As the industry leading producer of pheromone mating disruption products, Suterra’s work environment is fast-paced and innovative. Suterra is adding an entry-level human resources position to the HR department to help with a diverse set of HR responsibilities that enable our entrepreneurial managers and teams to flourish. At Suterra, HR is designed to support and serve our customers by being solutions-oriented, accountable and responsive to business needs.
This role reports to the head of HR and provides general support and administration for all facets of HR, including recruiting, onboarding, benefits, payroll and more. This person will assist with the daily execution of HR responsibilities and will require someone with a demonstrated track record of working with sensitive material and displaying high levels of confidentiality.
Here’s what you’ll do:
• Assist with the administrative portion of the HR department, including detail-oriented personnel record management, paperwork, filing and maintenance • Coordinate training sessions and assist supervisors and hiring managers with onboarding scheduling and tracking • Perform orientation and field employee inquiries about the benefits package • Manage and facilitate HR surveys and collect results to assess trends in the data • Produce the HR metrics dashboard and manage the HR analytics • Participate in the SPIRIT Committee and contribute to the oversight and planning of Company sponsored events, committees, project teams and special projects as required. • Manage the HR files, both hard copy and digital • Assist employees with providing relevel ant information as it relates to benefit programs such as life, medical and disability insurances, vacation, sick leave, leave of absence, COBRA and employee assistance. • Assist in ad-hoc HR projects
Required Qualifications: • Minimum one-year of work or internship experience either in Human Resources, project management or office administration with a serious interest in developing their HR knowledge. • Demonstrate high levels of confidentiality in dealing with sensitive employee information. • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to provide guidance and assistance to employees. • Strong organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and meet deadlines consistently. • Ability to perform efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced, deadline oriented environment. • Ability to handle matters of confidentiality with utmost tact and diplomacy. • Experience using Microsoft Office Suite
Preferred Qualifications: • Familiarity with state specific labor laws, wage and hour guidelines, COBRA, ERISA, USERRA, ADA, FMLA, PDL/CFRA and related Federal and State regulations. • Experience using an HRIS or ATS system. • Spanish language proficiency a plus.
How To Apply
For more information contact Matt Cabana in the Bend office:
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Provider Leadership Development Consultant
St. Charles Health System
$38.59 - $58.18 (salaried)
Fri Sep 04 2020
Located in Bend, Oregon - St. Charles Health System continues to invest in developing its people. We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Organizational Development Consultant to partner with physician and operational leaders to help build healthcare Provider-specific development programming to help grow our Providers individually, as a team, and as effective and strong ambassadors of St. Charles and the patients we care for and the community we serve.
This position is responsible for driving the organization’s provider leadership, cultural development and effectiveness strategies, ensuring that they align with and support business and people goals and objectives. With a variety of key stakeholders, the Consultant creates and evolves a vision, plan, project coordination and cultural development growth initiatives on an on-going basis for all current and emerging provider leaders. This work will begin with spearheading our AHRQ’s TeamSTEPPS implementation and the creation of the Provider University curriculum. Reporting directly to the Director of People and Organizational Development, this experienced professional will serve as a member of the Human Resources Organizational Development team, partnering closely with Provider Leadership, and will have a broad sphere of influence throughout the organization.
How To Apply
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HR Business Partner
St. Charles Heath System
$38.59 - $58.18
Fri Sep 04 2020
We are seeking an experienced HR professional to join our team. Candidates with healthcare and/or labor relations experience are especially encouraged to apply! At St. Charles, people come first as we continue to support each other, our patients and our community through the COVID 19 pandemic. If your passions align with our ongoing mission to create America's healthiest community together, THIS is the HR career opportunity for you!
This role is responsible for aligning business objectives with caregivers and management in designated business units, service lines and/or support departments. Serves as a consultant to management on human resource-related issues, a caregiver champion and change agent. Assesses and anticipates HR-related needs; communicates needs proactively within HR and business management; seeks to develop integrated solutions. Formulates partnerships across the HR function to deliver value-added service to management and caregivers that reflects the business objectives of the organization, including working closely with HR Generalists. Maintains an effective level of business literacy about the business unit's financial position, midrange plans, culture and competition. This position does not directly manage other caregivers, however may be asked to review and provide feedback on the work of other caregivers.
How To Apply
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Chief Human Resources Officer
Bend La Pine Schools
Fri Aug 28 2020
Completed Applications Must Include: Resume Cover Letter Letters of Recommendation (3)
Projected Initial Interview Date: October 1st & 2nd, 2020 Finalist Interview Date: October 8th, 2020
The Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) will serve as a member of the superintendent’s core leadership team, supervising and leading all aspects of the district’s human resource functions. The CHRO will oversee development and implementation of legally sound and effective human resource management programs, policies, practices, and systems. The CHRO will provide leadership that promotes the hiring and retention of talented, diverse personnel, including staff who increasingly reflect our student and community demographics. The CHRO will be responsible for the strategic planning and implementation of human resource programs to include professional and auxiliary staffing, wage and salary administration, leave administration, performance appraisal, employee relations, benefits and employee communication. The CHRO will interpret, recommend and develop policies and administrative regulations for the district. The CHRO will provide leadership in labor and employee group relations, including contract negotiations and maintenance.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Employment Create and execute plans for human resources services. Identify current and future needs of the district and develop and align policies, regulations, processes, procedures, and systems, including recruitment, selection, on-boarding, staffing, training, evaluation, and retention strategies. Develop highly effective recruitment and retention strategies, with keen attention to shaping a talented teacher and staff workforce that creates a more diverse district culture and reflects student and community demographics. Work cooperatively with principals and staff to define personnel needs regarding instructional and support functions across all departments/schools. Work with principals and other administrators to forecast staffing needs and develop staffing plans in alignment with the budget. Ensure that all teachers and aides are qualified and all employees have the appropriate credentials for assignments. Administer and oversee effective orientation programs for new employees. Administer employment contracts and supervise contract renewals and nonrenewals. Provide equal employment opportunity and work cooperatively with others to ensure compliance with federal and state laws and regulations. Assist supervisory personnel in conducting due-process procedures. In collaboration with district associations, implement employee performance evaluation systems that promote effective performance and ensure that supervisors have proper training to oversee these systems. Assist supervisors and principals with employee support and improvement plans.
Compensation and Benefits
Analyze wage and salary data and recommend effective compensation plans. Develop and implement procedures for salary administration and placement of new hires. Administer leave benefit programs and monitor employee attendance patterns. Develop and implement systems and procedures for the preparation and updating of job descriptions and for the proper classification of positions in the district compensation plan. Develop and administer the district’s compensation program, including salary surveys, service records, and alternative pay programs, such as stipends. Oversee compliance with federal wage and overtime laws and ensure proper timekeeping for nonexempt personnel. Work collaboratively with business office to calculate cost estimates for compensation and benefit recommendations. Manage the district’s health insurance, optional employee benefits, and unemployment compensation benefit programs. Maintain a strong working relationship with insurance vendors and third party administrators. Provide employees with information about benefits and advocate on their behalf. Review and recommend changes in benefit programs. Oversee the management of workers compensation claims and administration, including claims reviews and participate in litigation and cost containment strategies.
Promote collegiality, teamwork, and collaborative decision making among staff. Provide leadership in contract negotiations and maintenance. Provide for effective communication with staff, district employees, media, community, and the board. Proactively identify and respond to issues of interest to employees. Implement procedures to ensure that employees are informed of personnel policies, procedures, and programs that affect them. Implement and oversee effective district-wide employee recognition programs. Coordinate communication and mediation processes for employee complaints, grievances, and concerns. Conduct and coordinate employee investigations.
Ensure that programs are cost effective and that funds are managed prudently. Ensure that district staffing is aligned to the district budget. Develop and monitor the annual budget for the department. Work cooperatively with the business office to provide cost analyses of salary, wage and benefit adjustments for the budgeting process. Supervise personnel records management and oversee compliance with the state records management program. Develop and maintain systems for retrieval of information in support of all programs.Compile, maintain, file, and secure all physical and electronic reports, records, and other required documents.
Human Resources Department
Hire, organize, and direct the work activities of department staff. Evaluate job performance of department staff to ensure effectiveness. Provide training and development for department staff. Establish department goals and objectives and ensure that department operations contribute to the attainment of district goals and objectives. Develop, administer and monitor the annual budget for the department.
Attend board meetings regularly and make presentations to the board. Implement the policies established by federal and state laws, State Board of Education rules, and local board policies in the area assigned. Oversee the completion of ODE state reports pertaining to staffing and assignments. Participate in professional development activities to maintain current knowledge of human resource rules, regulations, and practicesand adjust plans, policies and procedures accordingly. Demonstrate behavior that is professional, ethical and responsible and serves as a role model for all district staff. Performs other duties as assigned.
The employee performs under extreme heavy workloads and inflexible deadlines. Requests and issues are often received which require immediate attention, setting up conflicting priorities. Sound judgment is required in stressful situations. The employee needs to be able to lift materials, boxes or equipment weighing up to 30 pounds and/or maneuver up to 50 pounds. This position generally works in an office environment with occasional travel to schools and other locations for meetings.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge: Deep understanding of human resource laws, rules, regulations, systems and processes Demonstrated expertise in recruitment and retention systems and supports, especially in hiring and retaining diverse candidates for leadership, certified, and classified positions Well developed equity lens to use in promoting continuous district improvement Deep understanding of staff evaluation systems and processes Demonstrated expertise in negotiating and managing collective bargaining agreements Skills & Abilities: Effective collaboration with employees at all levels Systems thinking Ability to interpret laws, rules, and policies related to education, district AR’s and labor laws Adaptive leadership skills, including flexible thinking and innovation High level of commitment to the completion of all tasks, including making detailed and accurate records Strong oral and written communication skills Ability to maintain effective working relationships with staff, students, and community Strengths in analyzing and coordinating a variety of complex tasks High level of conflict resolution skills Skills in de-escalation and clear communication in confrontational and emotional situations Ability to maintain strict confidentiality EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Required: Minimum of five (5) years leadership experience in human resources Demonstrated track record of success in the following areas: Leading organizational scale human resources systems and processes Labor and employee group relations Recruitment and retention of diverse workforce Preferences: Fluency in Spanish language Current state-required administrative license, or the ability to acquire such license SHRM-CP or PHR certifications Successful school level leadership experience Large district leadership experience The statements herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the principle functions of the job, the level of knowledge and skills typically required and the scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work and physical requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned, including work in other functional areas to cover absences or relief, to equalize peak work or otherwise to balance the workload.