Goldbelt, Inc.

Human Resources Specialist

Job Locations US-AK-Juneau
Human Resources
Position Type
Regular Full-Time


Goldbelt Incorporated is an urban, Alaska Native, for-profit corporation with offices in Juneau, Alaska, and Herndon, Virginia. Its primary purpose is to manage assets and conduct business for the benefit of over 4,000 Alaska Native shareholders.




The HR Specialist will work as a member of the HR department in a rapidly changing, complex and fast-paced federal and commercial space environment and serves as support to multiple HR processes in Alaska Group portfolio of businesses.

The position requires attention to detail and organization to process a high volume of work.


Position is in Juneau, Alaska. Successful candidate must be in Juneau or willing to relocate.


Essential Job Functions:

  • Answers and assist employees with basic questions regarding their employment and Goldbelt’s policies and systems
  • Intake employee relations cases and correctly escalates employee discipline and employee relations issues to Senior HR Generalist
  • Assist with employee benefit questions and concerns. Assist with open enrollment by explaining benefits and any changes from previous year, assist employees with preparation of paperwork and answer questions
  • Develops a reputation as a neutral and approachable HR representative focused on employees, front and mid-level managers as well as the organization
  • Maintain legally compliant personnel documentation and records management
  • Maintains OSHA logs for companies under the Alaska Group Portfolio
  • Help to manage Workers’ Compensation plan administration and claims. Audit support for worker’s comp, 401k.  Assist with federal compliance reporting of VETS 4212, EEO1, ACA and AAP and OSHA
  • Can process job functions for Coordinator role in limited scope to support seasonal hiring at multiple companies
  • Provide back up support to HR Coordinator for onboarding and data entry.
  • Serves as back up for Recruiting Coordinator, Onboarding, Data Entry, Offboarding and processing PANs


  • Post job descriptions on the career website and the Alaska Job Bank
  • Attend job fairs and career events
  • Create offer letters, make job offers and assist with new-employee background checks
  • Evaluate and screen the resumes and cover letters of seasonal job applicants
  • Maintain record of interviews and new hires.
  • Notify hiring manager when new employee is cleared to work
  • Tracks status of candidates in HRIS and responds with follow-up letters at the end of the recruiting process
  • Become familiar with legal requirements associated with the hiring process
  • Performs customer service functions by answering questions from job applicants


  • Schedule new employees for Employee Orientation
  • Prepare new hire paperwork according to policies and procedures
  • Monitor processes for maintaining new employee paperwork and human resource records
  • Consult with hiring managers on staff requirements for seasonal employees
  • Set up employees in the seasonal electronic timekeeping system. Works with seasonal employees by providing guidance and direction on timekeeping issues
  • Completes Forms I-9, verifies I-9 documentation and maintains I-9 files
  • Prepares new-employee files
  • Files documents into appropriate employee files
  • Makes photocopies; mails, scans and emails documents; and performs other clerical functions
  • Assists or prepares correspondence as requested



Necessary Skills and Knowledge:

  • Must be able to interact with a wide variety of staff and senior management.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent listening and comprehension skills
  • Ability to reason and analyze problems
  • Must demonstrate excellent attention-to-detail
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Must have the ability to independently establish priorities and accomplish work within time constraints
  • Must be solution oriented
  • Ability to deal confidentially with sensitive information
  • Must have excellent interpersonal, communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Must be a team-player and be willing to be hands-on with tactical duties with an ability to multi-task in a fast-paced and dynamic environment
  • Must have broad HR expertise, strong business acumen, and be able to think big-picture and be resourceful in creating solutions. Must be able to diagnose and support data-driven decision-making and have demonstrated experience leading and driving change within client groups
  • Must possess good project management and organizational skills and have a strong attention to detail
  • Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Minimum Qualifications:

  • AA Degree in business, psychology, human resource management, or related field
  • One (1) to three (3) years of human resources experience
  • OR a combination of education and experience to successfully perform the duties of the position
  • Ability to successfully pass a background check

Preferred Qualifications:

  • ADP Workforce Now and Deltek experience
  • Experience working for a Government contractor or other highly-regulated environment preferred
  • Alaskan Native Corporation experience


Annual Compensation:  $57,400 to $69,000.



Pay and Benefits

At Goldbelt, we value and reward our team's dedication and hard work. We provide a competitive base salary commensurate with your qualifications and experience. Our annual incentive compensation plan is designed to reward your contributions to Goldbelt's success. It's a profit-sharing initiative tied to our strategic objectives, demonstrating that your efforts directly impact our achievements. As an employee, you'll also enjoy a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, and vision insurance, a 401(k) plan with company matching, tax-deferred savings options, supplementary benefits, paid time off, and professional development opportunities.


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