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    Human Resources Assoicate

    DC Everest

    Date Posted:  9/21/2017


    Assist in the operation of the school district’s HR office by performing various projects and perform various tasks associated with employee benefit programs.


    • Assists in preparing handbooks and general correspondence as necessary.
    • Assists in preparing various information and reports. Prepares and maintains special reports, and work on projects as requested by immediate supervisor.
    • Assists in tracking and maintaining placement of teacher on movement on the PD salary schedule.  Assist in issuing yearly reasonable assurance letters and contracts.
    • Assist in the hiring process by keeping job descriptions and interview questions set up-to-date, serving as the backup on application system administration, coordinating job postings on various Web sites, administer testing, prepare materials for job fair attendance, etc. Sends out job postings notifications via email, direct mail and on line application system. Sends out necessary HR related correspondence to applicants.
    • Schedules HR meetings, interviews, and appointments.  Compile and prepare agendas and minutes.
    • Assists in the maintaining HR databases. Enters employee changes and new hire information. Adds employees to SHP, Delta Dental, NIS, Securian websites on a daily basis; sets up employee electronic files, scanning documents and transferring them to employee electronic files and creates employee packets.
    • Review benefit enrollment forms and other documents for accuracy, process applications, and communicate to appropriate carriers.
    • Audit monthly benefit premium statements for accuracy; prepare monthly benefit premium payments.
    • Assist with administering the district’s benefit programs, COBRA responsibilities, and policies and procedures. 
    • Perform various audits.
    • Work closely with all staff to insure accurate and efficient exchange of information. 
    • Perform other duties as assigned. 


    • Associate’s degree, bachelor's degree preferred.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel.
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
    • Ability to maintain confidential information.
    • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
    • Ability to compile, organize, prepare and maintain an assortment of records, reports and information in an effective and efficient manner.
    • Be willing to be trained to take on higher-level duties and pursue an HR Certification over time.


    • Responsible office work experience.
    • Knowledge of computer applications.
    • Ability to research and analyze various different types of data.

    PAY RANGE: $16.31 per hour

    Application Instructions:

    If you qualify and are interested, apply on WECAN as soon as possible. Interviews may begin immediately.

    To be considered you must submit a minimum of five examples of current projects you have worked on in the last year.



    Talent Specialist



    Human Resources



    Date Posted:  8/31/17




    The Talent Specialist partners with leadership and HR Business Partners to anticipate and meet the evolving human capital needs and introduce top talent into the Company. Serves as the main point of contact for hiring managers and candidates.  Will build and maintain relationships across college campuses to build the company’s talent pipeline by promoting internships, career opportunities and the insurance industry.  Coordinates and plans events, attend career fairs and engage with students. 


    • Serve as a CMIC ambassador by developing and cultivating relationships with various colleges, educational institutions, students, faculty, staff and candidates. 
    • Organize, execute and attend campus recruiting events such career fairs, mock interviews, receptions, dinners, resume writing workshops, etc.  Recruit internal professionals to represent Church Mutual on various campuses.
    • Collaborate with career services or other academic units to ensure a coordinated Church Mutual approach on campus for all needs, such as Think Insurance Retreat, internship recruitment, and recruitment for company staffing needs. 
    • Coordinate all internship programs for all departments, including MKE Fellows. 
    • Manage the annual Think Insurance events, serving as the lead on the committee, including venue selection, marketing of event, event program, presenter and student selection, and student evaluation of overall event.  Responsible for budget of event.
    • Post vacant positions on Company’s career site and maintain Church Mutual website page for recruiting purposes.  Screen applicants and forward qualified candidates to hiring manager.
    • Develop, implement and execute recruitment plans to build and hire diverse talent.  Identify websites, print and/or social media resources to post/advertise vacancies.
    • Keep hiring managers and applicants apprised of candidate status on a timely basis via email, telephone, LinkedIn, etc. 
    • Implement and support ongoing maintenance/use of the company applicant tracking system and act as subject matter expert of ATS. 
    • Manage the company’s LinkedIn recruitment page.
    • Actively source applicants through referrals, business contacts, LinkedIn and other job boards.
    • Significant travel will be required, with some overnight stays necessary. 


    • A minimum of 2-5 years’ experience in HR, recruiting/talent or related discipline is preferred. 
    • Bachelor’s degree in human resources preferred, will consider degrees in other areas such as business, communications, etc.  Equivalent experience may be considered in lieu of educational requirements. 
    • Human Resources certification is preferred, or working toward certification is desirable.
    • Ability to successfully manage relationships and work effectively in a team environment.
    • Strong problem solving skills.
    • Strong work ethic and the ability to work independently.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to develop professional working relationships and gain rapport.
    • Current and working knowledge of applicant tracking or recruiting databases.
    • Ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality.
    • Strong organizational skills, detail conscious, and flexibility in setting priorities and adjusting workload to manage a diverse range of activities and projects.
    • Strong knowledge of, and ability to work proficiently with, Microsoft Word and Excel,  LinkedIn and other recruitment websites
    • Ability to travel as determined by campus activities, etc.






    If you are interested in posting your HR position to the CWSHRM website, please send the posting information  and/or job description in a Word Document to  Please be sure to include instructions on how to apply for the position.

    Positions will be posted for 30 days unless specified.  

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