Job Title: Human Resources Manager Reports To: Chief Financial Officer
Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the Human Resources Manager is responsible for providing general direction and oversight with respect to personnel management, recruiting, compensation and benefits administration, and performance management.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Personnel Management • Ensures regulatory compliance with Federal, State, Local agencies for employee relations, recruitment activities and benefits • Annually reviews and makes recommendations to the CFO and Head of School for improvement of the School’s policies, procedures and practices on personnel matters. • Coordinates, updates and disseminates Employee Handbook information annually. • Coordinates and conducts exit interviews to determine the reasons behind separation. • Develops and maintains a human resources information system that meets School personnel information needs. • Completes employment verifications and participates in external surveys in all areas of Human Resources, including compensation, benefits and trend setting. • Provides strategic direction and overall guidance with respect to performance management standards and evaluation processes.
Benefits Administration • Assist employees with benefits resolutions regarding claims or coverage. • Coordinate annual open enrollment meeting to communicate benefit programs and deliver information and materials to employees. • Assist in the design of the employee benefits plan, including researching appropriate benefits to be included in the plan and joining the CFO in benefit renewal discussions and negotiations. • Coordinate 403(b) retirement program, including enrollments, changes, loans and terminations. Work with third party administrators to ensure compliance with plan and regulatory requirements. • Process benefit terminations and change of status; report benefit changes to respective carriers. • Reconcile benefit premiums, run reports, monitor coverage, audit premium invoices and approve/coordinate with Controller for payment. • Manage attendance using Paycom software and monitors balances for PTO and vacation accruals. • Coordinate disability and unemployment procedures; manage employee leaves and worker’s compensation claims.
Compensation Administration • Assist the CFO and Head of School in the annual review, preparation and administration of school’s wage and salary program; provide historical and appropriate benchmark data, ensure compliance with State salary and wage regulations. • Generate employment contracts annually and mid-year as required for employment changes, including Afterschool and Summer program teachers. • Provide compensation and other relevant data to Head of School, Division Heads and/or other Administrators relating to the employment of candidates.
Recruiting • Develop, implement, and oversee an overall employee recruitment and hiring process. • Coordinate with search firms or other recruitment sites to assist Administration in identifying appropriate candidates for each open position. • Schedule and oversee candidate interviews and school visits. • Provide guidance and training to employees with regards to conducting legal, appropriate, and effective interviews. • Develop and maintain a comprehensive and effective onboarding process upon hiring, including employment contract, benefits enrollment, health screening, and required coursework. • Work with Administrators to develop an employee orientation program for all newly hired employees.
Payroll and General Duties • Review and monitor payroll processing to ensure accuracy of payroll processing. • Provide accurate and timely information relating to compensation adjustments and benefit deductions for payroll processing. • Other duties as assigned by the Head of School or CFO
QUALIFICATIONS: The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required for this position.
• Bachelor’s degree • HR Certificate with minimum of 5 years of experience in the field of human resources management. • Thorough knowledge and applicability of all state and federal regulations including ERISA, COBRA, FMLA, CFRA, ADA, etc., as well as wage and hour laws as they relate to payroll. • High level of discretion and proven record of maintaining confidentiality and sound judgement. • Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills • Ability to multi-task • Ability to think out of the box, troubleshoot and resolve/know when to escalate • Able to work calmly in a face paced environment • Highly self-motivated and directed • Keen attention to detail • Proven analytical and problem-solving abilities • Exceptional customer service orientation • Experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment. • Proficient computer expertise in working Turning Point School software applications that include: Paycom, Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, as well as a strong aptitude to learn new software programs as needed.
Turning Point seeks candidates who will contribute to and are committed to diversity and multicultural educational practices, who demonstrate skills in cross-cultural teaching and leadership practices, and who are dedicated to working in a diverse community. The school seeks candidates who:
• Communicate effectively with diverse populations • Create an inclusive classroom/work environment • Use multicultural teaching/leadership methods, materials, and resources that reflect multiple perspectives • Engage in professional development opportunities to further develop inclusive teaching and leadership practices
Normal hours for the position are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Benefits include, but are not limited to, medical, dental, FSA, retirement plan, and paid vacation (for 12-month employees). Competitive salary based on experience.
Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to Chelsea Cota, at email@example.com.
Turning Point School is an Equal Opportunity Employer dedicated to promoting diversity in the workplace and seeking a diverse and broad spectrum of qualified candidates. Turning Point School does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex, gender or gender identity, age or sexual orientation.
About Turning Point School
Turning Point School, located in Culver City, California, is an independent, coeducational day school enrolling students in preschool through 8th grade from the greater Los Angeles area. Turning Point is committed to educating the whole child, instilling a natural love of learning, and setting the foundation for success in high school, college, and beyond. A Turning Point education immerses students in rich learning experiences that encourage and build natural curiosity and reward ingenuity – with the goal of helping students become well-balanced adults who are confident, honest, knowledgeable, community-focused, globally oriented, joyful, and well prepared to face a challenging and changing world. Learn more at www.turningpointschool.org.