Company: Bend-La Pine Schools
Location: Education Center
Compensation: $50,643 - $57,323 per year, plus exceptional benefits
Under minimal supervision, the Payroll Specialist performs technical and confidential accounting work in the maintenance of the district’s centralized, computerized payroll system for multiple groups of employees. The employee coordinates records and processes all data required to assure the timely disbursement of payroll checks, fringe benefit payments, and other related payments.
The Payroll Specialist coordinates and participates in difficult and responsible accounting work involved in keeping and reviewing financial and statistical records: performs independent work and a variety of responsible administrative services; performs tasks with considerable reliance upon the use of independent judgment. Decisions are generally based on readily available materials combined with a variety of scenarios. Determinations are generally accepted as final. Only on occasion are questions referred to the supervisor for advice. Work is evaluated by the smooth functioning of the assigned work responsibilities, accuracy, and timely completion of assignments.
The Payroll Specialist is responsible for ensuring the accuracy of payroll records; for the interpretation and effective implementation of the salary system; and for developing computerized or manually prepared financial and payroll reports; and reconciliations of payroll liability and GL accounts. The employee manages and reviews the work of others assisting in the payroll function and in other areas of the Finance Department. While guidelines exist in the form of district finance software procedures, salary and benefit schedules, Federal and state laws and regulations, and district policies, the employee is responsible for interpreting these guidelines in non-routine and unclear situations and making decisions as to the correct course of action. The employee is also responsible for the preparation of monthly, quarterly, or annual reports in conformance with guidelines and time frames. Contact is maintained in writing, in person, or over the telephone with district administrators, teachers, classified employees, insurance companies, “retirement” system representatives, other state and federal agencies regarding payroll procedures. Work is performed with considerable technical independence. Since the position requires working with matters of collective bargaining, the employee is considered "confidential" under Oregon law. The Payroll Specialist works under the supervision of the Payroll Supervisor.
State and federal laws relating to compensation.
Procedures required to properly maintain and process a payroll and benefit system for several different groups of employees.
Rapid and accurate operation of ten key calculators and computers to calculate, input and retrieve information.
Computerized payroll software applications.
Knowledge of and ability to develop Excel spreadsheets and transfer of data within systems.
Proper business English, grammar, spelling, punctuation, sentence construction, and mathematics.
Rules, regulations, procedures, functions and policies of the district.
Word processing, data processing and spreadsheet applications
Skills and Abilities:
Possess the physical ability to regularly attend work and fulfill the essential functions of the position, with or without reasonable accommodation.
Maintain a payroll and benefit system for several different groups of employees.
Apply state and federal laws relating to the payroll process.
Perform data uploads and downloads between systems.
Perform complicated reconciliations of payroll liability accounts, general ledger accounts and payroll vendor accounts.
Deal with the public and staff in a pleasant and courteous manner in person, over the phone, and in writing.
Learn the laws, rules, and procedures related to the position's responsibilities.
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.
Accurately transfer, record and convey information, materials, and money as required by the position.
Communicate clearly and appropriately in speech and in writing in accordance with educational standards.
Analyze problems and arrive at acceptable, effective solutions.
Work successfully in a team setting.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
A Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Accounting from an accredited four–year college or university and three to five years’ experience in the payroll/accounting field; or 10 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.
CERTIFICATION AND LICENSING:
Certified Payroll Professional from the American Payroll Association preferred.
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Human Resources Specialist
Company: Redmond School District
Location: Redmond, Oregon
Compensation: Depends on experience and readiness for position
Under minimal supervision, the Human Resources Specialist performs technical and confidential human resources work using the district’s iVisions software for Human Resources/Payroll and Accounting. The Human Resources Specialist functions as support to the Human Resources Department. This position will focus primarily on serving classified employee related functions. The HR Specialists handles a variety of confidential personnel records, will have excellent customer service skills and be very detail oriented.
? Associate’s Degree or equivalent related experience
? Positive & current letters of recommendation from recent supervisors
? Proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel
? Proficient communication skills, both verbal and written
? Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Human Resources
? 3.5 Undergraduate GPA
? 2 years’ experience on a school human resources team
? Experience using iVisions software application
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Company: Sunriver Resort
Location: Sunriver Oregon
The HR Generalist assists in managing the day to day operations of the HR department. S/he will play integral role of the recruitment and on-boarding of year-round & seasonal team members at Sunriver Resort.
Manages the Applicant Tracking System
Organizes pre-hire check requirements
Organizes and facilitates New Hire Orientation
Coordinates Seasonal Hiring programs, such as J1 Recruitment and college Intern recruitment
Coordinates seasonal housing program details
Assists with benefit programs such as Work Perks and lodging discounts
Coordinates Employee of the Month programs and assists with other recognition programs
•High School diploma required, advanced degree preferred
•At least two years of human resource experience required
•Prior HR generalist experience preferred
•Familiarity with BOLI, EEOC and FLSA regulations preferred
•Prior recruitment experience preferred
•Prior hospitality experience preferred
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Human Resources Business Partner
Company: City of Bend
Location: 710 NW Wall Street Bend, OR 97703
Compensation: $65,732.58 - $85,358.62 Annually
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.
FUNCTIONS, DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
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, SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:
•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.
•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.
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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