Human Resources (Hr) Coordinator

Employer
Open Systems Healthcare
Location
Baltimore, MD
Posted
Sep 11, 2017
Closes
Sep 18, 2017
Function
Human Resources
Industry
Other
Hours
Full Time
Position Overview: Responsible for hiring employees and maintaining their personnel files while ensuring branch compliance with all aspects and levels of Federal, State, and Local laws, regulations and standards. Essential Job Functions: Compliantly hire employees and maintain personnel files including direct care staff credentials and employment status following all Federal, State, and Local laws, regulations and standards, as well as communicating updates to the office. Conduct necessary background checks, references, and interview candidates. Assist branch in recruiting efforts, screening candidates, incident/grievance reports. Build and maintain relationships with direct care staff with a focus on customer service. Data entry and filing duties as assigned by OSH representative. Conduct weekly audits of direct care staff personal files to ensure compliance. Review direct care staff medical clearances in compliance with OSH policies and procedures. Schedule and conduct direct care staff hires and annual trainings. Communicate medical/dental benefit eligibility and send direct care staff appropriate enrollment/waiver paperwork. Complete documentation training and Adverse Action with direct care staff as needed. Conduct duties including but not limited to, recording and submission of weekly meeting minutes, HR report, submission of worker's compensation claims, complete employment verifications, creation and distribution of direct care staff monthly newsletter. Performs all other duties as required and assigned by OSH representative. Follows Open Systems Healthcare's Policies and Procedures. Follows Federal, State and local rules and regulations pertaining to home care services. Required Education and Experience: 4 year degree (BA/BS or equivalent) preferred. Basic understanding of Microsoft Office. Required Credentials: Must have a reliable form of transportation. Evidence of Tuberculosis screening that meets CDC guidelines.