What is a Human Resource Manager?

At Southview Design the Human Resource Manager is responsible for:

  • Acquiring top talent
  • Aligning people-related policies with our core values and goals
  • Developing, improving, and maintaining safety, recruiting, and employee engagement programs

How will you succeed as a Human Resource Manager?

  • You are professional and demonstrate the excellence of Southview Design
  • You are respectful to everyone you meet
  • You easily adapt to challenges that arise
  • You want to be great and continue to hone your craft
  • You believe in teamwork and work to win together

What do our top performers do?

Our top performers build great relationships. They share and demonstrate our core values while inspiring others to do the same.


Typical job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Lead recruitment efforts
  • Coordinate safety efforts for the entire organization
  • Build relationships with team members throughout the company
  • Evaluate our people-related policies and processes and establish best practices
  • Traditional Human Resource activities such as payroll, benefits, and compliance


  • Bachelor's or Master's Degree in Human Resources, Business, or a related field
  • PHR or SPHR certified


Are you the right person for this position?

An understanding of traditional Human Resources roles is key. You’ll be a great fit if you:

  • Have a minimum of 5 years experience in a Human Resource role
  • Possess in-depth knowledge of labor law and HR best practices
  • Work well under pressure, meet deadlines, and support others on the team
  • Always maintain strict confidence and discretion with company and personnel information
  • Can create a culture of diversity, inclusivity, collaboration, and teamwork

How to Apply


Complete Online Application

The Company is an equal opportunity employer and makes all employment decisions on the basis of merit, qualifications, and abilities. The Company shall recruit, hire, train, and promote in all job titles, including interns, apprentices, and volunteers, without regard to race, color, sex (including pregnancy), religion (including religious dress or religious grooming), age, national origin or ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, sexual orientation, military and veteran status, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws (“protected characteristics”).