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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.
    To post your open position, please email the 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.
     

    OPEN HR POSITIONS 

     

         Director of Human Resources

     

    A rapidly growing Healthcare organization, located in Monterey, California, is hiring a Director of Human Resources. 

    The Director of Human Resources reports to the Chief Operating Officer, and will collaborate with and support Senior Leadership, Management and Staff within the organization. The position works closely with the COO and HR Generalist to design, lead,  and coordinate all human resource activities including policy development, employee relations, wellness and employee assistance programs, employee benefits and retirement plans, compensation, employment processes and personnel forms, , state and federal regulatory compliance, employee orientation, and training and professional development.

    Among a broad array of responsibilities, the Director of Human Resources supports the Chief Operating Officer and Management in the recruitment and hiring process. This includes writing and placing ads, reviewing resumes, interviewing candidates, checking references and completing background checks, and preparing offers and employment agreements; develops, implements, and maintains compliance with all applicable employment regulations (FLSA, FMLA, ERISA), Federal and State labor laws, and preparation of the EEO-1 report. The position manages workers' compensation procedures and preparation of annual OSHA reports; monitors and submits insurance claims related to worker's compensation, disability, short-term pregnancy disability and family medical leave, and COBRA administration; oversees the employee drug-free program.


    The Director of Human Resources prepares and updates job descriptions and performance evaluations; The Director advises and consults with COO, Senior Leadership, Management, and outside legal counsel to resolve employee relations issues; oversees and engages in the resolution of delicate personnel matters, and maintains appropriate confidentiality; and seeks at all times to protect the Center’s best interest. The Director of Human Resources is expected to attend professional conferences, webinars, and workshops to remain current on best practices in human resources and labor laws.


    Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree; significant progressive human resources experience of at least 7 years; exceptional interpersonal and communication skills; excellent strategic, analytical, and problem-solving ability; and demonstrated organizational and project management skills. The Director must have experience administering 403(b) or 401(k) retirement plans; thorough knowledge of COBRA, ERISA, FMLA, FLSA, and related state and federal employment regulations; and experience working with legal counsel in areas related to human resources management (e.g., benefits/plan document preparation, wage and hour issues, and complex disciplinary actions); comfort with multitasking and working independently with flexibility, adaptability, and a strong attention to detail; and strong computer skills. A master’s degree in human resource management or SPHR/PHR certification is a preferred qualification.

    Application Process

    Review of resumes/applications will begin immediately, and will continue until the position is filled. To apply for this position please go to https://montereysurgerycenter.com/contact/employment-opportunities/Click on the job title of interest, Apply button, complete the brief application process, and upload your resume and cover letter.

    Cabrillo College

    Human Resources Technician

     
     
    Cabrillo College has an immediate full-time opening for an enthusiastic and energetic Human Resources Technician.  The hourly rate of pay for this temporary, full-time assignment is $27.08 per hour.  Schedule work hours will be Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Interested applicants should submit their resume ASAP to digoody@cabrillo.edu
     
    EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
     
    • Assists in the planning of, and participates in recruitment and selection
    • Reviews applications and other employment documents to determine appropriate action
    • Administers performance  exercises   
    • Completes personnel related forms and documents, and ensures their processing  
    • Prepares necessary paper work for new hires   
    • Orients new employees and assists them in completing necessary forms
    • Explains personnel policies, rules and regulations to employees and the public  
    • Provides information to employees and other organizations regarding salary, policies, procedures, memoranda of understanding, and related information  
    • Prepares and processes changes to employees'  status through the College computer  system  
    • Assists employees with problems related to personnel issues  
    • Maintains knowledge of personnel programs, changes and new laws, and ensures compliance with pertinent regulations   
    • Compiles workforce statistics  
    • Gathers information and prepares periodic and special reports   
    • Prepares confidential correspondence and maintains a variety of confidential files and employee records  
    • Tracks, monitors, and ensures compliance with various requirements such as evaluation schedules, trainings, fingerprints and tuberculosis screening  
    • Prepares Governing Board meeting agenda items related to personnel  
    • Reviews departmental recommendations, and computes and recommends hiring salary placement   
    • Computes appropriate salaries
    • Reviews, processes and maintains records for temporary/hourly workers   
    • Performs a variety of responsible office support work such as composing correspondence, maintaining files, and operating standard office equipment and various software such as word processing, spreadsheet, database, and website management  
    • Recommends and implements improved processes and procedures
    • Receives and screens visitors and telephone calls  
    • Performs related duties as required or assigned
    QUALIFICATIONS
     
    Knowledge of:
     
    • Basic public personnel administration practices and terminology
    • Basic techniques and practices of recruitment and selection
    • Basic functions and structure of a community college or similar educational setting
    • Standard office practices and procedures, including filing and the use of office equipment
    • Basic computer operations, including common software use
    • Correct English usage, including spelling, grammar, and punctuation
    • Business mathematics
    Ability to:
     
    • Perform complex and technical work related to  human resources
    • Understand, interpret, apply, and explain complex policies, procedures, laws, and regulations
    • Communicate effectively orally and in writing
    • Demonstrate sensitivity to and understanding of diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students and the community
    • Organize own work, set priorities, meet critical deadlines, and follow up on assignments
    • Research and compile information and prepare reports and recommendations
    • Exercise sound judgment within established guidelines
    • Make accurate salary and other calculations
    • Prepare clear, concise, and effective written materials
    • Establish and maintain accurate records and files
    • Operate standard office equipment including a computer and a variety of software with sufficient speed and accuracy to enter, edit, and retrieve data, and generate reports
    • Maintain confidentiality of information
    • Establish and maintaining effective working relationships
    Desirable:
     
    • Completion of college-level coursework in Human Resources
    • Experience with Colleague and NEOGOV information systems
    Education and Experience:
     
    • Graduation from high school and three years of personnel or payroll support work.
    Questions regarding this temporary assignment may be addressed to:
     
    Diane Goody
    Assistant Director, Human Resources
    831.479.6261
     
    Cabrillo College seeks applications from all qualified individuals.  It is the continuing goal of Cabrillo College to hire and retain staff who reflect the rich diversity and cultural heritage of the college district and its student body.  EOE