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Partnership HealthPlan of California (PHC) is a non-profit community based health care organization that contracts with the State to administer Medi-Cal benefits through local care providers to ensure Medi-Cal recipients have access to high-quality comprehensive cost-effective health care.
We are currently recruiting for a Human Resources Manager for our Redding office.
Manages the administration of various Human Resources functions including recruitment and general HR administration. This includes performance management, employee development, process improvement, and other development initiatives to improve the company’s performance. Works closely with top level management to establish policies and implement procedures for the management of Human Resources to accomplish the goals and objectives of PHC within budget and within applicable legal requirements.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Effectively manages the recruitment efforts for all assigned areas of PHC, including internal job postings, external advertisements, processing of applications, background screening, pre-employment skills testing, interviews, and preparing necessary documentation.
Researches and assesses the impact of new and revised legislation, and recommends changes to PHC policies and procedures as appropriate. Interprets and clarifies procedures and policies to staff, explaining State and Federal labor laws as required.
Advises on staff performance management issues, employee relation issues, and manages the employee performance evaluation function.
Advises supervisors on best practices and effective solutions in managing staff performance including coaching and constructive feedback.
Manages employee performance evaluation process, including reviewing and approving evaluation, making recommendations for changes where appropriate.
Thorough knowledge of PHC policies and procedures, State and Federal labor law. Ensures policies and procedures are accurate. Communicates effectively and professionally with all levels of staff, information related to HR policies and procedures.
Assists with investigations of alleged discrimination and harassment, ensuring the process is conducted in an objective, thorough, and lawful manner.
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources management; minimum (3) years of human resources, recruitment, or staffing experience preferred; minimum of one (1) year supervisor experience; or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provide the required knowledge and abilities.
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Valley Oak Children’s Services, Inc. (VOCS) is a private, nonprofit organization that strives to provide services that assist thousands of families in Butte County achieve self‐sufficiency, health and happiness. We are committed to providing services that support the care of our community’s children and families. The agency’s mission is “Touching the H.E.A.R.T. of children, families, & community through Health, Education, Advocacy, Resources, and Training activities”. VOCS invests in tomorrow’s leaders today. We are a strength based organization providing services to Butte County since 1980.
Our programs reflect the commitment to building strong communities and placing families at the center of community support services. Examples of the services that we offer to the community include: Child care referrals, subsidized child care programs, assistance in developing individualized child care plans, a community resource lending library, Child Care Food Program, Parent Café, Behavioral Health program and parent advocacy services. We are looking for a motivated individual to join our dynamic Agency!
We are currently recruiting for a Human Resource Coordinator in our Chico office. This is a 35 hour a week position. Valley Oak Children’s Services offers an excellent benefit package including: medical, dental, and vision insurance, 401(k), 9 paid holidays and a generous PTO plan.
Compensation: $21.76 per hour
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:
Human Resource Functions
Maintain knowledge of Human Resource Administration including: Cal OSHA, ADA, Workers’ Compensation, safety, employee benefits, State and Federal labor law, and wage and hour laws and keep CEO and Managers appraised.
Assist with maintain and updating of the Agency’s human resource management policies, operating procedures, internal controls, and human resource compliance.
Manage the leave process includes meeting and noticing the employees of their rights under PDL and CFRA.
Manage ADA compliance and work with managers and employees regarding requests for accommodation.
Report all workers compensation incidents in a timely manner and acts and serve as the main contact for all related incidents.
Perform annual ergonomic evaluations for all employees.
Assist with and maintain documentation of Agency’s recruiting, interviewing, onboarding, employee evaluations, training and separation processes for fiscal and program operations as directed.
Responsible for maintaining and updating the employee handbook, as necessary.
Ensure employee data is kept current in HRIS.
Demonstrates respect, fairness and cooperation for fellow employees and clients at all times.
Maintain high level of professionalism and confidentiality at all times.
Engages in open and honest communications.
Compensation and Benefit Functions
Assist with maintaining documentation and renewal of employee benefits as directed.
Coordinate open enrollment and the collection of open enrollment documents for all staff using agency benefits.
Communicate effectively with Agency staff regarding employee benefits and compensation issues.
Maintain knowledge of and keep CEO and Managers appraised on State and Federal employment regulations, benefit
and compensation policies, personnel procedures and classification programs.
Backup for payroll processing.
Knowledge of wage and hour law regarding to payment of wages.
Administrative Support Functions
Supports the Executive Team administratively, maintains knowledge in overall
Agency procedures, programs and funding contracts.
Responsible for assisting with the operation of Administrative support functions including contract proposals,
certificates of insurance etc.
Assists with developing and implementing policy changes for general Agency administration and basic operations,
Attends Board of Director and committee meetings as needed.
Participates in management team meeting, staff meetings, and strategic planning meetings as needed Performs other
duties as assigned by the CEO.
Provide appropriate VOCS representation in various workshops and meetings.
Operate Outlook and Microsoft programs.
Participate in workshops, meetings and trainings as assigned.
Education and Experience:
Prior wok experience in a Human Resource Role (minimum 2 years)
Understanding of HR policy compliance and California labor law
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or Business Management
Professional in Human Resources (PHR) or similar licensing is a plus
Certificates, Registration, Licenses: A valid California driver’s license is required. Vehicle liability insurance is
required per the state of California. This position requires travel and dependable transportation.
Additional Requirements/Conditions of Employment: Ability to successfully pass a criminal background check
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Valley Oak Children’s Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer