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  • 11/17/2021 9:53 AM | Kristie Rossi (Administrator)

    As the Sr HRIS Analyst you will be responsible for Workday functional system maintenance, optimization, configuration, testing and analysis. This role will partner with internal and external business stakeholders to increase business efficiencies and automate business processes through the Workday platform. This person will be a critical part of our HRIS team, leveraging Workday to deliver solutions that enable the business to accomplish goals related to the strategy at Ardent Mills. This role will serve as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the assigned support areas of Recruiting, Talent, and Learning and ensure that Workday serves the needs for all users.

    Your Responsibilities

    Responsible for configuration and maintenance of the Workday system including business processes, reports, data loads, integrations, eligibility rules, calculated fields and security.

    Leverage business knowledge and expertise to identify and track opportunities for process and operational improvements, advise stakeholders on options, risks, and any impacts on other processes or systems.

    Analyze and recommend enhancements to business processes and other aspects of system configuration to streamline HR operations and optimize efficiency while ensuring data integrity.

    Lead HRIS and Workday projects and enhancements, taking full ownership of managing the work, deadlines and resources to ensure successful completion.

    Collaborate within Workday Community and area user groups to research and resolve issues and to proactively remain informed about Workday changes, alerts and enhancements.

    Coordinate and perform system testing to ensure requirements are met and system upgrades/releases are implemented smoothly, including tracking and resolving all issues.

    Create and maintain documentation for all processes including end-user training and job aids.

    Provide creative solutions to difficult business problems that are not clearly defined or where limited information is available.

    Build Workday reports, dashboards, and scorecards including proficient use of calculated fields, charts and graphs.

    Share responsibility for the design of HR reporting, metrics and analytics.


    Minimum of 7 years HR experience with 2 to 5 years Workday HRIS experience required.

    Ability to understand how to best utilize Workday functionality to meet the business needs as well as identify impacts across the Workday platform.

    Solid understanding of HR functional areas, compliance regulations and business processes.

    Excellent interpersonal, collaboration, analytical and complex problem-solving skills.

    Communicate effectively with cross-functional teams, explain complex concepts, bring business insights, and drive process improvements.

    Strong analytical skills and attention to detail.

    Proactive solution-oriented problem solver with mindfulness of the big picture.

    Strong prioritization, project management, planning and organization skills.

    Ardent Mills is headquartered in Denver, CO. This role can be 100% remote.

    **The successful candidate will be expected to commit to a periodic presence in the Denver HQ office, the frequency of which is open to discussion with the hiring manager.

    EEO Commitment

    At Ardent Mills, everyone matters and everyone has a voice. We are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal opportunities are available to all applicants and team members and the decisions will be based on merit, competence, performance, and business needs. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, aboriginality, ancestry, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, genetic information, veteran status, age, political affiliation, or any other non-merit characteristic protected by law or not. Together, celebrating our differences, we make Ardent Mills.

    The preceding position description has been designed to indicate the general nature and essential duties and responsibilities of work performed by employees within this position. It may not contain a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees in this position. The description, duties, functions, and responsibilities are subject to change at the discretion of Ardent Mills.


    We provide market-driven base pay, based on skills, abilities, and level of experiences. Our salary ranges are broad, and individual salary will be market competitive based on a candidate’s unique set of skills and level of experience. The starting range for this position is $78,143.10 - $104,223.36, with additional earning potential possible commensurate with experience, + Incentive Bonus. Additionally, we believe that our team members are the reason for our success and all team members are incentive eligible with a target based on contribution, company performance, and individual results achieved. While the specific bonus plan and target amount will be determined based on the role and breadth of contributions, the targeted bonus plan and targeted percentage amount for this role is Bonus - MIP, 10% Annual: Individual Target.


    At Ardent Mills we offer a wide range of benefits to our team members and their eligible family members. Some of our great benefit programs you may be eligible for include: • Medical, Dental and Vision Coverage• Health and Dependent Savings Accounts • Life and Disability Programs • Voluntary Benefit Programs • Company Sponsored Wellness Programs • Retirement Savings with Company Match • Team Member and Family Assistance Program (EAP) • Paid Time Off and Paid Holidays • Employee Recognition Program with Rewards (RAVE).

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  • 11/17/2021 8:25 AM | Kristie Rossi (Administrator)

    Responsibilities & Qualifications

    The Sr HRIS Analyst will provide HR data management for the Human Resource function across multiple systems. This position will involve assisting with implementations, maintenance, and troubleshooting computer applications. The ideal candidate will help drive efficiency as P2 Energy optimizes its global HR processes, and may partner with Finance and IT to support workforce analytics. Although the Sr HRIS Analyst will rely on instructions and pre-established guidelines to perform the functions of the job, they will be responsible for working independently and exercising independent judgment to complete the job tasks across multiple HR functions. The individual must be flexible and committed to working in a fast paced company; have proven communication and organizational skills; and be willing and able to focus on both internal and external customer service to meet business needs.

    Provides internal end-user support and engages with system providers to resolve issues and gain insights to effective solutions to business needs.

    Research and resolve high level LMS + HCM platform functionality issues.

    Establish and maintain strong vendor relationships to accomplish a variety of objectives, including escalation of critical issues and troubleshooting of critical HCM platform functionality.

    Support global users and regional business units to customize elearning resources and recommendations on platform

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    Have broad learning opportunities to understand the business environment and the technical environment of our HR systems. These systems include but are not limited to Cornerstone for Performance Management and Talent Development, iCims for Talent Acquisition, Great Plains HRIS, and PayScale for Compensation.

    Provide support for HR systems including researching and resolving HR system problems, unexpected results or process flaws; perform scheduled activities; recommend solutions and alternate methods to meet requirements.

    Develop user procedures, guidelines, training materials and documentation. Train clients and new users on new processes and functionality.

    Assist in development of standard and complex reports for on-going internal customer needs. This could include metric reporting, scoreboard/dashboard reporting, executive presentations, and ad-hoc reporting.

    Maintain awareness of current trends in HR systems with a focus on product and service development, delivery and support, and applying key technologies. Examine trends in information systems, materials and techniques, and make recommendations regarding new processes and systems to improve efficiency.

    Coordinates system related projects and process improvement: integration implementations, enhancements and upgrade activities HR processes, policies and practices that impact accuracy and efficiency

    Ensures system and data integrity via routine audit reporting and collaboration with team to implement needed process improvements

    Supports day-to-day HRIS user requests and responds to help desk inquiries as assigned, and solicits feedback as necessary.

    Coordinate, conduct, and lead internal user group meetings and communication to share best practices on system functionality.

    Help create, manage and enforce LMS system standards, policies, and procedures.

    Maintain data integrity rules and processes for the LMS.

    Maintain overall course catalogs, the content that is deployed and the related security.

    Provide recommendations and implement systemic process improvements.

    Evaluate, recommend and pilot new technologies regarding LMS platform as appropriate.

    Participate in LMS vendor User Group meetings, training and periodic annual conferences.

    Assists in documentation and provides training to department level LMS admins.

    Set-up scheduled offerings, assign, schedule, edit, cancel, close classes, etc.

    Test and validate software updates provided by the LMS vendor

    Test/analyze system reports, troubleshoot end-user issues

    Run/schedule learning activity reports for instructors and managers

    Test configurations for future training deployment

    Monitor staging and live system notifications to make sure they deploy properly per schedule.

    Configure, test and deploy notifications


    Technical Ability:

    Strong technical, analytical, and problem solving skills

    Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills

    Ability to interact effectively within a small team

    Ability to work in a fast paced environment, meet deadlines, and deliver on schedule

    Planning and organizational skills to manage medium and large projects and/or participate as a team member on larger projects

    Ability to learn and work with multiple software applications

    Create end-user friendly, concise job aids and support materials for system tasks Demonstrated ability to lead working groups and drive consensus around standards and review.

    Demonstrated skill in administering and supporting systems with internal and external customers.

    Demonstrated skill in working with relational data and relational databases, and developing and running queries and designing basic reports.

    Ability to learn quickly, independently, and to problem solve.

    Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with other internal staff as well as external partners.

    Demonstrated attention to detail.

    Ability to organize time effectively, determines priorities, and move work forward independently.

    Ability to multi-task and deliver on several initiatives at one time.

    Demonstrated track record of effectively managing projects on time and on budget.

    Ability to create reports, advanced Excel including pivot tables, vlookup, and other more advanced reporting skills preferred.


    BA/BS HR, Business Administration or related field

    6+ years experience

    Belief in the P2 Way:

    The P2 Way (P2’s core values):

    Always be learning

    When in doubt, talk it out

    Show up and follow up

    Create positive energy

    Think beyond

    Please note: Assessment testing may be required for this position.

    The minimum salary for this position has been established at $67,400.00 in Colorado. P2 is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, retains multiple office locations globally, and employs approximately 500 people. We offer a casual work environment, comprehensive benefits plan, generous PTO, and a competitive compensation package. We’re proud of our positive and inclusive culture designed around the philosophies of mutual respect, hard work, and a commitment to excellence. P2 is dedicated to individual and corporate growth opportunities.

    P2 fosters a creative environment that promotes engagement through awareness and training, helps managers address and encourage conscious inclusion, and breaks down stereotypes and perceived barriers to advancement opportunities for all underrepresented groups. P2 supports pay and promotion equity; maintains inclusive benefit programs for all family structures, gender/gender identity and expression, sex, sexual orientation, religion, race, origin, age, or disability; and promotes a working environment that seeks balance in life through commitments to family, community service, and outside interests.

    We participate in the E-Verify program, a service of DHS and SSA, and P2 is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.

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  • 11/16/2021 11:55 AM | Kristie Rossi (Administrator)

    In this role you’ll work as part of a team to support multiple client compensation engagements. Your primary activities will include analysis, design, and recommendations for compensation programs, including base pay and job level analysis, incentive pay, reward and recognition, and key linkages to other HR programs such as performance management.

    This is a 100% remote job

    What You’ll Do:

    • Conduct compensation analysis for clients including benchmarking / market pricing, competitive market analysis, salary structure analysis, pay program modeling, incentive plan design, as well as ad-hoc compensation projects and analysis
    • Evaluate individual jobs using market, skill, geographic and slotting analysis techniques
    • Analyze and interpret data, and prepare structures and reports
    • Build job families, pay grades and structures, that meet individual client requirements
    • Utilize external data and research to inform recommendations
    • Keep apprised with market and compliance issues regarding compensation program design and administration
    • Assist in business development and proposal activities
    • Outstanding initiative with very good customer service and interpersonal skills
    • Be a team player, partnering with other team members on a variety of HR engagements
    • Partner with external vendors, including survey providers and freelancers
    • Support Compensation life cycle events and special projects with a strong attention to detail and strict adherence to timelines

    What We’re Looking For:

    • 3-5 years of compensation or total rewards experience
    • Experience working in consulting services or a company’s HR function
    • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
    • Strong Excel and analytics skills
    • Be able to identify problems and solutions
    • Ability to work on deadlines while managing multiple tasks
    • Desire to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment
    • Highly analytical and detail oriented, but able to also see the big picture
    • Desire to work with a variety of clients at different business stages, with an emphasis on startups
    • Experience with incentive and/or equity compensation would be a plus

    About Enspira

    Enspira started with the simple philosophy in mind: deliver custom, client-focused solutions that help your people be inspired, grow and thrive, so your organization does too.

    Since our start in 2018, Enspira has been helping clients with their HR needs and consistently delivering the most practical and pragmatic ways to implement them within their organizations.

    Our boutique consulting firm has grown from one person—our Founder & CEO, Kurt Landon to nearly 30 consultants with hundreds of years of collective and diverse experience, but our commitment remains the same: to deliver a superior and collaborative work experience for our clients that creates value and delivers HR strategies that work.

    Enspira is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. We want and need all types of people to be at our best. All employment decisions at Enspira are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, genetic information, national origin, veteran, physical and/or mental disability, or family or parental status.

    If you think you have what it takes and maybe don’t meet all of our qualifications, contact us, we want to meet you. If you have a disability or a need that requires an accommodation, please let us know.

    About the Team

    Our diverse team includes a unique blend of leaders with comprehensive HR experience and career consultants with in-depth expertise in business transformation and operational excellence. The Enspira team collectively brings a unique blend of in-depth experience in HR, business, technology and consulting, having served in various leadership roles, industries and geographies.


    We are committed to professional growth and fulfillment at work. Our Benefits include:

    Medical insurance with dental and vision.

    Generous time off with a flexible workplace and work schedule.

    A commitment to developing leaders from within the organization.

    Hiring salary range: $70,000-$100,000 depending on knowledge, skills, experience and abilities of the applicant

    Interested Applicants: Please send a cover letter and resume to

    More info found here

  • 10/13/2021 11:16 AM | Kristie Rossi (Administrator)

    We are looking for a Compensation Analyst who will join our newly created centralized compensation function within the Organization. You will be coming in on the ground level and will partner directly with the VP of Total Rewards as we create our new compensation structure. You will be responsible for supporting the administration and implementation of the Company’s various compensation programs. This includes compensation survey administration, market analysis, data audits and plan administration. We are also in the process of creating a roadmap for various upcoming projects such as enhancing our performance management processes and implementing a compensation technology solution. You will also partner with HR leaders and internal stakeholders across various divisions to make compensation recommendations based on various resources and data analysis.

    This position has the ability to be based either out of our Broomfield, CO or Pearl River, NY location via a hybrid model.

    Job Responsibilities:

    - Conducts analysis and interpretation related to compensation programs.

    - Performs market analysis of jobs to determine competitive positioning.

    - Participates in annual wage administration programs, including structure creation and maintenance and development of incentive or wage increase budgets.

    - Reviews and recommends proposed compensation for new hires and internal promotions.

    - Analyzes and completes compensation survey data including job matching and compensation practices.

    - Creates compensation change proposal presentations.

    Conducts audits of internal compensation data to ensure accuracy.

    - Assists with any compensation related task or project as needed.


    - Minimum one year compensation experience.

    - Bachelor’s degree preferred.

    - Excellent attention to detail.

    - Superior analytical, mathematical, communication and organization skills.

    - Expertise in Excel, PowerPoint and HR Systems.

    - Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects within deadlines.

    - Working knowledge of compensation principles and concepts.

    - Ability to demonstrate good judgment, mature business skills, exercise independent judgment and maintain confidentiality of all employee information.

    - Strong planning, problem solving, project management, organizational and communication skills.

    - Understand employment-related federal and state laws and regulations and the legal requirements of wage and hour laws affecting compensation and classification programs, including the Fair Labor Standards Act.

    Hiring Range: $68,000 - $78,000 with 8% bonus opportunity

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  • 09/22/2021 10:41 AM | Kristie Rossi (Administrator)

    LOCATION: Our Corporate Headquarters in Rapid City, South Dakota.

    A Comprehensive Relocation Plan is offered for this position!

    Job Specifications

    Evaluate and market price all non-exempt and exempt positions. Assist in the research, design and implementation of the Company’s total direct compensation programs. Communicate research and analysis findings to HR leadership and senior management team; recommend market led changes based on survey research and analysis results. Provide guidance and interpretation to senior leaders, managers, supervisors and employees on compensation programs’ design and administrative procedures.

    Essential Job Functions:

    · Evaluate and market price positions make recommendations on slotting when market information may not exist or match. Based on market analysis, recommend appropriate pay range, People Soft job code, title and overtime exemption classification.

    · Recommend appropriate pay ranges and review job descriptions to ensure they reflect appropriate title, essential functions, and qualifications.

    · Coordinate, administer and assess compensation plans (base pay, incentives and stock compensation).

    · Assist and support the design and implementation of the Company’s total compensation programs.

    · Review and assist with job offers for internal and external candidates, utilizing appropriate internal and external equity reviews.

    · Provide guidance to management through interpretation of compensation programs.

    · Assist in the assessment of the impact of existing compensation programs through modeling.

    · Complete compensation surveys from a wide variety of sources in order to capture compensation data based on the market.

    · Maintain the compensation technology, ensuring regular uploads are performed from the linked systems.

    · Prepare communications material to advise employees at all levels of changes to individual’s pay including widely distributed compensation incentive target information, etc.

    · Maintain compensation systems, ensuring regular uploads are performed. Work closely with HRIS to ensure systems meet compensation needs and update changes as well as assist with testing and implementation.

    · Establish and maintain appropriate vendor and/or outside company contacts that are required for the administration of established compensation programs and research studies.

    · Foster and promote proactive communication within the Human Resources Department and throughout the corporation.

    · Exhibit a high degree of professionalism, customer service and confidentiality.

    Additional Responsibilities:

    · Assist with special projects as requested.

    · Support and/or participate in continuous improvement efforts.

    · Participate and represent the corporation in civic, industry and professional organizations.


    · Minimum of (3) three years of professional compensation, financial analyst or other relevant experience required.

    · Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration or Accounting or equivalent combination of education and experience, required.


    · Proven understanding of compensation including compliance with state and federal laws that apply to base, bonus and incentive plans.

    · Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills.

    · Demonstrated strong analytical and problem-solving skills.

    · Sophisticated skills in Microsoft Office Products including Excel, Word, and Outlook.

    · Comfortable working in a variety of 3rd party computer applications including HRIS systems, and other niche software as required.

    · Work effectively in a diverse group and independently.

    · Outstanding organizational and interpersonal skills.

    · Manage multiple projects and priorities and meet deadlines in an environment of rapid change.

    · Maintain accurate and detailed records.

    · Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.

    · Maintain strict confidentiality of business and personal compensation information.

    Salary Range: $69,800 - $104,800 (Determined by the knowledge, skills and abilities of the applicant.)

    Reporting Relationship: Director, Total Rewards

    Location: Our Corporate Headquarters in Rapid City, South Dakota.

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  • 09/20/2021 11:58 AM | Kristie Rossi (Administrator)

    This Senior Compensation Program Manager will be a key team member of the Total Rewards team, gaining exposure to market data and salary surveys to understand the importance of market information and analytics to help recruit, motivate and retain employees. You will lead the design of compensation programs and procedures. You will ensure our total rewards programs motivate and reward our employees for their contributions, driving DISH into the future. You will work on enterprise projects and be a part of the global total rewards team


    • Partner with peers and external business partners to develop a communication plan which engages employees in understanding their compensation, benefits, and how the business and employee partnership works to achieve strategies and goals
    • Manage Compensation life cycle events and special projects with a strong attention to detail and strict adherence to timelines
    • Take lead in managing all salary survey input and trend questionnaires. Assist with annual market analysis
    • Gather market data and provide analysis to assess the competitiveness of our current compensation packages
    • Serve as lead consultant preparing analyses and recommendations in preparation for executive meetings
    • Research and analyze market trends and best practices, report findings and provide recommendations for enhancements
    • Take a lead role in the annual compensation programs and analysis with the Salary Review Program, Bonus plans, and Equity plans
    • 5-7 years of experience in HR, specifically with Compensation experience
    • Very strong excel skills
    • Strong attention to detail and data accuracy
    • Demonstrated team player with the ability to balance many different projects and deliverables
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality and handle highly sensitive information
    • Outstanding initiative with very good customer service and interpersonal skills
    • Excellent organizational and project management skills
    • Experience working in an entrepreneurial culture as well as a larger, established company desired; previous experience with executive compensation plans and packages and/or incentive planning a plus

    Compensation: $90,000.00/Yr. - $130,000.00/Yr.

    From versatile health perks to new career opportunities, check out our benefits on our careers website.

    Employment is contingent on Successful completion of a pre-employment screen, which may include a drug test.

    Apply Here

  • 09/20/2021 11:56 AM | Kristie Rossi (Administrator)

    The Benefits Program Manager is responsible for interacting with HR Centers of Excellence and Business Partners, understanding benefits program design, management, and analysis to develop a program that aligns with employee and business needs. Problems faced are difficult to complex. This role continually considers and incorporates process changes to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the DISH Benefits plan as well as influences others outside of their own job area regarding policies, practices and procedures. The role is a subject matter expert (SME) in a variety of topics including the organization's competitive position, compliance, insurance plans, benefits, FMLA/ADA, time off and retirement programs, and handles the establishment, development and implementation of processes and standards.

    The essential functions of this job position include, but are not limited to, the following tasks and duties an employee encounters while performing this job.

    • Plan and guide the overall design, implementation, communication, and administration of DISH’s health and welfare benefits programs.
    • Compile, organize and submit advanced data reports relating to benefits plans, internal management, and external agencies.
    • Benefits coverage evaluation, benchmarking, and cost analysis.
    • Manage and maintain HR vendor relationships by providing a quality customer experience and establish long-term customer relationships.
    • Provide functional support to peers and direct reports as Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) for one or more HR Operations functions.
    • Ensure program adherence to current regulations and support of the organization’s strategic objectives.
    • Review, create and update summary plan descriptions and applicable policies to ensure accuracy of administration in plan documents.
    • Manages annual open enrollment projects by creating and implementing a project plan, delegating tasks, and creating open enrollment documentation and employee communication materials.
    • Responsible for the oversight of benefit renewals and delivery of final outcomes.
    • Ensure successful Open Enrollment annually.
    • Develops compelling benefits communications and themed programs to increase appeal and adoption by employees.
    • Provides guidance to employees on benefit-related issues and concerns.
    • Evaluates existing benefit programs against peer organizations to determine competitiveness, trends, and developments.


    • 3-5 years of Benefits or Human Resources experience.
    • Exhibit strong leadership qualities and the ability to influence employees within multiple levels of the organization.
    • Excellent organization and analytical skills with strong attention to detail.
    • Speak effectively before customers or employees of the organization whether individually or in groups.
    • Operate efficiently between multiple computer applications and be proficient with Windows 7 or higher.
    • Proficiency with the Google Suite, including but not limited to, Google Sheets and Google Docs.
    • Effectively interact with all levels of organizational staff and company personnel.
    • Excellent presentation/facilitation, interpersonal, written/oral communication, and customer service skills.
    • Thorough understanding of FMLA, COBRA, HIPAA, ACA, healthcare and retirement plan administration, and must keep apprised of federal, state, and local regulations to ensure compliance.
    • Exceptional demonstrated project management and time management skills with the ability to coordinate and prioritize multiple tasks, set deadlines, and complete projects in a timely manner.
    • Ability to work autonomously with minimal supervision.


    Bachelor’s Degree or higher strongly preferred; five or more (5+) years in human resources related field required.

    Compensation: $74,700.00/Yr. - $103,850.00/Yr.

    From versatile health perks to new career opportunities, check out our benefits on our careers website.

    Employment is contingent on Successful completion of a pre-employment screen, which may include a drug test.

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