- Oversee the Talent
Management full life cycle from onboarding to retention.
- Administer or oversee the
administration of Human Resource Programs including but not limited to:
Training and Development, DEI, Performance and Talent Management, Recognition
and Morale, Employee Engagement and Student Interns.
- Create and administer an onboarding experience for new Managers, and
Executive Team Members. Including a training plan for each new hire.
- Work with program
directors in identifying solutions and strategies to help enhance/improve
individual employee or team performance
- Analyze and
provide data on employee engagement with surveys and create solutions based on
- Work with COO, Chief
Human Resources Officer, AVPs and program directors to determine annual
training needs of all employees and individual programs and use this information
to develop a detailed, annual training plan for the Agency.
- Maintain awareness of and compliance with applicable
local/state/federal laws, regulations, and licensing and accreditation bodies
regarding employee credentialing and mandated trainings.
- Work with NYS OASAS and other credentialing agencies to secure
continuing education credits for participants for approved trainings.
- Assist in the
development and upkeep of standardized training curricula for the organization
including those trainings required of all staff either upon hire or on an
ongoing basis, and specific training programs for groups of employees (e.g.,
future managers, current management, residential staff, etc.)
- Contact program
directors in January to ascertain their student intern needs for the upcoming
school year (September - May).
internship opportunities brochure to be sent to local university placement
counselors and distributed at college job fairs.
- Liaise with local
university placement counselors to discuss availability of potential interns
and determine their areas of interest.
- Collect cover
letters and resumes from potential interns, pre-screen, and forward as
appropriate to program directors.
- Coordinate onboarding
of student interns and initial orientation meetings.
Qualifications and Requirements include:
degree in Human Resources, Communications,
Education or a related human services field.
of four years' professional experience in human resources, adult learning, curriculum
development and training coordination within the fields of health and human
have a valid New York State driver's license with a safe and responsible
driving history as well as a properly registered, insured and maintained
vehicle in accordance with NYS-DMV regulations.
Able to travel to various work sites on Long Island.
· Full time 35 hours; must be able to work a flexible schedule as needed.
· Medical, dental, life/, STD/LTD insurance, and employer contributed pension (401A). Accessibility to other voluntary benefits such as supplemental life, TDA, flexible spending account, AFLAC cancer care and personal accident insurance.
· 20 vacation days, 12 sick days, 4 personal days, 12 holidays and 2 floating holidays per year.
All positions at FCA are filled without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, HIV/AIDS status, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. All are encouraged to apply.