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|Job Title||Transportation Leave Administrator|
Transportation Leave Administrator
Community Transit is looking to fill a newly developed position managing all aspects of employee leave and absenteeism for the Transportation department.
This position is responsible for managing a multi-million dollar leave program, promoting practices that inspire employees to come to work, creating policy and strategy for lowering absenteeism and decreasing costs.
Working with represented and non-represented staff, this position requires strong project management skills and the ability to interface with a variety of departments while maintaining positive relationships. This position will be responsible for overseeing broad, complex, and sensitive leave and attendance issues that have a substantial impact on agency performance.
Leave administration experience is also key to success in this position, as you will be working closely with Human Resources and legal advisors on leave related matters, including FMLA, medical and personal leave, WA State leaves, Worker’s Compensation and ADA accommodations as related to leaves of absences.
If you see yourself in this new and exciting role, visit our website to review the full job description to determine if you meet the entry requirements listed. We look forward to reviewing your application!
Community Transit provides a tobacco-free and drug-free work environment. As a recipient of federal funds, Community Transit is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not unlawfully discriminate on any basis prohibited by Federal, State or Local law. We value and encourage diversity in our workforce.
|Contact Name||Community Transit|
|Job Title||Human Resources Manager/Business Partner|
HR Manager/Business Partner
We are looking for a resourceful hands-on HR professional to join our team!
The Seattle office of NBBJ, an internationally recognized architecture and design firm with 700+ staff members, has a unique opportunity for a highly capable professional to join our team as a HR Manager/Business Partner. You will contribute to the success of NBBJ by delivering hands on comprehensive HR partnering support to select client groups as well as have the opportunity to contribute to and take ownership of HR initiatives with a Firm wide impact. The successful candidate will be:
· Innovative and enjoy taking on new challenges
· Successful in leveraging relationships and knowledge in a fast paced culture
· Able to gracefully handle changing dynamics
· Tactical when needed and have the ability to work strategically with Studio leaders
· Collaborative and team oriented
· Able to handle conflicting priorities easily
· Proficient in anticipating and solving complex challenges
· Results & values driven
Responsibilities include working with client groups to enhance organizational planning, talent acquisition & onboarding, employee relations, development and rewards & recognition. A key challenge to this position is balancing the unique needs of each client group and building strong partnering relationships.
Education, Skills & Experience:
· 7+ years of progressive Generalist experience
· BA/BS in Business, HR, Psychology, Sociology or related field
· PHR or SPHR certification required
· HR experience in CA, desired
· 5+ years talent management, coaching & employee relations experience
Go to www.nbbj.com for more information and to apply.
Comprehensive total rewards package including professional working environment, generous time off, salary, bonus, health, life and disability benefits, 401(k) retirement and profit sharing.
|Job Title||Compensation, Benefits and HR Operations Manager|
The Compensation, Benefits and HR Operations Manager is both a strategist and tactician—a working manager who initiates thought, dialogue and action at the right levels with regard to processes, systems, structures, policy and people. In addition to serving as the subject matter expert in compensation, benefits, HR systems and payroll, the position is also a generalist business partner to the Corporate Services group at TEAGUE. The right candidate will lead a team of 2-3 people to inform human resource planning, policies and budgets. It’s an exciting opportunity to help shape a comprehensive HR strategy and oversee its execution to optimize resources, create a positive end-user experience and provide a competitive advantage to TEAGUE.
· Experience and Skills: A Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Human Resources Management or Industrial Psychology required; graduate degree is desirable. Certifications a plus: CEBS, CPB, CCP, CAC, JCA. Expert knowledge of compensation, benefits, HR systems and operations standards; knowledge of emerging technologies in the HR field and how technology is connecting people and impacting behavior. Demonstrated success scaling an internal HR function, architecture and infrastructure at a similar-sized company (specifically implementing an HRIS), including educating and influencing how technology can enable an administrative/business process. Track record of results achieved from translation of business strategy and needs into people strategy and tactics. Understanding of business operating workflows and experience translating them into an HR support system; prior success creating and implementing processes and methods. 10+ years experience in benefits, compensation, payroll and HRIS, with at least 4 years managing a staff.
· Passion: Implementing systems and ways of working that will improve people’s lives.
· Role: Enabling TEAGUE to hire and retain the best employees in the industry by offering them cutting-edge compensation, benefits and a work-life free of unnecessary administration
· Personality: Decisive, flexible, collaborative, open-minded, diplomatic, and full of initiative and integrity, with a bias toward action and results
DOE - Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package offered
Interested candidates please visit: http://bit.ly/CompensationBenefitsHROpsManager
|Job Title||Training Coordinator|
Job Purpose/Summary: This position is designed for a training coordinator near the beginning of their career with 2-5 years of experience. The Training Coordinator will be responsible for providing administrative assistance, organizational and technical support to the HR team, managers, and employees to ensure the smooth and effective functioning of training and development within the organization. This position is also responsible for the assisting with the development, coordination, and delivery of training throughout the company for Foss and related companies, including the administration of the Learning Management System (LMS). Annual Salary is $50-59-K, DOE.
Knowledge Skills and Abilities:
Two to five years in learning and development administration or related area, including systems experience. Bachelor Degree from accredited college/university in business, human resources or related major required or equivalent experience preferred. PHR certification preferred. Experience with Articulate Storyline interactive training content development tool preferred. Maritime industry experience helpful, but not required.
Working Conditions: Work is mostly performed in an office environment. May be required to work more than a normal 40 hour workweek, including weekends. Travel may also be required. Regular and predictable attendance is a requirement.
Physical/Mental Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; use hands or fingers; handle or feel; talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus. Requires aptitude to be detail oriented when necessary have strong and mathematical aptitude.
To apply: Send resume and cover letter to – email@example.com or fax (206) 270-4899. Resumes without a cover letter and salary requirements will not be accepted.
Foss Maritime Company is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Work Place - Participant of the E-Verify Employment Verification Program
|Contact Name||FOSS Maritime|
|Job Title||Compensation Analyst|
Seattle University has an exciting, dynamic opportunity for a Compensation Analyst to join our community.
Reporting to the Director of Compensation & Benefits, this position primarily administers the base pay program for the university's staff positions. Assesses organizational changes in order to recommend competitive pay classifications. Maintains position evaluation/compensation systems and oversees annual pay planning processes.
The analyst will contribute analytic and organizational skills to the administration of other HR operational programs as needed.
Analyzes internal job information and external surveys for the purpose of establishing market competitiveness of base pay rates.
Coordinates annual pay increase administration for staff including modeling of performance-based matrices, development of manager planning tools, and preparation of training and communication materials.
Serves as department coordinator for the staff position evaluation program. Facilitates structured position evaluations in collaboration with HR managers and maintains evaluation system.
Applies analytic rigor to the development and maintenance of core data in support of the function. Develops or coordinates development of sustainable reporting within the department and with customers. Recommends administrative or process revisions and is responsible for implementing changes.
As necessary, this position will contribute to operational projects and HR program administration. This may include implementation of new or revised benefit arrangements or contractual relationships, preparation of plan communications, review of regulatory updates and other similar tasks.
Bachelor’s degree and four years of professional Human Resources experience in areas such as base pay administration, position evaluation, general HR program administration or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above.
Advanced Microsoft Excel skills include familiarity with statistical/data functions and multi-user workbook administration.
Effective critical thinking and diagnostic skills. Strong attention to detail.
Interpersonal skills including negotiation, persuasion and ability to balance the communication requirements of customers and technicians. Ability to effect change in a highly collaborative environment.
Demonstrated ability to lead moderate-sized HR projects.
All candidates must show a demonstrated commitment to diversity and the university's mission, vision, and values.
All positions at Seattle University require a criminal history background check.
Experience in a nonprofit or higher education environment highly preferred.
|Contact Name||Human Resources|
|Job Title||Sourcing Recruiter|
Tommy Bahama defines relaxed, sophisticated, island-inspired living, with a complete collection of men’s and women’s sportswear, denim, swimwear, accessories, a complete home collection and restaurants. Tommy Bahama is looking for a qualified Sourcing Recruiter to join our efforts to create an island lifestyle that inspires the world to relax.
EXPERIENCE, TALENT AND EDUCATION
HOW TO APPLY
Tommy Bahama is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We look forward to hearing from you. Mahalo (thank you)!
|Contact Name||Tommy Bahama|