$200K — $250K *
Responsible for supervising institutional human resources administration activities and provide leadership and supervision of personnel policies and procedures, staff classification levels, compensation, benefits, immigration and regulatory compliance, accident/injury safety investigation, new employee orientation, reprimands, professional counseling, terminations, payroll, employee relations, personnel recruiting, personnel records for faculty, staff, and student employment. Ensures that the College stays in compliance with all applicable state and federal wage and hour laws.
Essential Job Responsibilities:
• Plans, develops, and directs the administration of human resource functions by providing advice, counseling, guidance, and recommendations to the President, Cabinet Officers, employees, and supervisors
• Responsible for compliance with Federal and State legislation pertaining to all personnel matters
• Directs, develops, organizes and manages all operational activities associated with immigration to ensure compliance with applicable college, state and federal regulations
• Works with legal counsel in preparing immigration documents, such as applications to obtain, extend, or change non-immigrant status of faculty and staff
• Oversee the I-9 audits and reports and ensure proper documentation is being utilized and to confirm valid work authorization
• Recommends and coordinates with outside council regarding appropriate visa petitions to file to obtain work authorization
• Responsible for providing payroll information for the annual College audit, Worker’s Compensation audit, Social Security reports, CUPA Survey, IPEDS, and AAUP reports.
• Review, develop, and implement all College policies and procedures
• Conduct investigation and inquiries involving accident/injuries, worker’s compensation claims, unemployment claims, grievance issues, reprimands, terminations and recommend appropriate action
• Work directly with the President and Cabinet Officers to analyze, modify, and administer the staff compensation and benefits policies. This includes salary increases, determining starting salaries, position reclassifications, newly developed positions, promotions and transfers. Manage and monitor the administration of the compensation plan for the effectiveness of the compensation plan and recommend revisions
• Directs the operational activities associated with payroll which includes the database, inputting and transmitting monthly and biweekly payroll for faculty, staff, and students
• Oversee the tracking of student federal work-study hours, salaries for the annual audit
• Oversee the management and authorization of payment for flexible spending accounts
• Responsible in administering and assisting with the development, implementation and maintenance of benefits programs, including group health/medical/dental coverage, life insurance, worker’s compensation, long term disability, vacation, holiday time off, sick pay, unemployment, and service awards
• Process and review for accuracy the monthly billing for medical insurance, life insurance, and voluntary vision
• Responsible for monitoring worker’s compensation claims and communicating with employee, insurance carrier, and hospitals. Provide documentation for yearly OSHA reports and worker’s compensation audit
• Provides leadership and supervision of all hiring practices for faculty and staff job postings, interviewing, orientations, and review all new and revised job descriptions.
• Responsible for conducting and completing salary surveys for the staff compensation policy, government, and other surveys when appropriate
• Conducts new employee orientation, employee relations counseling, and exit interview.
• Maintains company organizational charts, staff and faculty handbook, oversees yearly performance appraisals, assist with planning seminars for faculty and staff on employment practices and benefits as needed
• Participates in extended cabinet activities and meetings
• Bachelor’s or Master’s degree preferred
• Must have 7-10 years’ relevant professional experience
• Significant experience with and/or knowledge of applicable human resource-related laws and regulations, such as the ADEA, COBRA, FMLA, FLSA, HIPAA, OSHA, Immigration laws, and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
• Must have accounting and payroll knowledge/experience, proficient computers skills including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with a diverse population of employees
• Proven supervisory experience
• Self-motivated and flexible with the ability to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced environment
Valid through: 11/27/2020