HR Manager

A.I.S. Inc.

About the organization

A.I.S., Inc. (AIS) was founded in 1988 to provide fully trained protected species observers and certified inspectors for harbor and river dredging operations. With more than three decades of experience supporting government, the private sector and academia, AIS has evolved into a diversified provider of marine science services. Our accomplishments are based on our ability to mobilize and support a highly qualified and geographically dispersed workforce of professionals, our commitment to customer service, and our innovative management approaches.


Primary Functions:

The individual selected for this role will act as Labor Relations Specialist and be responsible for designing and executing human resources strategies that support a geographically dispersed workforce. The successful candidate will need to anticipate internal customer needs to proactively identify areas for collaboration and integration inside and outside the HR department while serving as a change agent, leader coach, and employee advocate. The selected individual will utilize metrics to measure success, identify trends and analyze systemic issues to develop holistic solutions for HR related challenges.

Other areas of responsibility include partnering with the Talent Acquisition Department to drive retention strategic efforts. The selected candidate must be comfortable designing and deploying data-driven people solutions that are efficient, effective, and flexible.


Assisting managers with employee performance evaluation process and talent development, goal setting, and coaching for optimal performance.
Manage Worker’s Compensation insurance issues including any claims and follow up.
Use a customer service approach to supporting internal customers i.e., op


Minimum Qualifications:

Minimum of 4 years of experience in Human Resources or Labor and Employee Relations.
Experience administrating Service Contract Act (SCA) compliant government contracts.
Experience in government contracting and ADP is required.
Experience with FECA.
Proven ability to build and maintain relationships, collaborate with others, engage in constructive conflict, and manage interpersonal dynamics.
Demonstrated decision-making, strong judgment, strong oral and written communication, and business acumen.
Demonstrated systems thinking approach with the ability to identify opportunities for HR to engage effectively with senior leadership on strategic initiatives.
Preferred Qualifications:

6+ years of experience in Human Resources or Labor and Employee Relations.
A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree with specialization in HR.
Experience performing HR functions to a workforce engaged in government contracting, providing scientific services and/or, performing work in the marine and coastal environments.
Labor Relations experience, knowledge and understanding.


Starting at $90K

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]


If you would like to apply for this exciting new opening, please click the following link to submit the required information:

Cover letter detailing relevant experience.
3 professional references (name, email address and phone number)
All documents must be submitted for your application to be considered. If you have any questions pertaining to this opening, please feel free to contact the Talent Acquisition Team at [email protected] or 5080-990-9035.

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