Application open until filled
About No More Empty Pots
No More Empty Pots (NMEP) is a grassroots non-profit corporation that connects individuals and groups to improve self-sufficiency, regional food security and economic resilience of urban and rural communities through advocacy and action. No More Empty Pots’ vision is to support communities in becoming self-sufficient and food secure through collaboration and adhering to core values of education, stewardship, and sustainability.
This position is responsible for supporting healthy growth and development of the company, teams, and individual team
members. All NMEP staff are expected to prioritize people and a focus on relationships while maintaining high standards of program delivery and using sustainable budgeting and time management practices. This position reports directly to the CEO.
All candidates for NMEP positions are evaluated on “get it,” “want it,” and “capacity to do it,” as well as our 8 values: trustworthiness, people-orientedness, ability to accept challenges, ability to prioritize, ability to problem solve, versability in applying knowledge and skills, commitment to NMEP’s mission, and dedication to reducing structural inequities. All NMEP staff are expected to prioritize people and a focus on relationships while maintaining high standards of program delivery and using sustainable budgeting and time management practices.
- Forecast hiring needs and ensure recruitment process runs smoothly
- Recruit and coordinate interviewing, references, and documentation for staff hiring
- Distribute, complete, and process paperwork for new hires
- Coordinate new hire orientation and develop orientation and training materials
- Process payroll
- Prepare and review compensation and benefits packages
- Administer health and life insurance programs
- Implement training and development plans including the employee leadership program
- Plan quarterly and annual performance review sessions
- Update employee records with new hire information and/or changes in employment status
- Maintain organizational charts and detailed job descriptions along with salary records
- Develop and implement HR policies throughout the organization
- Stay up-to-date and comply with changes in labor legislation, maintain and submit appropriate HR records
- Assist in the development of policies and procedures
- Coordinate exit process for departing employees
- Coach management and teams to promote and facilitate career growth and development, advising on proper implementation of disciplinary measures, coaching, and training
- Support belonging, dignity, and justice initiatives
- Promptly, thoroughly, and impartially coordinate responses to incidents and grievances
- Attending and leading supervision and team meetings, responding to email and communications, professional development
other duties as assigned
- Other duties as assigned
- 4 year degree in business, social work, public administration, or related field
- At least one year administrative or management experience
- Competence with Google Suite and Microsoft Office
- Comfortable and willing to learn necessary software platforms
- Skill and experience to handle sensitive information with integrity
Preferred Skills, Qualities, and Experience
- 3+ years related experience
- aPHR, PHR, SHRM-CP, CPTD, or other human resources or talent management credential
- Experience developing and administering diversity, equity and inclusion programming
- Written and spoken Spanish language competencies
Working Conditions and Physical Demands
- This person frequently communicates with staff, students, volunteers, vendors, guests to the program, and others
about program and organizational operations, policies, and products. Must be able to communicate and exchange
accurate and relevant information in these situations.
- May need to move about buildings or different locations
- Constantly works indoors
- Constantly operates a computer and other office equipment
- Occasionally moves materials weighing up to 30 pounds
- Flexibility to work evenings and weekends
- Commensurate with experience, $41,600-$62,400 annually plus benefits
- Full time staff are eligible for insurance benefits and all staff are eligible for paid vacation and personal time off.
- Flexible schedule and annual professional development funds.
To be considered for this position, please submit a resume, cover letter, and 2 professional references to No More Empty Pots at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include why this position with No More Empty Pots is a good fit for you.