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    City of Ormond Beach
    HR Generalist (Payroll/Benefits Specialist)

    Pays $40,000 - $48,000 depending on experience and qualifications
    Apply online at www.ormondbeach.org/jobs

    Summary:

    Position is responsible for performing complex administrative and technical work in the organization and execution of a variety of Human Resources personnel programs and activities.  Duties may include the coordination of employee benefit programs, payroll, wage and classification, recruitment and retention efforts, monitoring of personnel evaluations, and extensive employee contact.  Work involves considerable independence in the conduct of standard duties and is performed under the general direction of the Human Resources Manager.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    Manages multiple personnel databases and software systems for on- and off-boarding employees, processing payroll, and administering benefits.

    Performs payroll functions including personnel additions/changes; calculations for promotional and wage increases for employees; employee terminations; and other actions in the City’s system for the processing of payroll.

    Coordinates and administers employee benefit programs including enrollment of new employees; monthly audit and accuracy of invoices from insurance carriers; coordinating Open Enrollment meetings and changes; administering COBRA notifications; and invoices consistent with legal requirements, etc.

    Attends, participates in, and provides support for collective bargaining; interprets general provisions of collective bargaining agreements; and provides advice regarding procedural matters.

    Administers, implements, and evaluates employee training programs. Coordinates with departments for specific training needs.

    Assists supervisory staff with the resolution of personnel related issues, complaints, and disciplinary issues.

    Supports recruiting functions by assisting with interviews; testing; determining eligibility; coordinating the hiring process; administering promotional testing; evaluation process; and coordinating pre-employment physicals, backgrounds/reference checks, and drug testing.

    Plans and participates in review and maintenance of job descriptions, pay and classification plans, and internal policies.

    Maintains tracking system for performance evaluations including sending out evaluations at appropriate time, determining status of outstanding evaluations, and coordinating with City departments.

    Maintains employee and applicant files with accuracy, completeness, and confidentiality as required and/or permitted by law; coordinates records retention schedules with the City Clerk; and complies with public records requests.

    Responds to inquiries from prospective job applicants regarding current position vacancies, job requirements, and other employment related matters.

    Conducts new hire orientations; distributes and explains policies and procedures; and provides benefit information to new hires and existing employees.

    Assists with the planning and implementation of employee activities and events; i.e. job fairs and special events.

    Gathers data and compiles reports as assigned; may perform some analysis of data.

    Answers public inquiries regarding employment verifications, employment opportunities, salary schedules, as well as other inquiries from the general public.

    Acts as Recording Secretary for Human Resource Board.

    Assists in preparation for, response to, and recovery from, the impacts of a wide variety of disasters or emergency situations and may be temporarily assigned to other duties, locations, and shifts.

    Meets attendance requirements.

    Promotes positive customer service environment internally and externally.

    Performs other job related functions as assigned.

    Supervisory Responsibilities:

    None

    Education and/or Experience:

    Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management or a related field, plus at least five (5) years of related experience, or any equivalent combination of training and experience.

    Qualification Requirements:

    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Possession of a valid Florida driver’s license.

    Knowledge of general principles, practices, and procedures related to Human Resources administration, employee benefits, wage and hour laws, and labor relations.

    Basic knowledge of federal, state and local statutes, regulations and ordinances related to employment and personnel practices.

    Basic knowledge of collective bargaining agreements and the City’s Human Resources Policy, as may be amended from time to time.

    Ability to exercise independent judgment related to Human Resources matters and in the performance of daily tasks.

    Basic knowledge of Florida public records laws.

    Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.  Must be able to understand and express ideas clearly and concisely.  Must possess mastery of reading and writing skills such as spelling, punctuation and grammar.  Must be able to compose professional letters and reports representing the Department and the City.

    Proficient in using the Microsoft Office products including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

    Ability to establish and maintain effective and professional working relationships with other City employees, City Supervisors, and the general public.

    Ability to organize and prioritize duties to meet deadlines.

    Physical Demands:

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

    Ability to meet job demands under some stressful situations.

    Ability to exert light physical effort in sedentary to light work, but which may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of light weight (5 – 10 pounds).  Tasks involve extended periods of time at a keyboard or workstation.

    Some tasks require visual perception and discrimination.

    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.

    The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.


    John Knox Village, Orange City, FL
    Director of Human Resources

    We are looking for a career-minded professional to lead our HR Department by developing and implementing HR strategies and establishing and reaching HR objectives in line with our organizational objectives. Must have Bachelor Degree in Business, Human Resources or related field. HR experience required. HR experience in healthcare and SHRM or HRCI certification preferred.

    John Knox Village is a prestigious, full-service retirement community situated on over 200 beautiful acres in Orange City, Florida, with approximately 800 residents and 600 employees. This is a great organization with exceptional leadership. This position ‘sits at the table and contributes to the organization’. This is a great opportunity for someone with a heart for seniors. We offer a great salary/benefits package and a friendly, supportive work environment. For consideration please apply online at www.johnknox.com/careers. DFWP & EOE


    WCA, Orange City, FL
    Regional HR Recruiter

    WCA is searching for a Regional HR Recruiter

    The Regional HR Recruiter is responsible for full life-cycle recruiting:  recruiting, screening and recommending placement of staff by using creative sourcing methods (internal and external).  50% travel throughout the region, which includes:  Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Tennessee will be required.  This position will be based out of our Orange City, FL location.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Develop recruiting strategies with support from the Corporate HR team for positions for the region with a concentration on drivers, operators, mechanics and customer service representatives.

    • Create, post, and manage effective job advertisements and postings.

    • Identify sourcing options and building networks to deliver qualified candidates to ensure a steady flow of applicants to meet future demands.

    • Develop and manage relationships with driving schools as well as other outside recruiting sources/vendors.

    • Ensure the onboarding and orientation process is followed and assist with ongoing improvements.

    • Work with business leaders and Human Resources to develop hiring strategies that align with business objectives and corporate culture.

    • Build credibility internally with colleagues, customers, and externally with potential candidates.

    • Work with various resources to build our reputation and brand in the community as an employer of choice.

    Qualifications:

    Required:

    • 2 - 3 years of recruiting experience with knowledge of successful recruitment strategies (a background in waste industry and/or previous experience in recruiting drivers a plus).

    • Knowledge of and demonstrated ability to use interview techniques.

    • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks.

    • Ability to produce accurate, detailed, high quality work.

    • Ability to travel 50%

    • Strong commitment to safety

    • Willingness to submit to a background check and drug screens.

    • Must be able to learn and use interpersonal skills relating to good customer service.

    Preferred:

    • Bachelor’s degree in HR, business or related field

    • Bilingual, Spanish/English

    • SHRM Certified Professional


    Command Medical Products, Ormond Beach
     
    POSITION SUMMARY
    The ideal candidate is a critical thinker who will proactively ensure compliance to and improve the quality system of Command Medical Products through internal audits, participation in process improvement programs and interaction with key stakeholders. The incumbent must insure internal and external customer quality expectations are met. Formal problem solving experience in manufacturing environment using tools such as Six Sigma/DMAIC is a requirement.

    ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES • Lead the quality department as part of the executive team to collaborate on company strategy and deployment with direct accountability for quality department budget. • Manages and maintain all aspects of the quality management system to ensure regulatory compliance, maintenance of ISO certification and product quality excellence • Acts as management representative for all FDA, ISO and customer audits with a goal of zero (0) major findings • Develop and supervise highly functional quality department including: Quality lab supervisor, documentation control clerk(s) and quality engineers. Provide guidance, support, coaching, mentoring, training and ongoing performance feedback to foster a strong and collaborative team • Create and maintain internal audit plan inclusive of: auditor training, scheduled plan for audit completion and closure of internal audit findings to ensure compliance to the quality management system • Provide specific oversight of incoming area to ensure raw materials are received into inventory via appropriate inspection within designated time frame metric to support production requirements. Current target of 3 days from receipt • Implement company-wide utilization of SPC/Trending within incoming inspection and production to prevent potential issues and support continuous improvement objectives • Assume ownership for tactical execution of the quality department with specific emphasis on meeting metrics established including: • Internal Quality Issues • Disposition within 3 days for 90% of the issues • Identifies root causes and preventative actions within 30 days • Complaint Handling • Acknowledges within 24 hours and closes 95% of complaints within 30 days or less • Leads, directs, and ensures customer satisfaction in the resolution of quality failure events • Provides leadership analyzing customer returns • CAPA’s • Closes 95% within 60 days • Leads/supports root cause identification of sustainable corrective actions for Corrective and Preventative Actions (CAPAs) • Drives continuous improvement by leading formal problem solving events with internal and external teams • Explores, researches and maintain appropriate metrology/lab equipment to meet demands of the business • Assists and supports customer and prospective client visits as required • Performs other duties as necessary in support of business objectives.

    EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: • BA or BS in Engineering or technical discipline (will consider same/similar work experience in lieu of formal degree). • GD&T Training preferred. • CQM, CQA preferred

    TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: • Experience with APQP, PFMEA, SPC, measurement techniques, metrology, blueprints, and control plans • QMS administration, supplier quality development • Knowledge of: • Thorough understanding of FDA, ISO 13485:2016 requirements and auditing • Complaint handling & CAPA process • SPC/Trending • Documentation control

    INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE • 5+ years relevant work experience in a MFG environment • Demonstrated problem solving skills • Demonstrated customer service skills

    COMPETENCIES • Must be resourceful – find ways to deal with barriers to success • Must recognize own strengths and weaknesses • Works through conflicts constructively • Utilizes Fact Based Problem Solving • Analyzes and solves problems based on facts • Understands, practices and uses fact based problem solving tools (Fishbone, 8D, 5 Why’s, etc.) • Analyzes Issues • Uses logical rational thought to make good decisions quickly • Gathers relevant information systematically • Considers a broad range of issues or factors • Grasps complexities and perceived relationships among problem or issues • Seeks input from others • Uses accurate logic in analysis • Sets stretch goals for self and team • Shows high level of accountability • Provides praise and recognition along with constructive criticism and feedback • Demonstrates ability to be respectfully assertive when necessary • Highly organized with excellent attention to detail • Must be a hands on person, willing to dig in as necessary • Exhibits excellent Communication skills • Writes effectively; Conveys information clearly and effectively through formal and informal documents • Reviews and edits written work constructively • Demonstrates ability with Process Evaluation/Improvement • Analyzes current processes to determine if they need to be changed or if entirely new processes need to be implemented • Identifies opportunities to improve a process by making it more efficient and/or effective while achieving superior results • Utilizes Workflow Analysis • Decomposes high level functions into their functional pieces and analyzes the processes to determine how efficiently the functions are being performed. • Utilizes Statistical Tools • Has high level of understanding and use of SPC, regression analysis, significance testing, measurement system analysis, as quality improvement tools • Applies Error Proofing • Understands the use and design of error proofing devices • Metrology Tools • Understands the use and maintenance of calipers, height gages, gage blocks, etc. • Command Medical Products operating systems principles and objectives • Recognizes all CMP established operating systems (e.g. quality, environmental) • Understands the responsibility to maintain; familiarity with our systems and this position’s role in support of these systems, including considering the impact of individual actions on the systems and the responsibility to communicate concerns and improvement ideas

    CULTURAL EXPECTATIONS Our Core Values impact how the business is managed from day to day operational decisions through leadership deployment of long-term strategic planning. 1.) Accountable to our; Employees (well-being), Customers (value), Stakeholders (profitability), Community (stewardship). 2.) Lead and act with Integrity, Honesty and Respect 3.) Commitment to Operational Excellence Companywide The entire employee family within Command Medical Products have a common belief in our core values and we are proud of what they stand for. Members joining our team are expected to believe and follow our Core Values by: • Being open, fair and honest. • By honoring our commitments • Having a bias toward action and look at every experience as a learning opportunity • Being curious and continuously learning and growing • Seeking out new challenges and taking calculated risks • Leading by example and providing opportunities for other to learn • Being a team player; placing our shared fate above personal ambition • Creating an environment free of fear, where healthy conflict leads to better solutions • Recognizing others’ contributions to the team’s success • Make a difference by creating something better than what you begin with This position description is intended to provide a general overview and guide the activities for the QARA Manager. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work and the competencies required by persons assigned to this job. They are not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, knowledge, skills, abilities and working conditions associated with this job
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    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach
     
    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Human Resources Department is currently recruiting for an experienced Compensation Analyst to join the HR Operations Team. The Compensation Analyst is responsible for supporting the implementation, communication and administration of compensation programs, as well as policies and procedures. This role is responsible for supporting the annual merit cycle. This position is also responsible for in-depth analysis of internal and external compensation data, partnering with business managers and executives on compensation related matters, working with cross-functional teams on various projects and initiatives, developing solutions to compensation situations, and will ensure compliance with federal, state and local laws/regulations impacting compensation practices. This position will provide analytical services to the HR Department by assisting in decision making on a variety of compensation and administrative issues. The Compensation Analyst will perform analytical work in areas pertaining to wage and salary administration and prepare and present concise reports, analyses, and recommendations to HR leadership.  The Analyst will also facilitate the use of reporting tools and database technology for the Human Resources operations to maximize customer satisfaction, staff effectiveness and information as a management tool. The Compensation Analyst will assist with University compensation policies and procedures and develop and lead training programs specific to Compensation. They will also be tasked with supporting university-wide strategic initiatives through a variety of assessments and metrics utilizing several different technologies and methodologies.
     
    Responsibilities include the following:
     
    Compensation Administration: 
    • Manage the completions of multiple salary surveys and governmental reporting including, but not limited to:
    • CUPA Administrative, Professional, Non-Exempt, Faculty and Adjunct Compensation Survey’s
    • Federal VETS-4212 Report
    • Affirmative Action Plan
    • Department of Labor Occupational Employment Survey for various states
    • IPEDS Reporting
    • Perform compensation reviews to ensure fair and equitable compensation in alignment with university strategic goals Evaluating FLSA status across all positions
    • Assist in the development and administration of the employee compensation and classification system. Work with HR leadership and campus leadership in data review. Provide expertise in market movement and forecasting.
    • Maintain current position description process; insuring the completeness and proper classification.
    • Manage the create, modify and update position definitions with Oracle Ebusiness HRIS.
    • Grants Office processing
    • EOM processing
    Business Analytics: 
    • Design, develop, coordinate, administer, and evaluate new and existing analytics by working with HR leadership along with university leadership. 
    • Coordinates the collection and preparation of pertinent information for the HR department monthly report.
    • Write programs to extract information from the HRIS and present logical and accurate reports to fulfill the University’s information and data analysis needs.
    • Conduct internal database audits and continued improvement in record accuracy through Oracle EBusiness Suite. Recommend courses of actions and solutions to assist increasing database quality. Review weekly processes for errors and suggest course of action.
    • Responsible for program design and analysis, coding and testing to extract information from the HRMS and present logical and accurate reports to fulfill the University’s information and data analysis needs.
    Required Qualifications:
    • Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources or a related field
    • At least two years of experience working in a compensation role
    • Technical expertise with Microsoft operating systems, primarily Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and Outlook
    • Advanced ability with Excel and experience with creating presentations that include metrics and graphic representation
    • Familiar with HRIS systems and various reporting software
    • Strong analytical problem solving skills and ability to exercise independent judgment when formulating decisions
    • Self-motivated and able to learn new concepts and technology quickly and independently
    • Knowledge of human resources policies and procedures surrounding compensation
    • Superior project management skills and sense of urgency 
    • Strong communications skills and comfort in delivering formal presentations to leadership 
    Preferred Qualifications:
    • Prior experience in a compensation role within education industry
    • Knowledge of Oracle EBS
    • Knowledge of Polaris reporting tool
    • Experience with IPEDS and other federal reporting
    • Experience managing an affirmative action plan

    Insurance Customer Service Representative

    Must be a people person, must have integrity, compassion, enthusiasm, computer literate, Outlook, Word and Excel. 

    Must have basic typing skills, good follow up skills. Must be a self starter, detail oriented, strong organizational skills. 

    Candidate will be running the front desk. Very busy office, will be answering phones and scheduling appointments. Will be trained on the internal computer system. It is important to note that the front desk position is a training/transitional position to move into a full lines representative position that will be marketing all lines.

    The candidate must be able to pivot with existing customers to other lines and sell other products. There is opportunity for significant commission income. It is not a service/clerical position. All sales is inside , no outside. Selling auto, motorcycle, life, health, fire, citizens, some commercial flood. to individuals not groups.

    No license required, will offer license through the company. Must have some insurance office experience.

    Degree strongly preferred.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Salary: $12.00 - $16.00/hour


    Sales/Customer Service Representative

    Daytona Employment and MacData Background Screening are currently recruiting for a Sales/Customer Service Representative.

    Job Summary: 

    The inside sales representative will be responsible for increasing sales with existing customers, pursuing and establishing relationships with new customers and achieving designated sales quotas.

    Job Functions: Procure new customers and maintain order frequency through phone and email. Follow up with inbound leads daily and develop a working knowledge of accounts. Enhance sale numbers by cross-selling and up-selling. Determine product bundles and recommend products to new and current customers to increase average sales totals.

    Provide superior customer service and assist with related duties (taking and entering orders, confirming order logistics and other aspects of customer service- related assistance). Build rapport and credibility among new customers, including traditional and non- traditional accounts. Provide concise customer updates to management.

    Job Qualifications: 

    Excellent verbal (telephone) and written (email) communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and team player capabilities across multiple departments within Daytona Employment and MacData Background Screenings evolving environment. 

    Energetic, motivated self-starter with a proven track record of building sales and/or previous customer service experience.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Salary: $10.00 - $12.00 /hour