Regional Human Resources Generalist

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CoreCivic- Facility Support Center
Denver, CO US
Job Description


The Human Resources Generalist provides excellent customer service, guidance, support, and expertise in the implementation and administration of Human Resources policies, procedures, programs, and systems. In collaboration with the Human Resources Director, provides facility leadership with HR guidance in areas such as employee relations, employee benefits, safety and health, wage and salary administration, performance management, and employment.


         Frequent travel is required.

Provides support and direction to facilities in areas such as Compensation, Benefits, Recruiting, Compliance, Employee Relations, Organizational Development, and other general areas of Human Resources.

Serves as a primary point of contact for facility staff on Human Resources-related matters. Ensures timely and accurate advice and services to meet facility goals and objectives.

Oversees facility hiring process, including applicant screening, interviewing, selection and hiring, in cooperation with appropriate facility personnel. Ensures adherence to company hiring practices, pre- and post-offer requirements and that all workflows are processed timely and accurately through related applicant tracking systems.

Manages all aspects of leave (FMLA, non-FMLA, discretionary, etc.) including requests, responses, tracking and reporting for all assigned facilities.

Manages employee requests for disability or religious accommodations. This includes engaging in interactive process with employee and facility; documenting requests, resolutions and follow-up; keeping accommodation logs updated; and monitoring follow-up dates to ensure timely follow-up. Reviews accommodation requests with FSC and facility management as needed.

Collaborates and provides guidance to facility leadership in performance management of employees. Assists in developing employee action plans to improve employee behavior and/or performance.

Manages termination process to include adherence to all applicable laws and processes documentation in accordance with personnel policies and procedures. Provides information and instructions to terminating employees relative to health insurance continuation, final pay and other required processes. Represents facility at unemployment hearings, as necessary.

Manages resolution of employee complaints and grievances by providing guidance and support.

Verifies that timekeeping and payroll are entered correctly into the payroll system. Closes payroll by reviewing and auditing payroll records.

Monitors and ensures compliance of facilities' EEO and Affirmative Action plans.

Manages workers' compensation process by monitoring claims and participating in workers' compensation hearings as necessary.

Assists in the HR On-boarding process and onsite training and support of facility Human Resources staff.

Works with facility staff to ensure specific Human Resources processes, procedures and contractual requirements are met. Manages and ensures compliance with all applicable laws and regulations related to Human Resources.

Supports facility operations in all aspects of Human Resources during facility activation, deactivation, and during mergers or acquisitions.

Frequent U.S. travel is required.


Graduate from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or acceptable related field is required. Three years of Human Resources related work experience is required. Additional HR work experience may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis. Human Resources experience in a correctional environment preferred. Specialized knowledge of applicable local, state and federal law and regulations in HR employee relations areas such as FMLA, ADA, COBRA, EEO/AA, FLSA and worker's compensation required. Must have strong customer service, time management, organizational, communication and presentation skills. PHR or SPHR certification is preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications is required. Knowledge of JD Edwards, applicant tracking systems, and experience with an HRIS and payroll software are preferred. Frequent travel required. A valid driver's license is required.

 CoreCivic is a Drug Free Workplace & EOE

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