Current Listings

Sr. Human Resources Consultant

Jackson County, Oregon

Medford, Oregon

Compensation:

Please visit the website for more information

Date Posted:

Thu Jun 17 2021

Job Summary

How To Apply

An outline of the position responsibilities, requirements, and benefits are available by viewing the position profile and applying on the Jackson County website-

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/jacksoncountyor/jobs/3122838/7737-human-resources-consultant-human-resources

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/jacksoncountyor/jobs/3122892/7738-senior-human-resources-consultant-human-resources

Human Resources Manager

Jobtarget

Portland, Oregon 97205, United States

Compensation:

Yearly Salary

Date Posted:

Tue Jun 15 2021

Job Summary

How To Apply

Apply Online:

Human Resources Business Partner

City of Bend

710 NW Wall Street Bend, OR 97701

Compensation:

$74,734.40 - $97,032.00 Annually

Date Posted:

Thu Jun 10 2021

Job Summary

The City of Bend Human Resources Department is actively recruiting for one (1) full-time Human Resources Business Partner. This opportunity is a Non Represented, FLSA exempt position.

For more information check out the Human Resources Business Partner Brochure: https://www.bendoregon.gov/home/showdocument?id=50064&t=637589339192231808

The Role
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 700 FTE's, a 2021-2023 biennial budget of $927.7 million (pending council approval), 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 Chief People Officer, you will work directly with a staff of two Program Specialists, three Associate HR Business Partners and 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, Transportation 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.

Serving City employees who, in turn, serve our community is important work. The public has high expectations of us and we have high expectations of a Human Resources professional joining our team.

This position is responsible for performing professional work in employee relations, labor relations, recruitment/selection/staffing and workforce planning, classification, compensation, employee benefits, training, organizational development, human resources policies and procedures, HRIS and technology applications, program administration, or other HR services for the City. This position will work with multiple program areas, and exercise a high level of independence combined with professional judgment. Employees at this level are expected to perform recurring or new work with frequent variation that is of a high level of complexity.

Incumbent will provide lead guidance to Human Resources program staff engaged in human resources functional activities and may act as Department supervisor in the absence of the Chief People Officer.

How To Apply


To Apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/bend/jobs/3111911-0/human-resources-business-partner

To be considered for this position, applicants must have a complete application that includes all of the following items:
• The online application via NeoGov (access also available on City of Bend website under Human Resources/Job Openings)
• Attached formal Cover Letter (required)
• Attached formal Resume (required)
• Attached valid Credentials, Certifications and Licensing (if applicable)
Applicants must provide certification that they are a veteran or disabled veteran to receive veteran’s preference. For more information click here.

Applications received by Thursday July 1, 2021 at 12:00 pm (noon) PDT will receive preference for initial review, but position shall be Open Until Filled.

HR Director

Central Oregon Truck Company

Redmond, OR

Compensation:

$15/hr

Date Posted:

Fri May 28 2021

Job Summary

Central Oregon Truck Company, a nationwide leader in the flatbed trucking and logistics industry, is looking for a Human Resources Assistant to join our team. This is a fast-paced position offering great potential for a committed individual with a competitive drive and passion to succeed.

This position is primarily responsible for the onboarding and compliance of our driving team and assisting the HR department with incoming calls and travel. The HR Assistant plays an important role for the HR Department and acts as a bridge between HR, Driver Safety and Claims.

Qualifications:
- 1 year of Human Resources experience a plus
- 3 years recent work experience in an office environment
- Excellent computer and communications skills

Hours and Pay:
- This is a full-time entry-level position
- Available shift: Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 4:00 pm

How To Apply

Email Jessica Arnold at jearnold@cotruck.net

Benefit Plan Administrator

Specialized Recruiting Group

Tualatin, Oregon

Compensation:

Competitive comp & benefits package!

Date Posted:

Mon May 24 2021

Job Summary

A leading HR team is seeking an experience Plan Administrator to join them!

What You Get to Do!
The Benefit Plan Administrator is responsible for process administration of PEO health plans, flexible spending plans, 401(k) plan, and the HRA Plan. This position supports the planning, development, implementation, and management of administrative processes and service deliverables consistent with regulatory requirements and best practices. This position also administers and ensures compliance in the areas of ACA, ERISA and other technical benefit subjects.
• Coordinate with 401k, S125 and HRA providers and third-party administrators to oversee testing and annual administration for multiple employer plans, including preparation, testing and communication to clients.
• Partner with vendors and agencies for compliance and annual reporting for all administered plans.
• Ensure compliance with applicable government regulations with timely and accurate required filings such as 5500 reporting.
• Calculate and support annual PCORI filing for our TPA self-funded clients.
• Process annual ACA filings, ACA audits and assessments, CMS filings, and annual notices.
• Process management of monthly client benefit premiums to ensure accurate billing and payment of invoices.
• Oversee monthly reconciliation of all benefits administration clients to ensure timely and accurate benefit team enrollment functions.
• Track and monitor plan administration and client service activities through CRM system and help ensure appropriate assignment of work and efficient use of resources. Provide recommendations for needed resources to Vice President.
• Support Benefits service team with processes such as plan renewals and open enrollment.

What You Will Need:
• Minimum 4 years of benefit plan administration experience. Knowledge of all pertinent federal and state regulations, filing and compliance requirements, both adopted and pending, affecting employee benefits programs, including ACA, ERISA, Section 125, 401k, and DOL.
• CEBS designation preferred.
• Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community. Ability to draft professional business correspondence that conforms to prescribed style and format. Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups, and/or boards of directors.
• Considerable knowledge of financial mathematics and forecasting techniques. Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions to situations. Ability to interpret statistical tables and formulas and to perform mathematical calculations. Ability to comprehend and apply principles of advanced mathematics.
• Job requires specialized computer skills to include specialized payroll systems and additional benefits management software. Must be adept at using various applications including database, spreadsheet, report writing, project management, graphics, word processing, presentation creation/editing, communicate by e-mail and use scheduling software.
• Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
• A passion for the work you do and the people you do it with!

How To Apply

To Apply: For confidential consideration, please submit resume to karen.turner@expresspros.com

HR Generalist/Recruiter

Specialized Recruiting Group

Prineville, Oregon

Compensation:

Competitive comp & benefits package!

Date Posted:

Mon May 24 2021

Job Summary

This is a combined HR Generalist/Recruiter position. The candidate will be working closely with the leadership to execute full-cycle hourly recruiting for our Prineville, OR location. The ideal candidate is someone great at networking and building relationships in the community in order to identify and select and retain the best talent for our team.

What You Get to Do!
This position involves performing functions to efficiently attract, recruit, select and onboard hourly positions and requires a strong understanding of the recruitment and selection process. There will be HR Generalist duties as well. This position requires a high degree of organization, attention to detail and ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of individuals.
• Develop and implement workforce strategies, to identify, recruit, and develop qualified candidates.
• Oversee hiring process, which includes coordinating job posts, reviewing resumes, and performing reference checks.
• Source resumes for both active & passive candidates from recruiting job boards and candidate pools via Indeed, LinkedIn and other sources.
• Send appropriate communication to candidates for each step of the selection process.
• Conduct new hire orientation and benefits orientation to build a strong foundation for new employees and increase employee engagement.
• Administer human resources policies and procedures across the enterprise.
• Collect and maintain HR data related to compensation, benefits, training, and recruitment.
• Work with employees to answer benefits questions and assist in processing life events and open enrollment elections.
• Additional HR Generalist responsibilities may be assigned as required.

What You Will Need:
• A minimum of 5 years of combined recruiting and HR related experience.
• HR Certification or Bachelor’s degree a plus.
• Demonstrable success as a recruiter.
• Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills.
• Demonstrated ability to work professionally as a team member and with all levels of people.
• Outgoing, friendly, and great at building and maintaining relationships.
• Action oriented, enjoys working hard and full of energy and not afraid to take on new challenges.
• Takes initiative and has a hunter mentality.
• Ability to think out of the box and be creative!

How To Apply

To Apply:
For confidential consideration, please submit resume to karen.turner@expresspros.com

Leadership Development Manager

Express Specialized Recruiting Group

Bend, Oregon

Compensation:

Excellent comp & benefits package!

Date Posted:

Mon May 24 2021

Job Summary

One of Central Oregon’s leading employers is seeking an experience Leadership Development Manager to join their team!

Where You Get to Live!
Bend, Oregon is 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 enthusiast’s paradise. Check out the sights and sounds of Bend at: https://vimeo.com/200038114

What You Get to Do!
Responsible for overseeing and implementing a comprehensive strategy to ensure we build effective leaders and support our promote-from-within programs. Establishes relationships with leaders and provides support as they develop their employees and build succession pipelines. Oversees the work of the Leadership Development team and provides coaching and development to employees.
• Develop, direct and oversee all aspects of the leadership development strategy and function including leadership competencies; build and oversee development programs, including management training, high potentials, and leadership training; ensures leadership strategy is in alignment with key employee development activities, such as Performance Management and Succession Planning; partner with other Training teams to ensure content is consistent across audiences and leadership development is included in audience training plans; understand current and future employee leadership competencies; analyze gaps to ensure program alignment, and develop new programs which will support Company strategy, operational goals, and fill the leadership pipeline. Manage regular updates to content to meet evolving business processes and leadership needs. Oversee the administration of specific training, workshops and certifications which are part of the leadership development programs. Facilitate leadership training.
• Supervise employees assigned to leadership development team; build and develop team members and their skills; assign work and monitor to ensure the team produces timely, high quality work; monitor team member progress on deliverables; set priorities; resolve issues; review, revise and approve team deliverables; ensure department standards and processes are followed.
• Provide support, as requested, from EVPs to support Leadership development activities in their department; manage outside vendors retained to deliver various program elements.
• Define, track and analyze relevant, business-focused training metrics and develop practical tracking and reporting methods to monitor and improve performance.

What You Will Need:
• Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree preferred
• A minimum of 5 years leadership program design/development experience
• A minimum of 3+ years team management
• Consulting experience preferred
• Extensive experience managing multiple, overlapping deliverable schedules in a changing environment
• Extensive experience in leadership program design, development and delivery
• Proven track record of implementing measurably effective programs
• Effective facilitator and ability to effectively lead a team
• Experience with Cornerstone preferred
• Previous experience in an environment with very high expectations for deliverable quality and timeliness
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills with employees at all levels
• Ability to develop creative solutions and drive organizational change
• Proven ability to motivate and coach employees to do their best work
• A passion for the work you do and the people you do it with!

How To Apply

To Apply: For confidential consideration, please submit resume to karen.turner@expresspros.com

Learning Specialist

Express Specialized Recruiting Group

Remote Work Available!

Compensation:

Competitive comp!

Date Posted:

Mon May 24 2021

Job Summary

LOCATION: This is a fully remote position.
DURATION: 30-40 hours per week through December 31, 2021 with potential to extend

ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY
As the Learning Specialist you will be responsible for instructional design, oversight of development, and delivery of assigned training programs, learning curriculum, and specific training courses in accordance with department standards and quality expectations. You will have an opportunity to establish relationships with subject matter experts (SMEs), Training Development Specialists, Training Delivery Specialists and store or Headquarters/ Prineville management team to facilitate the training design and development process. The Learning Specialist works with the Learning Management System (LMS) team to ensure training plans are accurate and assigned to the right audience and also evaluates training effectiveness to make recommendations for program and curriculum improvement.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES/FUNCTIONS
• Instructional oversight for programs, curriculum and courses for our management and staff. Program’s may include:
o Store Meetings, classroom training, webinars, compliance, sales, certifications, online training, on-the-job training, videos, and skill checklists.
o Creating and reviewing deliverables for quality and effectiveness to improve the learning outcomes in accordance with adult learning best practices.
o Utilizing the appropriate instructional design methodology to provide learning opportunities with high impact.
o Managing and prioritizing schedule and competing priorities to ensure maximum productivity and meet deadlines in a timely manner.
o Building effective, quality, productive partnerships with SMEs to help meet learner needs and better facilitate the training design and development process.
o Researching training sources for appropriate off-the-shelf content.
• Partner with LMS team to ensure training plans are accurate and assigned to the right audience. Create training evaluations and ensure implemented correctly in LMS.
• Provides project management and guidance to ensure milestones are monitored and met.
• Track and analyze training metrics for assigned curriculums; track and assess training effectiveness and problem areas and make improvement recommendations. Work with SMEs to understand future training needs; make recommendations for program and curriculum improvement.
• Create drafts of communication plans and specific deliverables to support the rollout of assigned training programs.

MINIMUM EDUCATION & SKILLS REQUIRED
Educational/Experience Requirements
• Bachelor’s degree preferred;
• Minimum 3-5 years instructional design/training development experience required; and
• 1-3 years project management.
Required Technical Skills/Knowledge
• Extensive experience designing effective instruction for adult learners;
• Proven track record of creating measurably effective training programs; classroom facilitation; video script writing and production oversight;
• Project management skills with the ability to multi-task and effectively manage competing deadlines and demands;
• Prefer experience with Cornerstone LMS, Captivate 8, Adobe creative suite, Google Suite and Smartsheets; Microsoft PowerPoint.
General Knowledge and Abilities
• Previous experience in an environment with very high expectations for delivering quality and timeliness;
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills;
• Ability to develop creative solutions and drive organizational change;
• Proven ability to work effectively within a high performing team,
• Capacity for flexibility and responsiveness to changing demands; problem solving.

How To Apply

TO APPLY: For confidential consideration, please submit resume to karen.turner@expresspros.com

HR & Payroll Coordinator

Humm Kombucha LLC

Bend

Compensation:

$18-21/hour

Date Posted:

Wed May 12 2021

Job Summary

As one of the nation’s fastest growing kombucha companies, Humm Kombucha is on a quest to put the goodness of Humm in the hands of as many people as possible.

We are hiring a part-time HR & Payroll Coordinator who will provide rock-star support to the HR function through performing confidential and day-to-day administrative duties such as processing payroll, being the report guru, finding great humans to join the Humm team, and keeping things neat and tidy! Work is performed under the general supervision of the HR Director.

What You’ll Be Doing:

In this role, you’ll help grow HR capabilities through accurately processing bi-weekly payroll including the correct tracking of time off, overseeing talent acquisition and onboarding, and owning the day-to-day administrative tasks such as personnel recordkeeping, generating reports, and reception duties.

What’s Required for Consideration:

- High School diploma required
- Two to four years HR experience, strongly preferred
- One year payroll experience, preferred
- Prior office experience required with strong computer and Microsoft knowledge
- Must be eligible to work in the Unites States.
- Must have strong verbal, written, analytical, presentation and interpersonal skills
- Must be highly professional and approachable in demeanor
- Must maintain a positive/professional attitude with a high degree of patience
- Ability to work with high level of autonomy
- Ability to organize and prioritize work and meet deadlines
- Ability to maintain strong levels of business, especially in highly confidential and sensitive interactions
- Must be detail orientated with a high level of accuracy
- Must have the ability to resolve problems/conflicts in a diplomatic and tactful manner
- Must have a passion for being Part of the Win and creating a great experience for all Humm-sters
- Excitement about Humm Kombucha and Being a Part of the Win!

Working for Humm Kombucha:
At Humm, every position and person is equally valued. We’re all in this together, and there is an overwhelming sentiment that every Humm-ster feels in which they know that their job is as important as any other job in the company. Everyone shares in each success, and everyone learns from every failure. Many new positions are filled from within the company, fostering a sense of continuity and opportunity. The engine that drives Humm is the Humm-sters, a diverse and dedicated group of professionals who handle every aspect of the company, from brewing and bottling to sales and finance. From its inception, Humm has cultivated a culture of appreciation, respect, love and joy. Humm-sters embody and nurture these qualities as they not only define the culture, but nourish it on a daily basis just as they nourish what our customers love inside our bottle. Being a Humm-ster means being a part of something wonderful, and something that couldn’t exist without each and every person on our team.

How To Apply

How to Apply:

Please visit https://hummkombucha.com/careers/ and submit your resume with a cover letter to the hiring team. In your cover letter, please describe why you’re interested in working with Humm Kombucha in particular. In this letter please also address how you meet our listed qualifications. Standard introductions are highly discouraged!

Humm is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, creed, age, national origin, disability, gender identity and/or expression, marital status, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Payroll Specialist

Deschutes Public Library

Bend, OR

Compensation:

$3,892.24 - $5,387.77 per month

Date Posted:

Fri Apr 30 2021

Job Summary

Are you enthusiastic about serving your community and providing excellent customer service? Would you like to have fun, learn, and be part of a great team? Then the Library is looking for you! The Deschutes Public Library is recruiting for a Payroll Specialist. The Payroll Specialist processes monthly payroll consistent with federal and state wage and hour rules, and established internal procedures. This position ensures efficient, timely, and accurate processing, reconciliation, and records for payroll, and assists in the configuration and operation of the HRIS system by creating and overseeing payroll process improvements.





Schedule:* 40 hours per week—Monday through Friday with some evenings and weekends as necessary.

Mandatory staff meetings once per month
*Schedule and work location may change based on the needs of the Library

Monthly salary range: $3,892.24 - $5,387.77



PURPOSE OF POSITION

This position processes the Deschutes Public Library (Library) monthly payroll consistent with federal and state wage and hour rules, and established internal procedures. This position ensures efficient, timely, and accurate processing, reconciliation, results and records for payroll.



ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Communication: Provides information and assistance across all communications channels to staff, managers and supervisors, vendors, union representatives, and State and Federal agencies regarding a variety of matters requiring detailed knowledge of employment rules, procedures, policies, precedents and HR/Payroll activities.

Customer Service: Provides exemplary customer service in all customer and staff interactions by being attentive, empathetic, responsive, fair, courteous and respectful. Researches, responds, analyzes, and resolves various employee, department, and management inquiries related to payroll processing.

Collaboration: Assists in the configuration and operation of the HRIS system by creating and implementing payroll process improvements, overseeing key payroll system improvements, coordinating the development and maintenance of the automated payroll/general ledger interface, monitoring related policies and procedures, providing training to department team members, working with the HRIS vendor on payroll enhancements, and performing testing to protect the accuracy and integrity of payroll information.

Payroll:

Processes monthly payroll, payroll liability warrants, and accompanying reports for ACH processing in accordance with required deadlines.

Prepares and enters monthly payroll journal entries for management approval.

Coordinates monthly payroll maintenance activities, including reviewing and auditing benefit status changes, and deduction updates. Reconciles monthly benefit invoices.

Processes, audits, and maintains employee timesheets; verifies and maintains leave and time off accrual balances.

Generates and audits payroll register; researches and resolves discrepancies and errors; ensures system calculations are accurate and takes appropriate corrective action when needed.

Calculates and processes initial and final paychecks and related itemized calculations for newly hired and separating employees.

Completes quarterly payroll reconciliation reports. Processes both annual and fiscal year-end payroll reporting activities.

Creates and documents payroll deductions for garnishments, tax levies, and child support enforcement orders.

Produces, submits, and reconciles monthly payroll reports to PERS and verifies data posts accurately in PERS system.

Processes monthly PERS statement warrants and maintains detailed PERS reports for annual financial audit.

Analyzes and reviews employee pay data in compliance with state pay equity requirements; coordinates compensation information with HR Manager to ensure compliance.

Creates and maintains salary projection data for annual budget process.

Creates monthly, quarterly, and on-demand HR and payroll reports for Library Director and other managers as required.

Creates and maintains documentation and checklists to support department workflow and related best practices.


SECONDARY JOB FUNCTIONS

Participates in library projects following established project management guidelines.

Aligns work with District priorities and/or Board decisions.

Participates in continuing education efforts and professional development.

Participates actively in weekly and/or monthly meetings and assigned projects.

Provides assistance to colleagues by mentoring and assisting as needed.

Participates in long-range plans, develops goals and objectives, and implements project plans.

Performs other duties and tasks as assigned.



Qualifications



EDUCATIONAL AND KNOWLEDGE/SKILL REQUIREMENTS

The position requires four years of college coursework with an accounting or business focus or similar. Requires emergent overall skill level consisting of at least four years of full-time, on-the-job experience processing payroll. Equivalent combination of education and experience, which provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the duties as, described.

This position requires the following skills and abilities to be successful:

Strong analytical, computational, research and problem-solving skills.

Knowledge of payroll processes and procedures, including state and federal wage and hours laws, and other regulatory requirements.

Excellent data processing and reporting skills.

Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and on tight deadlines.

Ability to establish and maintain effective and collaborative working relationships with colleagues, customers, volunteers, and partners using sound conflict resolution methods, negotiation, and problem-solving skills.

Practice and use sound conflict resolution methods, negotiation and problem-solving skills.

Ability to encourage and support diversity, inclusiveness and equity.

Knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).

Strong computer and software program skills; including HRIS, payroll and accounting programs; must be flexible and adaptable to using new software programs.

Intermediate knowledge of PC applications for library operations including word processing, spreadsheets, email, Internet, presentation software, and data management.


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/LICENSES
Current driver’s license and vehicle insurance, valid in the State of Oregon, are required.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS OF POSITION
While performing the duties of this position, the employee is continuously required to communicate by talking and listening, use of fingers and hands, repetitive motion and sitting. Frequently required to stand, walk, reach, and feel. Occasionally bend, stoop, grasp and rarely to feel, kneel or crawl. The position requires mobility, including the ability to move materials weighing up to 15 pounds on a regular basis such as files, books, office equipment, etc.; may infrequently require moving materials weighing up to 35 pounds.

Manual dexterity and coordination are required over 75% of the work period while operating equipment such as computer keyboard, calculator, and standard office equipment. High volume environment with high accuracy requirements for numeric and alpha processing.

WORKING CONDITIONS
This level has a work environment that is well protected, with virtually no hazards or obstacles. There is very little element of personal risk or hazard. Job conditions are stable, usually well managed, and very comfortable. Conditions may consist of the following:

Reading for comprehension and direction (policies & procedures).

Work effectively with minimal supervision and through self-directed learning.

Handling multiple tasks effectively and efficiently in high volume environment that may require repetitive tasks with high accuracy requirements for numeric and alpha processing.

Speaking to share/respond, to maintain relationships and to convey instructions and/or direction.

Considerable cognitive process to make effective decisions for successful interpersonal interactions, conduct crucial conversations and conduct non-routine work.

Various equipment includes computers with a keyboard and mouse, telephone, and other electronic devices to share documents, information and discussion.

Evolving deadlines and changing priorities with multiple demands on time.

Encounters frequent new and varied work situations of moderate complexity.

Travel to other district locations and/or to workshops/professional meetings/conferences as needed or assigned for library or staff meetings/assessments.

Interruptions will occur frequently and may include challenging situations or conversations.

Close and distant vision with ability to adjust focus for accurate reading of low, middle, and high work areas.


INTERPERSONAL CONTACTS
Regular responsibility for contacts with employees, the public or other agencies in individual and group meetings. Public contact is limited in scope, or occasional responsibility for routine and non-routine contact with non-employees. Unpredictable situations are expected. Adverse consequences could be significant. Interactions may often include difficult or disagreeable people, or challenging situations.

Contacts made are with public and staff members; contacts frequently contain confidential/sensitive information necessitating discretion at all times.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
Supervision is not normally a responsibility of positions in this classification; may train or orient new employees and has some responsibility to mentor others in order to develop their skills and abilities. This position maintains their own work with review and direction. The position is not a supervisory role but assumes responsibility for cash (e.g. bank deposits, etc.) and compliance with accounts payable and payroll. Decisions made are within broad interpretation of applicable guidelines and Library policies and rules.




This description covers the most significant essential and auxiliary duties performed by the position for illustration purposes, but does not include other occasional work, which may be similar, related to, or a logical assignment for the position. This job description does NOT constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee, and is subject to change by the employer as the organizational needs and requirements of the job change.

How To Apply

Position Closes Friday, May 14, 2021, at 10 pm Pacific Time.

Please apply online at https://deschuteslibrary.org/about/employment/

Director of Human Resources

Webfoot Paintin

Bend, OR

Compensation:

$85-95k plus 20% bonuses

Date Posted:

Thu Apr 29 2021

Job Summary

Webfoot Painting and Webfoot Concrete Coatings are continuing to execute on rapid growth plans and we’re looking to hire a Director of Human Resources to jump on board and take our Webfoot team in Bend, Portland, and Boise to the next level! Are you a passionate, hardworking, results-driven HR professional who has experience leading a Human Resources Department? Do you want to work for a company that has grown 35% year over year for the last 12 years? Do you want to be on our executive management team to help drive Webfoot forward? Do you want to contribute to our amazing Webfoot workplace culture?

Webfoot Painting Co. is a national leader in the coatings, painting, and home improvement industry with multiple locations in the Pacific Northwest. In business for over 18 years, our tagline “Seriously Great” can be felt with every interaction. The values that drive our business are Community, Teamwork, Being the Best, and Not Taking Ourselves Too Seriously... seriously. Webfoot has been the recipient of numerous awards, including the Bend Chamber of Commerce 2012 Small Business of the Year, 2015 Large Business of the Year, Central Oregon’s Builders Assoc. Sub-Contractor of the Year, and has raised and donated over $500,000 to local charities and the community. Many companies tout values, we live by ours and you’ll know it every day at Webfoot.

In this role, you will drive the Human Resources department forward and manage its deliverables. Our HR team includes a Training Coordinator/Systems Administrator and an HR Specialist, and you will be tasked with bringing on an HR Generalist. You will manage HR administration, benefits, compliance, employee relations, worker’s compensation, payroll oversite, full-cycle recruiting, onboarding, HRIS, performance management, training and development, and all things related to HR. As Webfoot grows, we need a leader with an eye for processes and systems that are both stage appropriate and can scale as we grow.

Let’s talk if you are:
Results-driven
Energetic
Experienced leading an HR Team
Organized
Team Player
Growth Oriented
Respected for your strong people skills

Serious Pay and Benefits:
Compensation will be a base salary of $85-95K per year plus 20% additional compensation in bonuses.

Serious Benefits
Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance
Generous Paid Time-Off
Sick/Holiday Pay
Company Matched IRA
Winning, goal-oriented, values-based culture!

Minimum Requirements:
8+ years of progressive HR experience, with at least 3+ years leading an HR team.
SHRM-CP, PHR, or equivalent certification preferred.
Bachelor’s degree in HR, business, or organizational development preferred.
Experience with HRIS and payroll systems.
Excellent communication skills and ability to influence with authenticity.
Strong interpersonal skills and collaborative work style and ability to build trust at all levels.
Proven track record of developing, coaching, and advising managers and employees.
Highly collaborative with a track record of building a strong relationship across all levels.
Strategic mindset and ability to manage complexity with ease.

If you want to be part of something bigger than just a job, work in a place where you will be appreciated by your team and clients, and where your work has a direct effect on the success of the company, let's talk about how we can be great together! Apply today!

How To Apply