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    Welcome to the CCHRA Job Board!

    For Employers:  Reach qualified candidates within the Human Resources Industry. For HR Professionals in a Career Transition:  Find excellent Human Resources job opportunities in Monterey, Salinas and the surrounding areas.

    Price per Job Posting: $99 per job posting
    Job Posting Price Includes:
    • 30-Day single listing
    • A Job Flash email will be sent out to CCHRA members while the job posting is open
    Payment Options:  Check or PayPal
    Checks can be made payable to CCHRA and mailed to PO Box 1923, Seaside, CA. 93955
    Credit card payment must be made via PayPal by clicking the payment button below:
    To post your open position, please email job description to our Member Resources Director.
    NOTE: If ads are closed at customer's request before 30 days, fees will not be prorated, and no money will be refunded.  Positions posted should be HR related.

    Human Resources Manager

    Gateway Center of Monterey County, Inc.

    Gateway Center of Monterey County is seeking a high-energy, detailed-oriented, and passionate people-driven Human Resources Manager who will execute with excellence our employee related initiatives and priorities – allowing managers, staff, and caregivers to focus where it is most needed – on serving our clients.


    Reporting to the Executive Director, the Human Resources Manager will support and drive organization-wide efforts to deliver a rewarding employee experience. You will oversee all people management areas to include recruitment, engagement, employee relations, training/development, retention, compensation/benefits, policies, and compliance.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES include the following. Other duties may be assigned as needed:


    • Develop proactive staffing strategies to attract and retain the highest quality service team
    • Partners with managers in recruitment efforts through job description development, ad development, candidate screening and interview scheduling
    • Provide information regarding application procedures and other information to job seekers
    • Complete background criminal and drivers record clearance checks

    Employee Engagement & Retention

    • Champion a culture of family, service, equality, diversity and engagement
    • Provide on-boarding and training for all new employees to ensure compliance and ease the transition of new employees into their positions
    • Conduct exit interviews, analyze turnover, and recommend strategies to reduce unwanted turnover
    • Create employee communication pieces, such as newsletter and bulletin boards
    • Plan and organize employee special events and celebrations 
    • Organize and facilitate employee recognition programs to highlight department and individual staff contributions

    Employee Relations

    • Advise managers and supervisors to ensure quick resolution of employee relations issues
    • In coordination with department managers and Executive Director, process, prepare and assist in disciplinary actions
    • Serve as employee ombudsman, assisting with job-related issues and recommending outside agencies for personal needs
    • Investigate claims, such as harassment and discrimination, and present findings to Executive Director

    Training & Development

    • Manage annual performance review process and ensure performance reviews are conducted in a timely and effective manner
    • Ensure managers are trained effectively in coaching and counseling, effective communication, management best practices, labor laws and HR basics

    Compensation & Benefits

    • Oversee administration of compensation and benefit programs
    • Participate and conduct wage salary surveys as needed to determine market trends and analyze/recommend compensation changes
    • Work with third party administrator on health, dental, Vision, HSA, COBRA, and other benefits for new, existing and exiting employees
    • Handle all Workers Compensation issues to include accident investigations, reporting and follow-up as needed
    • Partner with Administration to ensure Cal-OSHA compliance
    • Maintain annual renewals of health benefits


    • Closely monitor and ensure compliance with all local, state and federal labor laws
    • Working with outside counsel, ensure that the employee handbook is reviewed annually and revise as needed to ensure compliance with current labor law legislation
    • Maintain I-9 files to ensure accuracy and current documentation verification
    • Maintain and manage employee personnel files in accordance with labor laws and record retention standards
    • Ensure completion of all employee forms as required in compliance with state and federal law; creates and maintains new hire packets
    • Administer unemployment claims, including accurate termination documentation and attendance at hearings
    • Respond to government and official inquiries or investigations under the direction of the Executive Director/Board of Directors

    HR Administration

    • Creates and maintains all new and current employee files including New Employee set up in the computer (Status Sheet), changes in employee information and assembly of new employee files
    • Confers with Finance Administrator on payroll, benefit and other HR support questions
    • Update and maintain accurate list for driver auto insurance policy
    • Coordinates with Department managers on paperwork for all hires and employment separations.
    • Supports Executive Director in other assigned duties

    Apply at:

    Vice President of Human Resources

    Monterey Credit Union

    Monterey Credit Union (MCU) is looking for an experienced human resources professional with a minimum of 5 years in a senior level position. The candidate must have experience working with a senior executive team and will be comfortable and able to communicate effectively with all groups of staff to include, the Board of Directors. Currently, MCU has approximately 70 employees and the Vice President of Human Resources is the sole administrator for all the human resource functions. This position reports directly to the CEO.

    The ideal candidate will have past work experience in a financial institution, preferably with a credit union, and the ability to work independently. Must have expert skills and knowledge in all areas of Human Resources to include: California Labor Laws, Payroll-Wage and Hour Laws, Benefit Administration, Employee Relations, and Training.  

    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • Ensuring MCU is compliant with all required employment laws, regulations, and reporting requirements
    • Staffing – Recruiting, Hiring, Performance Management, and Separation
    • Compensation & Benefits Programs – Research and implementation of programs and administration of all benefits.
    • Payroll – Processing and reporting for financial statements
    • Responsible for administration of Leaves of Absences, Workers Compensation, and Safety Programs
    • Training – Create and maintain programs
    • Handbooks & Policies – Creating and updating as needed to be in compliance
    • Employee engagement – Create and maintain programs


    • Bachelors Degree and/or PHRca is preferred, however, equivalent experience in Human Resource Management may be considered. 

    Monterey Credit Union provides a very generous compensation package, including a competitive salary, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, LTD, 401K, profit sharing, and a substantial time off plan. There is no relocation package offered for this position. 

    TPO HR Management is administering this recruitment for Monterey Credit Union. Please do not contact Monterey Credit Union directly.

    If you are interested and qualified please submit your resume and a cover letter explaining: 1. Why are you are interested; 2. What makes you qualified; and 3. Why you feel you would be a good fit with Monterey Credit Union to Caron Pearce at caronp@tpohr.comSubject: VP of HR - MCU. Deadline to apply is 06/05/19.

    Human Resources/Payroll Administrator

    Keith Day Company, Inc.

    Keith Day Company, Inc. is a local agricultural services company looking for an experienced bilingual(English/Spanish) payroll/human resources professional to help run and grow our office. Ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2 years of payroll processing and increasing level of human resource/management experience.

    General Skills Required

    • Bilingual (English/Spanish)
    • Provide excellent customer service to internal and external customers
    • Able to work in a small team environment
    • Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)
    • Detail oriented
    • Good problem solving/analytical skills
    • Ability to multitask efficiently and prioritize work

    Payroll Job Functions Include:

    • Maintain payroll information by designing systems; directing the collection, calculation, and entering of data.
    • Update payroll records by reviewing and approving changes in exemptions, insurance coverage, savings deductions, and job titles, and department/ division transfers.
    • Pay employees by directing the production and issuance of paychecks or electronic transfers to bank accounts.
    • Prepare reports by compiling summaries of earnings, taxes, deductions, leave, disability, and nontaxable wages.
    • Maintain payroll guidelines by writing and updating policies and procedures
    • Comply with federal, state, and local legal requirements by studying existing and new legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions.
    • Maintain employee confidence and protects payroll operations by keeping information confidential

    Human Resources Job Functions Include:

    • Manage and maintain confidential Employee files
    • Compensation & Benefits Programs – Research and implementation of programs and administration of all benefits
    • Manage and coordinate drug testing for Drivers
    • Process and distribute Forms 1095
    • Staffing – Recruiting, Hiring, Performance Management, and Separation
    • Handbooks & Policies – Creating and updating as needed to be in compliance
    • Manage Workers Compensation claims
    • Ensuring compliance with all required employment laws, regulations, and reporting requirements

    Administrative/Office Functions Include:

    • Answer/Direct phone calls to appropriate employee/department
    • Order general forms and office supplies
    • Monitor and maintain vehicle registration for company fleet
    • Manage vehicle insurance claims

    Interested applicants please send your resume to