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HR Director – Wasatch Behavioral Health

Starting Salary: *Starting Total Compensation Annual (including benefits): $129,292.80

                            *Starting Total Compensation Hourly (including benefits): $62.16

Starting Annual Actual Salary: $92,352.00

Starting Actual Hourly Rate: $44.40 *Starting salary may vary based upon directly related work experience& will depend on fringe benefit elections.


Excellent Benefits Package Including: 

  • Public Employee Health Plan Medical and Dental Insurance

  • Employer Provided Health Savings Account (HSA) Contributions

  • Utah Retirement Systems (Pension & 401K options)

  • 401(k) and 457 Savings Accounts with 3.5% Employer Match 

  • 13 Days of Annual Paid Time Off

  • 6.5 Days of Annual Catastrophic Leave

  • 12 Paid Annual Holidays

  • Company Paid Life, Short & Long Term Disability Insurance

  • Vision Benefits Plan

  • Scheduled Annual Pay Increases



Education and Experience: 

A. Graduation from college with a Master’s degree in human resource

administration, public administration, business or a related field;


B. Five (5) years of progressively responsible managerial work

experience in administration of professional human resources in a

comparable organization(s)


C. Professional certification preferred (PHR, SPHR,



ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: You must include a copy of your state license with your application as required for position. 
Employment at Wasatch Behavioral Health is contingent on successful completion of a drug screen, motor vehicle record review 
and criminal background check. This position requires a National Provider Identifier (NPI) as outlined by Medicaid and Medicare 
and application must be completed prior to start of employment. After hire you must complete and receive a Criminal 
Background Clearance (BCI) from Utah State Office of Licensing. 


Please go to one of the links below.

Complete and submit WBH application on-line.
(Please note: Resumes will not be accepted without a completed WBH application.)

Job Description and full job Details are listed online.

Click on either link below.

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Employee Relations Specialist – Mountain America Credit Union


Apply through our website:


Job Summary:  This is a full-time multifaceted role that will participate in and conduct internal investigations of complaints involving complex, high-risk, or sensitive employee relations concerns, partner with managers, and HR Business Partners on fair and consistent performance management practices, have responsibility for identifying trending issues, assessing root causes, and making recommendations on how to address systemic concerns. The Employee Relations Consultant reports to the SR. Employee Relations Manager and partners closely with Employment Legal, HR Business Partners, the Talent and Member Development team, and other areas within the business as necessary.


Job Description


Human Resources Team

9800 S Monroe St

Sandy, UT 84070


*Position is available for remote work, if candidate is located out of Utah some travel would be expected for quarterly meetings, team building events, etc.*

 To be effective, an individual must be able to perform each job duty successfully. 

  1. Conduct timely, objective, and thorough internal investigations including but not limited to allegations of harassment, discrimination, accommodation, and retaliation and prepare all required documentation. 

  2. Demonstrate a change management mindset through identification of opportunities to enhance the employee experience through education, process improvement and innovative ideas; offer potential solutions to drive greater stakeholder satisfaction. 

  3. Demonstrating a risk and control mindset; escalating issues promptly as well as handling appropriate escalations from other members of the ER Team. 

  4. Provide guidance to Employee Relations team members and/or act as a mentor to other ER/HR team members

  5. In partnership with ER leadership, provide data analysis and reporting based on business needs. Highlight key trends to actively drive proactive people solutions to minimize reactive work and mitigate organizational risk. 

  6. Maintain knowledge and awareness of all federal, state, and local labor/employment and wage and hour laws. 

  7. Approach decisions proactively, making effective and pragmatic choices, balancing benefit, and risk, and maintaining compliance. 

  8. Supports and coaches Managers in developing, delivering, and monitoring Performance  Management Process, including addressing corrective actions, performance improvement plans, and conflict resolution. 

  9. Maintain a complex and highly sensitive caseload of investigations for higher risk cases. You’ll conduct interviews with employees that have filed a complaint, respondents, as well as named witnesses, and make objective recommendations based on your findings. 

  10. Responsible for any escalations in business groups.

  11. Provide critical input to the formation, consistent application, and revision of policies across the Company as we continue to scale.

  12. Provide trend data/reporting and actionable feedback to legal, HRBP teams, and senior leaders to reduce overall risk in the organization.

  13. Assist in the development and deployment of targeted ER training sessions for people leaders across the organization. 



The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skills, and/or abilities required.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions. 


  1. 5 years relevant human resources experience, ideally focused employee relations, employment law, or HRBP/People Partner experiences. 

  2. Minimum 3 years of heavy emphasis on Employee and Labor Relations required 



Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in business, human resources, organization development or related field.  Education will be verified. OR four additional years combined with experience in a progressive HR setting. 


Licenses, Certifications, Registrations 

Preferred but not required: SHRM-CP/SCP and/or PHR/SPHR 


Computer/Office Equipment Skills  

  1. Advanced skills with Microsoft Office Suite including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel 

  2. Knowledge and demonstrated use of Workday systems preferred 

  3. Experience with analytical and reporting software preferred 


Language Skills   

  1. Demonstrated ability to clearly express ideas, methodology, results and recommendations verbally, in writing and through insightful reports and graphic illustrations 

  2. Demonstrated ability to document outcomes and present information in a manner appropriate for key stakeholders and all levels of the organization. 


Other Skills and Abilities  

  1. Demonstrated mastery of employment law basics and performance management best practices. 

  2. Demonstrated ability to translate data and predictive analytics into proactive actions for the organization to prevent or preempt unfavorable employee experience trends. 

  3. Excellent interpersonal skills, including high EQ, ability to build trust and influence at all levels 

  4. Experience diffusing tension and effectively mediating conflict. 

  5. Presentation and training facilitation experience. 

  6. Awareness of and drive to simplify the employee experience through innovation. 

  7. A team player who knows how and when to collaborate to ensure success, and comfortable liaising with multiple levels of leadership, Legal, HRBPs, and other stakeholders to get things done. 

  8. Demonstrated problem solver, with a strong bias for action that knows how to ask the right questions when you’re unsure. 

  9. Position may require some light travel as needed.

  10. Ability to work both autonomously and collaboratively in a fast-paced environment. 

  11. Self-starter with strong organizing and time management skills and the ability to work productively and efficiently in a fast-paced environment with multiple projects and timelines.

  12. Adaptive to change, responds positively to altered circumstances or conditions.

  13. Possess a desire and willingness to learn and continually update knowledge base on people and human resource methodologies. 


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Human Resources Generalist – Danone North America West Jordan, Utah plant



The mission of our Human Resources team is to cultivate Danone’s unique culture and help the business sustainably grow. As a part of this team, you will attract talent and support our people to develop, you will unite employees across the globe, and you will make an impact on society as a whole.   We have an opening for a HR Generalist in our West Jordan, Utah manufacturing facility.    As an HR Generalist you will build and support the people capabilities in the organization utilizing HR knowledge. This role will drive and implement HR initiatives to increase organizational effectiveness, including recruitment and selection of new employees, talent development and performance management, employee engagement, and administration of various processes and programs.



  1. Process employment changes including data gathering, completion of applicable documents, securing approval & submission in HR systems.  

  2. Generate HR reports, analyze, format and present data as required using HR tools and systems.

  3. Maintain employee physical and electronic files and records to ensure legal compliance.

  4. Assists with projects to include HR data audits, new hire orientation, new policy and program development and implementation, etc.

  5. Completes Forms I-9, verifies I-9 documentation and maintains I-9 files. Submits online background and drug screening requests and assists with new-employee background checks.

  6. Partner with Benefits team to administer leave of absence for assigned business units.

  7. First point of contact for systems, process & policy questions (Ceridian Dayforce).

  8. Interact with internal and external partners such as Benefits, Compensation, Payroll, Legal, HRIS etc.

  9. Ensures that HIPAA and Employee Privacy guidelines are closely monitored and effectively executed.

  10. Maintains appropriate contact with employees on leave.  Partners closely with all HR business partners (HRBPs) on all leave cases, and coordinates with HRBPs on all aspects of return to work for employees on leave.


  1. Process bi-weekly and weekly payroll

  2. Ensure fair and consistent administration of all human resources policies and practices.

  3. Administration and implementation of communications programs to increase employee engagement and morale

  4. Provide training and development to managers and supervisors on policy, practices, and leadership skills

  5. Administer payroll and time and attendance record keeping processes and company compensation programs including, benefits, paid time off, FMLA, STD etc.

  6. Partner with EHS Manager to administer and track Worker Compensation Claims, including any related metrics/KPIs.

  7. Delivery and administration of training programs

  8. Actively maintain involvement in plant continuous improvement initiatives and WIMS

  9. Responsible for compliance with records, reports, and communication boards updates.

  10. Administers full cycle recruitment processes including but not limited to posting, resume review, sourcing, background checks, on-boarding, new hire orientation.

  11. Maintain compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment.

  12. Implements local policies and procedures to ensure compliance with Corporate Ethics and Compliance procedures.

  13. Conducts employee relations counseling, outplacement counseling, and exit interviews.

  14. Other duties as assigned


  1. You have a Bachelor's degree in HR, Business or related field, required. 

  2. You have at least 4-5 years of HR experience administering all aspects of HR programs and disciplines, required.    Previous HR experience in a manufacturing environment is preferred. 

  3. You have computer proficiency especially in MS Office products (including Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point).  Prior experience with Ceridian Dayforce is a plus. 

  4. You have the ability to maintain a flexible schedule including the ability to work off-hours and/or weekends as needed.

  5. You are highly organized, detail oriented and able to meet deadlines in a multi-task, fast-paced environment.

  6. You are a self-directed individual with initiative, analytical and problem-solving skills

  7. You have project management skills that range from conception to planning, implementation and evaluation of projects.

  8. You have excellent verbal and written communication skills and are customer focused.  You enjoy collaboration and teamwork. Key to this competency is the ability to listen, prioritize and deliver accurate and speedy results.

  9. You have the ability to build a strong internal and external network of resources, and to successfully partner with people of various levels and backgrounds. This requires tact, diplomacy, and ability to keep confidence

  10. You are flexible and willing to learn by giving and receiving constructive feedback.



At Danone North America, you’ll work with some of the best-known food and beverage brands in the world like Activia, Silk, Horizon Organic, Two Good, Oikos, evian, and Happy Family. You’ll be part of one of the largest Certified B Corp™ in the world, working together to make sure our brands create real benefits for people, communities, and the planet. We have 6,000+ employees across the U.S. and Canada. Come join our movement for a healthier world: One Planet. One Health BY YOU.

Danone North America doesn’t just welcome what makes you unique, we value it. We’re proud to be an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All hires to our team are based on qualifications, merit and business needs. We recruit, employ, train and promote regardless of race, color, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran status, genetic characteristic or any other protected status. Faithful to our values of openness and humanism, all of our employees share in the commitment to engage one another with dignity and respect.



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                                             Submit your application and attach resume! 


Human Resource Representative (Ogden, UT) - Autoliv


The Human Resource Representative is responsible for partnering with and providing HR services and related support at the Ogden Technical Center Facility in Ogden Utah. The successful candidate will demonstrate a proficiency in all areas of the Human Resources function, and with a high learning agility and initiative, applying core knowledge to the position.  This role is fast-paced and engaging and will require the successful candidate to drive results through key behaviors such as curiosity, taking ownership, efficiency, collaboration, and adding value through day-to-day interactions with both people and systems.


 Responsibilities include:

• Provide HR support for site Prototype Group, including but not limited to: Talent Management, Merit Reviews, Mid-Year Reviews, Performance Management, etc.

• Provides administrative support to human resources function as needed (e.g., correspondence generation, record keeping, and file maintenance)

• Work collaboratively with the Human Resource Team to develop and implement policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements in the location and the efficiency of the HR department and services performed

• Provide input to the HR Strategic Plan and be an active participant in on-going events, projects and initiatives that support the Ogden Technical Center location. • Perform HR duties involving contact with and exposure to highly confidential materials and information

• Provide employee support, assist employees, and manage issues while providing seamless customer service

• Maintain compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment

• Participate in group staff meetings, employee events and attend other meetings and seminars as assigned. • Process changes in HRIS systems, including but not limited to title changes, organizational changes, and salary changes

• Manage and administer the mentoring program for all new hires and transferring employees

• Responsible for cyclical reporting requirements, including but not limited to recruiting, headcount, turnover, etc.

• Ensure site requirements for mandatory training are met (Compliance, Code of Conduct, etc.)

• Administer and co-facilitate training for both exempt professional and leadership at the site (i.e., Employment Law, Autoliv Professional Development and Basics of Leadership)

• Administer the Ogden Technical Center facility Rewards & Recognition Programs, including tracking, correspondence, meeting facilitation, reward submittals, and certificate creation

• Perform other related duties as required and assigned.

• Coordinating and attending career fairs at select universities, screening resumes and applications for qualification and fit; conducting initial screening interviews, partner with leaders on selection and offers, manage summer internship activities at the OTC facility. Responsible for the management of Ogden Technical Center summer intern activities

• Perform full cycle recruitment activities for exempt and non-exempt positions

• Manage Onboarding, New Hire Paperwork, New Hire Orientation, and Mentoring Program


Education, Experience and Skills Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree from accredited university in Human Resources, or related field is required.

• Minimum of 5-7 years’ experience as an HR Generalist/Representative across a variety of HR Functions.

• Experience supporting employees in manufacturing industry.

• Effective in communications and leading teams • Proven effective at managing and evaluating budget/sites improvements

• Demonstrated ability to make sound decisions. • Demonstrated knowledge of Human Resources best practices and regulatory requirements.

• Proven problem-solving, interpersonal, and coaching skills.

• Deep understanding and proven knowledge of employment laws and practices, legal obligations, compensation, organizational planning, organization development and employee relations.

• Excellent project management skills with a proven ability to implement workable solutions, manage multiple initiatives simultaneously, prioritize workloads, meet deadlines, and drive projects to successful implementation.

• Ability to work HR projects under supervision and as a team member.

 • Ability to adapt and thrive in a fast-paced environment where priorities change daily.

• Detailed-oriented and the ability to think "outside the box" and prioritize tasks and decisions in a timely manner.

• Self-directed, yet effective working part of a collaborative HR team and understands HR’s role.

• Responsive and customer-focused with a demonstrated use of professional judgment. HR Metrics - Proven track record of monitoring, assessing, and putting actions plans in place for improvement.

• Proven experience in training and development - leading and facilitating training to various audience demographics.

• Proven adherence to highly ethical standards and compliance, by leading by example.

• Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.

• Highly proficient in all HR Systems as well as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams


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HUMAN RESOURCES TECHNICIAN - Provo City Corporation, Utah 

Full-time Regular Position   Pay Rate: $18.90 - $26.05 hourly 


Provo City is looking for a Human Resources Technician to provide skilled technical work with responsibility to process hires and personnel changes and provide support on a variety of HR staff functions. Qualified, civic-minded individuals interested in supporting the services provided to Provo residents are strongly encouraged to apply. This position offers competitive pay; paid vacation, sick, holiday, and parental leaves; employer-paid health insurance; retirement and pension plans; a 4/10 work schedule; and free use of the Provo Recreation Center, Ice Arena, and Library, among many other great benefits. 

Description: This position performs the following duties: review new hire documentation for completeness and accuracy; verify employment eligibility and identity; act as E-verify administrator; conduct driver’s license audits; coordinate criminal background checks and run reports; coordinate and process applicant and employee drug testing, and send notifications of results; create employee identification cards; input and delete part-time employees in URS system; function as the division’s appraisal system administrator to ensure that performance appraisals are launched and completed in an accurate and timely manner; assist applicants and new employees with procedures, forms, and policies; provide executive support to HR Division Director; perform a variety of front office duties, including general and confidential office correspondence; distribute office mail; schedule appointments, conference rooms and other facilities for meetings, boards, interviews, hearings, and other activities; maintain and create files; sort, scan, upload, index, file, and retrieve documents; comply with HR record-keeping and retention requirements; receive, track, and process GRAMA requests to division; review HR processes and make recommendations to improve efficiency; review workflows to ensure that appropriate parties are notified of relevant actions; provide technical support to HR staff functions; greet and provide information to customers, visitors, callers, or representatives from other organizations; relay information or direct individuals to appropriate departments or persons; provide information in new employee orientation regarding job functions affecting employees; maintain and update information on assigned web pages; post public meeting notices for Civil Service Commission meetings; create agendas, prepare amendment packets, and take minutes for Civil Service Commission meetings; may supervise and conduct performance appraisals on lower-level employees, including HR specialists, interns, and other part-time employees; may coordinate accounts payable function for the Division; and perform other related duties as required. 

Minimum Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent and three years of human resources processing experience OR an equivalent combination of job-related education and experience [substituting each one year of post-secondary education/training for six months of experience]. Experience with Workday or other similar Human Capital Management System is preferred. A valid, lawful Driver License is required. 

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Apply at by Tuesday, November 16, 2021. 




HR Manager – Sundance – SLC, UT


Sundance is looking for a talented and enthusiastic HR Manager to join our Human Resources team.  Sundance is a leading omni-channel specialty retailer with headquarters located in Salt Lake City, UT. Founded in 1969 by Robert Redford, Sundance is a unique brand that supports artistic endeavors and focuses on creativity, originality, and inspiration.

Summary:  As the HR Manager, you’ll play a vital role in the organization by providing strategic and transactional support in core functions in the Human Resources department including management of HR staff, legal compliance, onboarding, employee relations, performance management, benefits, leaves, training, safety, engagement initiatives, and management of the human resource information systems.  You will work closely with the human resources team to develop and implement people strategies to improve the employee experience and drive organizational success. 


  1. Mentor, lead, and direct HR staff productivity, engagement, satisfaction, training, growth, and development

  2. Act as a strategic partner, trusted advisor, coach, and consultant for our leaders and employees

  3. Develop reports and metrics for various human resources functions; utilizing data to make recommendations  

  4. Ensure compliance of HR policies, procedures, and processes, related to federal and state-specific laws, keeping up to date on changes in legislation

  5. Oversee onboarding, benefits, disability, leave administration, safety initiatives, employee performance evaluations, and company events

  6. Conduct investigations and prepare thoughtful and organized investigation summaries

  7. Coordinate and conduct exit interviews

  8. Assist with job analysis, market research, and classification of jobs to assist in standardizing job functions and position descriptions

  9. Evaluate existing benefit programs against peer groups to determine competitiveness, trends, and developments

  10. Foster a learning culture within the organization by collaborating with management to identify training needs, recommend training sessions, and schedule appropriately 

  11. Manage safety reporting for both liability and workers compensation claims

  12. Lead and implement employee engagement and recognition programs that cultivate a good employee experience and enhance our culture

  13. Assess, evaluate and manage the administration of systems to assist in streamlining and automating HR processes and further enhancing people practices


  1. Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management or related discipline

  2. 7+ years of progressive HR experience in a fast-paced environment

  3. Previous experience in hiring, managing and leading a team preferred

  4. Expertise in HR policies

  5. Employee relations experience required

  6. Comprehensive knowledge of federal and state employment laws and practices

  7. Previous work experience using, administering, assessing, and implementing HRIS systems, ADP Workforce Now preferred

  8. Excellent computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

  9. Collaborative team player who inspires others and has a genuine interest in helping others

  10. Highly detail-oriented with excellent planning and time management skills

  11. Must have a sense of urgency, resiliency, and the ability to handle challenging situations well

  12. Speak, read, and write the English language to be able to interpret detailed documents, including HR procedures, publications, and legal regulations  

  13. PHR or SHRM-CP certification preferred

If you would like to be part of a great team, are ready to take on a challenge and make a difference within our company, apply today.  You can complete an application on our website at


This position is located in Salt Lake City, Utah, remote work is not offered for this role.

We offer a competitive wage and excellent benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life, disability, 401(k), paid time off, and great merchandise discounts. 


HR Generalist – Summit Vista

At Summit Vista, we have a strong commitment to our employees. Our dedication to our staff shows in many ways, including our benefits. We offer a great benefit package consisting of health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, company paid life insurance, short term and long-term disability, 401k, accrued vacation, paid holidays, bereavement leave, tuition reimbursement, employee assistance program, flexible spending accounts, and much more….

We are looking for a well-rounded candidate with experience in benefits, recruiting, and compensation who wants to bring their knowledge and expertise to be a part of a dynamic and growth-oriented company.

The human resource generalist performs duties at the professional level in some or all of the following functional areas: employee relations, training, employment, affirmative action and employment law compliance, benefits management, and some payroll functions. This position requires an extremely perceptive person who is capable of relating to individuals at all levels within the organization. The generalist must be sensitive to corporate needs, employee goodwill and the business needs.



To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  1. Bachelor's degree or the equivalent years of experience.

  2. Experience in the administration of benefits and compensation programs and other human resource programs.


English: highly proficient in both spoken and written English 



PHR or SHRM CP preferred


Link to apply.



Human Resources Manager – Ezarc Inc.

Ezarc Inc. is searching for a Human Resources Manager that will build our teams and manage employees. We have experienced significant growth over the past few years and expect to continue that trajectory. We are looking for the right person who can ease growing pains, solve problems, recruit stellar employees, build teams, and implement policies and procedures to support the company’s culture and values.


The successful Human Resources Manager will develop and lead initiatives, build internal business partnerships, provide coaching and consultation with regards to complex human resource issues, and drive a collaborative and supportive high performing work environment.  They will also develop and execute human resources strategies in support of the overall company mission, specifically in the areas recruiting, benefits, employee relations, EEO/ADA, compensation and classification, and the HRIS.



A Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or a related field, plus five (5) years experience in an HR leadership capacity, including minimum two to three (2-3) years in a supervisory role, or an equivalent combination of related education and experience. Education may not be substituted for the required supervisory experience. Multi-state experience required. Experience with Vista by Viewpoint is a plus.


At least one certification required from the following: Professional in Human Resources (PHR), Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP), and/or SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP).


This is an at-will managerial position under the Chief Financial Officer. This position will work closely with executives, managers, payroll, and other company personnel to assess organizational needs and develop and implement strategic plans to meet company needs and goals.


Skills and Abilities to:

  • Excellent verbal, written, and nonverbal communication

  • Demonstrate strong leadership as an energetic, innovative self-starter

  • Excellent interpersonal skills

  • Able to find, recruit and retain high quality employees for various positions in multiple states and locations

  • Assess employee skills, coach, delegate, support employee development, and provide constructive feedback

  • Exhibit and value commitment, leadership, accountability, diversity, honesty, fiscal responsibility, and maximization of resources

  • Multi-task, plan, and measure results, create, and analyze data, excellent computer skills, accuracy and attention to detail



Occasional travel may be required to local areas and out of state


Rachel Burt, PHR, SHRM-SCP

HR Consultant

P: 385.352.9398 | C: 801.367.1355 | |



Director of Compensation – Savage HR

Join Savage as our new Director of Compensation! This position was created to support our growing organization and will be responsible for designing and executing our Total Rewards Program, including salary structure creation and maintenance, merit and incentive programs, and executive compensation.


These are a few of the benefits you can expect from working with Savage:  

  • Excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, and 401(k) with match 

  • Opportunities for Growth 

  • PTO and Paid Holidays

  • Profit Sharing

  • Hybrid Schedule

  • Wellness Programs

  • Outstanding Culture

To be successful in the role, applicants will need: 

  • Deep and comprehensive knowledge of compensation concepts and principles and related laws and regulations 

  • Past experience in creating salary structures and merit and incentive programs

  • Ability to work collaboratively to ensure compliance and pay equity

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field 

  • 6+ years of compensation strategy and planning in a large multistate workforce 

  • 4+ years of experience in a leadership role 

  • In-depth knowledge of Excel; experience with Access, Tableau preferred 

To apply, use the following link:


HR & Benefits Specialist – Access Development

Our Human Resources team is seeking a HR & Benefits Specialist to support 110 employees at our fun, business-casual office based in Salt Lake City.  This position is ideal for someone with 2+ years experience administering corporate insurance benefits and who wants the opportunity to learn other areas of Human Resources. The HR & Benefits Specialist is responsible for overseeing and administering the employee benefits program and is seen as the company’s resident expert for corporate insurance benefits and FMLA administration, and joins a team responsible for all areas of human resources including recruitment, employee relations, training and development, policies, benefits and health & wellness. 



Develop and maintain strong & productive relationships with insurance providers and internal Stakeholders:

  • Administers, manages and/or governs benefit plans on a day-to-day basis through processing of various transactions and events including but not limited to pending enrollments, dependent verification, evidence of insurability, Qualified Medical Support Court Orders, new hire, life and termination events

  • Communicate benefit changes and policy as necessary

  • Reviews, maintains, modifies standard operating processes and procedures for benefits administration

  • Manages and monitors data flow and integration including carrier connections, payroll and/or processes manual carrier updates

  • Identifies opportunities for potential improvement in enrollments, savings, or administration

  • Works in conjunction with various team members to resolve errors and/or issues timely and accurately

  • Partners with accounting team to coordinate transaction processing, audits and regular deliverables

  • Performs various data integrity, enrollment/eligibility and coverage audits

  • Researches and resolve complex employee benefits problems, questions or issues

  • Escalates issues to manager, appropriate team members, carriers, or other third parties as appropriate

  • Works with benefit providers to support benefits administration, resolve eligibility, invoicing and/or claim issues

  • Stay current on changing Federal and State regulations and legislation that may affect employee benefits



This role is ideally suited for a new college graduate or someone wanting to have a career in human resources with a sharp attention to detail and a can-do attitude, along with these requirements:

  • High school diploma required. Degree in human resources preferred

  • Some formal HR-related training, either via college courses, SHRM, or completion of HR, CEBS, CMS, or GBA Certification program, preferred

  • 2+ years recent experience administering benefits full-time for a business with 100+ employees, including medical, dental, HSA, FSA, 401(k), life and voluntary coverage

  • Ability to educate employees about company sponsored plans, enroll employees in elected benefits, administer benefit changes, audit billing statements, interpret utilization data, and recommend training to help employees get the most of their healthcare dollars

  • Solid understanding of benefit concepts and medical insurance plan designs, and the ability to speak about them in layperson terms to employees

  • Demonstrable understanding of Benefit-related laws including Health Care Reform, Worker’s Compensation, FMLA and ADAAA

  • History of providing best-in-class service to employees; must enjoy taking care of people’s benefit needs

  • Experience dealing directly with benefit vendors to get employees’ questions answered and benefit issues resolved

  • Experience implementing company-wide annual benefit enrollments

  • Experience participating on or leading corporate Health and Wellness programs preferred

  • Highly organized work ethic


To apply for this position, please complete an Initial Job Application and attach your resume by visiting our careers page at




JOB SUMMARY:  Under the direction of the Deputy City Manager, directs and coordinates the development and implementation of policies and operations related to all aspects of Human Resources. Supervises HR staff. Leads change management to implement the vision and strategy of Park City Council. Directs and interacts with team to address projects, risks, department and personnel issues. Utilizes extensive HR background to create innovative programs and implement best practices in all functions of a comprehensive HR department including labor law, diversity, equity, compensation administration, employment and recruitment, benefits, employee safety/risk management and employee relations.




  • Bachelor’s degree in business or public administration with major class work in personnel administration or human resource management or related field.

  • At least seven (7) years of management experience in Human Resources.

  • Computer literacy in Microsoft Office software, electronic records, and payroll software.



  • Public Sector Human Resources experience.

  • Experience working with ADP Workforce Now platform

  • PHR or SPHR certification

  • Masters Degree

  • Spanish fluency


The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by persons assigned to this job.  They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills required by personnel so classified.


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Brigham Young University  -  Change Management Lead - This is a temporary position lasting up to 5 years.

Brigham Young University (BYU) is a private research university located in Provo, Utah and sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. As a BYU employee, your contributions will add to the overall success of BYU. You can and will make a meaningful difference in the lives of students, faculty, and staff. You will work in an increasingly diverse workplace where colleagues collaborate, provide mentoring, and offer friendship. BYU provides regular training and coaching to help you grow your career and improve your skills.


You will also accrue 22 vacation days, 12 sick days, 12 calendar holidays, generous 401k matching, tuition benefits for you and your family, excellent medical and dental benefits, short- and long-term disability benefits, paid parental leave, wellness programs, on-campus parking, discounts at the BYU Store and campus events, and much more.


Job Summary: BYU is investigating and planning to implement new technologies and processes that support the human resources, finance, student, and operational needs of the university. The team is looking for a Change Manager to help students, faculty, and staff adopt and integrate these changes into their daily activities with the least operational and customer frustration possible. This position is a full-time position with benefits and is currently funded as part of the program that is adopting new technologies and processes. The position will report directly to the program manager.  The program and the need for the change manager position is projected to be up to three years at which point the position will end.


The change manager will focus on the people side of change, including collaborative process evaluation, job role change, and other organizational adaptation to innovative business processes and systems. Critical to this role is the ability to build a highly collaborative, trusted, and cross-functional working environment. The change manager’s anticipated responsibilities, plus an estimated percent of time spent on each essential function, is:


     Minimum education/experience required:  

·         Bachelor’s degree in business management, communications, organizational leadership, or related field, and 7+ years of experience leading large-scale change adoption programs.


·         Master’s degree in organizational development, communications, or related field, and experience working in the higher education industry.


Skills, abilities, knowledge, licenses, certifications:


·         A proven ability to effectively apply an understanding of how people adapt to and embrace process change.

·         Experience and knowledge of change management principles, methodologies, and tools.

·         Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships.

·         Ability to influence others and move toward a common vision or goal.

·         Exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal.

·         Excellent active listening skills.

·         Ability to clearly articulate messages to a variety of audiences.

·         Flexibility and adaptability; ability to work in ambiguous situations.

·         Ability to work effectively at all levels in an organization.


·         Change management certification or designation desired.

Number of Personnel Supervised

 ·         Up to 5 regular; up to 5 students

To Apply:  

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Benefits Administrator - Swire Coca-Cola

Join the Swire Coca-Cola, USA team!  We are one of the largest bottlers of Coca-Cola and other beverage brands in America. Our 7,200 team members produce and distribute more than 300 brands and flavors across 13 states.If you are an energetic and innovative Benefits Administrator, we want you to join our team. You will be part of our Benefits team, where you work closely with our employees, carriers, and broker to support our competitive book of employee benefits.  


What does a Benefits Administrator do at Swire Coca-Cola?

Administer employee benefits plans by working closely with Swire benefit vendors and partners to provide exceptional customer service to our non-union and union employees and retirees.  Serve as a resource to HR Business Partners and Managers to ensure best practices.  Partner with third party benefits service provider, Payroll and HR Administration to ensure employee inquiries are addressed promptly and correctly.  Oversee retiree benefits plans, medical support orders and beneficiary support.



  1. Respond to HR staff, HR Administration, Payroll and managers and serve as a resource for benefits questions or requests for assistance through knowledge of current plan documents and policy. Serve as backup to Benefits Manager.

  2. Deliver exceptional customer service to employees, vendors and partners by investigating and understanding the issue, working to a resolution and responding in a timely manner.

  3. Work closely with third party benefits service provider by monitoring open cases and appeals.  Advise Benefits Manager of all appeals and recommended solution.

  4. Administer retiree program by educating eligible employees on retiree benefits, assisting with enrollment or escalating vendor issues.  Ensure Health Reimbursement Accounts are funded correctly.  Conduct regular eligibility audits. Track retiree payments to Swire.

  5. Participate in the organization and facilitation of annual open enrollment for all sites and provide support with materials and coordination of primary carriers and enrollment counselors. 

  6. Research and process paperwork and electronic files in response to claims requests related to disability or death benefits and coordinate with vendors and employee or family. 

  7. Maintain general knowledge of benefits practices and policies and federal, state and local regulations to assist Benefits Manager with compliance and recommended or required plan changes.

  8. Coordinate processing of unique payroll deductions (arrears) with Payroll or assist employees with benefits deductions or repayment plans for benefits premiums.

  9. Process monthly billings and invoices for benefits programs and services and upon completion of reconciliation, notify Benefits Manager of approval.

  10. Attend or coordinate successful meetings

  11. Perform other duties as assigned



  1. Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field or additional 2 years of experience in benefits administration

  2. 4+ year experience in benefits administration

  3. Advanced skill level in MS Office (Word, Powerpoint)

  4. Advanced skill in MS Excel (pivot tables, formulas, connecting multiple files)

  5. Payroll/HRIS platforms experience (2 years minimum) with Ceridian Dayforce experience preferred

  6. Experience managing external vendor and broker relationships

  7. Must be able to demonstrate a strong ability to effectively manage multiple priorities and tasks simultaneously

  8. Self-motivated and proactive

  9. Must possess solid judgement and decision-making skills, with the ability to manage expectations

  10. Strong organizational and analytical and problem solving skills

  11. Excellent phone, verbal and written skills, through effective listening and understanding the other parties issue or concern

  12. Ability to continuously seek ways to improve processes and efficiencies

  13. Ability to maintain confidentiality and discretion with employee records and personal data

  14. Must be customer/client-focused in order to exceed expectations




HR - Employee Relations Partner – Swire Coca-Cola

What does an Employee Relations Partner do Swire Coca-Cola?

If you are an energetic and innovative Employee Relations Partner, we want you to join our team. You will be part of a brand new Employee Relations team, helping to create a culture of fairness and consistency. As an Employee Relations Partner you will partner with managers and other members of leadership to provide guidance and advise on difficult employee relations issues, including complaints, disciplinary actions, and other similar issues. You will also serve as a fair and neutral fact finder in internal investigations. The Employee Relations Partner is part of a team of Specialists who report to the Senior Manager, Employee Relations.


A partner to our leaders:

  • Counsels managers and provides solid recommendations on how to handle employee concerns and complaints;

  • Partners with managers on difficult performance management and disciplinary actions, ensuring that such matters are handled in a fair and consistent manner;

  • Assists with the investigation, information gathering, and response to employee administrative claims and legal actions

  • A fair and neutral fact finder:

    • Responds to anonymous complaints filed through Swire Voice or other reporting mechanisms;

    • Conducts internal investigations into employee complaints, such as complaints regarding harassment, discrimination, bullying, and other similar issues

  • A proactive advocate for our employees:

    • Helps gather data regarding employee relations issues so that trends can be identified and proactive responses can be administered that improve the workplace for all employees;

    • Assists with the creation, updates, or implementation of new policies or practices relating to Employee Relations

    • Travels to Swire facilities approximately 15-25% of the time to conduct internal investigations

Knowledge, skills, and abilities to be successful in this position:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources or related field;

  • 3+ years of related employee relations experience;

  • Good understanding of employee relations best practices;

  • Good understanding of federal employment laws (Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FMLA, etc.) and ability to quickly learn multiple state employment laws

  • Experience conducting internal investigations

  • Ability to communicate clearly during difficult conversations and reduce tension

  • Excellent customer service skills, with the ability to build relationships with managers and others within the organization

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Ability to prioritize multiple demands and make difficult decisions at a fast pace

  • Good understanding of Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

  • HR certification (PHR, SPHR, SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP)

  • Ability to speak and read Spanish

Swire Coca-Cola, USA is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer that participates in the E-Verify program as required by law. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, Veteran status or other legally protected characteristics.


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