complaints. This will include interviewing witnesses, analyzing factual evidence, identifying applicable laws, policies and procedures of significance, and preparing comprehensive reports and recommendations for outcome/action.
Will occasionally participate in studies or serve on committees on employee relations issues. May prepare and deliver presentations to management and staff.
EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS:
- B.A./B.S. in Human Resources or related field and a minimum of five years of relevant Human Resources employee relations efforts required.
- Demonstrated experience in employee/manager counseling on performance related topics; and FMLA/ADA, conducting internal investigations; and participating in external complaint response.
- Must possess a thorough knowledge and experience with applicable state and federal employment laws and regulations.
- Must have excellent interpersonal, coaching and negotiation skills, and have the ability to make sound decisions with minimal guidance.
- Must be able to effectively prioritize and be responsive in a fast-paced environment.
- Excellent problem solving and teaming skills are needed. Proficiency in Microsoft Office and SPHR certification desired.
- Prior experience working in the Federal Contractor R&D industry sector is desired.
- Demonstrated capabilities in presenting ideas written and orally within a cross-functional environment required.
- Ability to obtain and maintain a government clearance.
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