Applying for Human Resources Coordinator position


 Human Resources Coordinator

You were voted “Best Listener” in school. Your career aspiration is to make others’ career dreams come true. You thrive on details and processes. Organized is your middle name.

You want to lead, and work with some of the most creative, fun and progressive people in our industry, and eat chocolate-covered potato chips. Guess what? We have the job for you.

JLG Architects is seeking a Human Resources Coordinator. Not just any Human Resources Coordinator, mind you.

A JLG Human Resources Coordinator
- Knows his or her stuff. Human resources, employee relations, federal and state employment laws, record keeping, and recruiting and interviewing practices – yeah, you got this.
- Works well with others. You are a strong verbal and written communicator, and even better at managing and maintaining confidential and sensitive information with professionalism and discretion.
- Is always ready to help. Assisting JLG’s Human Resources Director means you are reliable, self-motivated, great at record keeping and data entry, and can quickly learn new tasks and software applications.

A few more attributes of a future JLG-er: 
- You are a professional. You hold a Bachelor’s degree in human resources, or a related field with a minimum of two years of HR experience (or an equivalent combination of education and experience to perform the essential duties of the job).
- You are experienced. You are trained in employment law, compensation, organizational planning, employee relations, and preventative labor relations – and you potentially have your HRCI and/or SHRM certifications.
- You are ready to apply. Visit and suit up for the first day of the rest of your life.

About JLG:
Inc. Magazine’s Best Place to Work. MSN Money’s Top 50 Most Admired U.S. Companies. The Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal’s Top 25 Architecture Firms in the Twin Cities. PSMJ Circle of Excellence. Architectural Record Top Architecture Firms. ENR Top 500 Firm. The Zweig Group Top 25 Hot Firm. Grow Grand Best Firm for Young Professionals.  

Oh, and we have a couple of design awards, too – somewhere in the area of 100.

For 29 years, JLG Architects has helped our clients work leaner, cleaner, and better. We create comfortable, inviting, exciting environments that raise productivity and lower sick days.

We find unique high performance opportunities to reduce – and sometimes even eliminate – operations costs. We stay on budget, period.

We understand that architecture is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and we want to make the most of it. We work hard, and we love what we do.

Nothing makes us more proud than the success of our clients. We make the design and construction process easy so they can focus on being the best in their respective industries.

We have 100 professionals in twelve offices across the Midwest because we want to be a part of the communities where we work and live every day.

More importantly, our employees are what make us JLG. They are the brains behind our award-winning designs, the heart of our corporate family, and the reason we have been named a Best Place to Work firm, both for professionals and early career adults.

Every day at JLG is a new day for creating, inspiring and solving challenges. Everyone – from our Intern Designers to our Construction Administrator to our Marketing staff – is a part of the process, and we work closely together because we are inspired by one another. So, if you are someone with fire in your belly and fun up your sleeve, you’re someone we want to meet.

Job Description



DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: include the following (other duties may be assigned)


Job Summary
Reports to: Director of Human Resources

Assist with the human resource day-to-day operations and duties related to benefits, recruiting, training and employee development, HRIS, legal compliance, department and organizational development, employee relations, benefits, and compensation

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