Career Opportunities

Job Title: Human Resources Generalist II
Company: Franklin County
Location: Franklin County Courthouse
Salary: Starting at $29.85/hr; Full benefits package

JOB SUMMARY
The Human Resources Generalist II provides advanced professional, technical, and analytical support in a variety of areas including but not limited to recruitment and selection, compensation, contract administration and negotiations, training, employee benefits, leave administration, and other complex and sensitive personnel related assignments. This position may act on behalf of the HR Director in their absence or as requested, including supervision and mentoring of other HR staff members.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

  •  Leads the County’s benefits administration programs in collaboration with the County’s benefits consultant. This position is the main point of contact with the County’s benefit vendors regarding all areas of benefits administration, resolving employee benefit issues, and is a standing member of the Benefits Committee.
  • Assists in the preparation and updating of job descriptions, conducts compensation and classification studies utilizing a variety of resources, and makes recommendations for compensation to the HR Director.  
  • Assists in the research, review, development, and implementation of personnel policies, procedures, employee handbooks, and other employee communication. Stays up to date with personnel related trends and legal development to ensure County maintains compliance with federal and state regulations.
  • Develops and maintains affirmative action/equal employment opportunity program.
  • Identifies process improvement opportunities within scope of assigned area and County-wide. Researches and recommends improvements and participates in improvement projects within HR and County-wide.
  • Assists with formulating and developing organizational strategies by identifying and researching HR issues, contributing information, analysis, and recommendations and establishing and aligning HR objectives with County objectives.
  • Gathers information on departmental and organizational processes, structures, policies, procedures, and technology to configure and test financial software modules to validate data from the financial system.
  • Analyzes, creates, and partners on the implementation of workflows, security, reporting, and test scripts for the financial system based on internal control expectations and processes.
  • Pursues self-development and continuing personal development of skills and knowledge by attending ongoing educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, and establishing personal networks.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Expert knowledge of modern principles, methods, and practices in human resources.
  • Proficient knowledge of Franklin County business and financial acumen and the application and interpretation of Franklin County policies and procedures and federal, state, and local rules, laws, regulations, legislation, codes, and ordinances as they relate to area(s) of assignment.
  • Proficient knowledge of principles and practices of governmental fiscal management including budget preparation, expenditure control, and sound record keeping.
  • Expert troubleshooting skills to resolve issues or problems by analyzing trends and problems, identifying alternative solutions, interpreting compliance documentation, projecting consequences of proposed actions, and communicating and/or implementing recommendations in support of goals and maintaining compliance.
  • Proficient time management and mental and physical organization skills that support the ability to focus, have clarity, and use strategy to fulfill a variety of tasks successfully.
  • Proficient Skills in Microsoft Office Suite, the internet for research and the ability learn and develop proficient skills in the County-wide enterprise resource planning software, Access Washington, and other online portals for state agencies and benefits.
  • Ability to exercise a high degree of independent judgment and discretion and maintain the confidentiality of sensitive and confidential information.
  • Ability to write and speak clearly and concisely and to express ideas and recommendations effectively, orally, and in writing.
  • Ability and willingness to establish and maintain communication and working relationships with peers, representatives from other agencies, vendors, public officials, and the general public using courtesy, tact, and good judgment.
  • Ability to effectively present information, findings, proposals, training, or other information to a variety of audiences by clearly articulating, engaging the audience, assessing the needs of the audience, and using appropriate materials to help audience understand the message.
  • Ability to identify and take advantage of opportunities, organize and prioritize several ongoing and frequently changing assignments to meet deadlines.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Work may be performed in the following environmental conditions:
    • constantly: in an office environment, and
    • occasionally: near moving mechanical parts, outdoor weather conditions, and near dirt, dust, and shavings, exposed to other environmental conditions when interacting with employees who work in those conditions.
  • The noise level in the general work environment is moderate as in a standard business office.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The person in this position must be able to

  • spend the following amount of time in an activity:
    • constantly: talk or hear and use hands, fingers to handle or feel, or operate equipment or tools,
    • frequently: stand, walk, or sit for extended periods of time; climb, pull, push or balance, and
    • occasionally: stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; reach with hands and arms.
    • carry or transport items:
      • frequently: up to 10 pounds, and
      • occasionally: between 11 and 50 pounds.
      • have close vision (1- 20 inches) and have the ability to adjust focus.

QUALIFICATIONS

REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Bachelor degree in Human Resources or a related field.
  • Two years of exempt-level Human Resources experience.

OR

  • Any combination of education and experience which would provide the applicant with the desired knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Exempt-level HR experience with a public sector or government employer.

LICENSES, CERTIFICATES, AND OTHER QUALIFICATIONS

  • Employment at Franklin County is contingent upon the results of a background check and eligibility for coverage by the County’s liability insurance carrier. Depending upon the position, background checks may include personal and professional references, social security verification, education and professional licensing verification, financial history, and criminal history.
  • Human Resources certification (HRCI or SHRM) or ability to obtain within 12 months of hire.
  • Valid driver’s license if driving a vehicle for County business.

OTHER DUTIES DISCLAIMER

The statements herein describe the principal functions of this job, level of knowledge and skills typically required, scope of responsibility, work requirements, and working conditions, but are not all-inclusive. Individuals may perform other duties and Franklin County, Washington reserves the right to modify, add, or remove duties, and assign other duties as necessary, including work in other functional areas to cover absences or relief, to equalize peak work periods, or otherwise to balance the workload.

How to Apply: 

APPLICANTS MAY PICK UP AND RETURN THE APPLICATION TO:

Franklin County Human Resources ● 1016 N.4th Avenue, A101 ● Pasco, WA 99301 ● 509-546-5813

OR DOWNLOAD FROM THE COUNTY WEBSITE AT: www.co.franklin.wa.us  

E-MAIL COMPLETED APPLICATION PACKAGE TO: [email protected]

Company Contact:  Eric Wyant, HR Director


Job Title: Human Resources Payroll Supervisor – Payroll & Benefits
Company: Grant County Public Utility District
Location: Ephrata, WA
Salary: $88,483.20 to $142,459.20 Annually

Looking to take your HR career to the next level? We are hiring for an Human Resources Supervisor with payroll and benefits expertise who is willing to lead a team of HR professionals. This position serves as backup to our HR Manager and serves as an internal consultant on all-things payroll and benefits related. Our HR team is focused on finding ways to support employees along their journey to becoming healthy, wealthy and wise. If you are looking to bring impact to an expanding HR team, we want to hear from you!

Job Summary

Under general supervision, develops, oversees, and administers human resources (HR) programs and policies for various HR functions including staffing, compensation, benefits, payroll, and compliance-related training.  Implements human resource strategies that align with organizational business goals.  Supervises human resources staff and processes to ensure efficient operation and necessary compliance for the organization.  Contributes to the development of value-added, efficient processes and procedures.

Essential Functions

Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following representative duties, knowledge, and skills. This is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by the incumbent. Employees may be assigned duties which are not listed below; reasonable accommodations will be made as required. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement and is subject to change at any time by the employer. Essential duties and responsibilities may include but are not limited to the below.

The primary responsibility of this position will be to lead the HR team in the areas of benefits, records administration, payroll, HRIS, and HR-related compliance training.  This position has the responsibility to identify, develop and provide the services necessary to assist both internal staff with meeting required deliverables, but also assisting utility management with service requests associated with data gathering, HR processing efforts, etc.  Policy development for related areas of responsibilities.

Supervisory duties will include planning, assigning, and evaluating the work of HR staff members, providing technical expertise to staff, utility management and coworkers; establishing, measuring, and enforcing work goals, safety standards, and objectives; and overseeing the daily operation of the HR department.  Manage, coach and mentor assigned staff.  Position will meet regularly with assigned employees in a one-on-one format.

Maintain the assigned modules of the human capital management system (UKG). Evaluate the current system to identify problems and opportunities. Ensure legal compliance, design and lead implementation of solutions and enhancements. Participate with upgrades or other system expansion teams for assigned modules. 

Provide guidance on prevailing laws governing payroll and income taxes, employee benefits, garnishments, reimbursement policies and other statutory pay and related entitlements. Design, establish, and manage utility-wide payroll related standards, policies, and procedures. Review and analyze current payroll, benefits, and tax procedures to ensure accuracy, and compliance with payroll process controls. Implement changes leading to best practice operations.  

Reviews, develops, and/or modifies work plans, methods, and procedures; determines work priorities and develops work schedules to provide adequate staff coverage; provides work instruction, assists employees with difficult and unusual assignments; assigns and distributes work; reviews work for accuracy and completeness; and returns assignments with recommendations for proper completion.

This position will additionally be responsible for developing appropriate audit processes to ensure compliance in the areas of compensation, payroll, benefits, and recordkeeping.

The position will function in capacity of the  Human Resources Manager during absences.

Demonstrated commitment to Grant PUD’s mission, vision, values, strategic plan, and the Code of Excellence.  The incumbent should be familiar with these organizational priorities and behave in a way that aligns with these expectations.

Understand and adhere to compliance requirements for this position that may include laws, regulations, security guidelines, Grant PUD policies & procedures.

Actively participate in all aspects of our safety program, including but not limited to:

  • Following all safety policies and procedures;
  • Alerting supervisors and coworkers to unsafe or hazardous working conditions;
  • Reporting any safety incidents or close calls within 24 hours to your supervisor; and
  • Accepting feedback from supervisors and coworkers regarding your own safety performance.

Accept responsibility for safety of all team members and model safe behaviors by:

  • Clearly defining and completing performance-focused safety activities required of you and your team.
  • Supporting work stoppages by employees when they identify unsafe/hazardous working conditions.
  • Acknowledging compliant safety behaviors and good safety performance from members of your team(s).

Education and Experience

Required

  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources, human relations, or related field. 
  • Six years of progressively responsible positions in Human Resources. 
  • Three years of human resources leadership experience, including implementing HR programs. 

Preferred

  • Master’s degree in a related field. 

License and Certification

Required

  • None.

Preferred

  • Professional certifications such as PHR/SPHR, SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP, CEBS, CCP, design thinking, change management, project management, International Coaching Federation credential.

Other Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  •  HR management and department leadership
  •  HR organizational practices, policies, and procedures relating to all aspects of HR
  •  Hiring principles and employment laws
  •  Knowledge of multi-state payroll taxation, laws and applicable regulations
  •  Mandatory benefits, benefit plans, and group insurance policies
  •  Business analytics and predictive people analytics
  •  Knowledge of bargaining unit negotiations and administration and labor law expertise
  •  Providing and receiving feedback in an open and kind manner, establishing clear expectations, holding people accountable to standards
  •  Self-management and interpersonal management in situations of uncertainty and change
  •  Business writing
  •  HRIS system working knowledge, preferably with UKG
  •  Thorough knowledge of self-insured health and welfare benefit plans and defined-benefit/defined-contribution retirement plans, with Washington State Public Employee’s Retirement System (PERS) knowledge . 
  •  Creating policies and procedures and translating to all levels in the organization
  •  Offering counsel and understanding of HR principles and policies
  •  Utilizing MS office products
  •  Advocating and influencing for the needs of the HR team, supervisors, employees, and the organization
  •  Handling private matters confidentially

Physical Requirements

  • Majority of work is performed in a standard office setting.
  • Typical shift of employees in this position:  9 hours
  • A valid Washington State driver’s license is required. 

*For a full list of requirements, the applicant/incumbent should refer to the Physical Capacity Evaluation (PCE).

The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal functions for this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required, and the scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements.  Individuals may perform other duties as assigned, including work in other functional areas.

How to Apply: Grant PUD Website: Human Resources Supervisor - Payroll & Benefits
Deadline to Apply: Open Until Filled 
Company Contact: Donna Parkhurst [email protected]


Job Title: Recruiter (on-site)
Company: Energy Northwest
Location:
Richland, WA
Salary Range:
Recruiter Level Salary: $87,478 minimum to $109,347 midpoint.
Senior Recruiter Level Salary: $100,608 minimum to $125,760 midpoint.

General Summary

This position will be on-site at our Richland, Washington facility. We offer relocation and substantial benefits which include medical, dental, vision and disability insurances and 4 weeks of personal time. We have three retirement programs available including a matching 401k and the Washington State Pension Plan. An at-risk compensation program and other voluntary benefits include flexible spending accounts, tuition reimbursement, credit monitoring, and identity theft coverage.

Responsible for delivering the highest level of recruiting and staffing services to hiring managers and the agency. Successful candidate will deliver high quality professional level candidates and advance the EN brand across numerous markets and professional communities, while guiding hiring managers and candidates through the selection process. This position will perform full lifecycle recruiting including sourcing, posting jobs, candidate screening, extending offers, and assisting the workforce planning activities, while maintaining excellent relationships with hiring managers, candidates and the community at-large. Provide direction to other HR employees in support of EN’s recruitment activities. Leads the refueling outage staffing activities. Responsible for applying HR policies and procedures. May provide some policy interpretation to hiring managers and candidates.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

Consulting-

• Consult with internal customers; facilitate discussions regarding recruiting and selection; ensuring that decisions adhere to corporate policies, guidelines, and requirements. Create partnerships with internal stakeholders to offer guidance and advice on selection related issues for professional level positions across the agency. Create recruitment plans and service level agreements.

Sourcing and Screening Candidates-

• Review resumes and job sites, search online and offline locations to find high quality candidates for open requisitions. Provide guidance in the development of job postings that clearly communicate the requirements and entice candidates to join the agency. Engage search firms when required and manage the engagement ensuring deadlines are met and all parties are well informed.

Networking-

• Network and build relationships within the agency to generate referrals. Attend job fairs, industry and professional association events to source candidates, share the EN employee proposition, and encourage them to apply for open and future positions. Maintain positive and professional relationships with all potential candidates so they maintain a positive image of EN and would be willing to pursue other internal opportunities.

Documentation and Tracking-

• Updating the applicant tracking database (PeopleSoft) to document candidates’ progress in the hiring process. This information is used to identify candidates’ status and to generate ongoing and ad-hoc reporting. Keeping hiring managers informed of the status of the requisition, and hiring timeliness.

Problem-Solving/Analysis/Metrics-

• Using relevant data (e.g., workforce plans, underutilization data, industry news, and internal metrics) to identify and solve problems such as difficult to fill positions, poor employee retention, high levels of offer declines, and/or low interview pass rates. Fielding candidate and hiring manager questions and concerns that arise throughout the hiring process.

Lead Responsibilities

• Provide direction and leadership to other HR employees in support of recruiting activities that includes applicant screening, interview coordination and travel reservations.

Refueling Outage Staffing

• Lead the refueling outage staffing activities for the agency. This includes selection of temporary HR employee(s), setting policy, providing training to new employees on hiring process, and ensuring documentation and files are maintained.

Projects

Various as assigned.

REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Recruiter Level: Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or Business and 8 years of professional level recruiting experience OR High school diploma or GED with twelve (12) years of recruiting or staffing related experience.

Senior Recruiter Level: Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or Business and ten years of professional level recruiting experience OR High school diploma or GED with 14 years of recruiting or staffing related experience.

Salary Range

Recruiter Level Salary: $87,478 minimum to $109,347 midpoint

Senior Recruiter Level Salary: $100,608 minimum to $125,760 midpoint

Typically, selected candidates are hired at a salary rate between the minimum and midpoint of the range, based on applicable experience and qualifications, market rate, internal equity, and budgetary allowances.

Equal Employment Opportunity

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate due to race, color, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, national origin, veteran status or on the basis of disability.

This posting is open until filled.

How to Apply: Energy Northwest Jobs - Recruiter (on-site) - 6752 in Richland, Washington, United States (dejobs.org).
Company Contact: Julie Marboe, HR Manager, [email protected]


Job Title: Payroll Accountant      
Company: Douglas Fruit
Location: Pasco, WA
Salary: $55,000-$70,000

Job Summary:

The Payroll Accountant’s main responsibilities are to assist the Controller in maintaining financial procedures, preparing company reports, payroll and quarterly tax reports.

Typical duties and responsibilities include:

  • Prepare and Process Payroll for both Douglas Fruit Company and Douglas Ag Services.
    • This position will be the Administrator of UKG, the payroll provider, and be responsible for payroll setup and ongoing payroll processing.
      • Maintain general ledger setup for all companies
      • Maintain and setup external import files from timekeeping systems (PickTrace).
      • Maintain and create earning codes, deductions codes and benefit codes in both UKG and PickTrace.
      • Use UKG BI intelligence to create and modify reports for managers and staff.
      • Mass update employee data using UKG’s import function
    • Douglas Ag Services pays piece rate on certain jobs.  Knowledge of Piece Break calculation is preferred but not required. 
    • Responsible for reviewing all Quarterly and Annual Filings.  These fillings are completed by UKG, but a review of the data must be completed. Applicant will need to be comfortable with reviewing large sets of data and using excel to verify data.  Applicant also must have intermediate knowledge of Federal and State tax regulation and rules. 
  • Prepare and update quarterly and annual budget reports
    • Update and create payroll budget reports using Excel and Power BI.  Reports are updated by modifying Excel Spreadsheets and refreshing the Power BI connection.
    •  Work closely with the Managers and meet with them quarterly to review payroll budget actuals.  Will need to be able to create new reports using Power BI to meet the Manager’s need. 
  • Assist and provide reports for audits.
    • Will be responsible for the 5500 401K Filing.
    • Will assist in any data preparation for audits.

About 65% of this position will be processing payroll with the remaining 35% maintaining the payroll system and providing payroll reports to management.  This position will require intermediate knowledge of Excel such as Pivot Tables, SUMIFS and VLOOKUPS.  Also, candidate must be willing to learn Power BI and Cognos report writer in UKG’s BI intelligence.

How to Apply: email resume to [email protected]
Company Contact:
Lindsey Peonio


Job Title: Manager, Total Rewards & HRIS
Company: Yakima Valley Memorial
Location: Yakima, WA
Salary: TBD

All staff members at Yakima Valley Memorial must be in compliance with our Vaccination Policy, which includes the COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) vaccine, by their first day of employment.

ROLE SUMMARY

The Total Rewards Manager leads the development, implementation, and administration of Yakima Valley Memorial’s (YVM) total rewards programs, policies, and procedures.  This is inclusive of compensation and benefits for all employed staff, leadership, and Providers. Both directly and through the supervision of specialized and other support staff, the Manager ensures compliance and evaluates the competitiveness of these programs through the use of established best practices. Additionally, the position is responsible for the strategic direction and oversight of YVM’s HRIS department.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES 

Leadership

  1. Provides supervision of assigned Human Resources staff.
  2. Participates in intra-departmental and inter-departmental efforts for continuous quality improvement.
  3. Works in conjunction with the Human Resources team to bring appropriate and required training to employees, supervisors and managers.

Total Rewards

  1. Oversees the administration of YVM compensation and benefit policies and programs.
  2. Develops and communicates policies regarding Total Rewards program – including staff, leadership and Provider compensation, as well as health, retirement, and other benefit plans.
  3. Researches and ensures best practice design of all aspects of Total Rewards program.
  4. Oversees process of conducting fair market value assessments and related work for staff and leadership positions.
  5. Ensures all compensation changes are implemented timely, and recommends any programmatic improvements to the overall design.
  6. Partners with Talent Acquisition and other key stakeholders on compensation offers as necessary.
  7. Through supervision of specialized staff, administers the fully self-insured benefit plans and ensures all programs are in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
  8. Oversees liaison efforts between the team, all vendors, and employees.
  9. Attends regular vendor meeting to understand plan performance and improvement areas.
  10. Manages any escalated concerns or issues.
  11. Conducts annual health plan reviews with carriers and vendors to make recommendations on any plan changes.
  12. Conducts annual Open Enrollment and ongoing communication, training, and education resources to staff.
  1. Both directly and through the oversight of staff, ensures coordination of employee insurance by ensuring all eligible employees are accurately enrolled into the health insurance plan, entering health insurance deductions into the HRIS system, notifying third party benefits administrator of coverage changes for employees and serving as a contact/resource to employees, insurance brokers, benefits administrators and healthcare providers regarding insurance claims/issues and questions. 
  2. As necessary, handles benefits and compensation inquires and complaints and works quickly to come to a resolution.
  3. Ensures the company's compensation and benefit programs are in compliance with current laws and regulations. Ensures all plan participants receive all SPD’s, updates, Initial Rights Notifications and other communication and updates associated with the plans in a timely manner, as required by law.

HRIS:

  1. Partners with organizational leaders on the strategic direction of HRIS platforms.
  2. Oversees daily maintenance of various HRIS platforms.
  3. Contract management over the HRIS systems.
  4. In partnership with the HR Director, oversees any system migration, changes, or improvements.
  5. Oversight of the Learning System Management (LMS) platform and personnel.
  6. Manages the regulatory requirements of the LMS, contract renewals, and ensures all required learning modules are assigned and compliant.
  7. Ensures accurate reporting and people analytics are pulled timely.
  8. Works closely with various vendors and internal leaders.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS

Education: Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related field required. Extensive experience accepted in lieu of some education.

Experience: Five years Human Resources experience required.  Previous leadership experience preferred. Compensation and self-insured benefits administration experience strongly preferred.

Licenses/Certificates/Registration: PHR, SPHR, CCP, and/or CBP preferred.

ABOUT US:

Yakima Valley Memorial (YVM) is primarily a 256-bed acute-care, not-for-profit community hospital that has served Central Washington's Yakima Valley for 70 years. YVM extends beyond the existence of a community hospital, including a multispecialty team of more than 200 physicians and 20+ primary care and specialty care locations. Specialty care services include cardiac care, a continuum of cancer care, hospice care, and advanced services for children with special health care needs.

As the region’s leading health care provider and Yakima’s largest employer, we believe that by improving health, we can transform Yakima! Our vision at YVM is creating healthy communities one person at a time. With such an important vision, our diverse workforce bands together to demonstrate our values of Respect, Accountability, Teamwork, Stewardship, and Innovation for everyone who walks through our doors, patients and coworkers alike.

We believe that the way we treat our patients, and our fellow employees is a vital part of the job we do every day. Together, we can create loyal, enduring partnerships with our patients, our community, and one another; while staying focused on improving the quality of life for our patients and the overall quality of the organization. At Yakima Valley Memorial, we listen to staff ideas and empower them to innovate and create changes.

At YVM, we are committed to establishing a diverse and encouraging workplace that supports all employees, appreciating their unique backgrounds and experiences. We believe our culture enables us to meet our mission and values while serving patients, current employees, and any prospective employees in the Yakima Valley. We hope you join us in our passion for delivering remarkable patient care and on what’s most important to us – making you better so our patients get better.

How to Apply: https://pm.healthcaresource.com/CS/yakimavalley/#/job/17237
Company Contact:
Amy Kubishta, [email protected], 509-972-529


Job Title: Compensation Analyst
Company: Yakima Valley Memorial
Location: Yakima, WA
Salary: TBD

All staff members at Yakima Valley Memorial must be in compliance with our Vaccination Policy, which includes the COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) vaccine, by their first day of employment.

ROLE SUMMARY

The Compensation Analyst assists the organization in establishing a best practice compensation program. Responsible for strategically maintaining and updating Yakima Valley Memorial’s (YVM) pay structure systems and compensation modeling. Works closely with YVM stakeholders to ensure adherence and compliance with all federal and state compensation laws.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Administers the compensation policies and programs including the maintenance of job classifications, salary scales, as well as the merit rating program.
  2. Conducts and analyzes external salary surveys through benchmarking market data with respect to compensation levels. Makes job pricing recommendations to leadership..
  3. Develops, distributes, maintains, and communicates policies regarding compensation, salary adjustments, and position evaluation plans.
  4. Strategically analyzes cost savings and process improvement initiatives. Presents recommendations to various levels within the organization.
  5. Conducts data and costs analysis for compensation modeling to be used within employee negotiations and collective bargaining agreements.
  6. Partners with Talent Acquisition to create and update job descriptions, classifications, pay grades and compensation strategies. Evaluates jobs and confirms job components are in line with overall compensation policy and programs
  7. Provides knowledge of current compensation and wage structures as well as corresponding laws and regulations. Reviews and implements adjustments to account for employment law updates.
  8. Ensures the company's pay scales are in compliance with current laws and regulations. as well as Ensures that YVM   operates with compensation best practices.
  9. Completes audits and reporting for premium pay and other ad hoc requests as assigned.
  10. Provides additional assistance for HRIS reporting and processing.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS

Education: Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related field required. Extensive experience accepted in lieu of some education.

Experience: Minimum of two years of Human Resources experience required. Experience administering compensation and/or benefits programs preferred. Finance or business operations experience may be substituted in lieu of HR experience based on relevance.

Licenses/Certificates/Registration: PHR or CCP preferred.

Level of Business Knowledge/Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Familiar with Standard Compensation practice and procedures preferred.

ABOUT US:

Yakima Valley Memorial (YVM) is primarily a 256-bed acute-care, not-for-profit community hospital that has served Central Washington's Yakima Valley for 70 years. YVM extends beyond the existence of a community hospital, including a multispecialty team of more than 200 physicians and 20+ primary care and specialty care locations. Specialty care services include cardiac care, a continuum of cancer care, hospice care, and advanced services for children with special health care needs.

As the region’s leading health care provider and Yakima’s largest employer, we believe that by improving health, we can transform Yakima! Our vision at YVM is creating healthy communities one person at a time. With such an important vision, our diverse workforce bands together to demonstrate our values of Respect, Accountability, Teamwork, Stewardship, and Innovation for everyone who walks through our doors, patients and coworkers alike.

We believe that the way we treat our patients, and our fellow employees is a vital part of the job we do every day. Together, we can create loyal, enduring partnerships with our patients, our community, and one another; while staying focused on improving the quality of life for our patients and the overall quality of the organization. At Yakima Valley Memorial, we listen to staff ideas and empower them to innovate and create changes.

At YVM, we are committed to establishing a diverse and encouraging workplace that supports all employees, appreciating their unique backgrounds and experiences. We believe our culture enables us to meet our mission and values while serving patients, current employees, and any prospective employees in the Yakima Valley. We hope you join us in our passion for delivering remarkable patient care and on what’s most important to us – making you better so our patients get better.

How to Apply: https://pm.healthcaresource.com/CS/yakimavalley/#/job/17238

Company Contact: Amy Kubishta, [email protected], 509-972-5292


Job Title: Human Resources Business Partner (Benefits)
Company: Grant County Public Utility District
Location: Ephrata, WA
Salary: $78,000-$126,000 Annually

Job Summary: Grant PUD has an opening for a Human Resources Business Partner to provide benefits expertise and perform hands-on benefits administration. The HRBP will also be a strategic contributor, serving as a consultant for business units and driving HR initiatives. What are we looking for in the HRBP? Our ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in a related field, 6 years of broad HR experience, and 3 years in benefits administration. Why do you want to join Team Grant? Grant PUD offers generous educational and professional development benefits, has state-of-the-art technology, and provides an exceptional benefits package. All this plus a team that considers each other as family. The question isn’t “why do you want to join Team Grant?” It’s “why would you not want to join Team Grant”!

 Description

 The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) acts as a consultant for company management on all issues related to human resources and provides support for organizational changes. The HRBP will perform at a strategic level and will also perform routine work while presenting a professional, value-added representation of the human resources function.

 Job Responsibilities

 Essential Functions:  Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following representative duties, knowledge, and skills. This is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class; employees may be assigned duties which are not listed below; reasonable accommodations will be made as required. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement and is subject to change at any time by the employer. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

 Provides daily HR guidance and support to assigned business units.

  • Provides HR management support by serving as the first point of HR contact, attending leadership meetings, and providing HR policy guidance. Identifies training needs and partners with Organizational Development/Education to link resources to assigned business units. Analyzes HR metrics, identifies trends and areas for opportunity, and assists leadership in developing action plans. Supports administration of organizational surveys (organizational health, employee engagement, etc.). Creates and presents ongoing HR education.
  • Performs work in employee relations by resolving employee relations/labor relations issues, documenting and logging issues; participating in investigations, documenting and logging investigations; participating in Labor Management meetings and documenting meeting outcomes; coaching staff-level and front-line supervisory employees on HR issues.
  • Performs talent acquisition duties by conducting non-bargaining unit recruitment, participating in interviews, and facilitating apprenticeships. Assists leaders with forecasting staffing needs; monitors and reports on workforce and succession planning. Supports recruitment functions/initiatives.

May provide functional expertise in one or more of the following areas: benefits, compensation, leave administration, talent acquisition.

Assists with developing budgets and/or forecasts for headcounts and compensation expenses.

Creates and updates job descriptions.

Recommends, develops, supports, and facilitates HR initiatives and strategies (researching, developing timelines, creating work standards, implementation of programs and policies, etc.).

Writes/updates policies and procedures. Completes annual review of assigned policies for relevance and appropriateness.

Meets ongoing position expectations, including but not limited to:

  • Attends internal trainings assigned to leadership staff.
  • Participates in at least 16 hours of HR development per year (conferences, webinars, seminars, workshops), and trains HR team on knowledge gained
  • Serves on one PUD team (safety, continuous improvement, process improvement, etc.).
  • Learns and maintains in-depth understanding of assigned business units’ work.
  • Learns and maintains in-depth understanding of Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Demonstrates commitment to Grant PUD’s mission, vision, values, strategic plan and Vision 2021. The incumbent should be familiar with these organizational priorities and behave in a way that aligns with these expectations.

Understands and adheres to compliance requirements for this position that may include laws, regulations, security guidelines, Grant PUD policies and procedures.

Actively participates in all aspects of our safety program, including but not limited to:

  • following all safety policies and procedures,
  • alerting supervisors and coworkers to unsafe or hazardous working conditions,
  • reporting any safety incidents or close calls within 24 hours to supervisor, and
  • accepting feedback from supervisors and coworkers regarding your personal safety performance.

Job Requirements

Education/Experience Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in a related field and six years of recent, relevant experience —or— Master’s degree in a related field and four years of recent, relevant experience —or— May consider 10 years of recent, relevant experience with understanding of degree completion deadline; subject matter expert in one area of HR. At least three years of benefits administration experience.

Certification: Possesses and maintains at least one of the below certifications. If not certified upon hire, must obtain certification within 12 months of start date.

  • HR Certification Institute’s Professional in Human Resources or Senior Professional in Human Resources (PHR/SPHR)
  • Society for Human Resource Management’s Certified Professional or Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP)
  • Certified Compensation Professional (CCP)
  • Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS)
  • Society for Human Resource Management’s Talent Acquisition Specialty Credential

Knowledge and Skills

Knowledge of – current knowledge of all areas of HR, including federal and state employment laws; HR metrics; HRIS

Skill in – demonstrated interpersonal skills, presentation skills, ability to analyze data and draw valid conclusions, determining when issues need escalation to HR management

Special Requirements

  • A valid state driver’s license is required.
  • Will perform work at various utility sites and remotely, with at least one day per week at Ephrata Headquarters.
  • In-person attendance at weekly Business Partner at least once each month.

Physical Requirements

Majority of work is performed in a standard office setting. Ability to operate a motor vehicle is required. May perform work in a hybrid telecommuting setting.

How to Apply:  Grant PUD Website, HRBP-Benefits
Company Contact:  Mary Tasson, [email protected]
Job Title: Human Resources Business Partner (Generalist)
Company: Grant County Public Utility District
Location: Ephrata, WA
Salary: $78,000-$126,000 Annually
 

Job Summary: Grant PUD has an opening for a Human Resources Business Partner. This position will be a strategic contributor, serving as a consultant for business units for employee and labor relations, and driving HR initiatives. What are we looking for in the HRBP? The ideal candidates will have a bachelor’s degree in a related field and at least 6 years of recent, relevant experience. Strong knowledge of all areas of HR is required. Why do you want to join Team Grant? Grant PUD offers generous educational and professional development benefits, has state-of-the-art technology, and provides an exceptional benefits package. All this plus a team that considers each other as family. The question isn’t “why do you want to join Team Grant?” It’s “why would you not want to join Team Grant”!

Description

The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) acts as a consultant for company management on all issues related to human resources and provides support for organizational changes. The HRBP will perform at a strategic level and will also perform routine work while presenting a professional, value-added representation of the human resources function.

Job Responsibilities

Essential Functions:  Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following representative duties, knowledge, and skills. This is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class; employees may be assigned duties which are not listed below; reasonable accommodations will be made as required. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement and is subject to change at any time by the employer. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

Provides daily HR guidance and support to assigned business units.

  • Provides HR management support by serving as the first point of HR contact, attending leadership meetings, and providing HR policy guidance. Identifies training needs and partners with Organizational Development/Education to link resources to assigned business units. Analyzes HR metrics, identifies trends and areas for opportunity, and assists leadership in developing action plans. Supports administration of organizational surveys (organizational health, employee engagement, etc.). Creates and presents ongoing HR education.
  • Performs work in employee relations by resolving employee relations/labor relations issues, documenting and logging issues; participating in investigations, documenting and logging investigations; participating in Labor Management meetings and documenting meeting outcomes; coaching staff-level and front-line supervisory employees on HR issues.
  • Performs talent acquisition duties by conducting non-bargaining unit recruitment, participating in interviews, and facilitating apprenticeships. Assists leaders with forecasting staffing needs; monitors and reports on workforce and succession planning. Supports recruitment functions/initiatives.

May provide functional expertise in one or more of the following areas: benefits, compensation, leave administration, talent acquisition.

Assists with developing budgets and/or forecasts for headcounts and compensation expenses.

Creates and updates job descriptions.

Recommends, develops, supports, and facilitates HR initiatives and strategies (researching, developing timelines, creating work standards, implementation of programs and policies, etc.).

Writes/updates policies and procedures. Completes annual review of assigned policies for relevance and appropriateness.

Meets ongoing position expectations, including but not limited to:

  • Attends internal trainings assigned to leadership staff.
  • Participates in at least 16 hours of HR development per year (conferences, webinars, seminars, workshops), and trains HR team on knowledge gained
  • Serves on one PUD team (safety, continuous improvement, process improvement, etc.).
  • Learns and maintains in-depth understanding of assigned business units’ work.
  • Learns and maintains in-depth understanding of Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Demonstrates commitment to Grant PUD’s mission, vision, values, strategic plan and Vision 2021. The incumbent should be familiar with these organizational priorities and behave in a way that aligns with these expectations.

Understands and adheres to compliance requirements for this position that may include laws, regulations, security guidelines, Grant PUD policies and procedures.

Actively participates in all aspects of our safety program, including but not limited to:

  • following all safety policies and procedures,
  • alerting supervisors and coworkers to unsafe or hazardous working conditions,
  • reporting any safety incidents or close calls within 24 hours to supervisor, and
  • accepting feedback from supervisors and coworkers regarding your personal safety performance.

Job Requirements

Education/Experience Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in a related field and six years of recent, relevant experience —or— Master’s degree in a related field and four years of recent, relevant experience —or— May consider 10 years of recent, relevant experience with understanding of degree completion deadline; subject matter expert in one area of HR. At least three years of benefits administration experience.

Certification: Possesses and maintains at least one of the below certifications. If not certified upon hire, must obtain certification within 12 months of start date.

  • HR Certification Institute’s Professional in Human Resources or Senior Professional in Human Resources (PHR/SPHR)
  • Society for Human Resource Management’s Certified Professional or Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-CP/SHRM-SCP)
  • Certified Compensation Professional (CCP)
  • Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS)
  • Society for Human Resource Management’s Talent Acquisition Specialty Credential

Knowledge and Skills

Knowledge of – current knowledge of all areas of HR, including federal and state employment laws; HR metrics; HRIS

Skill in – demonstrated interpersonal skills, presentation skills, ability to analyze data and draw valid conclusions, determining when issues need escalation to HR management

Special Requirements

  • A valid state driver’s license is required.
  • Will perform work at various utility sites and remotely, with at least one day per week at Ephrata Headquarters.
  • In-person attendance at weekly Business Partner at least once each month.

Physical Requirements

Majority of work is performed in a standard office setting. Ability to operate a motor vehicle is required. May perform work in a hybrid telecommuting setting.

How to Apply: Grant PUD Website, HRBP-Generalist
Company Contact: Mary Tasson, [email protected]

 


Job Title: Human Resources Generalist
Company: City of Kennewick
Location: Kennewick, WA
Salary: $66,744.00 - $93,444.00 Annually

SUMMARY OF POSITION: Under the supervision of the Human Resources Director, an HR Generalist has a broad scope of responsibility to support human resources programs throughout the City including recruitment and onboarding, compensation and benefits, training and development, labor relations, occupational safety and health, and HR laws and regulations. An HR Generalist will work closely with other City staff in all departments and at all levels in the organization to support the City’s overall goals and objectives.

CORE VALUE STATEMENT: The City of Kennewick will provide excellent public service and ensure the safety and wellbeing of our community and one another through the empowerment of each employee. We value integrity, inclusiveness, stewardship, and communication. We are accountable to our community for innovative and collaborative efforts that anticipate needs, leverage resources, and deliver solutions.

SAFETY STATEMENT: The City of Kennewick expects all employees to follow applicable safety practices and policies, including those established by OSHA/DOSH regulations and by the City’s Accident Prevention Plan. Employees will actively identify and correct potential hazards that may affect employee and public safety, emphasize the importance of completing work safely from planning stages through completion of work, and lead by example to promote a positive culture of workplace safety.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED (ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY):The following list reflects the essential job duties and responsibilities of this classification but is not all-inclusive. HR Generalists perform a variety of other related duties as required.

  • Oversees all phases of recruitment and new employee onboarding by developing effective recruitment plans, creating job-specific marketing materials, identifying qualified candidates, participating in candidate interviews and evaluations, conducting new employee orientations, and facilitating smooth transitions into City employment.
  • Facilitates new employee benefit enrollment, processes and assists with ongoing benefit changes, and conducts annual open enrollment; coordinates with the City’s service providers concerning routine administration of various benefit and leave programs.

  • Gathers and analyzes a wide variety of job-related data from comparable cities or other agencies; recommends changes to job classifications, job descriptions, compensation, or other benefits based on market data and City needs.

  • Administers employee leave programs, including leave authorized under the FMLA, PFML, and all other applicable federal and state leave entitlements.
  • Plans, coordinates, and facilitates City-wide training and development opportunities to promote professional development and to comply with federal or state rules and regulations, as well as HR best practices.
  • Supports positive relationships with the City’s five labor unions; facilitates and occasionally leads routine labor/management meetings or discussions; supports labor negotiations by gathering and analyzing relevant labor market data.
  • Researches and recommends appropriate changes to City personnel policies in response to changing federal or state rules or regulations, as well as changing business needs.
  • Participates in employment-related investigations and assists department managers in developing and administering coaching, counseling, and discipline when necessary.
  • Prepares and maintains human resources records, reports, and files; complies with record retention requirements and facilitates responses to public records requests.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS:This position requires an associate’s degree and at least three years of progressively responsible experience in human resources administration, or any combination of relevant education and experience sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the duties listed above. The City will give preference to candidates with a bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field and to Spanish-speaking candidates. Additionally, candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • Must pass a criminal background investigation.
  • Must maintain a level of mental and physical fitness required to perform the essential functions of this classification.

SUPPLEMENTAL REQUIREMENTS: To perform the essential functions of the classification, incumbents must be able to demonstrate the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Must demonstrate broad knowledge of Microsoft Operating Systems and Microsoft Office Suite products, including Outlook, Word, and Excel.
  • Must demonstrate working knowledge of federal and state employment laws as they relate to public sector employers.
  • Must demonstrate high level of interpersonal skills and the ability to handle sensitive and confidential situations and documentation.
  • Must demonstrate ability to read, understand, interpret, and explain policies, procedures, rules, regulations, and legal requirements to a diverse audience.
  • Must demonstrate excellent attention to detail.
  • Must occasionally travel outside of the Tri-Cities area for training opportunities, including limited overnight travel.
  • Must maintain regular attendance and punctuality.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: HR Generalists must regularly speak and listen; must meet standard vision requirements; must regularly sit, stand, and walk; must demonstrate acceptable manual dexterity and fine motor skills; must regularly lift files, open file cabinets, and bend as necessary; and must occasionally lift office products or supplies weighing up to 30 pounds.

WORK SCHEDULE: HR Generalists will initially work full-time, Monday through Friday, and may be eligible for an alternate work schedule with every other Friday off work. Overtime may be occasionally required. This classification is exempt under the FLSA.

How to Apply: Apply online
Company Contact: T[email protected] (509)585-4240
Posting Date: 4/4/2022 - 4/18/2022


Job Title: Human Resources Manager
Company: Ben Franklin Transit
Location: Richland, WA
Salary: $73,923 - $110,885

Job Summary: Manage employment related programs and processes related to recruiting, onboarding, recordkeeping and reporting; administer HRIS systems and related department activities; develop and maintain personnel related programs and procedures; ensure agency compliance with internal processes and applicable employment laws.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities/KSA
  • Administer full cycle activities related to the employment process including position control, advertising, applicant tracking, interviewing and recordkeeping; oversee selecting, orienting, and new-employee orientation.
  • Manage all onboarding activities including forms completion and new employee orientation; coordinate the development and implementation of brand-right employee manuals, forms, training and related communication programs.
  • Ensure compliance with Drug & Alcohol testing, employment verification, authorization and certification requirements including Fair Credit Reporting Act, I-9 recordkeeping, Commercial Driver License (CDL) and Department of Transportation (DOT) Medical Certifications.
  • Ensure data compliance for Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS); administer the accurate and timely application of HRIS data for employee records such as compensation adjustments; personnel actions, employee relations and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) recordkeeping for program compliance.
  • Develop dashboard reporting capabilities to benchmark and track trends; provide on-demand reporting for employment and workforce analysis; oversee and perform regular audits of system data; address discrepancies to ensure compliance with data integrity; address accountability for accuracy among HR staff.
  • Partner with management to communicate human resource policies, procedures, programs, and laws; craft concisely written correspondence with brand-right messaging for targeted audiences.
  • Ensure compliance with collective bargaining agreements in related areas of responsibility such as job postings, probation and wage progression.
  • Participate in the development and execution of Agency succession plan including ongoing competency and leadership development programs. 
  • Manage and maintain EEO program compliance and activity updates; collect, organize, and analyze Equal Employment Opportunity data; monitor compliance with planned outcomes and report on progress.
  • Develop and implement recruiting programs to align with Agency's EEO program to target specific outreach groups; ensure accurate applicant tracking.
  • Ensure all required Federal and State employment posters are current and posted appropriately.
  • Participate in various Agency meetings and committees; collaborate with internal departments and external groups; represent the Agency at career fairs and other community related functions.
  • Provide guidance and administer application of employee handbooks, policies, and procedures to ensure compliance with laws; recommend changes to executive management; conduct and/or assist with investigations
  • Assist the Human Resources & Labor Relations Director in a variety of functionally related assignments; develop, execute and manage a variety of related projects; provide back-up to the Director as needed.
  • Work with and maintain confidential information.
  • Demonstrate regular and punctual attendance.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
  • Applicable Federal, State, and local laws, codes, and regulations governing human resources.
  • Implement practices and procedures of employment law, recruitment, employee records management, employee relations and targeted development training.
  • Business and management principles involved in planning resource allocation, human resource modeling, leadership techniques, and coordination of people and resources.
  • Comprehend and utilize HRIS technology and database reporting software to track personnel information.
  • Experience in research methods, data collection, sampling techniques, and statistical analysis to prepare and maintain technical records and reports.
  • Work confidentially with discretion.
  • Use tact, prudence and sound judgement within general policy, procedural and legal guidelines.
  • Apply principles and practices in interpersonal relationship building and employee coaching.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills to interact with external and internal groups.
  • Learn new technologies, policies, procedures and guidelines established by professional organizations and/or governing agencies.
  • Utilize office equipment and other relevant technology (software and systems) to meet business needs.
  • Understand, follow, and support management direction in a continual-change environment.
  • Work effectively as a team member and independently; apply organizational and time management skills; meet deadlines and comply with Agency policies.
  • Exercise sound judgment and identify viable solutions.
  • Focus on tasks and recall details; handle frequent interruptions.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or related field from an accredited institution and five-years of progressive experience in a human resource environment; or an equivalent combination of experience, training, and education. Must possess a valid driver’s license.
 
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Three-years’ experience in full-cycle recruiting and employment practice management. Prior experience leading a Human Resources department in a labor environment.

How to Apply: Apply online
Company Contact: Wendi Warner, HR & Labor Relations Director
Posting Date: 3/16/2022 - 4/15/2022


Job Title: Human Resources Specialist
Company: City of Pasco
Location: City of Pasco, WA
Salary: $29.99 - $36.00/hour, plus benefits

SUMMARY OF POSITION:  Under the direction of the Human Resources Director, assists in a wide variety of responsible and confidential tasks supporting the operation of the Human Resources Department. Duties may include the following: recruitment and placement, employee development and training, compensation, completion of salary surveys, Police and Fire Civil Service administration, and employee benefits. Provide customer service and technical assistance to the general public, all levels of management and employees. Work independently and make decisions within the framework of existing policies and procedures.

REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: (Any equivalent combination of education and experience, which provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the job.):

  • Two (2) years of college-level coursework in Human Resources, Business Administration, office management or related field.
  • Two (2) years of experience in Human Resources or closely related field.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • HRIS experience
  • Classification and compensation experience
  • Collective bargaining/union environment experience
  • Benefits and leave management experience

How to Apply: Click Here
Company Contact: Amy Haggerty, Senior HR Generalist
Posting Date: Closes February 7, 2022


Company: Cadwell
Position Title: Payroll & Benefits Specialist
Position Type: Regular-Full Time
Position Location: Kennewick, WA (On-Site)

Position Description:
The Payroll and Benefits Specialist is responsible for maintaining payroll and employee benefit plans, ensuring pay and the benefits are processed on time, accurately, and in compliance with government regulations. This position is a member of the Human Resources department and is located at company headquarters in Kennewick, WA.

Key Duties / Responsibilities:
• Implements, maintains, and reviews payroll and benefit processing to ensure timely and accurate processing of payroll and benefit transactions including salaries, self-insurance plan, 401(k), garnishments, taxes, and other deductions
• Ensures accurate and timely processing of payroll updates including new hires, terminations, and changes to pay rates
• Prepares and maintains accurate records and reports of payroll and benefit transactions
• Ensures compliance with federal, state, and local payroll, wage, and hour laws and best practices
• Facilitates audits by providing records and documentation to auditors
• Identifies and recommends updates to payroll accounting software, systems, and procedures
• Performs other duties as requested, directed, or assigned
 
Education / Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or similar field preferred
• 2+ years of experience as a payroll accountant or in a similar role of related work experience required
• Fundamental Payroll Certification (FPC) or Certified Payroll Professional (CPP) desired

Job Knowledge / Requirements:
• Familiar with payroll fundamentals, including: payroll laws and regulations, payroll data and records management
• Able to maintain sensitive information in confidence
• Complete work both independently and as an effective member of the team, adapting to changing requirements, deadlines, and priorities as needed
• Communicate clearly and professionally through listening, speaking, and writing skills; remain professional and solutions-focused while interacting with others
• Excellent knowledge of MS Office and Google applications, query tools, database systems and applications, and Excel
• Critical success criteria including attention to detail, organized approach to work, effective time management and follow-through
• Extensive knowledge of payroll functions including preparation, balancing, internal control, and payroll taxes
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
• Proficient with payroll software
 
Physical Requirements / Working Conditions:
• General office positions may require some reaching, bending, stooping, squatting, crawling, kneeling, pushing, pulling, lifting and carrying up to 35 pounds, finger dexterity, repetitive motions, standing, walking, sitting, hearing, visual acuity, color vision, and 2-way written/verbal communication. More specific details may be provided as needed or requested.
• Use of computer and telephone
• Work hours outside normal business hours may be required to meet business needs
 
This position will remain open until filled.
How to Apply: Click Here

Company Contact: Silvia Valdez, [email protected], (509) 735-6481 ext. 307


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