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Human Resources Manager

Dooley Petroleum Inc

Willmar, Minnesota 56201
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Summary: The human resource manager is responsible for performing HR-related duties on a professional level and works closely with COO in supporting designated geographic regions. This position carries out responsibilities in the following functional areas: benefits administration, employee relations, training, performance management, onboarding, policy implementation, recruitment/employment, affirmative action and employment law compliance.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.


  1. New Employees:


  1. Posting employment openings– both internally and externally. (Newspaper, Workforce Centre, Ridgewater, & etc.)

  2. Collecting applications and resumes.

  3. Helping with background checks

  4. Work with Federated to review if they are insurable for driving.

  5. New employee paperwork

    • New Employee Packet

    • Appropriate forms – depending on the position

    • Training/Videos

  6. Tracking 90 day reviews

  7. Tracking yearly reviews for all employees to make sure they get completed.

  8. Collecting review paperwork and getting it into employee files

  9. Letters of regret for candidates not offered positions.


  1. West Central Tribune – Business Briefs

    1. Help prepare write-ups and pictures for all new corporate office hires to the business brief section of the paper.

  2. Job Descriptions:

    1. After new structure is in place help write job description for all positions in the company.

    2. Yearly review of job descriptions after employee reviews.

  3. Polices & Procedures

    1. Help review existing policies and help draft new policies.

  4. Handbooks

    1. DPI, DNG, & Alliance Midstream

    2. Help keep them current and accurate with changing laws.

  5. Safety Meetings

    1. Help prepare agenda’s and information for quarterly safety meetings.

  6. Safety Committee

    1. Monthly safety committee meetings.

    2. Prepare agenda and take minutes for meetings.

  7. Benefits

    1. Inform Brooker of all new hires and terminations.

    2. Help prepare information for booklet.

    3. Help with annual booklet review.

  8. DOT Files

    1. Quarterly review of all DOT files.

  9. Annual Driver’s License Review

    1. Review all DPI, DNG, & Alliance Midstream drivers’ licenses.

  10. Log Sheets

    1. Collecting log sheets and reviewing violations

    2. Review monthly violations reports and report to management. Mail out violations to drivers for corrections.

    3. Inform management of any driver missing log sheets

  11. Drug and Alcohol Testing

    1. Coordinate monthly drug and alcohol test for DPI, DNG, & Alliance Midstream.

    2. Reporting of test dates for all drug and alcohol testing.

  12. Safety Training and Compliance

    1. DOT Requirements

    2. Hazmat Training

    3. OSHA Training

  13. Safety Manuals for DPI, DNG, & Alliance Midstream.

    1. Yearly review and updates.

  14. Insurance – Federated, DNG, & DNG II

    1. Insurance Certificates

    2. Work Comp Reporting - help manage work comp cases and manage files.

    3. OSHA 300 Form reporting

    4. Help prepare information for yearly renewals.

  15. Employment Posters

    1. Ensure all DPI, DNG, & Alliance Midstream have proper employment poster displayed in all locations.

  16. ISN, Erail Safe, & other Misc. Safety Sites

    1. Help to keep DPI, DNG, & Alliance Midstream current and up to date.

  17. Monthly newsletter for DPI.

  18. Incident Report

    1. Track and document all incident

    2. Compile annual report

    3. Track incidents for safety bonus deducts


Candidates must have a minimum of 3 years experiences in HR and be SHRM certified.

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