Employees are the core of Moraine Park's mission and valued members of our district communities. The College has built a positive and welcoming culture that promotes flexibility and an atmosphere that allows employees a place to find a long-lasting career where they can flourish and grow. We strive to make a positive difference in the lives of students, staff and the larger community – building a comprehensive workforce in an accessible and caring learning environment. We offer great benefits for our employees in a team-based environment which include generous time off, tuition reimbursement flexible and remote options and fun wellbeing activities on and off campus.
Applications are being accepted for a full-time Human Resources Manager - Total Rewards, Fond du Lac Campus. This position is accountable and responsible for the formation or adjustment of the processes of the Talent Retention and the Talent major processes of the Talent System subject to the constraints imposed by the Associate Director of Human Resources, MPTC District Board policy, State Board rules, law and professional ethical behavior.
Responsibilities1. Work with College leadership to formulate and communicate the College’s compensation philosophy with a total compensation focus. Recommend and administer the compensation programs for the College.2. Review and recommend College benefits strategy annually. Work with the Benefits and Compensation Coordinator to research and recommend the employee benefit programs for the College with a total compensation focus. Collaborate with members of the Wisconsin Technical College Employee Benefits Consortium (WTCEBC) in providing long term, high quality benefits along with the implementation of cost control initiatives for MPTC.3. Collect and analyze market pay data to support position classification and to determine appropriate starting salaries and salary ranges for positions. Recommend salary schedules and structures that enable the College to attract and retain talent. Identify appropriate tools for market pay analysis and complete wage and benefit surveys. 4. In collaboration with the Benefits and Compensation Coordinator, monitor and report on benefit, compensation and wellbeing plan performance. Manage the self-funded health insurance plan, monitor loss ratios and maintain reserve levels within guidelines. Analyze and recommend changes to the College’s OPEB liability. 5. Oversee, manage and reconcile the College’s personnel budget; process and verify personnel budget changes. Provide accurate salary and benefit cost information for position management, staffing planning and grants management. Ensure accuracy of position, salary and benefits information in the HRIS/Payroll system. Prepare and present costing information and reports associated with salary administration for organizational decision making. 6. Coordinate the issuance of annual employment contracts for managers and contract faculty. Coordinate annual compensation and benefit letter for support professional employees. 7. Oversee the employee education and communication plan related to health, wellbeing, benefit and compensation plans and programs. Develop communication plans related to benefit and compensation changes and develop portal content to engage and educate employees. Participate on local and state-wide teams and committees and provide leadership to the Health and Wellbeing Cross-functional Team.8. Ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations related to benefits and compensation policies, procedures and administration. Recommend and conduct employee and supervisor training sessions. 9. Responsible for the performance management, coaching and ongoing growth and development of assigned staff.10. Assist in the development of the Talent System strategic plan and budget and the creation, administration and evaluation of Human Resources policies, procedures, guidelines and the Employee Handbook. Assist with Human Resource functions and projects. Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualifications1. Bachelor’s Degree in a related area; or an equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities can be acquired.2. Five years of human resources experience to include benefit and compensation strategy, design and administration. 3. Two years of leadership/supervisory experience preferred, but not required. 4. Strong business math and analytical skills for account reconciliation and compensation and benefits studies and analysis.5. Knowledge of accounting methods and procedures. Ability to create, read and understand budget reports. 6. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to work with all levels of internal and external customers in a team environment.7. Strong organizational, prioritization, planning and time management skills; ability to work independently to accomplish work. 8. Strong problem solving and decision-making skills. 9. Demonstrated ability to learn and apply employment laws, handbook and contract language and procedures/policies.10. High degree of integrity and professionalism and demonstrated ability to respect and retain the confidentiality of information.11. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse populations by promoting and maintaining an inclusive work environment and culture that is respectful and accepting of diversity.12. Experience with HR information system and online benefits administration. Knowledge and experience with computer hardware and software applications, including Microsoft Office 365 Suite (Office Suite, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, etc.).
Group Life Insurance
Group Health Insurance
Group Dental Insurance
Group Vision Insurance
Long Term Disability
Short Term Disability
Accumulative Sick Leave
403(b)/457 Deferred Comp-Voluntary Retirement Savings Program Options
Employee Assistance Program