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Location:

Ellicott City, MD

Date open:

September 7, 2017

Type of Employment:

Contract to Hire

Our Client is seeking a Benefits Administrator in Ellicott City, MD.

Primary Responsibilities and Job Tasks:

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

• Serves as lead administrator for all duties related to HCLS employee benefits
• Administers benefits, including but not limited to medical, dental, and vision plans, life insurance, leave plans, legal, retirement and wellness plans
• Distributes and processes all new hire paperwork
• Facilitates benefits orientation for all new hires
• Oversees benefits open enrollment process from beginning to end
• Works collaboratively with payroll to ensure accuracy of personnel actions related to salary and benefits
• Processes all personnel action forms, ensuring accuracy of salaries, dates and employee personal information
• Ensures compliance with federal, state and local laws including, but not limited to ACA reporting, plan audits, notice distributions, and other HR reporting
• Maintains benefits content on intranet including plan documents and summaries
• Manages the distribution and collection of performance management documents
• Serves as a coordinator of and liaisons with Maryland State Retirement
• Oversees maintenance of employee personnel files
• Communicates and updates staff on benefits-related topics
• Conducts one-on-one counseling with staff to answer benefits related questions
• Administers FMLA and performs all tasks associated, including tracking of leave and
management of medical forms
• Serves as a resource to employees by fielding questions and resolving benefits issues
• Serves as liaison with County Human Resources department
• Collaborates with the county and community college on benefits-related initiatives and projects
• Confidentially handles sensitive information and situations
• Serves as liaison with benefits vendors, resolving employee and plan issues that may arise
• Maintains regular and predictable performance
• Adheres to all policies and procedures

 

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

• Four-year college degree, Bachelors in Human Resources a plus
• Minimum five years benefits administration experience
• People skills—ability to work effectively with others and enjoy it
• Demonstrated ability to provide extraordinary customer service
• Demonstrated ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality
• Strong project management skills
• Ability to perform multiple tasks with extreme accuracy
• Demonstrated ability to work independently and take initiative
• Excellent organizational and planning skills
• Superior attention to detail
• Excellent communications skills both verbally and written

 

POSITION DESCRIPTION

• Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain effective, collaborative working relationships
• Displays good judgment, tact, diplomacy, and political acumen in all situations
• Ability to build and foster relationships with agencies, individuals, businesses, and community partners
• Tech savvy — ability to use programs/processes such as the Internet, electronic databases, human resources systems, office applications, as well as other library related programs
• Current valid drivers license

 

PHYSICAL STANDARDS

• Job allows for variance in work routine, requiring considerable amounts of standing, walking, bending, reaching, pushing, pulling, and sitting
• Strenuous activity required, such as carrying bags or boxes of books (weighing up to 30 lbs.), or arranging rooms for events and classes
• Some driving required

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Location:

New York, NY

Date open:

August 31, 2017

Type of Employment:

Direct Hire

Our Client is seeking a Senior Administrative Secretary in New York, NY.

Primary Responsibilities and Job Tasks:

NOTE: 

  1. This position is not represented by CWA.
  2. The successful candidate will be required to work overtime on an as-needed basis.

RESPONSIBILITIES:  Reporting directly to the Deputy General Manager, John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), the day-to-day responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: provide effective customer service for all internal and external General Manager’s Office customers (e.g. airlines, vendors, contractors, elected officials, dignitaries), schedule meetings, calendar coordination, establish and maintain extensive follow-up systems, screen and prioritize incoming phone calls, prioritize and distribute highly confidential and sensitive mail, review and edit correspondence for the Deputy General Manager’s signature,  arrange business trips, prepare travel authorizations and expense accounts, assist in the coordination of executive correspondence, weekly highlights, and the JFK Board Process and other administrative duties.

 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:

  • Applicant must meet all qualifications for Band III titles identified in the Administrative Testing Series Bulletin.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Demonstrated interpersonal and customer service skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to interact effectively and assist various senior level management and high-level executives of the airport community, elected officials, commissioners, etc.
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritize assignments, handle several tasks simultaneously and deliver them accurately and on a timely basis.
  • Strong organization and follow-up skills and the ability to plan, prioritize and anticipate the informational needs of the Airport Deputy General Manager.
  • Demonstrated ability to use initiative and independent judgment.
  • Significant experience in preparing initial drafts of basic memos and correspondence.
  • Experience with PC-based applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, SAP, etc.
  • Knowledge of PeopleSoft.

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Location:

New York, NY

Date open:

August 28, 2017

Type of Employment:

Direct Hire

Our Client is seeking a Principal Office Assistant in New York, NY.

Primary Responsibilities and Job Tasks:

Responsibilities

Under the direct supervision of the Administrator, the successful candidate will be responsible for performing secretarial and clerical duties including but not limited to:

  • Back-up timekeeper using PeopleSoft, Time & Labor reports and various system reports, absence tracking, distribution of paychecks and transit checks.
  • Typing and handling of confidential correspondence
  • Assisting the business management unit with organizational tasks (filing, ordering office supplies, etc.)
  • Coordinating and scheduling meetings in Outlook
  • Preparing business trip memorandums, business travel authorizations through SAP Travel Management, including related entries
  • Working with the Port Authority’s designated travel agent to arrange necessary travel accommodations (ADTRAV)
  • Preparing purchase orders and processing invoices for payment through SAP
  • Providing telephone coverage for the Chief Technology Officer and Business Management Unit.
  • Performing special projects as requested.

 

Qualifications

Candidates must present the following qualifications to be considered eligible for this position:

  • Demonstrated interpersonal skills including demonstrated experience interacting effectively with staff at all levels and outside agencies.
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritize and handle multiple assignments simultaneously and deliver them accurately and on a timely basis with minimal supervision.
  • Demonstrated effective oral and written communication and interpersonal skills necessary to establish positive working relationships.
  • Demonstrated working knowledge and experience of PC applications like PeopleSoft, SAP, SAP Travel Management (ADTRAV), Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.

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Location:

Washington, DC

Date open:

August 9, 2017

Type of Employment:

Contract

Our Client is seeking an Accountant Assistant in Washington, DC.

Primary Responsibilities and Job Tasks:

Duties:

  • Review invoices and check requests
  • Sort and match invoices and check requests
  • Process check requests
  • Prepare and process accounts payable checks, electronic transfers and ACH payments
  • Reconciliation of payments
  • Prepare analysis of accounts
  • Monitor accounts to ensure payments are up to date
  • Resolve invoice discrepancies
  • Vendor file maintenance
  • Correspond with vendors and respond to inquiries
  • Produce monthly reports
  • Assist in month end closing

 

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor degree or above
  • 2 years+ accounts payable and general accounting experience required
  • Preferable Bilingual- English and Mandarin but not required

 

Software Knowledge:

  • Proficient in Quickbooks and Microsoft Excel
  • Familiarity with Concur System preferred

 

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Location:

Washington, DC

Date open:

August 8, 2017

Type of Employment:

Direct Hire

Our Client is seeking a Compensation Analyst in Washington, DC.

Primary Responsibilities and Job Tasks:

Our client is seeking a Compensation Analyst for our Human Capital and Development department. This position is responsible for performing various duties and projects associated with the administration and design of our company’s compensation programs, policies, and initiatives, and acting as an internal consultant and resource on compensation issues and needs for other Human Resources (HR) staff, as well as management and employees.

This position will be responsible for:

•          Performing the administration and execution of the compensation programs, processes, and activities associated with the performance management, job description development and review, position and FLSA classification;

•          Providing timely and accurate responses to compensation inquiries regarding processes, policies, and program/plan provisions, and assisting managers with job descriptions and salary revisions as well as reviewing requests for reclassifications;

•          Completing market-related research, studies, and surveys to determine  competitiveness, supporting the evaluation and recommendation of appropriate actions, programs and practices to enhance recruitment and retention efforts, and preparing summaries of findings;

•          Collaborating with the talent acquisition team to determine offers for new employees;

•          Preparing ad hoc reports and analyses on the compensation programs, practices, and actions as well as maintaining data and information related to employment and salary actions;

•          Collaborating with the Director on a variety of projects to include program design, analysis, and budgeting;

•          Assisting in developing and delivering communication, education programs and materials to educate employees on compensation programs, policies, and processes;

•          Supporting the coordination and communication of compensation related events and presentations;

•          Maintaining the HRIS database related to salary actions, inputting data, designing and producing reports, and conducting ongoing audit and quality assurance actions to insure data integrity;

•          Supporting the implementation and administration of various HR initiatives, managing, performing, or assisting with various projects, processes, and programs, and acting as a liaison or partner with cross-functional integration;

•          Ensuring compliance with all applicable federal and state employment laws and maintaining the confidentiality of all HR-related information;

•          Maintaining a focus on professional development and keeping abreast of HR trends and issues, related to the compensation, including any legislative or compliance requirements that may be relevant to;

Qualifications:

•          Bachelors Degree in Human Resources or related field or equivalent years of experience;

•          Minimum five years of related HR experience with a heavy emphasis in the benefits and compensation functions;

•          Certification as a human resources professional (PHR, CCP) or equivalent preferred;

•          Advanced knowledge of compensation administration and practices, and processes associated with analyzing, developing, implementing, and administering compensation programs, plans, policies, and actions;

•          Knowledge and understanding of federal regulations as they apply to compensation programs and processes, as well as related to applicable state laws, and the ability to apply that knowledge to ensure compliance;

•          Attention to detail with a demonstrated commitment to excellence and performance improvement and the drive to deliver quality and value-added results and outcomes;

•          Ability to read and comprehend the content of documents and take appropriate action;

•          A professional presence and strong interpersonal skills for interacting in a courteous, timely, and diplomatic manner;

•          A customer focus which demonstrates proactive, responsive services;

•          Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to organize, present, and articulate ideas;

•          Strong analytical skills with the demonstrated ability to gather and evaluate complex data and information and develop a recommendation and plan of action along with mathematical competency;

•          Ability to assess situations and information, think creatively, devise innovative solutions, and make good judgments in the execution of job responsibilities;

•          Excellent project management skills for planning and executing multiple projects and priorities;

•          Excellent organizational skills with the ability to prioritize workload and meet deadlines with an appropriate sense of urgency;

•          Ability to work independently, as an effective team member and with all levels of the organization;

•          Proficiency with Microsoft Office (WORD, POWERPOINT, EXCEL) and demonstrated competency in Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) usage. Knowledge of Dayforce or other major HRIS helpful;

•          Ability to handle information of a confidential nature and ensure that such information is secured and maintained in an appropriate manner;

•          An interest in and commitment to animal welfare and protection is highly desired.

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Location:

Baltimore, MD

Date open:

June 15, 2017

Type of Employment:

Direct Hire

Our Client is seeking a Account Manager/Customer Service in Baltimore, MD.

Primary Responsibilities and Job Tasks:

The Traffic Coordinator is responsible for managing the full spectrum of LME/General Cargo logistics, inventory and client services in order to build and maintain additional warehousing opportunities.

The position’s key responsibilities include:

·        Providing oversight for assigned client accounts to ensure customer satisfaction and retention

·        Collaborating with Accounting to process and manage P&L, billing and inventory

·        Administration and oversight of customer inventory

·        Training of administrative employees on procedures related to customer accounts

·        Data management to include bill of lading, inventory control and other pertinent reports or output related to client accounts

·        Process various paperwork to ensure smooth operations (FOT, rent invoices, balance rent invoices, SPE/Inbound)

·        Issuing and cancellation of warrants for warehoused materials

·        Ensuring regulatory compliance for LME filing and other processes

·        Managing and supporting other projects as assigned

Position requirements- experience, education and skills:

·        Bachelor’s Degree in related field or equivalent combination of education and experience.

·        Minimum of four (4) years inventory/warehouse coordination experience or possess demonstrated project management and customer service skills, with knowledge and abilities to perform above mentioned tasks.

·        Solid organizational, critical thinking and time management skills.

·        Superior written and oral communication skills.

·        Proficiency with applicable software (Excel, Word, Outlook and inventory tracking systems) with the aptitude to learn and apply new software quickly.

·        Good knowledge of LME and/or General Cargo is desired, but not required.

·        Must be able to work additional hours as required to get work processed.

·        Ability to multitask under pressure and to meet short deadlines.

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