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    DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES – Town Pump, Inc.

    To apply https://jobs.townpump.com/job/Butte-HR-DIRECTOR-MT-59701/723562100/

    Town Pump, Inc. is a privately-held, Montana owned and operated business dedicated to providing excellence in customer service and hospitality since its founding in 1953.  As Montana’s largest owner/operator of retail convenience stores, hotels, casinos and car washes, employing over 3,500 team members across our state and including Idaho, we are team-oriented and results-driven.  Our entire business is based on being the best at providing customers quality and value.

    We are seeking a Director of Human Resources who will provide forward-thinking, collaborative leadership for all human resources functions in partnership with business leaders and company stakeholders, while being responsible for the overall administration and day-to-day operations of the human resources (HR) department at our corporate office in Butte, MT, supporting our widely distributed teams.  This hands on position oversees the HR team and works closely with company leaders to define, create, and execute upon strategies, ensuring employees, managers and leaders are capable of supporting the continued growth and success of Town Pump, Inc. 

    Functional areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to, recruitment, retention, training, development, performance management, employee relations, employee benefits, regulatory compliance, safety, and HRIS.  Strong emphasis is placed on collaboration and relationship building with business leaders and department team members.  The role requires strong leadership, HR and business acumen, exceptional customer-focus and the ability to influence and partner with a variety of stakeholders, to impact strategic and operational objectives.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS, DUTIES AND RESPOSNIBILITIES

    • Work collaboratively and strategically with a variety of stakeholders to understand and define; priorities, goals and objectives, and execute upon HR solutions, programs and strategies in support of the business operations current and future needs.
    • Drive and maximize business effectiveness through optimum resource alignment and analysis of business/HR programs. 
    • Develop and implement efficient and effective employee processes involving recruitment, retention, training and development, recognition, accommodations, progressive discipline, and terminations.
    • Develop and implement effective employee training and development programs to maintain expected company standards and regulatory compliance.
    • Develop and implement an effective talent management program focused on recruitment, interviewing, hiring, retention, performance management and succession planning.
    • Ensure effective implementation and management of all HR resources, processes and practices and identify and implement key performance indicators to evaluate HR function and performance.
    • Supervise the work activities of the human resource department consisting of seven team members, ensuring sufficient knowledge, skill and ability exists to carry out department duties and responsibilities.
    • Recommend best practices, opportunities for improvement and resolution of discrepancies in employee handbooks, policy and procedure manuals, processes and programs, to ensure the organization’s continual compliance with company policy, and applicable federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations.
    • Provide support and guidance to company supervisors/managers, management, and other staff, to assist them in carrying out responsibilities related to all personnel matters, including management of requests for Leaves of Absence (LOA) and Intermittent LOA and FMLA, to ensure compliance with applicable company policy, procedure and regulatory requirements.  Provide guidance to employees (e.g. hiring, promotions, return to work, discipline, etc.) for the purpose of assisting in effective decision making and compliance with applicable employee/employment policies, procedures, practices and regulations.
    • Oversee employee benefit programs, polices, and procedures to ensure regulatory compliance, and provide industry leading offerings which are competitive and cost effective.
    • Oversee the maintenance of an HR information system that ensures company-wide compliance with all regulatory and business policy requirements and meets the overall needs of all operating divisions, departments and employees.

    EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE REQUIRMENTS

    Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management, Business Management, or related areas of study; prefer Masters of Business Administration or a related Master’s Degree with emphasis or certification in Human Resource Management, Personnel Management or related field; and 10 years of progressive work experience in management/leadership positions, or equivalent combination of education and experience, with specific emphasis in HR functions and best practices, including federal, Montana and Idaho state employment regulations, FLSA, ADA, DOL, EEOC, FMLA, LOA.  SPHR or SHRM-SCP certification is desirable.

    CANDIDATES MUST

    • Have a track record of building and implementing successful processes, quickly establishing collaborative working relationships and being viewed as a trusted advisor.
    • Have a demonstrated ability to create and lead an effective team to accomplish team goals and objectives.
    • Provide high-quality guidance and service related to employee relations, recruiting, performance management and retention.
    • Have high emotional intelligence and excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to build trusting relationships across the organization.
    • Possess general business acumen, including experience in business planning, strategy creation and execution.
    • Be results-oriented with a track record of success in delivering upon business objectives.
    • Be well-organized with proven ability to effectively manage multiple projects.
    • Be able to plan, multi-task and prioritize resources and workload to meet deadlines.
    • Have demonstrated ability to work:
      • Independently and as part of a collaborative team within a fast-paced environment
      • Professionally and diplomatically with a wide range of people
      • Effectively with minimal supervision to meet deadlines
    • Possess excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills, capable of leading/facilitating meetings and group training programs.
    • Possess strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
    • Possess strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Possess strong supervisory and leadership skills.
    • Possess technology proficiencies with Microsoft Office Suite and related software, including the organizations HRIS.
    • Possess a valid State Driver’s License and be able to travel to retail operating sites as needed.

    Disclaimer: The list of requirements, essential function, duties, and responsibilities is not exhaustive but is merely the most accurate list for the current position.  Management at their discretion reserves the right to revise the job description and to require that other tasks be performed when the circumstances of the job change (for example; emergencies, changes in personnel, workload of technical development).

    To apply https://jobs.townpump.com/job/Butte-HR-DIRECTOR-MT-59701/723562100/


    Boyd Andrew Community Services is seeking a Human Resources and Operations Manager
    located in the Helena office. This position is the organization wide Human Resource expert and
    provides oversight for the Prerelease Center and Chemical Dependency Services.  

    This is an exciting opportunity to work for an organization that has developed into a state
    leader among its peers.  This new position provides planning and directing for the
    organization’s Human Resource activities and will manage the Prerelease Center and Chemical
    Dependency Services day-to-day operations.  This position reports to the Chief Operations
    Officer. 

    Responsibilities:
    The position involves a variety of dynamic and challenging responsibilities: 
    Human Resources for whole organization 
    • Designs, plans, and implements Human Resources programs and policies consistent
    with current State and Federal laws and regulations, compensation, and administers 
    benefits. 
    • Hires, maintains records and policies, coordinates annual performance management
    processes, and coordinates support services with consultants or legal counsel as
    needed.
    • Provides advice and assistance to management on employee relations and the
    resolution of grievances or performance issues.
    • Develops and provides training on managerial functions, disciplinary actions, federal
    and State operations, health and safety and coordinates professional development
    functions for all programs and staff.

    Program Management for Prerelease Center and Chemical Dependency Services 
    • Oversees the operation of the Prerelease Center and Chemical Dependency Services
    departments in providing direction, support, and oversight of program services and
    coordinate these services with other operations and information needs.  
    • Performs additional duties as assigned by the CEO and COO.

    Qualifications:
    This position requires a bachelor's degree in a human services area, business administration or
    related field from an accredited college or university. The position requires five (5) years'
    management experience in human resources with three (3) work years' experience in a 
    supervisory or administrative capacity. Three (3) years' work experience in program
    management or social/community services is desirable. Other relevant combination of
    education and work experience may be evaluated on an individual basis. A human resources
    certification is preferred. 

    The successful candidate must pass a criminal background check, possess a valid Montana
    driver's license and be insurable. 

    Salary:   The starting salary is $84,000 - $95,000 per year depending on qualifications. 


       Administrative Assistant III - Human Resources

    If you are self-directed, with a proven record of producing top-quality work, and providing outstanding service in a professional work environment, then consider becoming the next Administrative Assistant for the Human Resources Department at the City of Missoula.

    Our team supports all departments across the City and provides services such as recruiting, employee benefits, compensation and classification for positions, guidance on compliance with the law, policy, and union contracts, working to ensure a diverse and inclusive environment, striving to provide and promote a learning culture while working to motivate and engage staff throughout their career with the City.

    DUTIES INCLUDE, but are not limited to:

    Maintaining all personnel files and employee data in various electronic systems following strict state, federal and organizational guidelines;

    Creating and modifying forms for use across all departments citywide;

    Providing exceptional customer service, answering questions, and connecting internal and external customers with the appropriate HR team members;

    Providing general assistance to the department on multiple projects as needed.

    Assisting the recruiting staff with interviewing coordination, applicant communication, and entering all new hire information into various electronic systems;

    Maintaining the HR Department’s webpage, ensuring accurate information is posted on time;

    THE IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL HAVE:

    Knowledge of electronic and paper recordkeeping principles and practices;

    Strong communication skills with the ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with diverse groups of people;

    Skill in working independently while completing assignments accurately and with attention to detail;

    Skill in utilizing office equipment, including personal computers, copying machines, printers, and telephones, including the ability to use various computer programs to create forms and documents;

    Ability to adhere to principles and ethics of confidentiality;

    Ability to analyze, organize and prioritize work under pressure while meeting deadlines

    SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTION:

    Why are you interested in joining our team and supporting the HR function within the City of Missoula?

    NEEDED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

    Three years administrative support experience with increasingly complex responsibilities, OR any combination of relevant education and experience.

    Knowledge or experience with Human Resources is not required but is a bonus.

    TO APPLY:

    Complete the City Application and attach a cover letter. Follow this link: https://www.ci.missoula.mt.us/1726/CivicHR-Jobs-Page 


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