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Human Resource Manager

OSU Beaverstore

Corvallis, Oregon 97331
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1st Shift, Weekends
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Job Details


A private, nonprofit corporation


P O S I T I O N   O P E N


Date: June 2017

Department: Management

Position: Human Resources Manager, full-time salaried exempt, reports to CEO

Start Date: Summer 2017


Key Responsibilities

  • Advise CEO and staff on relevant employment law, policies, procedures, rules and regulations to maintain a healthy and productive work environment for employees. Communicate information with all staff to effectively implement human resource-related initiatives and policies in a thorough and professional manner. Monitor the work environment to ensure that operations maintain the established standards and compliance with employment law.
  • Manage all recruitments, approving all position descriptions, minimum and preferred qualifications, physical requirements, and appropriate pay rates. Lead and/or monitor the interview/selection processes and approve hires.
  • Maintain a standard performance evaluation system. Review feedback and recommend developmental programs. Effectively resolve performance and/or behavioral problems in a consistent and professional manner.
  • Approve all systems for recording and processing payroll for exempt and nonexempt staff. Maintain operating procedures to ensure the accuracy and effectiveness of the payroll cycle.
  • Negotiate and manage contracts for welfare benefits. Communicate information to eligible employees and process enrollments. Reconcile and approve premium and fee payments to vendors. Assist employees/beneficiaries with claims and appeals. Effectively resolve problems in a thorough and professional manner.
  • Administer the 401(k) Retirement and Savings Plan. Perform annual due diligence to determine effectiveness of the plan. Facilitate changes, modifications and amendments to meet regulatory requirements. Communicate information to eligible employees and participants, process enrollments, contributions, and distributions. Prepare and submit annual IRS reports. Perform plan discrimination and other testing.
  • Lead the workplace safety committee, wellness programs, and related initiatives. Respond to workplace accidents, including reporting and follow-up with relevant agencies.


Minimum Qualifications

  • BA/BS degree from an accredited college or university
  • Ability to effectively use spreadsheet, database, and HRIS software
  • Ability to analyze statistical and other data sets to ensure compliance with laws and regulations
  • Experience in welfare benefit administration
  • Experience in administration of retirement and savings plans
  • Ability to mediate and resolve problems with a diverse group of team members in a professional manner
  • Ability to interact in a professional manner through verbal and written communications with employees, customers, vendors, and others


Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience in the development and administration of all human resources functions for a small corporation
  • Proven skill in strategic planning to maintain current programs or initiate new programs
  • Proven skill in a leadership capacity and having served as an effective member of a management team


Physical Demands

Use a computer keyboard; read a computer screen; use a telephone; use standard office equipment to process documents, lift 25 pounds; travel to company locations within a 150 mile radius.

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