Call: 855.88CCSEM (22736) |
Position Type: Full-Time
Rate of Pay:
Days/Hours Worked: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Education Requirements: Bachelor’s level degree in Administration, Human Resources, Business or Finance related field preferred. Associate’s level degree acceptable with appropriate management experience.
Experience Requirements: Minimally two years’ experience in an administrative or supervisory role; non-profit organization experience preferred. • Prior resource development, staff management, human resources, or accounting experience desirable. • Position requires a highly organized, assertive manner with good interpersonal skills and excellent verbal and written skills.
Special Requirements: Adhere to the Mission, Values and Vision of CCSEM and the values and teachings of the Catholic Church.
The Human Resources Manager supports the day-to-day functions of agency administration and operations. This position will provide support and direction to agency management regarding hiring, evaluation, training, discipline, and termination activities. In addition, is responsible for payroll and benefits administration functions as appropriate. The Human Resources Manager plays a key role in clarifying and maintaining the Catholic identity of the organization.
Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
-Bachelor’s level degree in Administration, Human Resources, Business or Finance related field preferred. Associate’s level degree acceptable with appropriate management experience.
-Minimally two years’ experience in an administrative or supervisory role; non-profit organization experience preferred.
-Prior resource development, staff management, human resources, or accounting experience desirable.
-Position requires a highly organized, assertive manner with good interpersonal skills and excellent verbal and written skills.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Provide and advance Human Resources activities from recruitment and hiring, performance assessments, employee engagement, training and development and other foundational HR activities.
• In coordination with Executive Leadership update, develop and maintain agency policies and procedures as required, separating agency policy, safety, and employee handbook items where appropriate; and communicate changes in agency personnel policies and procedures while insuring compliance.
• Ensuring all agency policies adhere to Catholic Social Teaching and are not in conflict with Catholic values.
• Set up and maintain personnel files in adherence to agency and oversight agency policies to include interview, orientation and exit interview; maintain confidentiality of all employee records and information.
• Complete pre-employment and ongoing background clearance activities/OIG monthly.
• Enroll/update employees in benefit programs and coordinate with payroll and A/P.
• Maintain and monitor human resources information system data for all current employees with respect to required personnel file documentation.
• Perform occasional e-mailing and mailing of required 403(b) and pension plan disclosures to all participants.
• Coordinate and assist in annual training calendar and tracking.
• Maintain pension files, reports, mailings, materials as directed; manage terminated files.
• Assist in responding to pension, employee policy, benefits, and payroll questions.
• Process Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Claims.
• Complete employment verifications, Friend of the Court requests, and Unemployment Claims as assigned.
• Complete Equal Employment Opportunity reports, employee demographics and related reports.
• Complete, coordinate, update and maintain job postings and descriptions as assigned.
• Facilitate, coordinate, and report quality assurance activities such as client satisfaction survey, unusual incidents, outcomes, statistical reports, drug testing schedules and reports.
• Maintain agency files, contracts, licensing, insurance, and other documents, which need to be kept as the central registry of the agency.
• Order office and building supplies as needed.
• Payroll: (In collaboration with the Accounting Manager)
- Collect and summarize timekeeping information.
-Obtain supervisory approval for timecard discrepancies.
-Obtain overtime approvals.
-Process and close periodic payrolls.
-Distribute paystubs and paychecks.
-Update employee payroll database with status changes.
-Coordinate employee information with Department Managers.
-Conduct oneself in an ethical, mature, and professional manner with honesty and integrity, welcoming clients, coworkers and other stakeholders with dignity and respect.
-Other duties as assigned by the Chief Operating Officer.
-Adhere to the Mission, Values and Vision of CCSEM and the values and teachings of the Catholic Church.
This is a full-time, 40 hrs./week position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.