SUMMARY: Responsible for manpower planning, interviewing, testing, hiring, and/or referring applicants to fill positions in the assigned district. Assist with the planning, coordination and implementation of Human Resource programs and activities. Frequent travel may be required. In addition, the work schedule may exceed that of an eight (8) hour day, forty (40) hour week and may occasionally be required on weekend days.
BASIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Interface with operations management to determine staffing needs.
- Develop methods to improve applicant quality and quantity.
- Prepare manpower forecast to project employment needs.
- Recruits, interviews and hires various rig based disciplines as required to maintain fully staffed rigs. Processes new hires and rehires in accordance to NDUSA policies. Conducts new hire orientation and assures all required documentation is completed by applicants. Assures all testing (drug screens, physicals, fit testing, background checks, etc.) is completed as required prior to employment.
- Monitors and approves status changes through Portal for rig personnel who are transferred, promoted, demoted, hired, rehired and terminated. Also submits personal information changes through the Portal.
- Responsible for the maintenance of all personnel files in the assigned district.
- Maintains compliance with applicable state and federal regulatory agencies concerning employment. Maintains compliance with NDUSA policies and procedures as they relate to employment and employee relations.
- Perform audits as required for compliance with NDUSA policies and all regulatory requirements.
- Coordinates with District Manager and Drilling Superintendents and training department to ensure training requirements are met. Updates and maintains Training Database for assigned district. Reports to District Manager on training compliance and deficiencies; coordinates scheduling for approved training program between vendors, district and/or company assigned trainer.
- Participates and assists in district meetings, i.e. Rig Manager, Town Hall, in support of operations management.
- Coach and counsel employees to resolve employee relations and work issues.
- Responds to all inquiries concerning unemployment benefits and verification of employment.
- Performs necessary investigations into employee issues reported directly to Coordinator or as assigned from resulting report through the Hotline. Fully documents result of investigations. Takes necessary action resulting from investigations.
- Answers all human resources related issues from the field and operations management.
- Coordinate Contractor Review Program to include: monitoring contractors to ensure compliance with applicable company policy, procedure, or guidelines; report deficiencies to appropriate department manager; and coordinate audits with Districts as assigned.
- Performs other tasks as assigned.
- Must be proficient in Microsoft suite (Word, Excel and Outlook) and skilled in a windows based HRIS.
- Must be extremely organized and have the ability to establish and adhere to priorities
- Work independently, multi-task, and proceed with objectives/projects with little or no supervision
- Must be able to coach employees and management through complex, difficult and emotional issues.
- Self-starter with strong desire to accomplish assignments in an accurate and timely manner
- Must be able to travel with short notice as assigned
- Good writing skills and be able to utilize basic analytical skills
- Must have desire to assist the company in change management.
- Bi-lingual in Spanish/English is a plus
EDUCATIONAL AND/OR WORK EXPERIENCE:
- Must have a high school diploma or recognized equivalent. Two years of higher level education a plus.
- Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common reports.
- 5 Years’ HR experience required
- A minimum of three 3 years’ industry experience
Note the physical demands described herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to sit and talk and hear. The employee is required frequently to use hands and digits to handle or feel work material. The employee is regularly required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms. Lifting/carry up to 50 lbs occasionally, 20 lbs frequently, and 5 to 10 lbs daily. Must be able to use/wear applicable personal protective equipment which may include but is not limited to safety-toed foot wear (with ankle height support), back support belt, hearing protection, and safety eye-wear with side shields, gloves and hard hat. May occasionally be required to wear approved/applicable respiratory protection equipment (respiratory protection guidelines would apply with regard to medical evaluation and fit testing of equipment). Frequent assent/decent of stairs/steps, especially at field locations.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: Note the work environment characteristics described herein are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
- The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate; however, field locations may be at a high level whereb appropriate hearing protection may be required.
- Building AC/Heating systems is a typical ”closed loop” system.
- Field locations may range in temperature of below zero (0) to above one hundred (100) degrees, depending upon time of year, with varying levels of humidity.
- Field locations may be dusty, wet, or muddy depending upon weather conditions.
Employment Type: PERMANENT
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