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KBYU Eleven EmploymentFull-Time employment positions at KBYU Eleven, a service of BYU Broadcasting, are hired through the faculty, staff, and administrative employment office of the human resource services at Brigham Young University.

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Full-Time Employment Application Process
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Full-Time Position Update

HR Manager

Listing #1
Applications accepted from: 7/21/2016 - 8/4/2016

Job Description

Are you an HR professional that loves helping people? BYU Broadcasting is looking for an experienced HR Manager to champion company culture and help build a world class media organization. This individual is directly responsible for the overall administration, coordination, and evaluation of all human resource activities. This role reports to the Director of Development and Station Management and will work closely with hiring managers and executive management in conjunction with the BYU HR office to recruit, hire, and develop employees that will fulfill the mission of BYU Broadcasting. The ideal candidate will be able to come into our fast paced environment, quickly build strong relationships, and develop and execute long-term strategies for improved recruitment, retention, succession planning, and employee development. If you’re a creative problem solver that knows how to get things done, we want to hear from you! OVERSEE HR FUNCTIONS: Oversee the development, implementation, and coordination of policies and procedures for the strategic use of human resources at BYUB - Lead staffing and recruitment for all vacant position at BYUB. Works with hiring managers to create accurate job descriptions, posts vacancies, and completes required outreach communications - Lead employee engagement and organizational development initiatives for BYU - Conduct exit interviews; develop retention strategies and monitor employee attrition - Manage performance issues and terminations in collaboration with BYU’s Employee Relations office and General Counsel -Oversees all building and security issues for BYUB. Responsible for space management planning for nearly 500 employees including issuing of building access, keys, maintenance requests, parking issues, emergency planning, etc.; STAFF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT: Design, develop, and implement training and development programs including new hire orientation, supervisory training, regulatory training and skills development - Educate managers and employees regarding company policies/procedures. Communicate organizational changes and assist managers and employees as needed - Manage employee performance evaluation process, performance improvement plans, and career development process. Serve as BYUB’s Performance Development Plan (PDP) Coordinator - Plan and execute all employee engagement activities including bi-monthly staff meetings, yearly BYUB retreat, annual holiday party, and other special events as assigned; SUPERVISE HR DEPARTMENT PERSONNEL: Manage employees within the HR Department including hiring, training, and performance reviews - Plan, organize and control all activities of the department. Participate in developing department goals, objectives and systems - Ensure receptionists are providing continuous coverage of front desks. Promote quality customer service and ensure that special projects and tasks assigned to receptionists are completed as scheduled - Oversee employee travel bookings and reimbursements. Ensure arrangements are made in accordance with university policy; DIRECTOR'S COUNCIL SUPPORT: Develop and maintain administrative processes that reduce redundancy and improve accuracy while achieving organizational objectives - Evaluate reports, decisions, and results of HR activities in relation to BYUB goals. Recommend new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements in efficiency of department and services performed - Lead and/or participate in special projects, committees, or teams as assigned by BYUB’s Director’s Council; ** All applications must be submitted online at yjobs.byu.edu. **

Job Requirements

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE - Minimum required: A Bachelor’s degree in human resources, organizational behavior, business management or related field and five years of HR or management experience; Preferred: An advanced degree in human resources, organizational behavior, or business management and seven years of demonstrated experience as an HR Manager. PHR or SPHR or other related HR certification; SKILLS, ABILITIES, KNOWLEDGE: Demonstrated ability to be proactive, take initiative, and exercise good judgement, discretion, and confidentiality in all tasks - Excellent written and verbal communications skills. Our ideal candidate will communicate clearly, write well, and isn’t afraid of public speaking - Top notch problem solving skills—you might not know all of the answers, but you know how to find and communicate the solution. - Must be able to work independently with the ability to juggle priorities and manage time to meet deadlines - Must be able to communicate effectively with a wide array of personnel ranging from student employees to senior management - Demonstrated ability to successfully perform in an atmosphere of multiple projects, shifting priorities, and deadline pressures - A high level of personal integrity (self-esteem, confidence, honesty, and respect) are necessary qualities - Strong persuasion and conflict resolution skills are a plus - Demonstrated knowledge of applicable State and Federal employment laws and general business practices preferred ** All applications must be submitted online at yjobs.byu.edu. **

Full-Time Application Questions
Please direct additional questions regarding full-time employment at Brigham Young University to:

Employment Services Staff and Administration
Brigham Young University
D-70 ASB, Provo, UT 84602
Phone: 801-422-3563
Fax: 801-422-0209
E-mail: staff_employment@byu.edu