We Are Hiring!

 
Want to join our TEA(M) or know somebody who would be a great fit? View the job opening below. 

Manager, Human Resources Solutions

About the job

Are you a Human Resources professional who would like to make a positive impact in our local business communities? Do you like supporting variously sized organizations in multiple industries?  The Employers’ Association (TEA) is searching for an HR expert who has an ability to make the complex simple and enjoys developing and enhancing people and businesses. TEA has a strong history of providing support to the organizations in our region and is expanding our capability to address our members’ current and future needs.

The Employers’ Association

The Employers’ Association is a not-for-profit Human Resources support group providing practical HR solutions to local businesses. We support over 400 member companies representing a diverse cross-section of large and small business and a variety of industry and service groups within the public, private and non-profit sectors. TEA supports (and sometimes serves as) the HR Department for smaller organizations by working with business owners or internal administrators to help resolve HR questions as they arise. We provide value to larger members by helping their busy HR professionals accomplish time-sensitive projects that require intense developmental and implementation efforts. Our core services include Research & Information, Learning & Development, Organization Development, Talent Management, and Professional Networking.

Our Mission

The Employers’ Association provides employers with practical Human Resource Solutions promoting operational excellence and organizational sustainability.

Our Opportunity: Manager, Human Resources Solutions

As an integral part of our team the right individual will:

  • Provide daily Human Resources expertise to members of the Association through our HR Helpline (including calls and e-mailed questions)
  • Facilitate multiple monthly Human Resources Round Tables (in person and virtual) and manage affiliated virtual communities (Round Table online communities include discussion forums and a library to store and share relevant content with other Round Table participants)
  • Conduct Human Resources trainings (in person and virtual). Trainings include programs such as HR Basics, HR Documentation and Recordkeeping, Compensation and Benefits, Fundamentals of FMLA, HR Policy Writing and Handbook Development, HR Metrics and Finance, and others.
  • Develop and/or review Member Employee Handbooks and Policies
  • Conduct Human Resources Audits for organizations to ensure organizational compliance and alignment with best practices
  • Provide coaching to Human Resources professionals who are new to their role to help expand their responsibilities, resolve unique challenges / opportunities or engage in one-on-one professional development
  • Support TEA members with on-site assistance for short-term projects and leaves when the organization needs someone available in person
  • Assist in recruitment and retention of TEA members

Why join our team?

  • We passionately serve local businesses
  • We make a positive impact in our communities
  • We care for each other and have a supportive team
  • We continuously evolve the ways we support members
  • We want you!

What would we like you to bring?

  • 5-7 years of HR generalist experience within multiple industry types and different sized organizations
  • HR Certification – SHRM-CP or PHR or equivalent experience
  • Skilled at interacting with people at all levels of an organization
  • Comfort in and ability to train and facilitate HR-related topics
  • A commitment to supporting and expanding Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion within the West Michigan community

Employment Type 

Full-time 

Screening questions

  • Do you have experience training and facilitating HR-related topics?
  • Do you have at least 5 years experience in Human Resources?
  • Do you have experience coaching/mentoring HR professionals?

Please send your resume and cover letter, along with answers to the above questions, to Jason Reep at jreep@teagr.org.