Human Resources of Central Oregon


Human Resources Business Partner
Posted 2/28/2017
Company: City of Bend
Location: 710 NW Wall Street Bend, OR 97703
Compensation: $65,732.58 - $85,358.62 Annually
Job Summary:
The City of Bend Human Resources Department currently has the opportunity for a dynamic Human Resources professional to join a successful team that values creativity and risk-taking without sacrificing quality of services. This is a full time, regular Human Resources Business Partner position based at City Hall in beautiful downtown Bend, Oregon!

The City of Bend is a full-service city with 12 major operating budgets, approximately 600 FTE's, a 2015-2017 biennial budget of $623 million, and positive, collaborative relationships with its entire workforce, which includes three associations – Bend Police Association, Bend Firefighters Association, and City of Bend Employees Association as well as non-represented, confidential employees.

Reporting to an engaged Human Resources Director, you will work directly with a staff of three Specialists, two HR Business Partner colleagues, as well as decentralized, embedded department Human Resources-focused liaisons and associated department leadership as you align interests, priorities and action plans.

As a Human Resources professional, you recognize that cultural and organizational fit is just as important as core human resource subject matter expertise, skills, competencies and business acumen. Your ability to positively connect and collaborate with a diverse workforce including Police, Fire, Community Development, Utilities, Street & Operation Services, Engineering & Infrastructure Planning, Growth Management, Central Support Services and the City Manager's Office in addition to leveraging the skills, competencies and operational knowledge of decentralized, embedded Human Resource liaisons is critical.

In essence, you personify the City's leadership values and demonstrate the highest level of integrity and the capacity to achieve desirable results while maintaining a customer service orientation.

As a resourceful professional you are current with information, technology, trends, and developments in human resource management and employment law and recommend applicable and reasonable policy and process changes as a result of industry trends.

This recruitment will remain open until filled. Initial application review is scheduled for Friday, March 10th at 12:00 p.m. To apply for this position, please submit your completed online application, cover letter, and resume. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Job Specifics:


The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification. Shown are duties intended to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties.

Act as a consultant with City Departments by providing professional expertise on recruitment and selection deliverables. Provide program administration including preparing recruitment and selection plans, developing job announcements and assessments, determining marketing strategies, evaluating applicant pools, and ensuring successful appointments.

Coordinate employee on-boarding activities with City Departments and related employee orientation processes, including preparation of documents (hard copy and electronic), assembly of materials, and relevant record keeping.

Conduct compensation surveys; analyze/summarize survey results, present conclusions and recommendations. Support internal compensation program analysis, trend reporting or other compensation program activities.

Provide classification review, development, and implementation through the use of classification questionnaires and supplemental information; conduct desk audits; prepare analysis and reports of findings with recommendations.

Provide support to labor and/or employee relations. Investigative performance and/or misconduct. Support labor negotiations in comparator market research, analysis, and prepare reports of findings. Provide analytical support in preparation for collective bargaining negotiations, proposals, and related; finalization/maintenance of labor contract documents.

Provide support to human resources workforce planning and organizational development related to analytics, trend reporting and associated tasks.

Assemble and analyze data and prepare regular and special reports, utilizing a variety of research techniques/methods and technology applications. Conduct analysis of information and prepare reports of findings.

Provide support in drafting and updating policies and procedures. Conduct information gathering/policy research/policy draft development.

Participate in division strategic planning efforts relative to human resources activities, programs and services.

Provide internal Human Resources division support and act in the Human Resource Manager's absence as a resource, consultant, or advisor to department managers/supervisors and employees on human resources matters.

In an emergency or an officially declared State of Emergency, responds as directed to ensure the restoration of essential public services, facilities and infrastructure.

Perform other duties as assigned.


Knowledge of:
•Broad knowledge of the principles, practices and procedures of human resources and personnel administration.
•Knowledge of and ability to interpret applicable HR-related Federal, State and local personnel laws, rules, and regulations.
•Knowledge of advanced methods and techniques of statistical research, market research, analysis and reporting.

Skill In:
•Ability to analyze, interpret, and communicate human resources information/issues, develop recommendations and alternatives.
•Ability to prepare and evaluate/analyze data and prepare narrative and statistical reports from data, written outlines and/or oral instructions.
•Ability to make accurate comparisons of job requirements and applicant qualifications.
•Ability to conduct classification and compensation evaluation, development, and implementation.
•Skill in oral presentation and written communications and ability to utilize broad technology applications in documents processing, spreadsheets, data bases, power point presentations and publishing software applications.
•Ability to maintain strict confidentiality in all human resources matters.
•Ability to exercise keen time management skills, balance multiple priorities, and consistently meet time lines and due dates.
•Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with individuals and groups, be an effective collaborator in a team-centered environment, and work effectively under general direction.

Minimum Qualifications:
Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying.

A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be through achievement of Bachelor's level degree in human resources, public administration, business administration, or other closely aligned degree program; from an accredited institution of higher education. Typical experience to qualify would include a minimum of five years of HR experience performing the duties as described in the principal duties of this classification. PHR/SPHR or SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP preferred.
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Safety Manager
Posted 2/23/2017
Company: Express Employment Professionals
Location: Madras, Oregon
Compensation: DOE
Job Summary:
Live & work in beautiful Central Oregon! An industrial manufacturer is seeking an experienced Safety Manager to join their HR team. The Safety manager will develop policies and projects to abate hazards as well as establish systems to identify, evaluate and control occupational safety and health hazards.
Job Specifics:
What You Get To Do!
• Ensure compliance with all federal, state and local laws related to safety in order to eliminate or reduce losses.
• Maintain expert level awareness of current OHSA and other health and safety regulations
• Responsible for the strategic management of safety programs and procedures.
• Responsible for accident data compilation, abatement, record keeping, safety communication and awareness, and system audits.
• Develop, coordinate, implement and enforce overall safety programs, including safety orientation for new hires, CPR and First Aid training
• Maintain OSHA records and required reporting.
• Ensure appropriate treatments of injuries/accidents are followed.
• Support the front-line leadership in creating a safety culture as well as being an agent of influence in the safety environment.
• Oversee audits of systems to continuously improve the safety program.
• Point of contact for external inquiries related to safety and compliance matters.
• Effectively communicate to all levels of management regarding current regulatory inquiries.
• Apprise management of all significant Environmental, Health, and Safety issues.
• Manage and oversee all Safety, Health and Workers Compensation functions.
• Institute and supervise necessary permitting, monitoring, data gathering and reporting to government agencies.
Minimum Qualifications:
What You Will Need:
• Bachelor's degree from a four year university in environmental science or safety preferred
• A minimum of three years of Safety and/or Risk Management Experience
• The ability to interpret government regulations and apply to facility operations
• Certified/trained on Hazardous Waste and DOT desirable
• Current /Clean DMV record and valid driver’s license
• Exceptional Communication skills; verbal and written
• Critical Thinking & Problem Solving
• Organization a must
• Proficiency in MS Office and ability to learn new systems
To apply for this position:
To Apply:
For confidential consideration, please submit resume to:

PS106548 - 1.0 Regular Human Resources Specialist II
Posted 2/8/2017
Company: Bend-La Pine Schools
Location: Bend, OR
Compensation: $50,643 - $53,983, plus exceptional benefits. This position is overtime exempt.
Job Summary:
Under minimal supervision, the Human Resources Specialist II - Classified for the Human Resources Department performs independent work relating to the employment and support of classified (non-licensed) staff for Bend-La Pine Schools. The Human Resources Specialist II performs and may direct the work of others in detailed and complex Human Resources functions. The Human Resources Specialist II performs work independently in a variety of duties related to the operation and development of personnel. Employee also establishes and is responsible for maintaining complete and accurate records of employment. Most tasks are non-routine and require a considerable reliance upon the use of independent judgment. Only on occasion questions are referred to the supervisor for guidance. The employee frequently communicates with non-district personnel during which this employee is the sole representative of the district. The Human Resources Specialist II -- Classified works under the supervision of the Director of Human Resources.
Job Specifics:

Prepares and submits applicable School Board action documents and other notices related to employment and staffing, for School Board review and approval.
Processes staff requests for resignation and retirement.
Manages and tracks offers of employment, termination, and/or lay-off of all classified staff.
Processes required payroll documentation for current and new classified staff, including verification of accurate budget and position codes.
Analyzes, evaluates, and ensured timely salary placement according to the District's policies and rules, applicable Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBAs), and state laws. This includes ensuring mid-year step movements and longevity recognition for all classified staff.
Creates and manages classified employee work calendars to ensure compliance with CBA and ensures accurate coordination with the payroll system to ensure proper payment to staff.
Ensures all classified staff have the appropriate education, certification, and licensure for their assignment.
USID download from Oregon Department of Education (ODE) and data entry into HRIS.
Social Security online verification and follow up for invalid social security numbers.
Acts as District's liaison with various agencies such as Oregon Department of Education (ODE) and related vendors pertaining to fingerprinting and background checking of employees for Bend-La Pine Schools.
Ensures all new classified employees, coaches, independent contractors, volunteers and interns are cleared with appropriate background checks and fingerprinting to ensure safety of students within the schools.
Manages the SafeSchools training program for the District, including assigning and building courses on an annual basis, as well as managing the tracking of course completions district-wide.
May represent the Human Resources department on assigned District and/or statewide committees.
Provides ongoing support and training to all district staff on issues related to employment policies and procedures as well as interpretation of the CBAs.
Responds to verbal and written inquiries from administrators, District staff, other school districts, state and federal agencies, and the public.
In coordination with the Director of Human Resources and/or appointed designee(s):
·Directs and oversees the work of assigned support personnel.
·Trains and develops assigned support personnel.
·Supports and assists in the completion of the evaluation process for assigned support personnel.
Provides support to the Director of Human Resources and/or appointed designee(s) in:
·Research, analysis, and developing recommendations for Human Resources operations.
·Interpretation of District policies and rules, Oregon Revised Statutes, and Collective Bargaining Agreements.
·Assisting in collective bargaining matters and contract management.
·Keeps up-to-date on all current matters pertaining to personnel, such as certification rules, progress in contract
negotiations, budgeting, salaries, and vacancies in order to be able to answer queries from patrons and
Ensures accurate and current personnel records are maintained for all classified personnel. Stores vital personnel records on computer; retrieves information as necessary.
Prepares reports as required and related to the position.
Ensures the completion of salary surveys for various government agencies.
Processes highly confidential information.
Assists with collective bargaining matters and contract management issues.
Tracks all documentation regarding the performance evaluation of classified employees.
Assists with orientation of new classified employees.
Composes correspondence in answer to inquiries.
Fulfills other related duties as assigned.
Fulfills performance standards as identified in the evaluation process as required by the position.
Fulfills working conditions and physical effort listed below.


The employee operates under extreme heavy workloads and inflexible deadlines. Work requests are often received which require immediate attention setting up conflicting priorities for timely response. Sound judgment and a pleasant attitude are required in stressful situations. The employee needs to lift / maneuver materials, equipment or boxes weighing up to 30 pounds.


· Principles and practices of human resource management and personnel administration.
· Applicable collective bargaining laws, rules and contracts.
· Laws, rules, policies and procedures and other provisions affecting assigned area of responsibility.
· Federal and state employment laws and administrative rules.
· Principles and practices of management, research, work organization and simplification.
· Principles and practices of planning, coordinating and reviewing the work of others.
· Analytical methods and techniques.
· Modern office practices, procedures, computer equipment, and software

Skills and Abilities:
Possess the physical ability to regularly attend work and fulfill the essential functions of the position, with or without reasonable accommodation.

Exercise independent judgment in making technical and procedural decisions regarding work organization and assignment, work methods and work products.
Independently research, compile and analyze complex information and to prepare written communication and reports.
Operate a computer and utilize district adopted software to enter, revise and retrieve information and to formulate methods of collecting and presenting information.
Analyze and resolve procedural and technical problems and develop and implement plans and procedures.
Develop and maintain procedural systems and controls.
Evaluate and establish work priorities and coordinate work assignments.
Coordinate the work of others and assist in evaluating the performance of employees.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
Express ideas clearly and concisely in writing and orally and independently compose correspondence.
Represent the School District effectively to high level public and private officials, community leaders, job applicants, and the public.
Work with the diverse public and District personnel using tact, courtesy and good judgment.
Plan, organize, problem-solve and execute decision-making skills.
Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to manage administrative office functions in a timely manner while maintaining accuracy and attention to detail.
Demonstrate the ability to maintain the confidentiality of sensitive and confidential materials.
Abide by the federal requirements for a drug-free workplace.
Obtain or possess a valid Oregon driver's license and maintain an insurable status for automobile and liability coverage, as required by the position.
Work successfully in a team setting.
Minimum Qualifications:

A Bachelor's Degree in Business from an accredited four-year college or university and one to three years' experience in the human resources field; or 5 years' experience in a similar field.

The position requires working knowledge of several technical procedures or work activity areas and ability to teach them to others. In-depth knowledge of work-related School District policies and practices is necessary. Job learning time may range from six to twelve months; job proficiency can be acquired in twelve to twenty-four months.


PHR or SHRM-PC preferred.
Must have or obtain Public Notary certification within 6 months of hire.
To apply for this position:
To be considered for this position, please apply online:

PS106550 - 1.0 Regular Human Resources Secretary II
Posted 2/8/2017
Company: Bend-La Pine Schools
Location: Bend, OR
Compensation: $42,006 - $44,776, plus exceptional benefits. This position is overtime exempt.
Job Summary:
Under general supervision, the Confidential Administrative Secretary II performs complex secretarial and administrative duties requiring comprehensive knowledge of District-wide policies and procedures. The Confidential Administrative Secretary II plans, organizes, coordinates, and participates in office activities to ensure that responsibilities are carried out in an effective and efficient manner. Judgment and discretion are required in knowing what policies can be interpreted by the employee and what interpretations need to be made by the administrator. Most routine decisions relating to standard policies are left to the discretion of the employee. The Confidential Administrative Secretary II provides executive secretarial and administrative assistance services to district office administrators.

The employee is defined "confidential" due to the involvement in the certificated and/or classified employee collective bargaining process. The employee is distinguished from the district clerical classifications by the time involvement of the job, confidentiality of the position and proximity to administrative decisions. The Administrative Secretary II works under the supervision of the Director of Human Resources.
Job Specifics:

Provides accurate information to staff and public on the District's hiring practices.
Works with other confidential staff in the Human Resources Department to process applications for employment and to maintain applicant files.
Provides and distributes employment information by preparing informational packets for all new employees.
Provides current and updated information regarding personnel matters including job openings as well as personnel procedures.
Prepares medical files for new District employees.
Reconcile all department invoices and prepare purchase orders as well as reconcile purchasing card transactions.
Respond to requests for background checks and pre-employment result from other districts.
Order department office supplies.
Coordinates management of district identification badges, including coordinating district-wide issue of badges, as well as the daily issuance of badges throughout the year as needed.
Serves as the original point of contact for applicants and newly hired employees to ensure paperwork is submitted and processed quickly and efficiently.
Assists new employees with pre-employment drug testing paperwork and process to ensure testing deadlines are met and paperwork is accurately processed.
Coordinates district wide service awards for employees.
Serves as the initial contact for customers of the Human Resources Department.
Answers Human Resources main phone line to ensure customers are assisted quickly and professionally.
Sort and distribute department mail.
Complete new hire paperwork for all new district hires.
Provides secretarial assistance to the Director of Human Resources.
Provides the Director of Human Resources with reports, documents, summaries and recommendations upon request.
Initiates routine correspondence, reports, and other records as required.
Composes and types detailed letters and reports from brief instructions or notes.
Assists in the development of office procedures, routines, and filing systems as necessary.
Processes confidential and legal materials for the Human Resources Department.
Fulfills other related duties as assigned.
Fulfills performance standards identified in the evaluation process as required by the position.
Fulfills working conditions and physical effort listed below.


Human relations and communication skills are necessary to handle frequent personal and telephone inquiries received from administrators, teachers, classified employees, and others.

The employee operates under extreme heavy workloads and inflexible deadlines. Work requests are often received which require immediate attention setting up conflicting priorities for timely response. Sound judgment and a pleasant attitude are required in stressful situations. The employee needs the ability to lift/move materials, equipment or boxes weighing up to 30 pounds.



Modern secretarial principles, practices and techniques such as records maintenance; MS Word, Business Plus, and spreadsheet (Excel).
Modern office management techniques such as planning, organizing and coordinating the administrative support work flow of an office.
District office policies, procedures, and ability to apply and explain them in detail as required in performing duties.
Bookkeeping practices and procedures.
Word processing and computer equipment.
High literacy skills including reading, business and technical composition, standard English usage, punctuation, grammar, spelling, and letter format.

Skills and Abilities:

Possess the physical ability to regularly attend work and fulfill the essential functions of the position, with or without reasonable accommodation.

Type 60 words per minute with accuracy.
Able to use district related software systems, internet, and e-mail systems. The ability to design and use spreadsheets / databases and use Microsoft Word, Excel are a plus.
Represent the School District effectively to staff, students, parents, job applicants, and the public.
Demonstrate excellent oral communications skills and interpersonal skills with the ability to work with diverse public and District personnel using tact, courtesy and good judgment under normal and stressful conditions.
Maintain the confidentiality of collective bargaining and other information.
Read, understand, and follow oral and written instructions without direct supervision.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, students, parents and the public
Plan, organize, problem-solve and execute decision-making skills including flexibility and adaptability, to manage administrative office functions in a timely manner while maintaining accuracy and attention to detail.
Abide by the federal requirements for a drug-free workplace.
Obtain or possess a valid Oregon driver's license and maintain an insurable status for automobile and liability coverage, as required by the position.
Work successfully in a team setting with human resources staff.
Minimum Qualifications:
Two years of vocational training or college, and/or five years of progressively responsible secretarial experience preferred; or any combination of education and experience which would provide the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge and ability required to perform the job.

The position requires working knowledge of several technical procedures or work activity areas and ability to teach them to others. In-depth knowledge of work-related School District policies and practices is necessary. Job learning time may range from six to twelve months; job proficiency can be acquired in twelve to twenty-four months.

To apply for this position:
To be considered for this position, please apply online:

PLEASE NOTE: Office skills testing must be completed PRIOR to the closing date of the position. Administrators may not consider an applicant that has not completed office skills testing. The link to our website for skills testing dates can be found HERE:

There are five required sections of Skills Testing: typing, excel, word, petty cash and sentence clarity. You may retake the typing portion only of the test to improve your score; however, all attempted scores become part of your applicant file.
Keyboarding requirements:

*Secretary I: 40 net words per minute
*Secretary II: 50 net words per minute
*Secretary III or Office Manager: 55 net words per minute
*Confidential Secretary I / Receptionist: 50 net words per minute
*Confidential or Executive Secretary: 60 net words per minute
*Media Manager I, II, III & Media Tech Assistant: 40 net words per minute
*Operations Manager: 55 net words per minute

HR Analyst
Posted 2/1/2017
Company: Express Employment Professionals
Location: Bend, OR
Compensation: Competitive salary & benefits package
Job Summary:
One of Central Oregon’s premiere employers is seeking an experienced HR Analyst to join their team!

Where You Get To Live!
Our client is located in beautiful Bend, Oregon, the mountain town that has it all! Located in the in the shadows of the Cascade Mountains and surrounded by numerous lakes and rivers, Central Oregon is an outdoor enthusiasts’ paradise. Check out the sights and sounds of Bend at:
Job Specifics:
What You Get To Do!
The HRIS Analyst will contribute to the continuous improvement of HR systems and processes, including implementation and ongoing governance of Human Capital Management (HCM) and other human resources information systems (HRIS). Execute and collaborate on complex reporting, configuration, tenant management, patches and integrations. Proactively safeguard all data. Participate as a technical team member for release management. Ensure that the HRIS is meeting the business and operationalinformational needs of the business.
• Analyze, maintain and troubleshoot Company HR information systems and applications;
• Provide technical support for HRIS staff and end users;
• Design, develop, code, and implement HCM reports and simple integrations in the HCM;
• Ensure proper security and privacy controls in reports;
• Establish best practice technical solutions to meet business requirements;
• Partner with stakeholders on system usage, functionality and design;
• Develop and execute testing plans to validate functionality; and
• Lead projects that impact data maintenance in the HRIS and perform audits of data within HR systems.
Minimum Qualifications:
What You Will Need!
• Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Business, Human Resources or other related field .
• 6 or more years of experience with HRIS systems (Workday HCM – a plus)
• Expertise in data management, reporting, business process and SaaS environments
• Strong background in systems, implementations, integrations, configuration and support
• Technical skills with data extraction, analysis and reporting
• High proficiency with Excel
• Functional knowledge in Human Resources with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Proven ability to handle highly confidential and sensitive information.
• Ability to solve complex problems using a broad perspective to identify solutions.
To apply for this position:
To Apply:
For confidential consideration, please submit resume to:

Human Resources Business Partner
Posted 1/26/2017
Company: St. Charles Health System
Location: Bend
Compensation: $62,000 -$96,000
Job Summary:
In Central Oregon you will find some of the finest places for paddling, hiking, cycling, golfing and dining al fresco in the warmer months. In winter, areas of the High Desert turn into a snowy playground with skiing, snowboarding, sledding and ice skating. Whatever the season, Central Oregon is home to some of the country's top craft breweries, unique boutiques for tax-free shopping, and world-class restaurants to please every lifestyle and budget.

St. Charles Health System is the largest employer in Central Oregon with more than 3,800 caregivers/employees at our four hospitals in Bend, Madras, Prineville and Redmond and multiple outpatient clinics. We offer a wide variety of exciting clinical and non-clinical career paths for talented individuals. We are seeking individuals with a passion for delivering exceptional care and service and who are looking for an opportunity to work with a dynamic and talented team of caregivers.

The Human Resources Department provides many services to our multi-hospital organization and medical groups including: recruiting, employee relations, labor relations, compensation and benefits management, information services, and on-boarding/off-boarding. The Caregiver and Labor Relations and Compensation department oversees and administers all labor contracts, corrective and disciplinary actions, terminations, performance management, annual reviews, compensation, and ensures compliance with Local, State, and Federal laws and regulations for all employment related matters.

The Human Resources Business Partner is responsible for providing caregiver relations guidance to St. Charles leaders and caregivers in support of the organization’s policies and procedures. This position services as a consultant for performance management, coaches and administers corrective actions and terminations, and ensures compliance with Human Resources policies throughout the organization. This position will act as the primary Human Resources contact for assigned departments and locations. This position does not directly manage any caregivers.
Job Specifics:
Promotes and foster the St. Charles Open Door Culture across all departments within the organization.

Coaches, counsels, and provides caregiver and labor relations advice and direction to leadership and caregivers. Ensures compliance with all St. Charles polices, collective bargaining agreements, and Local, State, and Federal employment laws and regulations.

Investigates accusations of harassment, discrimination, or other illegal actions (i.e. EEOC, BOLI, DOL) along with St. Charles policy violations while documenting fact-finding and providing recommendations to leadership. Coordinates next steps with key stakeholders. Partners with the Compliance department on the management of the internal reporting system (Ethics Point). Investigates and ensures a timely outcome of assigned cases.

Facilitates performance management discussions and the yearly performance review cycle administration, including training, to ensure consistency and appropriate documentation and coaching.

Administers corrective actions, progressive disciplinary procedures, terminations, layoffs, and reductions in force. Provides guidance and coaching to leadership for performance management and conflict resolution. Provides documentation and tools to leadership per St. Charles performance management processes.

Facilitates the annual performance review cycle administration, including training, performance management, to ensure consistency and appropriate documentation and coaching.

Provides education and training to leaders and/or caregivers on St. Charles policies and procedures, applicable Federal and State laws, or related topics. Assists with new hire orientation and other organizational events as needed.

Develops and implements policies and best practices that strategically and proactively address St. Charles key initiatives. Implements Values Improvement Practice (VIP) Lean strategies throughout daily work to promote continuous process improvement and to increase consistency and efficiency across the organization.

Conducts and administers in-person and electronic exit interviews. Analyzes and interprets data, trends, and report and investigate concerns. Provides leadership feedback and provide tools and training to increase retention across the organization.

Collaborates with the Human Resources department (Leave and Disability, Recruiting, Benefits, Compensation, HRIS, HR Records) to provide consistency, support and efficient processes. Manages complex and difficult HR Projects cross-functionally.

Supports the vision, mission and values of the organization in all respects.

Supports the Value Improvement Practice (VIP-Lean) principals of continuous improvement with energy and enthusiasm, functioning as a champion of change.

Provides and maintains a safe environment for caregivers, patients and guests.

Conducts all activities with the highest standards of professionalism and confidentiality. Complies with all applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures, supporting the organization’s corporate integrity efforts by acting in an ethical and appropriate manner, reporting known or suspected violation of applicable rules, and cooperating fully with all organizational investigations and proceedings.

May perform additional duties of similar complexity within the organization, as required or assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:
Required: Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field.
Preferred: Master’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field.

Required: Valid Oregon driver's license and meet St. Charles driving requirements. Ability to travel to all St. Charles worksites. Preferred: PHR/ SPHR certification.

Required: At least 3 years of experience in Human Resources functioning as a Sr. HR Generalist, HR Business Partner or HR Manager role.
Preferred: At least 5 years of experience in Human Resources functioning as a Sr. HR Generalist, HR Business Partner or HR Manager role.

Must be able to wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required to perform the job safely.

General: Success working in a dynamic, diverse and fast paced environment. Strong analytical, problem solving and decision making skills. Excellent organizational skills, written and oral communication and customer service skills, particularly in dealing with stressful personal interactions. Ability to effectively interact with all levels within St. Charles and external customers/clients/potential caregivers. Demonstrated ability and experience in computer applications, specifically MS Office, PPT, and Excel.

Position Specific: Working knowledge of all HR functional areas with an emphasis on EEOC laws and requirements, federal and state employment laws, training, and employee relations. Strong time management skills and ability to manage workload and conflicting priorities. Proven experience of managing and implementing projects and strategic change initiatives.
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Safety Manager
Posted 1/24/2017
Company: Advantage Dental
Location: Redmond, Oregon
Compensation: $65,000-$75,000 annual salary
Job Summary:
Advantage Dental is dentist owned and operated and includes over 40 dental clinics throughout the state of Oregon as well as a non-profit organization providing orthodontics to at-risk children. Advantage is one of the largest Dental Care Organizations in Oregon and is growing. Advantage offers competitive pay and excellent benefits and is always looking for talented service minded professionals to join our team.

Headquartered in beautiful Redmond, Oregon, the region offers a variety of outdoor activities such as world-class snow sports, hiking, water recreation and more. We are located in the heart of Central Oregon with access to urban activities, fine arts and entertainment.

We are currently looking for a Safety Manager to join our growing Human Resources team.

The Safety Manager is accountable for establishing a safety culture and ensuring a consistent approach to health and safety programs across the entire business. The Safety Manager plans, directs, and implements organization-wide programs and policies to ensure a safe, incident-free work environment by performing the following duties either personally or through others.
Job Specifics:
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions. Regular attendance is an essential function of this position.

a. Plans and implements safety policies and procedures that create a safety culture in compliance with company policy, local, state, and federal Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) regulations and state plans.

b. Conducts training for managers, supervisors and team members in work site safety practices, correct lifting/handling techniques for equipment and other materials, use of personal protective equipment, etc. Provides support and feedback on training team members.

c. Conducts training for employees on a variety of safety topics utilizing the company and/or site-specific training materials. Trains and mentors all staff as needed.

d. Audits facilities to detect existing or potential safety and health hazards; determines corrective or preventative measures where indicated; follows up to ensure measures have been implemented.

e. Responsible for facility safety performance via incident rates both from an insurance and OSHA perspective respectively.

f. Provides information, signs, posters, programs and other materials to warn of potential and actual safety hazards.

g. Participates or leads in the investigation of all accidents/incidents and injuries as well as prepares any materials or evidence for organization use in hearings, and insurance investigations.

h. Partners closely with the insurance broker and insurance carriers on all workers compensation cases.

i. Ensures safety files and records, including OSHA record keeping is accurate.

j. Conducts job site, clinic and facility walkthroughs for site representatives.

k. Works closely with all company managers and directors to plan, assign, and direct safety related work; addresses complaints and resolves problems.

l. Updates the safety manual throughout the organization.

m. Participates in all Risk Analysis, Safety Design Reviews and Job Safety Analyses (JSAs)/ Job Hazard Analyses (JHAs).


This position involves 30% or more of the employee’s time spent travelling outside of the home office.

Employees in this position must have reliable transportation and be able to effectively commute to and from various clinic offices throughout the state.

Minimum Qualifications:
a. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of experience and study.

b. Five plus years of experience in safety management.

c. Basic knowledge of property and casualty insurance coverage.

d. CSP designation or similar health & safety designation preferred, but not required.

e. Knowledge of OSHA General Industry Standards.

f. Working knowledge of safe work practices and experience in conducting accident/incident investigations.

g. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.

h. Ability to effectively present information in one—on—one and small group situations.

i. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.

j. Proven ability to use basic mathematical skills.

k. Must be willing and able to frequently stand, walk, crawl, climb, push, pull, kneel, bend and reach.

Other Job Information (if applicable):
To apply for this position:
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