Aerotek is seeking an HR Generalist for a rapidly growing manufacturing company in Redmond, OR. This is a full-time position with great medical, dental, vision and life insurance benefits as well as 401(k) with company match, PTO, paid holidays and gym membership reimbursement. This is a great opportunity to work on a dynamic team with a work hard, play hard culture!
Job duties include:
• Onboarding & Off-boarding employees • Enrolling employees in benefits • 401(k) reporting and inquiries • Scanning files for compliance and electronic record keeping • Payroll administration
Minimum qualifications include:
• 2-3 years of HR experience • Previous experience working for a manufacturing company or industry with over 100 hourly employees strongly preferred • Strong communication and problem solving skills • Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office Suite) • Accounting experience preferred
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Fri Mar 20 2020
Call, e-mail or text Tiff Bilodeau at 503.803.3341 |
ABOUT AEROTEK | Our People Are Everything. For more than 30 years, Aerotek® Inc. has distinguished itself as a leader in recruiting and staffing services by having a deep understanding of the intersection of talent and business. As a strategic partner to more than 18,000 clients and 300,000 contract employees every year, Aerotek’s people-focused approach yields competitive advantage for its clients and rewarding careers for its employees. Headquartered in Hanover, MD, Aerotek operates a network of over 250 non-franchised offices with more than 8,000 internal employees dedicated to serving our customers. To learn more, visit: Aerotek.com | 1-888-AEROTEK | An Allegis Group Company
Aerotek is an equal opportunity employer and will consider all applications without regards to race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or any characteristic protected by law.
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$50,000 - $55,000/year + Benefits
Central Oregon Pediatric Associates (COPA) of Bend, Oregon, Central Oregon’s largest independent pediatric practice, is hiring a full-time AP/PR Clerk - Accounts Payable & Payroll Clerk.
At COPA, the Accounts Payable & Payroll Clerk supports both the Finance Manager and the Human Resources Manager and is responsible for administrative duties in both departments. This role provides customer service to outside vendors as well as all internal team members.
COPA is a 5 Star|Tier 5 Patient-Centered Primary Care Home, which is the highest available designation and awarded only to those clinics who integrate advanced transformative processes into their workflow and utilize proven best medical practices. COPA is looking for a candidate that contributes to the team with a passion for both the individual health of patients and a passion for population health throughout the region. The right candidate will thrive in a private practice where staff and providers have tremendous opportunity to positively impact the life of a child, with flexibility in a supportive environment of comprehensive resources. Likewise, COPA expects staff and providers to have a deep commitment to the practice, their team members and ultimately their patient. Candidates will demonstrate a work ethic that exhibits a commitment to patient compliance and outcomes.
The role of the AP/PR Clerk will include but is not limited to the following duties:
Maintains an in-depth knowledge of principles, practices, standards and techniques and demonstrates knowledge in accordance with COPA policies and procedures within pertinent laws and regulations in the following areas:
· Performs the processing and recording of accounts payable transactions and ensure that all invoices and expense reimbursement requests are paid accurately and in accordance with COPA policies
· Reviews expense coding to ensure accuracy
· Processes check runs
· Manages employee expense reimbursements and credit card reconciliations
· Assists with monthly closing activities
· Manages vendor relations and prepares 1099 forms for vendors
· Prepares account analysis as requested
· Supports staff with ADP Workforce Now payroll system self-service functions including employee tax withholding, direct deposit information and changes in employee personal data
· Maintains all payroll filing systems including active and terminated employee files as well as payroll vendor files
· Assists in the preparation and processing of bi-weekly payroll for all employees
· Produces and write reports from ADP
· Assists in researching, analyzing and resolving payroll related issues or questions from employees
· Processes off-cycle check requests including PTO cash outs and final paychecks
· Prepares requests for payroll liability checks
· Handles sensitive information in a confidential manner
The right candidate has a history of positive interactions in team environments and friendly demeanor to patient and families of all backgrounds. COPA support teams and providers are a close-knit group that collaborates to ensure all children are well served. We foster a collaborative environment focused on exceeding our patient and families’ expectations and offer our team members a competitive total pay and benefits package.
Qualifications - Minimum of 3 years of accounts payable and payroll experience required. Knowledge of ADP, Concur, SinglePoint and Quickbooks preferred. High School diploma or GED required.
About COPA - Central Oregon Pediatric Associates (COPA) has provided excellent, comprehensive and compassionate medical care to children in Central Oregon for over 40 years. Our mission is to serve all children with top quality medical care and outstanding service in a friendly and welcoming environment, regardless of their background or family status. COPA is a thriving, independent partnership whose healthcare quality measures exceed all medical care facilities in the region. COPA’s Pediatric Center of Excellence provides embedded behavioral health specialists, care coordination teams, 24/7 Telephone Nurse Advice, newborn patient advocate, and newborn lactation consulting support. COPA hosts over a dozen visiting pediatric specialists from children’s hospitals in Portland, Oregon who see patients in Bend at the COPA clinic. We are recognized for working closely with regional specialists to ensure patients have access to the best medical care available in a coordinated approach.
COPA - Central Oregon Pediatric Associates
Thu Mar 12 2020
If this opportunity resonates with you and you can demonstrate a history of high quality, service-oriented performance, we welcome your application! Please submit a cover letter explaining your desire to work in Pediatrics, your current resume and apply online at www.copakids.com.
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Accounts Payable and Payroll Clerk
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