Human Resources Associate

Location: Washington, DC; Denver, CO; South Lake Tahoe, CA
Practice Area: Company Health
Employment Type: Direct Hire
Start Date: 08/23/19

  • Location: Washington, DC; Denver, CO; South Lake Tahoe, CA
  • Type: Direct Hire
  • Job #12

Environmental Incentives (EI) is seeking to hire a mid-level human resource professional to fulfill the role of Human Resources Associate.

Key Areas of Responsibility

  • Oversee EI’s recruitment and onboarding processes
  • Maintain compliance with applicable labor laws and policies
  • Manage EI’s compensation and benefits packages
  • Support company culture efforts
  • Oversee employee relations

Principal Duties

  • Recruit long-term staff and short-term consultants, working with hiring managers to develop and disseminate position descriptions, identify and interview candidates, and support development of offer letters and consultant agreements
  • Coordinate onboarding program, including developing new staff training content, scheduling and delivering training sessions, and administering knowledge checks to ensure new staff retain key information
  • Lead updates to existing and development of new company policy and procedures, ensuring compliance with local labor laws for staff working in the United States and abroad
  • Research compensation and benefits packages for labor markets in which EI works, ensuring that EI remains a competitive and attractive employer for prospective and current staff
  • Lead efforts to build and maintain company culture
  • Respond to staff inquiries regarding company benefits and policies
  • Manage the offboarding process for long-term staff and short-term consultants
  • Manage and maintain personnel, consultant, and recruiting databases
  • Oversee employee performance evaluation systems and processes


Environmental Incentives seeks talented, creative and inspired professionals who can provide leadership in a growing practice while being flexible enough to fit into a strong culture. We differentiate carefully our minimum qualifications, preferred skills and necessary characteristics for success.

Minimum Qualifications

A narrow set of specific qualifications are essential for consideration in the open positions. These qualifications are considered the minimum necessary and we expect successful candidates will bring more than the minimum listed.

  • 3 years of experience in human resources management
  • Bachelor’s Degree or an additional 2 years of relevant work experience in a related field
  • Demonstrated ability to handle confidential business matters and information with discretion
  • Highly organized with excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills
  • Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office applications

Desired Qualifications

  • Experience recruiting long-term staff and short-term consultants in the environment, natural resources, and international development sector
  • Experience recruiting long-term staff and short-term consultants in foreign countries
  • Experience in natural resources conservation programming and international development, and familiarity with USAID or similar US Government organization is highly preferred
  • Experience with new business development in the natural resources field and/or international development
  • Experience building diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts into company culture and practices
  • Experience structuring compensation and benefits packages
  • Professional proficiency in Spanish
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