Join the Fisher Senior Care and Rehab Center team!

The Payroll Specialist works collaboratively with facility leaders and managers to provide innovative HR solutions and approaches. The Payroll Specialist identifies and responds to the needs of employees and managers and is the single point of contact for people services. The Payroll Specialist is responsible for ensuring optimal delivery of people services including recruitment, employee relations, workplace investigations, policy interpretation, performance management, benefits administration, payroll processing, workers compensation, payroll, and report writing.

This position will also be responsible for scheduling the nursing staff and ensuring adequate nursing staffing across all shifts based on budget and census information to meet the needs of the residents.

How you will help people every day:

  • Execute the full life cycle recruiting process, including sourcing candidates, reviewing resumes, coordinating interviews, completing reference checks, and making job offers.
  • Complete the pre-employment background screening process on all new hires.
  • Work closely with staff development to coordinate the new hire orientation program, and deliver the HR portion of orientation sessions.
  • Collaborate with Management and Administrator to diagnose staffing needs and assist with staffing plans and strategies, including analysis of turnover, overtime, recruitment, and retention efforts.
  • Administer and track the performance evaluation program and ensure timely completion of evaluations.
  • Respond to employee relations issues, including conducting timely, objective investigations on disciplinary actions, ensuring proper documentation is complete and appropriate, and achieving legal outcomes.
  • Administrate and ensure completion of facility payroll.
  • Develop, manage, and post daily and biweekly staffing schedules.
  • Consult with nursing department staff and supervisors concerning the staffing scheduling needs to ensure appropriate staffing levels on all shifts and monitor overtime.
  • Manage the call-in process and fill open shifts, as needed.
  • Maintain complete electronic staffing schedules, and run analytical and ad-hoc reports as requested.

What you will need to join our EPIC team:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management or related field with at least 3-5 years of human resources experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience; PHR certification preferred.
  • 3+ years of scheduling experience in a long term care, health care, or similar working environment.
  • Experience should include a Generalist background encompassing recruiting, payroll, employee relations, and benefits administration; labor relations experience and working in a healthcare environment highly desirable.  Union experience is a plus.
  • Must have a strong customer service focus and outstanding interpersonal verbal and written communication skills.
  • Good organizational skills, attention to detail, and proven ability to manage multiple areas of responsibility.
  • Critical thinking and sound decision making skills; strong math skills; good organizational skills, attention to detail, and follow-up skills.
  • Strong computer skills; database experience, as well as with HRIS and payroll systems, preferred.
  • Excellent customer service skills with a commitment to delivering Excellent, Passionate, Innovative Care!
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