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SENIOR MANAGER OF HUMAN RESOURCES Seasoned human resources professionals have you been looking for a chance to work in an organization where you report to the top executive? Well look no further! Central Oregon Collective (COC) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that supports adults who have intellectual and/or developmental disabilities in small group homes and the community. COC is looking for the right individual to manage their human resources function. The Senior Manager of Human Resources operates a one-person department supporting approximately 65 employees. This is a full-time, exempt role requiring 40+ hours per week. Key activities of the Senior Manager of Human Resources are (not an inclusive list): • Full life-cycle recruiting and staffing in a high turnover environment, use of applicant tracking software • Employment law and regulatory matters • Employee relations including coaching, counseling, and guidance of leadership and/or other incumbents, investigations • Workers’ compensation case management and safety committee membership; annual electronic OSHA filing • Performance management • Management of leaves of absence including FMLA, OFLA, and other • Records management and compliance ensuring confidentiality of information (electronic and paper) • Benefits management including vendor management and recommendations to Executive Leadership with regard to plan options, cost-sharing, etc. • Policy oversight including recommendation for and development of new policies, interpretation of existing policies • Process unemployment claims and related paperwork timely • Management of change and organizational development What we need you from you … • Authorization to work for any employer in the US, sponsorship for this position is not available • Minimum age 18 years • A 4-year college degree in Human Resources, Business, Psychology, or closely related field • Total of 5 or more years progressively responsible human resources work, with 3 years in a leadership role • Track record of success in working with colleagues at all levels in the organization • Public relations skills – good presence with families, general public, and people with disabilities • Sense of urgency in your work • Ability to prioritize competing demands in a fast-paced work environment • Excellent communication skills – verbally and written • High initiative and self-direction • Valid State of Oregon driver’s license (or ability to obtain within 60 days of employment) • Submission to comprehensive criminal background and motor vehicle records checks with successful results • Submission to urine drug screen analysis and tuberculosis screening with successful results Preferred … not required • Professional HR designation: PHR, SPHR, CP, or SCP • Previous experience working in a not-for-profit organization • Knowledge and understanding in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities a plus! Central Oregon Collective is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
How to apply:
apply: www.inthecollective.com/careers or email@example.com