Ref ID: 00630-9502230222
Classification: Human Resources (HR) Manager
Compensation: $90000.00 to $110000.00 yearly
Robert Half is sourcing for a Vice President of Human Resources. This role with a rapidly growing International company will begin as a Human Resources Director role and evolve into a Vice President of Human resources as the role continues to grow with the company. If you are looking to make a move into a Vice President of Human Resources role, then look no further!
If you are interested in the position and meet the necessary qualifications, please feel free to apply online or email resume directly to Cam Malone at [Click Here to Email Your Resumé]
1) Implementation of company policies, procedures and protocols.
2) Reporing to and interacting with senior management team.
3) Coordination of activities of HR personnel across different countries.
4) Assist with company staffing requirements by establishing a recruiting and interviewing program, counsel managers on candidate selection; conduct and analyze exit interviews; recommend changes.
5) Maintain management guidelines by preparing, updating and recommending human resource policies and procedures.
6) Ensure legal compliance by monitoring and implementing applicable federal, state and local employment and payroll requirements; conduct investigations; maintain records, represent the company at hearings
7) Maintain employee benefits programs and inform employees of benefits by studying and assessing benefit needs and trends; recommend benefit programs to management; direct the processing of benefit claims; obtain and evaluate benefit contract bids; design and conduct employee educational programs on benefit programs as needed.
8) Ensure planning, monitoring and appraisal of employee performance evaluations by training managers to coach and discipline employees; hear and resolve employee grievances; counsel employees and supervisors.
9) Updating payroll records and employee files by reviewing and approving changes in exemptions, insurance coverage, job titles, salaries, and department transfers.
10) Management of payroll information by maintaining system: direct the collection, calculation and entering of data.
11) Working with payroll provider to ensure the accuracy of all paychecks or electronic transfers to bank accounts.
12) Approval of payroll liabilities by reviewing the calculation of employee federal and state income and social security taxes, and employer’s social security and unemployment prepared by payroll provider.
13) Maintaining employee confidence and protect payroll and human resource operations by keeping information confidential.
14) Prepare and submit journal entry worksheet to controller each pay period for payroll transfers, payroll liabilities and employee deductions.
15) Ensure accurate documentation and reporting of all work-related injuries; maintain OSHA log; coordinate with managers to ensure workers are working within restrictions, if any; communicate with insurance company to maintain current status of open claims.
16) Creation and implementation of employee relations programs to ensure a corporate culture that is competitive of the market