Training / Human Resources Specialist
Arkansas Building Services - North Little Rock, AR

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Position: Training / Human Resources Specialist (HR Specialist)
Reports to: Operations Manager or Company President
Supervises: --
Pay Scale: Part-time, Non-Exempt; $10.00-12.00 Hourly DOE
Aprox. 20-25 Hours Weekly
Lines of Promotion: --


The Training and Human Resource Specialist is a full-time or part-time position in which a person is responsible for the administration, management, and training of personnel. This position will perform recruiting, screening, and hiring of service workers, as well as support staff positions. They will also be responsible for the initial training and orientating of the personnel. They will also handle other ongoing, industry-specific training such as safety, customer relations, etc. in a individual and group setting (i.e. quarterly meetings). The overall goal and first priority of the training and human resources position is to top-grade ABS staff in order for the organization to function efficiently. He or she is to have the best interests of the customer in mind in all decisions.


- Must have good people and communication (written and verbal) skills
- Must be available flexible hours for evening (and some weekend) training and interviews
- Must be neat and cleanly dressed and groomed
- Minimal 1 year human resource experience
- Prefer previous supervisory or management experience
- Prefer previous building maintenance operations
- Must have reliable transportation and valid driver’s license


- Recruit, screen, interview, and place service workers
- Perform industry-specific training (i.e. OSHA) on an individual and group basis
- Monitor, evaluate, and record training activities
- Determine training program effectiveness
- Offer specific training to employees
- Assess training needs of employees
- Organize, develop, or obtain new training systems
- Monitor training costs and stay within budget
- Present information through lecture, group discussion, role playing, or media
- Administration of human resources policies, procedures, and programs


To achieve the final result of a high moral people-oriented organization operating by a set of formal operational procedures and policies.