Develop, maintain, adjust nursing and ancillary schedules, payroll, billing, gross pays, PTO accruals and personnel paperwork. Responsible for Biweekly/Monthly payroll; time entry in One Staff & PPA/Account changes. Provide direct support for the Nurse Manager and Supervisor, Ambulatory Care Nursing and UMHS Institution. This includes project work, workgroups and maintaining personnel/staffing reports. Train employees in new or revised work methods and procedures and orient new employees. Advise management of trends, concerns and suggested measures to maintain standards and continued improvements. Exhibit exemplary customer relation skills in interacting with various management levels and department staff. Complete project work as assigned by the Manager. Maintain Static Groups and DataMart Groups. Posting, monitoring and hiring new employees through eRecruit. Maintain employee records in accordance with HR and UMHS policies.
High school diploma required. Three to five years in performing responsible office duties or an equivalent combination of education/ experience. Accounting or equivalent combination of education/experience. Two to three years' payroll/personnel processing experience. Excellent verbal/written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to work independently and cooperatively, prioritize and complete tasks in a timely manner. Demonstrated ability to do exceptional tracking and follow up with excellent attention to details. Demonstrated ability to multitask in an environment of shifting priorities with a high degree of accuracy.
Two to three years’ experience with OneStaff, Microsoft Windows and Excel. Proficiency with Mpathways. Knowledge of eRecruit. Knowledge of UMHS/UMPNC/MNA contract. Knowledge of UMHS policies and procedures. Associate or higher degree in business, human resources or related field.
Monday-Friday, 40 hrs/week, Day Shift; 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
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