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    Southern Oregon Eductaion Service District oversees the special education services for Klamath, Josephine, and Jackson counties, with about 250 employees. 

    Currently Seeking Human Resources Manager to:

    • Support Program leaders with recruitment, hiring, staff assignment, coaching,  personnel issues, compensation, etc.
    • Work collaboratively with labor groups, ensure adherence to collective bargaining agreements and contracts
    • Participate in negotiations and collective bargaining as directed by Superintendent
    • Facilitate employee evaluations and professional growth programs
    • Positive attitude, honesty, integrity, and able to maintain confidentiality

    Interested applicants should email their resume to:

    Date: June 25, 2018

    2 Positions Open, to apply for either of these positions visit:

    Benefit Package for both positions include:

    ● Employer-paid health insurance: Medical, Dental & Vision
    ● Flexible Spending Account for healthcare expenses (optional,
    employee contribution)
    ● Supplemental insurance (optional, employee paid)
    ● Paid Time Off:
    ○ Three days paid vacation upon hire
    ○ Additional one week paid vacation after one year of
    ○ Up to 40 hour paid sick leave per year
    ○ Seven paid federal holidays, plus the day after Thanksgiving
    ● Eligible for pay increase (up to 4% annually)
    ● Discretionary annual bonus up to 12.5% of base wage
    ● $100 Monthly Mafia Card
    ● Lunch Provided
    ● Free “Drink One For Dane” gear

    Human Resources Specialist

    This role is responsible for supporting the following areas in of Human Resources with guidance and general oversight from the Employee Relations & Compliance Manager as well as grand opening employee management for stand employees:
    Data Management – Stand Employees
    ● Enter new hire information into to system of record
    ● Research and collect missing documentation in required timeframes
    ● Manage employee update information and processes necessary paperwork
    ● Process termination paperwork and enter data in system of record
    ● Inform HR Generalist and Payroll Processors of all new, updating, and terminating employees for benefits enrollment, employment changes, terminations, etc.
    ● Collect information on terminating employees and work with payroll to ensure final paycheck laws and policies are being followed
    ● Resignation notices
    ● Coaching forms
    ● Support All Star and Cover eligibility and paperwork, ensuring they can be paid timely.
    Compliance Support - Stand Employees
    ● Process unemployment claims and communicate with state agencies, as needed
    ● Conduct employment verifications
    Employee Communications
    ● Assist operators, managers and other employees with HR questions, as needed
    Other Duties (as needed)
    ● Support the VP and Employee Relations & Compliance Manager with research and other
    projects, as needed
    ● Identifies gaps in processes and opportunities for more effectiveness and efficiency in the


    High school diploma plus 2 years experience in the Human Resources field or Bachelor's Degree in a pertinent subject matter area. Must have good verbal and written communication skills and problem-solving skills. Organizational skills are a must. Experience with Google Drive, Gmail and Microsoft Office product preferred. Must understand the importance and value of and be able to
    maintain confidentiality at all times.

    HR Auditor

    Tasks & Responsibilities:
    ● Audits HR Specialist data entry
    ● Assists with documenting internal processes to ensure company's standards are visible and
    available for all necessary parties
    ● Prepares monthly report for HRIS Analyst to review internal process inefficiencies and
    inaccuracy trends
    ○ Audits and verifies daily entries and researches issues relating to employee's benefits,
    insurance, payroll, labor relations, etc.
    ● Audits and updates a variety of confidential and sensitive electronic and/or hard copy records
    and/or files, which requires considerable use of tact and discretion in handling
    ● Updates and maintains human resource databases and/or electronic systems with the guidance
    of HRIS Analyst through routine monthly reports
    ● Provides routine information to HR Specialists, Health Benefit Manager, and VP of HR, as well
    as other departments as requested.
    ● Prepares requested reports on topics such as employment, terminations, and/or compensation
    ● Reconcile employment paperwork with HR and Payroll system data entries – ensure accuracy
    and completeness
    ● Audit seasonal employment processes and data entry, as needed
    ○ Timbers, Coacha, Grand Openings, etc.
    ● Ensure HR and Payroll systems align and are properly maintained

    Minimum Qualifications

    Strong analytical skills (need to see through the data and analyze it to find conclusions), and communication skills (often called to present findings, or translate the data into an understandable document). Should have solid critical thinking skills (must be able to look at the
    numbers, trends, and data and come to new conclusions based on the findings). Must have strong attention to detail and math skills. Education or experience in IT and/or Human Resources preferred. Familiarity with general HR principles and Payroll operations a plus.


    Date: June 5, 2018

    Position Title:  HR Director

    The HR Director and key leader in our organization is directly responsible for all HR management, including forecasting, strategic planning, pay and benefits program, employee status changes, onboarding and training coordination, annual performance management processes, staffing needs, outreach and recruitment, HR budgeting and supervision of the HR team.

    About the agency: Kairos is a non-profit, multi-service, mental health agency that provides a comprehensive array of services and support to children, adolescents, young adults, and families struggling with trauma and other mental and behavioral issues. Known state-wide and nationally for innovation, quality, and accountability in its provision of services, Kairos commits itself to continuous learning and grounding of evidence based treatment models and emerging best practices in mental health through partnerships and training opportunities with leaders in the mental health field. Over its 39 years it has grown in scope and now operates out of five counties. Kairos is licensed by the Oregon Department of Human Services and certified by the Oregon Health Authority, and has been accredited by The Joint Commission since 1984.

    Successful candidates will have:  Minimum requirement is at least 5 years of HR experience at exempt, management level and a bachelor’s degree, or equivalent combination of education and experience.  HR professional certification preferred.   Demonstrated experience designing and building an HR infrastructure and related programs.  Experience with Human Resource Information System (HRIS), HR Applicant Tracking System (ATS), and HR reporting and analytics. Familiarity of Oregon employment laws and mental health industry preferred.  Proficiency required in Microsoft Office applications including Excel.  

    HR Director/ Grants Pass, OR     
    Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm                                      
    Compensation: $4,709.43-$6534.80 per Month DOE
    Benefits: 2.4 weeks paid time-off, 1 week of paid sick-time the first year of employment, 6 paid holidays per year, health, vision and dental insurance, 401k with up to 6% employer contribution. Agency is qualified for federal student aid public service loan forgiveness program.

    Applicants should send a resume and cover letter outlining how they meet the specific requirements of the position to
    While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those candidates with minimum qualifications and selected for interview will be contacted.

    Please note the selected candidate will be required to submit and pass a Background and Medicaid fraud check as well as a safe driving check in order to operate agency vehicles.

     EEO Employer/Veterans/Disabled

    BBSI Seeks  Southern Oregon Area Payroll/Finance Manager

    Interested persons should send their resumes to

    FLSA CLASSIFICATION: Salary – Exempt

    The BBSI Area Payroll/Finance Manager position fulfills the following crucial objectives:

    • Consults with customers on a broad range of organizational and management issues, as a key member of a business unit - including full participation in the BBSI Business Analysis process of customer prospect account discovery and onboarding.
    • Processes perfect and timely payroll, and provides solutions to improve payroll processes and systems for our customers and BBSI.
    • Mentors a team of payroll account managers within the area with the goal of enhancing payroll administration, team efficiency, accuracy, and personal/professional development.

    This person must demonstrate strong business acumen, and possess an entrepreneurial spirit with a genuine desire to proactively and consistently deliver value to our clients and internal teams.

    REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: This position reports to the Area Manager and works in partnership with other positions within the business unit, branch, and corporate office.


    • Act as a business owners advocate, conducting appropriate analysis of business financials
    • Run perfect and timely on- and off-cycle payrolls for multiple customer companies
    • Become an expert in BBSI payroll, timekeeping and HRIS systems and identify systems options to achieve better results for clients
    • Perform on-site customer payroll training, implementation planning, and contract renewals
    • Respond to, and provide solutions to resolve, customer payroll tax reporting questions
    • Manage A/R, net calculations, assist with customer audits, billing and contract administration
    • Analyze current and historical billing data in order to ensure accuracy and consistency between customer contract proposals, deliverables, and charges
    • Identify customer reporting needs and develop and prepare reports
    • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned


    • Effective communicator with individuals at all levels within an organization
    • Displays acumen for leadership, accountability, organization and time management
    • Strong customer service presence
    • Deadline Disciplined
    • Dependable and Flexible
    • Strong attention to detail, results, and quality of work
    • Business-owner empathy, understanding of economic environment and effect on business
    • Stakeholder mentality
    • Embracing of change and innately curious
    • Highly ethical


    • Minimum 7 years of payroll experience with multiple customers and/or operational departments
    • High-level electronic payroll system experience
    • General Ledger accounting acumen and management
    • Full proficiency in Excel
    • Knowledge of Federal/ORST wage and hour laws, including wage taxation understanding
    • CPP or FPC certification preferred
    • Strong customer service acumen and work experience
    • Professional appearance and demeanor
    • Bachelor’s degree - Finance and/or Accounting preferred
    • Possession of a valid driver’s license with automobile insurance meeting BBSI criteria
    • Regional travel ability, with occasional overnight travel out-of-area


    • Sit and stand for extended periods of time
    • Reach in all directions
    • Ability to lift 25 lbs. maximum or carry any object weighing up to 15 lbs.
    • Bend, twist, kneel and stoop
    • Write legible reports
    • Read notes, memos and printed material
    • Speak clearly and communicate effectively

    The Human Resources Generalist provides comprehensive human resources support to La Clinica employees. The Human Resources Generalist will build and develop effective relationships with the leaders and employees to influence and execute HR processes and initiatives. This position is responsible for implementing and managing HR policies, procedures and programs. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to) benefits and compensation, employee relations, employee engagement and policy and procedure development. This position maintains knowledge of all Federal and State regulations and reporting requirements and ensures all HR policies, procedures and reports are in compliance. This position provides support to the Human Resources Director.
    Accountabilities Include:
    Performs Essential Job Duties
    • Provides support in all areas of human resources and assists with day-to-day operations including: employee relations; compensation and benefits administration; performance management and improvement systems; design and management of personnel records; recruitment and hiring practices; FMLA/OFLA process; employment and compliance to regulatory concerns; employee orientation, development, and training; policy development and documentation; and HR communication facilitation.
    • Conducts thorough investigations regarding employee relations matters, safety and performance issues and other behaviors that may be a violation of La Clinica’s policies. Reviews results with Human Resources Director and makes recommendations on course of action.
    • Coaches, counsels and guides supervisors before executing employee disciplinary actions.
    • Assist in the development, administration and ongoing monitoring of Performance Improvement Plans (PIPs). Works with supervisors to ensure clear objectives, consistent approach and regular follow up. Ensure planning, monitoring and appraisal of employee work results.
    • Processes all terminations and resignations ensuring that the proper documentation is filed, and conducts exit interviews.
    • Will be the primary contact for our unemployment contractor, providing appropriate documentation and coordinating La Clinica's participation in unemployment hearings.
    • Supports the Human Resources team and Payroll Specialist in end to end administration of the ADP system. Expand knowledge in payroll functionality and provide backup support to the Payroll Specialist.
    • Develop system improvement strategies to ensure consistency and accuracy of HR and payroll functions.
    • Audit, update and process monthly benefit premium payments.
    • Works closely with providers and employees to process, track and reimburse continuing education expenses and license renewals, and responds to loan repayment employment verifications.
    • Conducts quarterly and annual employee engagement and satisfaction surveys and sets and manages work plan to improve employee engagement.
    • Develop strategies to increase workforce readiness, retention, and engagement.
    • Proactively identifies HR improvement strategies to better support employees and supervisors and involves appropriate stakeholders in decision-making processes.
    • Develops, implements and maintains HR policies and procedures and documents HR workflows.
    • Assists in the development and implementation of employee in-service trainings and technical assistance.
    La Clinica reserves the right to modify this description at their discretion. This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only
    duties to be performed by the employee(s) incumbent in this position. Employee(s) will be required to follow any other job-related instructions
    and to perform any other job-related duties requested by any person authorized to give instructions or assignments.
    • Responsible for managing and coordinating all organizational events and programs such as holiday celebrations, parades and other team building functions.
    • In coordination with the Human Resources Director, will conduct an annual market review of the organization’s pay structure and provide pay recommendations to senior leadership team.
    • Effectively communicates La Clinica’s mission and values to employees and clients.
    • May supervise, train and evaluate the work of assigned staff, temporary resources, and volunteers.
    • Participates in the selection of new employees and makes recommendations regarding the hiring, discipline, transfer and terminations of subordinate employees.
    • Manages and maintains affiliation agreements with schools and coordinates the apartment lease and student usage with landlord.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.

    • Excellent proficiency in written and verbal communication skills.
    • Skill in organizing time and managing multiple demands.
    • Strong computer skills including word processing, databases, spreadsheets, and statistical analysis. Experience with Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
    • Must be able to work productively both independently and in a team setting.
    • Valid Oregon Driver's License and insurance.

    Education and/or Experience:
    • Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or related field and 2-3 years of Human Resources experience; or six years of equivalent experience as a Human Resources Generalist may be substituted.
    • Knowledge of Federal and State employment law, Equal Employment Opportunity laws, and Human Resources policies and practices.
    • Previous experience in healthcare or other experience in a community-based nonprofit organization.
    • Experience working with ADP or other HRIS systems.
    • SPHR, PHR or SHRM-CP certification.
    • Bilingual in English/Spanish.

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