We’re looking for an experienced HR professional to oversee all HR-related activity for the agency, and serve as an internal HR consultant and trusted advisor to agency leadership, as well as to director- and supervisor-level team members. This person will be a contributing member of the agency leadership group, so it is critical to bring a strong strategic mindset to the agency, and an ability to align HR-related strategies to business objectives, while maintaining our strong culture.
What You’ll Do
- Lead talent acquisition and onboarding practices, provide guidance to hiring leaders, ensure new employees are set up for success and support our retention efforts.
- Manage coordination and enhancement of onboarding, orientation and training programs.
- Set the strategic direction for our agency professional development program, and provide guidance to team members implementing it.
- Oversee various HR administrative needs related to role definitions and descriptions, performance evaluations and general employee relations.
- Help with employee benefits, from assessing benefit needs to researching, developing and administrating benefit plans.
- Assist as possible (and as needed) with our payroll process, managed within the agency financials team.
You’re a proven HR person with a thorough knowledge of HR management principles and best practices. You understand how an organization operates to meet objectives, and you have the business acumen, leadership skills and personal style to help Flynn Wright be even more successful. You want a seat at the leadership table because you believe Human Resources should be a strategic driver as well as an important administrative function — and you can bring that level of thinking to us.
Flynn Wright is a full-service agency, located in the heart of downtown Des Moines, that works with brands across the country.
We take care of our own like we take care of our clients. The benefits are frankly phenomenal, the extracurriculars tend to be historic events, and yes, there might be one too many coolers stocked with caffeinated goodness. But we can talk details later.