Southeast Idaho SHRM  

An affiliated SHRM chapter since March 19, 1969 

The Mission Statement of SEI SHRM reads: As the premier HR organization in Southeast Idaho, we are committed to advancing the capabilities of our HR professionals. We provide value to our members by offering developmental opportunities and a common forum to network, share ideas, and experiences that promote the learning process.

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  • May 17, 2022 10:01 AM | Clint Washburn (Administrator)

    At Development Workshop, Inc. (DWI), we are a mission driven, not-for-profit company serving individuals with disabilities that strives "To assist individuals who have a disability or who are disadvantaged to recognize and to achieve their chosen level of economic and social independence". You will contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity, equity and inclusion are shared values. We are committed to fostering an environment for every teammate that's welcoming and respectful.

    The work is performed under the general direction of the CEO. The principal duties of this position are performed in a general office environment.

    DWI's HR Director must exhibit exceptional communication skills and the ability to build relationships with multiple diverse constituencies, including staff, board members, agency partners, clients, advocates, and community members.

    Wage Range: $41,600 to $46000 per year

    Examples of Work Duties

    • Develop, administer and maintain a human resources program for 150 plus employees;
    • Work with the CEO and Leadership team to determine short and long-term Human Resources Department goals and objectives and participates in strategic planning for company wide human resources needs;
    • Oversee the human resources program including employee relations, recruitment, retention, training, development, compensation and classification;
    • Advise leadership and supervisors on professional development, performance evaluations, and other human resources matters as needed;
    • Ensures compliance with state, federal and funding sources laws, regulations, and DWI's policies;
    • Review and approve job descriptions including minimum qualifications;
    • Investigates employee complaints and harassment and discrimination claims;
    • Maintain official personnel files including training records and recommending human resources system information systems solutions and development;
    • Conduct exit interviews and prepare turnover reports;
    • Approve and monitor Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requests;
    • Administers the employee benefits including medical, dental, vision, and life, flexible spending account plans, retirement, unemployment insurance, sick leave, vacation leave, military leave, court/jury duty leave, and holidays;
    • Other duties as assigned

    Requirements:

    • Prefer a bachelor's degree in human resources, business administration, communications or a related field.
    • Will consider 2 years in human resources or other relatable admin, management experience.
    • Must be able to pass a Health and Welfare background check.

    Check us out at: www.dwinc.org and https://www.facebook.com/developmentworkshopID

    Development Workshop Inc is an Equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age (over 40), sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, disability or national origin. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

    This employer participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with your Form I-9 information to confirm that you are authorized to work in the U. S.

    For assistance or accommodations applying for a position with Development Workshop, please contact the Human Resources department at: 208-524-1550


  • April 22, 2022 4:04 PM | Clint Washburn (Administrator)

    Title Financial Corporation is looking for an HR Director in Blackfoot:

    Are you a HR Professional interested in your next career challenge? Have you accrued experience in most things HR related?  Better yet, maybe you have experience within the financial and/or real estate lending industry?

    If you’re ‘nodding yes’ to these questions, you’re likely the professional we want to visit with…

     This opportunity is a great next step for an HR professional to advance in their career, while making a difference across the culture of our multi-state organization. This role will be critically involved with; program development, systems analysis, networking, travel opportunities, and the use of creativity in a multi-state, fast-paced and growing organization.

    If this sounds like the role you’ve been searching for, give us a call!

    Career Opportunity:   Corporate Human Resources Director  (Exempt, Full-time opportunity, On-Site)

    Company: TITLE FINANCIAL CORPORATION (TFC: 500+ employees – Idaho, Montana, Wyoming)

    TFC Headquarters: Blackfoot, Idaho, USA  (commuting distance from Idaho Falls or Pocatello, Idaho)

    Travel Requirements: 15% – 25% of scheduled work assignments

    Salary Range: Starting at $90k year DOE

    To apply (or get more information): Email Ryan at RyanC@aehr.org Or phone (406) 248-6178 (Note: Associated Employers is facilitating this search on behalf of Title Financial Corporation).

    Summary/Objective: To manage the corporate human resource department and staff, overseeing administration of hiring, retention, termination, performance appraisals, job descriptions, personnel records, legal compliance, compensation, benefits, and long-term staffing strategies.  Responsibilities include development and administration of personnel rules and regulations, compensation structure, job classifications, and programs for employee wellness, training, safety, health and morale. Functions will include training and coaching front line and division management and supervisory staff with navigating and facilitating personnel related conversations and documentation needs with all employees.  Be the company’s human resources leader, providing guidance for all human resources related practices to HR staff and all company departments, across multiple state locations.

    Key Functions:

    • ·         Serve as a leader, mentor and coach to department staff and provide HR service to all company employees
    • ·         Explaining interpretations and applications of regulations, policies, and procedures
    • ·         Evaluate personnel practices to ensure adherence to regulations
    • ·         Oversight and maintenance of the data in (HRIS) information systems and databases
    • ·         Analyze and present strategies to improve TFC’s compensation structure and practices 
    • ·         Discuss business strategies, practices, or policies with managers and executives
    • ·         Job analysis & development of and revisions to job descriptions
    • ·         Assessment and improvement of performance evaluation practices
    • ·         Develop HR related training materials
    • ·         Train personnel on HR associated functions
    • ·         Perform internal HR investigations, and inform individuals of status and findings (when appropriate)
    • ·         Provide Privacy Officer functions and maintain confidentiality with information and record keeping management
    • ·         Communicate and engage with TFC vendors of HR benefits, programs and services.
    • ·         Evaluate effectiveness of personnel policies or practices

    Required Education and Experience

    • 1.        A 4-year degree in human resource management (or related field)
    • 2.        Minimum of 5 years’ successful and demonstrable experience in the HR field.
    • 3.        Supervisory experience.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • 1.        Experience in:
    •                                                                 i.      Centralized HR Operations and Administration
    •                                                               ii.      Establishing / maintaining State and Federal personnel compliance
    •                                                              iii.      Multiple State locations (preference given HR experience and expertise in ID, MT, and WY)
    • 2.        HR Certification(s): SHRM and/or HRCI certifications (or completion of a masters-level degree in an applicable field of study)
    • 3.        Experience in the financial / real estate lending industries

    To apply or get more information): Email Ryan at RyanC@aehr.org  or by Phone at (406) 248-6178

    -Title Financial Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer -


  • April 14, 2022 7:26 PM | Clint Washburn (Administrator)

    Are you looking to advance your career and to make a positive impact on lives in your community? EICAP has an HR Director position opening. This is a leadership position that reports directly to the CEO. Check out the job description for additional details. To apply or ask questions, please submit resumes or questions to Michael.Patten@bbsi.com


  • March 23, 2022 3:09 PM | Clint Washburn (Administrator)

    This is a Full-time, Salaried position with remote work optional.

    https://jobs.ardenthealth.com/portneuf/jobs/89333?lang=en-us

    Purpose:

    Under the direction and in collaboration with Talent Acquisition Manager, this position is responsible to design and execute creative recruiting strategies to engage top talent through multiple channels (social and professional networks, targeted vertical-specific communities, etc.) and manage candidates from outreach to offer. This position will provide an exceptional candidate experience while serving as a subject matter expert & partner to business leaders and hiring managers across their respective client group. This position is also expected to develop lasting relationships with both candidates and hiring managers demonstrated by meeting and exceeding goals set for the role.


    Key Responsibilities:

    ·         Act as a consultative, talent acquisition subject matter expert by applying best practices for full lifecycle recruitment and strategic talent acquisition

    ·         Facilitate the end-to-end recruitment process; including defining/determining strategic sourcing, recruiting, interviewing approach/process, selecting decisions, and offer acceptance process.

    ·         Conduct Intake meeting with hiring manager to include a review of Service Level Agreement (SLA), review requisition and job description, ideal candidate profile, interview process, and salary range expectations

    ·         As appropriate, leverage Recruiting Coordinator to pre-screen candidates, schedule interviews, and debrief sessions

    ·         Participate in the interview process and facilitate interviewer debrief sessions supporting the Hiring Manager is selecting the most qualified candidate for the role

    ·         Manage the candidate experience to include follow-up post-interview, offer and acceptance, and post-hire

    ·         Prepare and extend offer, engage in initial salary negotiations (as appropriate), manage final offer acceptance

    ·         Manage position requisitions from posting, disposition candidates, place silver medalist candidates in future talent pool, and close reqs in the ATS and Laborlytics

    ·         Drive the development and implementation of comprehensive recruiting plans that leverage Ardent branding and marketing techniques to engage both active and passive candidates

    ·         Collaborate with key stakeholders and hiring managers to develop a strong understanding of department culture, business strategy and talent profiles to deliver on the hiring needs of the business

    ·         Identify and implement efficient and effective recruiting methods and strategies based on market trends, competitive insights, industry standards, and the needs of the organization

    ·         Demonstrate the ability to attract, influence and convert hard to find talent through understanding of the organization and Ardent employee value proposition

    ·         Utilize recruitment tools such as our applicant tracking system and sourcing platform for workflow tracking, communication, and management of candidates

    ·         Facilitate continuous improvement via measurement tools, scorecards, and recruitment analytics

    ·         Represent Ardent Health for recruiting purposes at networking and industry events, job fairs and conferences, colleges and universities, etc.


    Requirements:
    4-year BS/BA degree preferred

    1 to 2 years of Recruiting Coordinator experience preferred

    1+ years of full lifecycle recruiting experience – Healthcare experience preferred

    1+ years of experience developing and executing comprehensive strategic sourcing and recruitment plans preferred

    1+ years of experience working in an internal applicant tracking system (ATS) - iCIMS a plus

    Proven ability to analyze job descriptions and candidate profiles to determine target profile and appropriate match

    Excellent consultative skills and proven success developing strong, collaborative relationships across multiple departments and levels

    A track record of personal accountability, strong work ethic, integrity, and proven organizational skills

    Ability to positively present Ardent and open roles to potential candidates
    Experience gathering data on recruiting trends and preparing and presenting recommendations to improve talent sources

    Proven ability to work independently in a remote environment and demonstrate self-motivation to meet and exceed goals

    Career Progression:

    This position leverages recruiting experience and knowledge and focuses on applying innovative creative strategies to attract top talent Ardent Health.  Incumbents focus on providing an exceptional candidate experience that compels top talent to join Ardent Health.  Successful Talent Acquisition Consultants grow their career into management level opportunities in Talent Acquisition including TA Manager and Director roles.


  • February 23, 2022 9:10 AM | Clint Washburn (Administrator)
    https://careers.hcahealthcare.com/jobs/8638743-human-resources-business-partner
    Job Summary and Qualifications

    As a Human Resources Business Partner you will provide strategic HR and talent support to designated leaders and employees at one or more HCA facilities. You will work to create a desired workplace culture and an engaged and productive workforce through HCA’s policies, programs and practices.

    What you will do in this role:

    • You will engage designated leaders to understand talent needs of the businesses and define people strategies
    • Partner with the VP of HR and the Labor Relations Center of Excellence to support Labor Relations strategy
    • You will provide HR observations related to departmental issues in meetings and one-on-one to help develop appropriate initiatives
    • Advise leaders on learning and organizational development which includes program implementation such as ensuring completion of employee development plans, updating the succession plan and implementing other programs and tools
    • Support employee relations, ethics, or compliance investigations
    • Prepare managers for the compensation planning process and provide compensation budget information
    • Perform worker’s comp intake processing, support applicable employee leave of absence or return to work administration at facility level

    What you should have for this role:

    • Bachelor’s degree
    • You must have a minimum of 3+ years in relevant work experience
    • 1 or more years’ experience must be in a HR department

    Human Resources Group empowers our people to grow and give purpose to the HCA Healthcare culture. We deliver our Human Resource model in three sectors: HR Business Partners, HR Shared Operations and HR Centers of Excellence. HR Business Partner teams are critical to the success of our HR delivery model. We drive performance to achieve successful results to better care for our patients, communities and each other.


  • February 16, 2022 4:51 PM | Clint Washburn (Administrator)

    Idaho Pacific, a leader in the potato dehydration industry, has an immediate opening for a Human Resource Generalist.

    This is a full-time, permanent position working out of the corporate location in Ririe, Idaho. The HRG will assist with and be involved in overseeing the employee life cycle, from recruitment to separation and everything in between. Recruiting, interviewing, candidate selection, and extending offers of employment will be an integral part of the HRG responsibilities. In addition, this position will track all staffing needs for all facilities, generate payroll for U.S. facilities, participate in HR related audits, Leave administration, filing and overseeing worker’s compensation claims and light duty and return to work programs. Additional duties as assigned and necessary.

    Knowledge and Skills needed are:

    • Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language, including the meaning and spelling of words. Ability to communicate verbally and in writing utilizing the English language. Bilingual in English/Spanish (written and spoken) desired but not required.
    • Skilled in procedures for personnel recruitment, interviewing and selection.
    • Knowledge of clerical procedures and systems: word processing, file and data management, record-keeping, and Company or regulatory terminology.
    • Strong understanding of laws and regulations related to employment, discrimination, record retention, and the coordination of people and resources.
    • Demonstrate good communication skills (oral and written), active listening skills, deductive reasoning, and reading comprehension.
    • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
    • Must be able to remain objective, neutral, and keep confidentiality.
    • Familiarity with general office equipment.

    Bachelor’s degree in HR, industrial relations, or a closely related field necessary; however, five to seven years direct HRG experience and professional certification may be considered in lieu of a degree.

    Hours are Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Relocation assistance is not available.

    Interested and qualified candidates, email your resume, in confidence, to workatagreatplace@idahopacific.com

    Idaho Pacific is proud to be an EO/M/F/D/V employer and drug-free workplace.


  • January 31, 2022 1:53 PM | Clint Washburn (Administrator)

    https://engie.taleo.net/careersection/10550/jobdetail.ftl?job=HR00000200&tz=GMT-08%3A00&tzname=America%2FLos_Angeles

    Job Description 

    As an integral member of the HR team, the Sr. Talent Acquisition Partner acts as the Trusted Advisor to the departments they support to source and identify top talent, and to guide managers through hiring processes and decisions. The Sr. Talent Acquisition Partner will own specified strategies, programs, processes and policies and will work with the Talent Acquisition Manager to ensure alignment with the company goals, strategy, mission and vision.

    Function  

    • Engages with Department Leaders to understand their current and future talent needs and executes on proactive solutions to effectively recruit for those needs.
    • Partners with hiring managers and advises on future recruitment strategies for technical positions, and senior leadership and higher openings across our multi-state organization to ensure requirements and expectations are clearly understood and candidates are assessed against appropriate criteria.
    • Leads full life cycle recruiting efforts for all assigned departments.
    • Develops, builds and maintains candidate relationships through ongoing communications, promoting interest in positions and the organization, to yield qualified candidates and pools for assigned positions and minimal turnaround times to fill vacancies.
    • Recruits diverse pool of candidates using a variety of sources including job boards, referrals, social media, networks, resume databases, external agencies, etc.
    • Proactive Recruitment – management of informational interview process and development of “Passive” candidate pipeline for current and future opportunities.
    • Independently completes thorough evaluation of resumes, performs consistent and compliant interviews, documents candidate evaluations, provides recommendations to managers, and keeps accurate records for assigned searches via TA systems.
    • Partners with HR Coordinator to schedule and orchestrate candidate interviews via phone, in-person, video interviews, etc.
    • Advises hiring managers on interviews with internal candidates, facilitates transitions between managers, and closely communicates with all candidates throughout the recruitment process to include next steps, disposition, and selection as appropriate.
    • Drafts, extends, negotiates, and closes on employment offers.
    • Educates and trains hiring managers and leaders on recruiting best practices, interviewing techniques, conducting reference checks, candidate selection, compensation considerations, employee onboarding, etc.
    • Develops and executes on Community Outreach and College Recruitment Programs by attending and coordinating job fairs and college events, and assists on strategic development of the program to identify events/college programs aligned with current and future talent needs.
    • Establishes agency contracts on behalf ENGIE Impact in partnership with the Manager, Talent Acquisition and ENGIE Impact legal services.
    • Works with approved external staffing agencies, college career centers, and other recruitment channels as needed.
    • Manages and maintains records in Applicant Tracking System in compliance with EEO; researches, recommends and implements any and all EEO compliance measures.
    • Ensures accuracy, compliance and confidentiality in their work as an HR team member.
    • Handles all matters with the highest level of professionalism while working comfortably in fast paced and dynamic environment.
    • Prepares and delivers recurring monthly department “report outs” for all assigned departments.
    • Manages HR projects to develop and enhance recruitment programs, processes and policies.
    • Successfully collaborates across departments in a matrix organization.
    • Conducts Affirmative Action Planning, provides reports, and makes recommendations to HR Leadership and hiring leaders on required or recommended actions monthly, quarterly, and annually; focused report outs on hiring trends and practices as they impact our strategy.
    • Manages TA systems, reports, and the data contained within.
    • Performs other related duties as required
    • Provides coaching guidance and support to more junior Talent Acquisition employees.

    Qualifications

    We are looking for talented and motivated people to create the future of sustainability transition. Join a rewarding and flexible work environment that encourages innovation and creativity and help us meet the energy challenges of today and tomorrow. 

     

    • Bachelor’s degree required, or a comparable combination of education and experience.
    • PHR/SPHR is a plus.
    • Prior in-house corporate HR experience is required.
    • Strong business acumen and problem solving skills.
    • Proficiency in MS Office, Applicant Tracking System(s), and HRIS system(s).
    • Must have knowledge of and experience advising on and ensuring adherence to HR related laws and policies.
    • Knowledge and experience with behavioral interviewing skills and other assessment techniques.
    • 5-7 years’ full life cycle recruiting experience staffing highly complex roles; minimum 10 years recruiting experience.
    • Experience placing candidates in a variety of positions including technical, senior-level, and hard to fill positions which required sourcing and outside-the-box recruitment strategy is required.
    • Proven ability to work in diverse and matrixed organizations is required.
    • Ability to multi-task and prioritize workload in a fast paced environment.
    • Ability to manage internal client relationships and expectations; excellent consulting and selling skills.
    • Excellent written and verbal communications skills, and a proven ability to apply good listening and interpersonal skills.
    • Ability to accomplish tasks with a high degree of flexibility and good judgment.
    • Ability to work with all levels of staff and management.
    • Ability to work in a team-oriented and collaborative environment.
    • Proven ability to effectively manage projects involving cross-functional efforts and executive stakeholders.
    • Work requires willingness to work a flexible schedule.

       

    Equal Employment Opportunity

    All employment decisions shall be made without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, citizenship status or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law.

     


  • January 06, 2022 1:38 PM | Clint Washburn (Administrator)

    HR Recruiter at Premier Technology, Inc. 

    Apply at: https://www.ptius.net/careers


    Human Resource Recruiter

    Position Description

    Department: Human Resources FLSA Status: Exempt

    Reports to: HR Manager Date: 01/04/2022

    Primary Function:

    Responsible for all aspects of recruiting for company and plays a critical role in ensuring

    the company is hiring the best possible talent.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

     Develop and execute recruiting plans

     Network through industry contacts, association memberships, local

    organizations, schools, trade groups, social media and employees.

     Participate in recruiting events at schools, fairs and conferences.

     Develop and track goals for the recruiting and hiring process

     Research and recommend new sources for active and passive candidate

    recruiting

     Work with hiring managers to create or update job descriptions

     Provide assistance to the Human Resource or other departments as needed.

    Promote and actively embrace the concept of a collaborative environment, with an

    emphasis on customer service, respect and candor. Safety is a cultural value and it

    must be promoted and enforced at all times.

    Minimum Qualifications/Experience:

    Associates degree or higher from a qualified institution; or two to four years related

    experience and/or training. PHR or SHRM-CP preferred.

     Experience with recruiting required. Occasional travel will be required.

     Must have knowledge of principles and practices of human resources

    administration; applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulations, ordinances,

    and policies.

     Proficient in Microsoft Office, including Excel and Word. Familiar with HR or other

    accounting software, with ability to learn new software.

     Detail oriented, organized, and with good communication skills. Must be able to

    effectively communicate at all levels within the organization with various

    personality types.

     Ability to understand and carry out written or oral instructions.

    1858 W. Bridge St.*Blackfoot, ID 83221

    Ph:(208) 785-2274 * Fax: (208) 782-9001

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     Display a high degree of judgment, discretion and ability to handle confidential

    information in a discreet manner.

    Other Qualifications

    The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of the

    conditions that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential

    functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals

    with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Physical Demands

    While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is required to talk and hear. The

    employee is regularly required to sit and is occasionally required to stand, walk and

    travel to other locations. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close

    vision, color vision and ability to adjust focus. Ability to effectively perform clerical

    functions on a computer for extended periods is a must.

    Work Environment

    The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet – typical of what is generally

    found in an office setting. The employee will occasionally find it necessary to hold

    discussion in a shop setting. The environment is typical of that type of setting – it may

    be loud, cluttered, and there may be limited exposure to sparks, flame and moving

    equipment.


  • December 15, 2021 9:55 AM | Clint Washburn (Administrator)

    Are you looking for a work environment where diversity and inclusion thrive? Submit your application for our Senior Human Resources Business Partner opening with Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center today and find out what it truly means to be a part of the HCA Healthcare team.

    https://careers.hcahealthcare.com/jobs/7691034-senior-human-resources-business-partner  


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