The International School of Boston (www.isbos.org) seeks a Human Resources and Payroll Manager (HR/PM) to handles the day-to-day operations of the Human Resources and Payroll office for the School and its 150 employees. This position is hands-on, requiring technical proficiency and experience in a non-profit setting. This role, which reports directly to the Director of Accounting and also works closely with the Chief Financial Operating Officer, oversees all HR functions, including employee relations, benefits administration, enforcement of Policies and Procedures and compliance matters.
Process bi-weekly payroll using Paycom.
Manage and maintain employee insurance enrollment process, including open enrollment, change and termination reporting, monitoring of invoices, and communication of information to employees.
Administer the Worker’s Compensation Program.
Serve as Plan Administrator for the 403(b) retirement plan.
Manage new hires, terminations, temporary staff and volunteer HR process.
Manage the Annual Employment Agreement Program.
Maintain employee personnel files and other relevant information.
Maintain compliance with federal and state regulations, including OSHA, EEO-1 Reporting, FMLA and unemployment reporting.
Responsible for the creation and/or revision of Human Resources Policies and Procedures, Job Descriptions and Employee Handbook.
Manage Employee Relations Issues.
Design and implement HR initiatives such as Holiday Party, Wellness program, monthly HR Newsletters, etc.
Experience using an HRMS/HRIS a must. Paycom knowledge preferred.
At least 5 years of solid HR generalist experience.
Bachelor's degree in human resources management, business or other related field preferred.
French speaking a plus.
Strong verbal, listening, presentation and writing skills.
Able to effectively communicate and build professional relationships with a diverse employee population.
Strong interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations and documentation. Ability to deal with a myriad of employee issues.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office.
Attention to details and initiative in improving HR processes.
Positive outlook and a sense of humor are essential.