Job Summary: The Road Home’s mission is to help people move out of homelessness and into housing in the community. As a leader in the field of homeless and housing services, The Road Home is a robust and dynamic organization continuously seeking to grow and deepen our impact by further developing our programs to end homelessness. We will continue to build a data-driven, outcomes-oriented culture that emphasizes the importance of continuous learning and growth.

In collaboration with the Human Resources (HR) Director and the Recruiting and Training Development Specialist, the Human Resources (HR) Coordinator will provide HR support and services to agency supervisors and staff. The HR Coordinator will primarily be responsible to manage the administrative tasks and duties of the HR department. This includes responsibility for the various pieces of the hiring and onboarding processes, creation and maintenance of personnel files, and oversight of the staffing headcount as outlined by the annual budget. The ability to maintain confidentiality, a strong work ethic, and close attention to detail are all important skills for the HR Coordinator to possess.
Primary Responsibilities: Hiring and Onboarding:
The HR Coordinator will work directly with Directors and Supervisors to provide streamlined processes for recruiting, hiring, and on boarding of potential and new hires.
1. Attend job fairs and promote The Road Home.
2. Verify requests for job postings with the staffing headcount, and post jobs in a variety of online locations, to ensure receipt of resumes from a diverse pool of candidates.
3. Update job descriptions with appropriate EEO and FLSA classes, pay ranges, and other pertinent details.
4. Follow agency procedure for staffing decisions, gaining appropriate approvals to fill vacant job openings, create new job openings when needed, and eliminate job openings when necessary. Utilize and update the budget headcount tracking as employees are hired or separated.
5. Reconcile the active roster to the budget on a quarterly basis.
6. Collect and log resumes as they come in and forward to the appropriate hiring manager(s).
7. Communicate with potential candidates regarding conditional job offer details and pre-screening requirements, to include reference checks, background and drug screening as outlined by policy and agency grants.
8. Act as a liaison between hiring managers and potential applicants during the on-boarding process, scheduling all parts of the pre-hire screenings and new hire orientation and training once a potential employee has been identified.
9. Create new hire personnel files.
10. Maintain the supply of staff uniforms, and distribute to new hires.

Maintain Personnel Records:
The HR Coordinator will be responsible to create new employee files and maintain confidential personnel files, medical files, and I-9 files.
1. Manage confidential I-9 files, including verification of I-9 documents received during orientation, completion of page 2 of the I-9, and filing completed I-9’s in the appropriate locked, secured files.
2. Complete filing of all forms and other employment-related documents each month in personnel files. Audit to ensure no medical information is included.
3. Manage terminated file processes.
4. Maintain non-employee files, such as for AmeriCorps, interns, independent contractors, and community partners.
5. Maintain agency organizational chart with staffing changes.

Agency Enhancement:
1. Participate in and support activities and events, including acceptance and completion of additional assignments.
2. Interact with peers, guests, volunteers, visitors, and the general public in appropriate and courteous manner.
3. Support agency mission, demonstrate willingness to work and cooperate with others.
4. Incorporate new skills into job, responsibilities, and share information with associates.
5. Assist staff with the process to become a Utah notary public.
6. Assist with ordering office supplies.
7. Other duties as assigned.
Desired Qualifications: Education and Experience
Bachelor’s Degree from accredited college/university in Business, Communications, or related field, or equivalent work experience (2 years’ experience for each year of college degree) required.
One year of experience in a human resources role or office management/administration setting preferred.

Skills and Requirements
1. Excellent customer service skills being able to communicate effectively and handle difficult situations.
2. Able to communicate effectively and handle difficult situations with professionalism, compassion, and from a Trauma-Informed Care perspective.
3. Ability to work independently and use sound judgment within the Trauma-Informed framework to make decisions.
4. Adept in Microsoft Office Word and Excel.
5. Understanding the importance of and ability to maintain confidentiality. 6. Demonstrated awareness of and sensitivity to diverse populations. Ability to contribute to the Agency's commitment to enhancing awareness and appreciation of diverse ethnic and cultural heritages.
7. Excellent communication and organization skills.
8. Detail oriented.
9. Self-starter with ability to initiate and carry out assignments, meet deadlines, and follow through to completion.
10. Skilled at multi-tasking.
11. Excellent collaboration skills; team player.
12. Understanding of the Housing First philosophy.
13. Must be able to pass a pre-employment background test and drug screen.

Physical and Equipment Requirements
Ability to stand and/or walk for an hour at a time
Ability to lift 25 pounds (materials for job fairs, etc.)
How to Apply: To apply, email your resume to Please include the job title, HR Coordinator, in the subject line.

The Road Home is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Compensation Type: Hourly wages
Hourly Wage Minimum: $18/hour
Hourly Wage Maximum: $18/hour
Salary Minimum: This is an hourly wage position.
Salary Maximum: This is an hourly wage position.
Status: Full Time
Location: Salt Lake City


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