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We are looking for a dynamic, high energy CFO to drive success through monitoring financial performance and developing a profitable financial plan for a growing $50 million innovative company located in Raleigh, NC. The goal of the CFO is to protect the company’s revenues and profits to achieve full financial control and sustainable growth.
Permanent position, Salary $150-200K
- Lead finance personnel (team of at least 3)
- Works with other department heads and C-suite to monitor each department and make recommendations.
- Drive the company’s financial planning
- Develops finance organizational strategies by contributing financial and accounting information, analysis, and recommendations to strategic thinking and direction and establishing functional objectives in line with organizational objectives
- Direct and oversee all aspects of the Finance & Accounting functions of the organization
- Assisting the CEO to develop financial plans
- Reports financial status by developing forecasts, reporting results, analyzing variances, and developing improvements
- Control and evaluate the organization’s fundraising plans and capital structure
- Ensure cash flow is appropriate for the organization’s operations
- Maintain outstanding banking relationships and strategic alliances with vendors and business partners
- Directs the preparation of all financial statements, including income statements, balance sheets, shareholder reports, tax returns, and governmental agency reports.
- Ensure compliance with the law and company’s policies
- Reviews planning process and suggests improvements to current methods
- Managing insurance and other financial protections (such as general liability, worker’s compensation, insurance for fleet, etc.)
- Create and manage fleet policies
Education and Certifications:
- BSc/BA in Accounting, Finance or relevant field; MSc/MBA is a plus
- Certified Public Accountant designation preferred
- Proven experience as CFO, finance officer or relevant role OR
- 10+ years in progressively responsible financial leadership roles, preferably in real estate development, property management, and/or constructions industry
- In depth knowledge of corporate financial law and risk management practices
- Excellent knowledge of data analysis and forecasting methods
- Proficiency with accounting software, word processing, and spreadsheets
- Solid GAAP and financial reporting technical skills
A Benefits package is available upon request. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of your resume.
We are currently looking for an individual who is willing to perform a variety of community development assignments in support of management in counseling services among clients of the agencies and community liaison/development/advocacy. The pay rate is up to $15/hr.
The main responsibilities are:
- Provide intake, information, assistance, counseling and follow-up services to improve or enhance the quality of life to seniors by using written and oral communication skills, and interviewing skills.
- Provide assistance with data collection, statistical and narrative reports and other administrative functions to assure the program goals and objectives are achieved.
- Maintain interagency work relationships, in order to coordinate the delivery of services and visibility of the unit by using interpersonal relationship skills and demonstrating knowledge of other agencies functions.
- Performs other tasks and duties as assigned which may not be specifically listed in the class specification or position description, but which fall within the general occupational category and responsibility level typically associated with the incumbent’s class work.
- Some traveling is required
- Bachelors degree in Psychology/Family Health/Criminal Justice/Pre-Law
- Must have case management experience
- One to three years of experience required
The HR Source is seeking a Financial Management Analyst to provide hands-on analysis and management of a portfolio of medical service delivery projects in a federal government agency. The portfolio provides healthcare programs to Military Service Members throughout the world. The position will report to the client site in Falls Church, VA. This is a temp-to-perm position. Pay rate is $90,000-105,000.
Candidate MUST have:
· ACTIVE Secret Clearance
· DoD financial management experience in a military environment
· Experience in analysis, accounting, internal controls, financial reporting, budget managing, account reconciliation, reporting and strategic financial planning
· Financial management at the portfolio level
· Ability to perform financial analysis, financial reconciliation between plan and actuals, reporting and presenting recommendations to the portfolio manager
· Ability to produce high quality deliverables and reports on time
· Ability to coordinate and facilitate one or more budget data calls and consolidating budget “builds” annually
· Ability to manage BSO level Unfunded Requirement Requests (UFR) calls
· Ability to format executive level Status of Funds
Preferred Skills and Experience:
· Takes INITIATIVE, FOLLOWS-THRU on tasks and produces RESULTS
· Knowledge of Department of Defense (DoD) budget and finance tool suites – DoD SMART, STARS, FASTDATA, and BAERS
· Advanced level skill and experience with Microsoft Excel
· Excellent verbal and written communications skills; ability to communicate with wide range of personalities
· Excellent organizational skills and ability to multi task; high customer service focus with attention to detail, accuracy, and on-time delivery
· Direct client support experience
· Federal consulting experience
· Proficient in the entire MS Office suite
Position responsibilities may include:
· Weekly Executive view of Status of Funds reports
· Weekly Project Execution Reports
· Annual Planning Figure Change Requests
· Fund Authorization Document Requests
· Spend Plan adjustments
· Monitoring Execution and preparing recommended courses of action to meet performance metrics
Education and/or Experience:
· Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or similar discipline
· At least 6 years of consecutive experience in budget and financial management
· Medical, Dental, & Vision Benefits
· Long-Term & Short-Term Disability
· Life Insurance
· 3 weeks PTO + Holidays
· Salary dependent on skills and experience
Our client, a large national company is searching for a Corporate Recruiter with 3-7 years of experience. This is a long-term contract position (benefits available as needed). It will start off fully remote and become more hybrid come January 2022. The locations the viable candidate will be considered in are: Washington, DC, Wilmington, DE, or Philadelphia, PA.
The pay range is between $30 and $46.50 per hour depending on experience. These opportunities require full-time commitment (40 hours/week)
SUMMARY OF DUTIES: The successful candidates will be recruiting talent for positions in the Corporate Functions with a focus on Management and non-agreement positions. As a member of the Talent Acquisition team, the recruiters will partner with hiring managers and HR business partners throughout their assigned functional area. While partnering with hiring managers, the recruiters will understand business and staffing requirements, provide market analysis, direct & influence recruitment process, develop local sourcing strategies, and measure and monitor the quality & cycle time in the execution of the recruiting process. Other recruiting activities/efforts may be assigned/available as needed. The successful candidate will heavily influence the recruitment & selection process. This will include conducting thorough and timely in-take calls, committing to weekly communications with Hiring Mangers and driving the recruitment at every step of the process to fill jobs with qualified candidates. This role focuses heavily on the relationship with hiring managers and requires the recruiter to be highly organized, possess ample experience and genuinely thrive in managing requisitions and candidates.
- Defining hiring needs with hiring organization / manager
- Conduct timely and effective intake sessions with hiring manager.
- Define needs, set expectations and plan for selections / interviews.
- Develop quality and effective postings – translating hiring manager job descriptions & needs into effective advertisements to attract finest talent.
- Identify effective sourcing strategies to support hiring a diverse slate of candidates.
- Provide regular updates to the hiring manager, and partner with HR Business Partner as needed.
- Screening & recommending candidates to hiring managers.
- Develop effective prescreening questions and review resumes to match needs of the position/organization
- Phone screen applicants
This position requires a highly organized and disciplined individual to execute recruiting, to meet/exceed expectations. The recruiter must be able to build outstanding relationships with Hiring Managers while influencing them on best practices, use solid judgment and thrive in a fast-paced and ambiguous environment. The recruiter may support other recruiting team activities as assigned/needed and must comply with all employment laws/legal requirements.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of training, education and relevant experience may be considered in lieu of a degree.
- Minimum 3 of years recruiting experience
- Demonstrated background in developing and executing recruiting process(s)
- Demonstrated experience/knowledge with Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS)
- Experience managing a full life-cycle recruitment desk
- Strong professional presence; proven ability to effectively work with internal hiring managers.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Demonstrated experience in taking initiative and solving problems from an influential position in an organization
- Proven consulting skills.
- Demonstrated use of independent judgment and discretion in the delivery of recruitment services
- Self-motivated, confident and able to work effectively with little supervision; consistently takes initiative, takes action, and has a ‘can do’ attitude
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience with Successfactors – ATS system Experience in a fast-paced, high requisition load recruitment environment
COMMUNICATIONS AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS: Must have excellent written and oral communication skills.
The HR Source has an immediate opportunity for an Administrative Assistant to provide support for a client in Landover, MD. MUST BE BILINGUAL IN SPANISH. This is a contract-to-hire opening and must be able to work onsite. The duties will include answering phones, responding to emails and data entry. The qualified candidate must be reliable, organized, and efficient with great attention to detail. Must have excellent communication skills and writing skills. The hours are 7:30am to 5:30pm and can work full-time or part-time. Pay will be between $15 and $20 per hour.
This job opening has an immediate start date. If you or someone you know is interested in this position, please reply, and send your updated resume in Word format AS SOON AS POSSIBLE to: email@example.com.
Our client is a nationally recognized and award-winning organization whose mission is to manage physical growth and plan communities, protect and steward natural, cultural, and historic resources, and provide leisure and recreational experiences. The organization serves citizens within Montgomery and Prince George’s counties and employs over 5000 full time and seasonal employees.
The organization is seeking 2 skilled Classification Specialists to work in its Human Resources and Management headquarters located in Riverdale, Maryland.
- Participating in meetings with management and employees gathering information to develop draft class specifications/job descriptions. Interviewing employees to gather more detailed information. Disseminating information concerning the study.
- Ability to review and analyze consultants work regarding difference in levels of class specifications/position descriptions.
- Conducting job classification and evaluation using point factor evaluation system and preparing written report on findings.
- Drafting classification specifications/position descriptions along with corresponding reports; determining proper occupational series and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) designation.
- Interacting with clients on a daily basis.
The ideal candidate will:
- Have a minimum of five years of experience writing class specifications/job descriptions as well as knowledge regarding the application of a point factor systems in evaluating positions.
- Have Excellent writing skills.
- Have knowledge of Compensation and Classification principles and practices and its applications.
- Be motivated and a self-starter with good analytical, collaborative, and oral presentation skills.
- Possess ability to compile and analyze data and present logical conclusions.
- Possess a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word and Excel).
- Possess ability to establish and maintain cooperative relationships with others encountered in the work.
This position is for 12 months, and it is full-time.
***NOTE: This position will be remote to start and after employees return to the office, it will be a combination of remote and onsite. The client is open to candidates who do not live in the area and would work 100% remote; however, such candidates must possess a very strong skill set.
Our client in Landover, MD is seeking a Bilingual (Spanish) Customer Service Representative. This is a contract-to-hire opening and the position is onsite. The duties will include answering phones, responding to emails and data entry. The qualified candidate must be reliable, accurate, organized, and efficient with great attention to detail. Must have excellent communication and writing skills. They are looking for someone who can learn quickly. The hours are 8 am to 5 pm and individuals can work full-time or part-time. Pay rate is between $15 and $15.75 per hour.
***MUST BE BILINGUAL IN SPANISH***
We are looking for a dynamic self-driven HR Manager/Generalist who is not a stranger to running a department of one. The ideal candidate will run the daily functions of the Human Resource (HR) department including organization-wide on-boarding of staff, administering pay, benefits, and leave, performance evaluations, discipline and termination and enforcing company policies and practices.
This position is in Raleigh, NC at a salary of $70 – $90K annually.
Recruitment and Onboarding
- Assist Talent team with recruitment duties as needed.
- Collaborates with the accounting team on new hires, benefits changes, pay/title changes.
- Create, maintain and implement new hire orientation and offboarding processes.
- Ensures all employee paperwork is collected and complete.
- Oversee implementation of performance management initiatives; provide staff training as needed.
- Create and administer various HR programs (pending CEO approval) to include but not limited to productivity, recognition, and morale initiatives; occupational health and safety; and training and development initiatives.
- May be involved as directed in disciplinary matters; disputes and investigations.
- Review, track, and document compliance with mandatory and non-mandatory training, continuing education, and work assessments (as needed). This may include safety training, anti-harassment training, professional licensure, and aptitude exams and certifications.
- Implements, maintains, and reviews payroll processing systems to ensure timely and accurate processing of payroll transactions including salaries, benefits, garnishments, taxes, and other deductions.
- Ensures accurate and timely processing of payroll updates including new hires, terminations, and changes to pay rates.
- Prepares and maintains accurate records and reports of payroll transactions
- Oversees and maintains optimal function of the HRIS, which may include installation, customization, development, maintenance, and upgrade to applications, systems, and modules.
- Provides technical support, troubleshooting, and guidance to HRIS users.
- Collaborates with executive leadership and HR staff to identify system improvements and enhancements; recommends and implements solutions.
- Manages permissions, access, personalization, and similar system operations and settings for HRIS users.
- Programs custom functions and documentation such as automated queries, filters, and reports.
Manage Employee Benefits Programs and Policies
- Administers employee insurance programs including life, disability, and health insurance plans; which may include collecting and submitting employee information and notice of change in status to health, dental, life, disability, and other insurance carriers or insurance brokers.
- Administers employee benefits plans that may include the company’s 401(k) plan and deferred compensation programs.
- Advises and informs employees of changes and developments related to benefits including open enrollment, eligibility, coverage, and provisions.
- Researches and compares incentive compensation plans offered by demographically comparable organizations; assesses competitors plans and makes recommendations for enhancements or improvements required to keep the organizations plans competitive and effective by partnering with outside resources.
- Works as back up to accounting to facilitate accurate and timely delivery of employer contributions and employee payroll deductions to carriers, plan administrators, or other appropriate service providers.
- Completes records, reporting, and other documentation required by federal, state, and provider rules, regulations, and policies.
- Works with broker to Identify and select carriers and plans based on quotes, available benefits, and prior experience.
- Maintains knowledge of trends, developments, and best practices in compensation and benefits administration.
Other HR duties
- Performs administrative and recordkeeping tasks related to staffing changes, which may include layoffs, resignations, terminations, and extended leaves of absence.
- Handles (or delegates) employment-related inquiries from applicants, employees, and supervisors, referring complex and/or sensitive matters to the appropriate staff.
- Maintains compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations, and recommended best practices; works with a team to review policies and practices to maintain compliance.
- Maintains knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management, and employment law.
Education and Certifications:
- Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or a related field required.
- At least 8 years of human resource administration experience preferred (i.e., HRIS management, recruitment, and on-boarding)
- SHRM-CP a plus
Skills and Capabilities:
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills.
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
- Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines and prioritize tasks.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Ability to act with integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality.
- Thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
- Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organizations HRIS and application tracking system.
- Ability to be flexible and willing to change directions easily.
- Strong team player and willing to help others across the organization
Our client, located in Northwest Washington, DC is seeking an HR Coordinator for a direct hire opportunity! Must have a minimum of 2 years of experience in Human Resources. Must have experience with recruiting and benefits administration. This is a very fast-paced environment, and the qualified candidate needs to be extremely organized and detail-oriented. The person will be assisting with open enrollment and heavy recruitment. Must be proficient in Word, Excel, and Outlook. This is an ON-SITE position and is an immediate need!
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Recruiting, collecting, and reviewing all applications and arranging for interviews, checking references, obtaining criminal background checks and drug test results for prospective employees, maintaining all job applications for employment
- Responsible for all hiring process
- Attend job fairs and career days at various facilities
- Implementing HRIS data for payroll, etc.
- Processing all personnel action requests in accordance with facility policies and procedures and prescribed regulations
- Preparing, initiating, implementing, distributing, and monitoring the employee 90 day and annual review evaluations and distribute transmittal sheets to prospective department heads
- Scheduling pre-employment and annual physical examinations, orientation
- Maintaining and securing all personnel related information for inclusion in individual personnel files
- Generating all terminations/discharges and compensation documentation in collaboration with managers/supervisors/directors
- Maintaining all licensures/certifications of both medical staff and other employees of the facility
- Verifying certifications with Assessment Systems, Incorporated (ASI)
- Typing, filing, faxing, copying, and creating spreadsheets and distributing correspondences as needed/directed for tracking and for survey purposes
- Input time and attendance information on all new employees in the Paycom system
- Assume the administrative authority, responsibility, and accountability for performing administrative functions of the department
- Maintaining confidentiality of all pertinent personnel information in accordance with the privacy act, as well as our established personnel policies governing the release of information
- Providing public information (i.e., verification of employment, wages, etc.), in accordance with current laws, regulations, and guidelines governing such matters
- Maintaining a listing of hepatitis b vaccinations/denials and forward information to the infection control/employee health nurse
- Other duties as necessary.
- Must have a minimum of two years’ experience in human resources.
- Must have good judgement and exercise professional integrity
- Must possess a general knowledge of employment regulations and guidelines pertaining to employment, compensation, and benefit administration in a long-term care facility.
- Must be able to read, write, speak, and understand the English language.
- Computer skills in spreadsheets and Microsoft word (data entry compilation – required)
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