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Location : Location US-ID-Boise
Posted Date 3 days ago(7/30/2021 5:59 PM)
Plans, manages, and coordinates the resources and activities that support the facilitation, implementation and successful completion of assigned project(s) to uphold payroll department-based initiatives, which will contribute to the continued growth of the organization. Supports the payroll department by testing and configuring system changes. Exercises leadership in integrated project management that includes the development, planning, initiation, and oversight of assigned project(s). Coordinates activities related to compliance, including but not limited to training, third-party vendors, and reporting. Consistently provides friendly and engaging customer service to internal and external customers. Perform related work.     Typical Duties and Responsibilities - Deliver friendly and engaging customer service to internal and external customers by telephone, email, and in person. Model friendly, enthusiastic customer service with an emphasis of taking care of the - In conjunction with the Director of Payroll and ESOP, develop project plans and timelines. - Test, document, and support business system applications. - Oversee and manage payroll initiatives and other company-wide projects. - Ensure compliance with company policy, local, state, and federal laws related to assigned projects. - Establish and maintain well-communicated schedules for all phases of project(s). - Manage multiple concurrent projects, providing leadership and direction for project completion. - Plan, schedule, and lead project meetings related to logistics, project status updates, and milestone achievement. - Develop procedures and the related training documentation, classroom presentations and computer based training programs. Present and administer in person and via computer-based training. - Travel as needed to present live training sessions and perform other special projects. - Determine resource requirements (including staffing, software, hardware & facilities) of project(s), based upon the project specifications. - Determine roles of project team members based upon project requirements, timelines, and budget. - Develop strong cross-team and stakeholder collaboration and ensures the attainment of short- and long-term project goals and objectives. - Proactively identify changes in work scope and take action to reassess and amend project tasks, proposals, contracts, and schedules. Facilitate resolution of project issues and communicate status to management. - Work with users to identify enhancements and gather detailed requirements. - Perform other duties as needed. Requirements Education: - Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Project Management, Business Administration, Accounting, or related field. Experience: - At least two (2) years in a role with formal project management responsibility, exhibiting knowledge, application and coordination of projects. - Demonstrating good knowledge of payroll and related laws including the ability to provide sound and practical advice. - Providing leadership while exhibiting strong interpersonal relationships and customer service skills - Maintaining an excellent rapport within the team and with customers. - Reading, analyzing, and interpreting professional journals, technical procedures, governmental regulations, and other legal documentation. - Effectively presenting information and responding to questions from groups of managers, company representatives, customers, and the public. - Demonstrating strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.) software. - Exhibiting excellent organizational, analytical, communications and project management skills. - Demonstrating integrity and unquestionable ethics. - Displaying effective presentation capabilities and interpersonal skills with groups of varied sizes. - Demonstrating a high level of maturity, presence, and discretion in handling of sensitive and confidential information. Abilities: - Work independently with minimal supervision while remaining aligned with programs and goals. - Use sound judgment in all project communication to ensure key stakeholders are up to date on project activities in a timely manner. - Effectively prioritize and perform a variety of simultaneous tasks in a high-pressure environment, demonstrating initiative, and self-direction to complete projects within expected deadlines. - Make decisions quickly, based upon a combination of analysis, experience, wisdom and judgment. - Utilize excellent analytical and creative problem-solving skills with a keen attention to detail. - Develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with fellow employees and outside contacts, user groups, and vendors. - Flexible personality with the ability to deal with ambiguity and to think outside the box and provide a continuous flow of new ideas and potential improvements. - Maintain a high level of efficiency and accuracy in all matters. - Write and speak clearly and succinctly in a variety of communication settings with payroll and non-payroll groups. - Preform all tasks with integrity and extreme confidentiality. - Occasionally work evenings and weekends in order to meet deadlines. - Travel as needed, potentially for extended periods. Additional Requirements: - Acceptable Department of Motor Vehicles driving record. Preferred Education, Experience and/or Credentials: - Five (5) or more years of Project Management experience. - Program Management Institute (PMI) Certification - Demonstrated knowledge of payroll, labor, and related regulations. - Five (5) or more years in a Payroll Specialist or similar role demonstrating good knowledge of payroll and related laws including the ability to provide sound and practical advice. - Master’s Degree - CPP/FPC certification.   The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the employees assigned to this job. All employees must comply with company policies and applicable laws. The responsibilities, duties, and qualifications required of personnel may vary.
City
Boise
State
Idaho
Address
650 N. Armstrong Place
Country
United States
Post End Date
8/21/2021
Store #
Boise #979
Location : Location US-ID-BOISE
Posted Date 4 days ago(7/29/2021 6:30 PM)
Support the Talent Acquisition team in delivering excellent service to both internal customers and applicants. Administer talent acquisition/employment/recruiting programs and processes to ensure the best experience for candidates, hiring managers, talent acquisition and other corporate partners.Provide positive candidate and new hire experiences, and support hiring managers and talent acquisition partners in their efforts to bring the best talent to our company.     Typical Duties and Responsibilities: - Manage candidates through the pre-boarding process: background checks, system updating, be the candidate point of contact throughout the onboarding process. - Assist with coordinating logistics for recruiting events and new store openings. - Perform customer service functions; answer and direct multi-line telephone calls (HR Hotline) to appropriate Human Resource staff members and deliver messages; answer questions from employees, applicants, vendors, solicitors, etc.; receive, respond and direct email communication (HR Inbox) to appropriate Human Resource staff members. - Assist the talent acquisition team and hiring managers with candidate contact, scheduling interviews, and managing related documentation. - Develop strong relationships and maintain effective communication channels (including hiring managers, recruiters, and candidates). - Review internal applications and former employees’ employment records to determine eligibility for transfer, promotion or rehire. Notifies appropriate parties of results. - Provide follow-up correspondence to candidates (via applicant tracking system and/or email) related to status in selection process. - Assist store personnel with administration of online applicant tracking system, including new user guidance, trouble shooting and problem solving. - Conduct onboarding and orientation for new hires to the general office location; assist with new employee process, answers employee questions; complete and collect related paperwork and documentation. - Maintain new hire packets, ensuring packets are current, accurate and complete for each state. - Manage posting and application process tasks associated with the Manager in Training (MIT) and Manager Apprentice (MA) Leadership Development Program (verifying criminal background results, administering assessments, maintaining progress reports and accurate participation records) and tracking MIT development. - Manage the Learning Management System (LMS) administration, enrollment, training data input, documentation, related travel and follow up. - Administer WinCo’s Tuition Assistance program. - Perform tasks associated with administering WinCo’s Drug & Alcohol policy and the administration of criminal background verifications. - Receive, organize, itemize and verify HR related bills/invoices for final review and approval. Prepare and submit to Accounts Payable for timely payment. - Ensure all current and new store and warehouse locations have current employment notices available for posting as required by local, state and federal law. - Prepare and provide documents requested by WinCo’s unemployment hearing representative for hearing/appeal purposes. - Maintain an inventory of MATS training supplies and fulfill store orders when requested. - Assist and complete Human Resource related projects, reports and support. - Promote WinCo’s philosophies and values, ensure quality in all areas and encourage teamwork by providing support in the HR department and throughout the organization. - Cultivate effective relationships with internal and external customers. - Perform other duties as assigned or needed.   Required Education and Experience: - High School Diploma or equivalent - At least one (1) year office experience to include answering a multi-line telephone system. - At least two (2) years in human resource environment or related experience. - Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.) software. - Highly skilled in administrative functions; quick and accurate alpha and numeric data entry, attentive to detail and effectively monitor progress towards completion of tasks. - Experience developing and maintaining effective relationships with team members, managers and employees. - High level of organization and attention to detail.   Ability to: - Communicate clearly and professionally, utilizing excellent verbal, written and inter-personal communication skills. - Handle confidential and sensitive information in a professional manner. - Field and prioritize varied tasks, phone calls and projects. - Work independently and efficiently with minimal supervision (self-motivated, take initiative and drive results). - Accept direction from multiple sources and effectively manage time to ensure deadlines are met. - Be highly adaptable to change. - Sit and twist upper body for extended periods of time. - Use both hands repetitively for extended periods of time. - Perform all tasks with integrity and dependability.   Machines and Equipment Operated: - Office machines (multi-line telephone, computer terminal, copier/scanner, 10-key, fax machine, etc.).   Preferred Education, Experience and/or Credentials: - One to two years’ experience in a Human Resource team environment.   The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the employees assigned to this job. All employees must comply with Company policies and applicable laws. The responsibilities, duties and qualifications required of personnel may vary.
City
BOISE
State
Idaho
Address
650 N. ARMSTRONG PLACE
Country
United States
Post End Date
8/6/2021
Store #
Boise #979
Location : Location US-ID-BOISE
Posted Date 5 days ago(7/28/2021 2:59 PM)
Job Summary This position is accountable for maintaining and monitoring store pricing within our Retail Pricing system.   Primary duties include competitive price analysis, data entry, item and vendor maintenance, cost changes, retail pricing changes, setting up promotions and other duties as assigned.   Typical Duties and Responsibilities - Enters new items into the computer system by performing such duties as contacting supplier to verify stock, gaining authorization, establishing gross margins and inputting information into the system. - Monitors item movement from stores by correcting errors, researching no-find (unauthorized) items, proofing reports to find discrepancies, etc. - Identifies errors by proofing reports and comparing store data against the master file. - Enters cost, promotions and pricing data into system, print reports, proof reports, communicates with vendors and stores via phone and email. - Sets prices based on competition for sections and “super comps” in area stores using prescribed rules and analyzing competitive pricing. - Performs office clerical duties (i.e., filing, collating, etc.). - Coordinates with stores by communicating via phone and email. - Monitor store daily item movement (dim) cost, retail and movement to ensure accuracy. - Performs other duties as assigned or needed.  Requirements Education: - High School Diploma or Equivalent. Experience: - Demonstrating expertise in Retail Pricing, Store Scanning, Receiving and/or Retail Operations. - Performing quick and accurate 10-key data entry. - Demonstrated proficiency with numerical data and calculations. - Providing excellent prioritizing skills with the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet critical deadlines. - Applying strong analytical and problem-solving skills with close attention to detail in order to effectively monitor progress and complete assignments, performing all duties with efficiency and accuracy. - Demonstrating initiative and self-direction to perform a variety of simultaneous skills (multi-tasking). - Demonstrating proficient use of Windows and Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.). - Utilizing excellent verbal, written and inter-personal communication skills to establish and maintain a good rapport with co-workers, Supervisors, store personnel and vendors. - Must be dependable and demonstrate initiative. Ability to: - Prioritize, delegate, direct and organize tasks while meeting strict deadlines. - Handle stress and deal with a variety of demands simultaneously. - Be self-directed and demonstrate excellent time management skills. - Continuously perform duties requiring manual dexterity for typing 35 wpm, collating, distributing paperwork, data input, proficient use of 10-key, attaching papers, sorting, etc. - Sit for extended periods of time. - Perform all tasks with integrity and extreme confidentiality. Machines and Equipment Operated: - Office machines (computer terminal, copier/scanner, 10-key, fax machine, telephone, etc) The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by the employees assigned to this job.  All employees must comply with Company policies and applicable laws.  The responsibilities, duties and qualifications required of personnel may vary.     
City
BOISE
State
Idaho
Address
650 N ARMSTRONG PLACE
Country
United States
Post End Date
8/9/2021
Store #
Boise #000
Location : Location US-UT-
Posted Date 1 month ago(7/2/2021 6:43 PM)
This position will supports all Utah/Montana/Eastern Idaho locations and the surrounding region; including current and future locations in the general geographic area.  The Human Resource Business Partner provides strategic, operational human resource consulting to field operational leadership by consulting with Operations business leaders within assigned region(s) to identify needs and determine effective Human Resources strategies, programs and services to address them.  Partners to plan and execute strategies. The individual will acts as a strong role model, motivating for growth while driving a high level of performance based on metrics, analytics and execution.   This position requires strong leadership, problem solving, strategic thinking, team building, change management/influencing skills and thought leadership in human resources. This role is highly transformational. Typical Duties and Responsibilities - Consults with business leaders to identify needs, analyzes metrics, and adjusts strategy in support of business objectives.  Collaborates in the implementation of Human Resources initiatives and programs for assigned region(s). - Analyze metrics to communicate progress toward goals, identify problem areas, and develop action plans. - Partners with business leaders and the Talent Acquisition department in the design, development, and execution of staffing strategies that ensure the attraction and selection of high potential talent and achieve appropriate staffing levels.  This includes ensuring recruiting strategies remain viable and relevant to target candidates and the assigned area(s) and division. - Facilitates Succession/Bench Planning sessions to identify future bench, gaps in talent base, and at risk performers.  Collaborates with business leaders on employee development needs and bench planning decisions. Assists leaders with development plans for key talent to improve readiness levels and further career progression. - Consults with business leaders to foster and promote our retail environments consistent with WinCo’s Purpose & Core Values.  Provides consultation support to business leaders addressing employee store environment concerns, including the application of company policies and employment laws.   Ensures compliance with local, state, and federal employment laws and regulations. - Regularly visit stores in assigned region(s) to build productive relationships with field staff and management and to assess employee morale and drive engagement. - Partner closely with human resource peers and retail operations leadership to consistently improve and enhance strategies, systems and process. - Human Resources program activity, conducts additional research and analysis as needed, and prepares reports and makes presentations. Facilitates delivery of program content and training to assigned client group and broader audiences, as appropriate. - Ensure compliance with the company’s policies and processes, and local, state, and federal employment laws and regulations. Evaluate potential risks and liabilities.   Requirements Education: - B.S. or B.A. in Business, Human Resources Management, or related field or equivalent experience Experience: - At least 3 (three) years of applicable Human Resources experience - Understanding of legal principles including State and Federal labor laws. - Demonstrated ability to work with executive stakeholders and take a proactive approach to business challenges. - A very open and transparent communication style, along with the ability to constructively give and receive feedback while maintaining positive relationships and maintaining the self-esteem of others. Should be open to dialogue and receptive to other ideas while still able to communicate your own point of view and push back as necessary to lead to effective outcomes. - Strong analytical skills, financial aptitude, and attention to detail. Ability to manage multiple priorities at the same time and to work effectively with other functions to ensure deadlines are met. - Comfortable challenging organizational norms and accepted thinking to improve effectiveness. - Active learner; enhances personal, professional, and business growth through new knowledge and experiences; pushes the organization to learn from other industries' standards and practices.   Preferred Education, Experience and/or Credentials: - Master Degree - Retail industry experience - PHR or other related professional designation desirable   We embrace the diversity of our employee owners, ideas and cultures and know that through their hard work and dedication is how we shape our customer experiences.  We are employee owned and looking for talented professionals that share our passion      
State
Utah
Country
United States
Post End Date
8/3/2021
Store #
Utah

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