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    Human Resources Business Partner

    Date Posted 11/13/17

    Aspirus Medford Hospital & Clinics is currently seeking a part time Human Resources Business Partner working 24 hours per week.  The position is responsible for Human Resources related activities at the professional level including employment, policy interpretation, training, and employee wellness efforts.  The successful individual will partner with management staff, leaders, and employees to develop and facilitate best practices in Human Resources, which enables Aspirus to hire, motivate, reward and retain quality staff.

    The qualified candidates will have:

    • Knowledge of employment, recruitment and retention standards and practice normally acquired through completion of a Bachelor’s Degree in business, management, accounting, finance or related field, or experience equivalent to five years in the employment/human resources field.
    • Five years or more years of experience working in the Human Resources field.
    • Excellent customer service skills and ability to work with a diverse group of people.
    • Effective analytical ability to solve complex problems and issues.
    • Knowledge of governmental regulations (Family Medical Leave Act, Equal Employment Opportunity Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, Age Discrimination Act, Equal Pay Act, Rehabilitation Act, National Labor Relations Act, etc.)
    • The ability to work independently and in a team environment, adapt readily to a changing healthcare environment, and prioritize multiple and and/or fast paced issues.
    • Proficient computer skills to include:  Microsoft Excel, Word and HRIS software.
    • Interpersonal skill in conflict resolution and dealing successfully with difficult issues.

     

    Position Duties and Responsibilities

    • Identifies opportunities to improve customer service.  Participates in projects/programs designed to enhance service delivery and patient satisfaction.
    • Participates in planning, implementing, and conducting employee orientation and organizational development activities.
    • Provides assistance and guidance on recruitment needs.
    • Exemplifies Human Resources leadership by demonstrating expertise in human relations competencies.
    • Participates in activities to continuously improve quality, processes, and service.
    • Ensures that compliance needs are met with EEO, AA, Civil Rights Compliance, and other necessary reporting.
    • Ensures that JCAHO and state requirements are met within appropriate divisions as needed.
    • Demonstrates commitment to continuously learn and develop both professionally and personally, and facilitate the professional growth and development of staff.
    • Serves as a resource to employees and managers, facilitating good employee relations.
    • Stays current with legislation affecting HR and the organization:  FMLA, ADA, Workers Compensation, Unemployment Compensation, Wage and Hour laws, Employment Laws, and Equal Opportunity laws.

       

      Experience the difference of working at Aspirus Medford!  For more information regarding this job opportunity, please visit our website at www.aspirus.org.  Applications are available on-line.

       

      Aspirus Medford

      135 S. Gibson Street

      Medford, WI  54451

       


    HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR

    Ruder Ware

    Date Posted:  10/31/17

    Ruder Ware, a continuously growing business law firm with offices in both Wausau and Eau Claire, Wisconsin, is seeking a talented individual to fill a full-time Human Resources Director position.  The Human Resources Director is responsible for ensuring compliance with all human resource laws and regulations, supervision of office services staff as well as paralegals and legal assistants, salary administration, and expense management for assigned departments.  The Human Resources Director also coordinates recruiting and training for all positions in addition to monitoring best practices for overall compensation.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    1. Coordinate recruiting for all positions in the firm.
    2. Develop and maintain human resource policies and procedures to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
    3. Develop and administer the company’s salary plan, maintain accurate salary and benefit records, and manage the administration of the biweekly payroll process.
    4. Administer and annually review various employee benefits programs and assist employees with benefits claims.
    5. Manage the orientation and training process for all new employees.
    6. Prepare and administer an annual budget for applicable departments or units.
    7. Prepare an annual personal business plan consistent with firm goals and operating procedures.  Report on business plan progress throughout the year as requested.
    8. Provide management and oversight of the reception, office services, legal assistant, and paralegal staff.
    9. Presentations on HR-related topics to groups such as employees, industry and/or legal organizations, and to clients.
    10. Prepare management reports to accurately convey the status of payroll and benefits processes as necessary.
    11. Work constructively and efficiently with other members of the administrative team to provide seamless assistance to internal and external clients

    Minimum Education Required:  Bachelor’s degree with a major in Human Resources or related field or equivalent work experience.

    Minimum Related Years of Experience Required:  At least 5 years of diversified, progressive experience in human resources with law firm management preferred.

    Salary and Wages:  Will be based on experience and market industry standards along with a rich benefit package to include but not limited to health, life, and disability insurance, paid vacation, 401(k) Profit Sharing Plan, Section 125 Flexible Spending, and Health Savings Account contribution.  Submit resumes and letters of interest to:  Jamie C. Schaefer, Chief Operating Officer, at jschaefer@ruderware.com

     


    Northern Wire, LLC – A Division of Elgin Fastener Group

    Merrill, WI

    HUMAN RESOURCE SPECIALIST

    Date Posted 10/27/17

    Seeking an experienced Human Resource professional whose looking for an evolving organization.  The HR Specialist will be a multi-tasked individual with 3-5 years experience in HR, preferably in manufacturing.  This position will perform a variety of responsibilities with an initial emphasis on recruiting.  Will also coordinate and/or support areas of employee relations, compliance, benefit administration, leave coordination, attendance tracking, safety, training and development, performance review management, and other projects/areas as assigned.  Will provide customer support to employees while also supporting the goals and objectives of the Company.

    Knowledge and Skills:

    • Proven ability to pro-actively source & interview candidates to create an efficient recruiting cycle followed by a successful onboarding experience.
    • Minimum 3-5 years experience in HR capacity in manufacturing environment preferably.
    • Understanding of and able to stay current on employment laws to include I-9, HIPPA, FLSA, COBRA, EEO/AAP, OSHA, etc.
    • Two-year degree in HR or related field, 4-year degree desirable.
    • Ability to work with multiple priorities, prioritize and organize workload to meet deadlines.
    • Excellent verbal & written communication skills and proven success in communicating at all levels within an organization.
    • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
    • Advanced computer skills to include MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook and familiarity with Paylocity highly desirable.
    • Initiative to recommend process improvements.
    • PHR/SPHR certification desirable.
    • Approachable, detail oriented, positive attitude.

    If you are interested in a new challenge for this newly created position - please submit a resume and cover letter with wage requirements to mbarkow@elginfasteners.com

     

     


    Title:   Associate Vice President of Human Resources

    Date Posted:  10/18/17

     

    Summary:  The Associate Vice President of Human Resources is an Executive Leadership position responsible for confidential and sensitive high level information.  The position is responsible for leadership of the College’s employee relations, recruitment, compensation, benefits and safety, payroll, equity and diversity. 

    The Associate Vice President will portray a broad institutional perspective to support the College’s mission, vision, and goals while fostering and creating an environment, which strives to anticipate and meet customer needs.  This position supports a shared leadership culture through participation in and facilitation of teams, and plays a role in strategic planning.

     

    In addition, Middle Leaders will live NTC’s core beliefs and values including Learner Focus, Continuous Learning, Ingenuity, Access, Service to the Community, Diversity, Culture of Professionalism, and Advocacy.

     

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    1. Provide leadership for the HR Department to include employee relations, orientation, recruitment, certification, compensation, performance management, faculty contracts, labor relations, complaint resolution policy and the employee handbook.
    2. Provide leadership in recommending, designing and administering innovative, strategic Human Resource systems, staff plans, policies and processes.
    3. Provide leadership for benefit and safety programs including plan design, self-funded accounts, worker’s compensation, wellness and ergonomics.
    4. Provide leadership for payroll including quarterly and year-end payroll reporting and FLSA.
    5. Provide leadership for and ensure compliance with all applicable federal and state laws including ADA, EEO, FMLA and OCR.
    6. Provide leadership for the College’s equity and diversity initiatives.
    7. Serve as Title IX Coordinator and Affirmative Action Officer.
    8. Select, develop and supervise human resource employees including management of the departmental budget. 

       

    Qualifications:

    Bachelor’s degree required.  Five years of demonstrated ability and progressive management experience in Human Resources or related field.  Must have demonstrated evidence of successful customer-oriented leadership in a shared, participatory environment. Outstanding written and oral communication skills.   SPHR/PHR certification preferred.

    Submissions only accepted on our website at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ntc/jobs/1876782/associate-vice-president-of-human-resources?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

    Position closes on November 12, 2017

     


     


     


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