Senior Manager of Recruitment

Location
Florida, United States
Salary
Salary Not specified
Posted
May 11, 2021
Employment Level
Administrative
Employment Type
Full Time


Senior Manager of Recruitment & Compensation

Compensation: $61,937.62
Openings: 1
PeopleSoft ID: 4425
Formal review of applications begins: May 14, 2021
Department: Human Resources
Location: EpiCenter

Key Position Information:


Position Summary:
Works with managers, supervisors, employees, department administrators and applicants on position design, recruitment, hiring, classification structure and compensation.

Position Responsibilities:
  • Federal, state and local compliance for the employment domain;
  • Administers employment processes for staff positions and for faculty positions as designated;
  • Provides consultation to supervisors on position design, classification and compensation systems;
  • Provides training to managers and supervisors on above content areas;
  • Employment and Compensation HR policy interpretation;
  • Policy formulation, drafting, editing as appropriate;
  • Serves as intake point for internal and external position applicants and applicant system;
  • Serves as content expert for enterprise system business process design and improvement;
  • Coordinates integrated processes from recruitment, pre-hire, hire, and engagement of the enterprise system by HR, hiring managers, and applicants;
  • Constantly conducts pro-active pool development strategies to improve available talent and to meet diversity aspirations of the College;
  • Supports formal search processes as needed;
  • Oversees administration of the background screening procedures required for each position;
  • May assist departments with succession planning strategies;
  • May assist departments with retention strategies;
  • Conducts training sessions for managers and search committees as needed;
  • Travel to other locations for meetings and programs.


Requirements::
Education:
  • Bachelor’s degree is required in a field related to Human Resources; e.g., business administration, adult education, organizational development, psychology.
  • Certification is desired as PHR (Professional in Human Resources), and SHRM CCP (Certified Compensation Professional), or equivalent.

* An equivalent combination of education, training and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job may be acceptable in lieu of the education requirements.

Experience:
  • Three to Five (3-5) years of professional experience across a number of the responsibility areas noted above, with particular importance on administering enterprise employment systems and on compensation administration.
  • Management experience in a related setting is preferred.
  • Experience in higher education, healthcare, or state government is preferred.

Knowledge:
  • Applicable federal, state and local regulations for employment and compensation domain;
  • Mathematical and statistical principles and methods;
  • Effective training techniques;
  • Data and report presentation techniques;
  • Computers, enterprise systems and related software applications;
  • Human resources policy environment;

Skills:
  • Strong interpersonal skills for representing the College effectively and positively;
  • Managing complex business processes integrated with enterprise system;
  • Ability to handle issues effectively with minimum leadership support;
  • Appropriate time management and responsiveness;
  • Ability to be detail-oriented as needed;
  • Monitoring, evaluating and inspiring employees;

License:

None.


Responsibilities:
These duties are a representative sample; position assignments may vary.

Potential Frequency
1.
Serves as a Senior Human Resources Manager, manages and coordinates a variety of Human Resources general services including employee relations, benefits, compensation, training and development, recruitment, orientation, evaluation, classification, and policies and procedures; ensures compliance with internal and external regulations.
Daily - 30%

2.
Provides interpretation and analysis of human resource policies, practices, and work rules for employees, supervisors, and applicants.
Daily - 10%

3.
Compiles, organizes, and analyzes a variety of data; tracks human resource metrics; creates reports; and recommends changes to policies, procedures, compensation, and/or benefit levels; maintains related records.
Daily - 20%

4.
Coordinates the activities and functions of an assigned human resources function, which includes recommending program changes, developing program plans, coordinating programs, implementing solutions, preparing annual projections, and recommending vendors.
Daily - 20%

5.
Monitors and tracks departmental budget; approves transfers, invoices, purchase orders, and ensures compliance with objectives and goals.
Daily - 10%

6.
May supervise lower level HR staff, temporary and student workers to include: prioritizing and assigning work; conducting performance evaluations; ensuring staff are trained; ensuring that employees follow policies and procedures; maintaining a healthy and safe working environment; recommending and advising staff on effective strategies to meet staffing and organizational goals; and making hiring, termination, and disciplinary recommendations.
Daily - 10%

7.
Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.
As Required





To apply, visit https://web.spcollege.edu/hrapp/job/4425

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