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  • 05/07/2021 1:01 PM | Kristie Rossi (Administrator)

    The Compensation, HRIS & Workforce Data Analyst will work in partnership with the Total Rewards Team, HR Operations Team, HR Business Partners, as well as external consultants to manage and administer our compensation system, HRIS platform and data analytics tools. This role is accountable for ensuring compensation programs align with market and Elevation’s employee value proposition. The role will also partner with business stakeholders to manage HR/workforce analytics and ensure HRIS data quality and integrity for analysis and reporting purposes.

    Essential Functions:

    • Develop and analyze HR metrics, benchmarks and workforce capacity data to provide HR and business leaders with actionable recommendations to drive operational improvement

    • Provide data and analytical support to our HR business partners; including data mining from multiple sources, compiling reports, identifying trends

    • Translate business objectives and user needs into clearly written requirements to make the HRIS more efficient and/or optimize the user experience

    • Builds workflows and interfaces to improve end-user experience across all HR platforms

    • Work with HR and IT to maintain and improve the HRIS, including configuration, end-user access, security, and system efficiency

    • Serves as a backup system administrator for HR systems and dependent business applications

    • Compiles salary data trends and partners with Finance, HR Operations, and organization leaders to develop and forecast organization-wide annual salary budget.

    • Educates leaders and employees on Elevations compensation practices.

    • Leads compensation reviews of all company roles and utilizes benchmark data to determine competitive nature of positions and salaries

    • Evaluates new and updated success profile requests (job evaluation requests), determines pay grades and identifies FLSA classification and maintains compensation structure.

    • Recommends appropriate salary benchmark sources and participates in salary surveys to ensure Elevations compensation structure remains competitive.

    • Partners with HR Business Partners and department leaders to find solutions for compensation-related issues

    • Manages variable compensation plan documentation and initiates appropriate documentation to employees

    Required Education and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Human Resources, Finance, Math or Information Systems or equivalent experience.

    • 3 + years general reporting experience in an Analyst or related role

    • Advanced MS Office skills; Excel and PowerPoint will be used daily

    • Strong analytical skills and ability to communicate information verbally as well as in written or graphical forms

    • Demonstrated operational experience or knowledge with HR processes and systems related to workforce reporting, recruiting, learning, performance management and HR metrics

    Preferred Experience:

    • Previous experience in Compensation, Business Intelligence / Analytics or Finance

    • Experience in HRIS systems such as UltiPro, Workday, and compensation software

    • Proficiency working with very large data sets, developing tools for streamlined analysis and creating reports that succinctly summarize complex concepts

    • CCP, CEBS or other Compensation/Benefit certification designation

    Compensation: The minimum point of the budgeted range is $68,480 + annual bonus. The candidate’s starting salary will be adjusted based upon his, her, or their experience.

    Location: Broomfield

    Apply Here

  • 05/06/2021 11:10 AM | Kristie Rossi (Administrator)

    The Compensation Analyst is responsible for implementing and evolving Noodles’ overall compensation strategy in partnership with the Total Rewards Director. This includes research, design, communication and management of compensation programs such as bonus plans, equity programs, and market salary survey interpretation.

    At Noodles & Company, our mission is to always nourish and inspire every team member, guest and community we serve. We accomplish this by living our values of We Care, We Show Pride, We are Passionate, and We Love Life! We provide our team members with opportunities to learn culinary skills working with fresh food and the art of personal connection with our guests. Come join our amazing team, make new friends, develop your career and have fun!

    Your Day in the Life

    • Continually review nd assess compensation strategies, programs and technologies and benchmark against external best practices.
    • Review hourly and salary compensation plans and programs regularly and provide recommendations to HR Leadership.
    • Partner with HR Leadership to complete the annual merit process including the calculation and analyzation of merit increase recommendations and budget compliance.
    • Prepare compensation reports as needed and requested.
    • Complete annual salary surveys, as needed.
    • Ensure compliance with all governmental regulations related to compensation.
    • Conduct job evaluations and salary surveys, establish salary structures, and prepare policies and procedures to ensure achievement of equitable and competitive compensation.
    • Ensure effective communication of company compensation policies.
    • Partner with HR Leadership to develop, implement, and administer bonus and equity compensation plans.

    What You Bring to the Team
    • Ability to demonstrate good judgment and mature business skills.
    • B.A./B.S. in related field or an equivalent in education and experience.
    • CCP certification preferred.
    • Working knowledge of federal and state wage and salary laws and regulations; salary survey methodology.
    • Excellent written and oral communication/presentation skills with the ability to effectively provide advice and counsel.
    • Knowledge of and the ability to use a PC as well as Microsoft Office Suite.
    • 5+ years’ experience relevant experience
    • Workday experience preferred.
    • Experience in the Restaurant/Retail industry preferred


    • Careers at Noodles are served with a side of:
    • Pay range: $60,000-$75,000
    • Eligible for annual performance bonus
    • Flexible paid time off
    • Medical, dental and vision insurance
    • 401(k) and stock purchase discounts
    • Paid maternity and paternity leaves, adoption and surrogacy benefits
    • Discounts through our gift card program
    • Scholarship opportunities

    Learn more about our benefits:

    Apply Here

  • 04/20/2021 12:39 PM | Kristie Rossi (Administrator)

    The Department of Personnel & Administration is seeking an experienced, strategic, and forward-thinking leader to serve as the Statewide Chief Human Resources Officer and to direct the Division of Human Resources (DHR). The CHRO leads DHR in providing direction to all state agency HR departments and managing statewide HR programs.

    This position plays an important role in the lives of all state employees. The successful candidate will have the ability to build relationships and collaborate with agency HR Directors and Executive Directors, the General Assembly, and the Governor's Office to ensure successful implementation of innovative and meaningful HR programs and services.

    Salary - $10,000.00 - $13,333.33 Monthly

    Location - Denver, CO

    Job Type - Full Time

    Department - Department of Personnel & Administration

    Job Number - AAA-9058-33021

    Closing - 4/26/2021 11:59 PM Mountain

    Apply Here

  • 04/12/2021 12:33 PM | Kristie Rossi (Administrator)

    Are you interested in a career opportunity with a growing software company? P2 Energy Solutions is dedicated to providing a positive culture where the ability to learn, collaborate, and make a difference is rewarded. We have a fast-paced, innovative culture where employees are empowered to provide a superior experience for internal and external customers.

    Upstream oil and gas professionals who are focused on solving tough challenges rely on P2 software, data and analytics solutions to optimize their business performance. We are currently developing our solutions on mobile and in the cloud! More than 1,600 companies from around the world use P2 solutions every day to manage their land assets, measure and process financial information, optimize production, and manage their reserves. With more than 80 years of experience in data and 30 years in software, P2 has offices around the world, and employs approximately 600 people.

    Responsibilities & Qualifications

    We are looking for a Payroll Lead with experience in both the US and Canada.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    Handle and manage all aspects of the payroll cycle for 700+ employees

    Ability to manage several payroll cycles across multiple companies and countries

    Review 401K file transfers and other compliance payroll filings

    Works closely with ADP payroll provide to resolve issues related to payments, reporting, adjustments, etc.

    Responsible for creation and accuracy of monthly and annual reports (journal entries, earning reports, benefit reporting, etc.)

    Responsible for annual audit schedules related to Worker’s Compensation, 401K and year-end financial audit

    Audit all payroll tax information to ensure compliance with federal and/or local agencies

    Maintain policies and procedures related to all aspects of payroll cycle.

    Maintain knowledge of legal requirements affecting human resources, tax laws and payroll functions and ensures related policies, controls and procedures are in compliance

    Qualifications Include:

    Bachelor’s degree or equivalent relevant experience

    At least 3 to 5 years of experience processing payroll using ADP software, multi-state experience and international payroll (especially Canada)

    Supervisory or managerial experience

    Excellent customer service skills and ability to work effectively with all levels within the organization

    Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing to employees at all levels

    Strong problem solving skills

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

    The minimum salary for this position has been established at $52,300.00. We offer a casual work environment, comprehensive benefits plan, generous PTO, and a competitive compensation structure. We have a positive culture designed around the philosophy of mutual respect and the challenge of contributing to the continued success of our organization. P2 is dedicated to individual and corporate growth opportunities, and we would love to talk to you further!

    Link to apply

  • 04/12/2021 12:06 PM | Kristie Rossi (Administrator)

    Colorado College is looking for a Recruitment and Employment Manager. This role will lead strategic recruitment and staffing through effective development of initiatives, outreach, and operational management. Develops creative and effective marketing, sourcing, and selection processes to drive success in recruitment and retention outcomes. Promotes diversity and inclusivity in all selection processes; builds and maintains strong relationships with search committees and hiring departments. Provides guidance and best practices for antiracist recruitment and retention.


    • Establish strong partnerships with hiring managers and departments to develop a thorough understanding of position needs and effectively support and design antiracist talent recruitment strategies to attract and enhance a diverse and inclusive process.
    • Develop and maintain local, regional, and national partnerships to understand respective labor markets and enhance recruitment efforts. Partner with the DEI leadership on diversity recruitment and retention initiatives and strategies.
    • Establish and coordinate business partnerships to conduct city introductions/tours for out of town/state candidates.
    • Actively support search committees and hiring managers throughout the recruitment and selection processes to ensure search activities are conducted equitably, timely and effectively. Provide guidance to the search committee/hiring manager to ensure understanding and appropriate use of the online application system processes and assist them to create an overall positive candidate interview experience.

    Required Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in human resources or related field and five years of experience leading talent acquisition processes, driving diverse and inclusive sourcing and hiring practices. Proven knowledge of employment laws, regulations, and human resources administration concepts, and current recruiting and sourcing methods A proven record of developing and effectively managing recruitment programs, projects, and initiatives.
    • Demonstrated success in the following areas:
    • Developing and executing successful recruitment strategies and interview techniques for candidates at all levels
    • Establishing partnerships that enhance recruitment efforts and diversity initiatives.
    • Training search teams
    • Developing and analyzing recruitment and retention metrics including EEO data
    • Using business application software, such as MS Office Suite, to generate professional documents and reports
    • Working with online application and recruitment tools
    • Commitment to diversity, inclusion and equity awareness through actions, interactions and communications with others

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in Human Resources; PHR or SPHR certification; experience in higher education or other educational setting; experience using PeopleAdmin applicant tracking system and HRIS systems; experience in faculty searches. Experience working with employees from outside the USA on their visa requirements to work in the USA

    Application Deadline (at 11:59 PM Mountain Time):04/19/2021

    Salary Range: $57,248 - $97,321

    You must meet the minimum qualifications to be considered for this position.

    Link to apply 

  • 03/31/2021 12:54 PM | Kristie Rossi (Administrator)

    Cerner Corporation is looking to add great comp talent to our team. Unique opportunity for someone with a passion for driving positive change to make a difference at a Fortune 500 healthcare technology company!

    Responsible for contributing to the attraction, engagement and retention of associates and maximizing the return on investment of Cerner’s total rewards programs. The Senior Compensation Consultant will drive and support components of Cerner compensation strategy. This role will partner with Human Resources business partners and business leaders to design and deliver market and business relevant compensation programs that drive performance and business outcomes.

    The Senior Compensation Consultant will identify opportunities to improve existing programs and processes and develop and analyze innovative approaches to address unmet needs, providing consultation to influence decision making and knowledge sharing across the organization. The role will lead key initiatives for the overall compensation function and provide leadership and mentoring to others on the compensation team.

    Experience partnering with human resources and business leaders to drive transformational change and a strong base of core compensation competencies, including strong analytical skills, are key to success in this role.

    Deadline for Application: 4/23/21

    Location: Remote/work from home

    Salary Range: $80,000 - $110,000

    Links to information/application

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