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    Company: Springfield Electric Supply Company

    Job Title: Training and Development Coordinator

    Department: Human Resources

    Job Summary

    Springfield Electric Supply Company, an electrical distributor, is currently seeking a Training & Development Coordinator to be located in our Corporate office in Springfield, IL. This position is responsible for the development and oversight of Springfield Electric’s Training and Development programs including new talent onboarding, on-going Individual Development Plans, career enhancement development, and customer education initiatives. The Training & Development Coordinator is also responsible for assessing the effectiveness of the programs and building a talent pipeline and bench.

    Essential Functions & Tasks

    • Develops training plans & programs (internal & external).
    • Designs & prepares education materials.
    • Partners with internal & external stakeholders and subject matter experts to develop instructional design.
    • Identifies & develops supplier relationships.
    • Develops & maintains the online training presence on mySE.
    • Builds cross-functional relationships.
    • Delivers systems training (Eclipse, mySE, TDF, eCommerce, Project Management).
    • Identifies the frequency in which training/development refreshers or maintenance courses are needed.
    • Conduct needs assessment to identify skills & knowledge gaps.
    • Designs & applies assessment tools to measure training effectiveness.
    • Assess the effectiveness of development plans & programs.
    • Performs skill checks with associates to identify any gaps or retraining needed.
    • Provides feedback to program participants and management.
    • Tracks & reports training outcomes to Branch Managers & the SESCO Leadership Team.
    • Plan the implementation & facilitation of activities and events, budget spending, materials & other resources to ensure operations are managed within budget.
    • Coordinates all training activity with managers.
    • Coordinates off-site training activities (such as UID & other vendor schools).
    • Coordinates customer training programs & activities.
    • Develops, assigns and oversees new associate and new position assignment training plans in coordination with the direct supervisor/manager.
    • Oversees the Sales Trainee & Intern programs.
    • Identifies appropriate career path training for associates to groom associates for their next step.

    Other Responsibilities

    • Creates and maintains relationships with schools, colleges and other organizations to build resources for a pipeline of future talent.
    • Promotes integration of leadership, business & technical processes through advocacy activities within our locations communities.
    • Maintains a basic understanding of supplier product trends & development opportunities.
    • Participates in career fairs.
    • Participates in meetings and training sessions as needed.
    • Performs other duties as instructed or required to successfully complete the job.

    Necessary Qualifications

    • Bachelor degree in Organizational Development, Training & Development, Education or Human Resources, or related field or equivalent on the job experience as determined by Springfield Electric.
    • 3 - 5 years training & development experience.
    • Extensive knowledge of instructional design theory & implementation, adult learning theory and traditional & modern training methods & technologies.
    • Knowledge of learning management & web delivery tools.
    • Ability to remain current with new training techniques and technology delivery methods.
    • Ability to conduct cost-benefit analysis & calculate training ROI.
    • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to engage others while delivering training.
    • Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and concisely in written and verbal formats.
    • Demonstrated time management and organization skills, including the ability to plan and manage multiple priorities & events simultaneously.
    • Proven proficiency in general personal computer application, as well as in the use of Microsoft Office software, including Word and Excel.
    • Commitment to and demonstration of high ethical standards governing professional behavior and interactions.
    • Strong customer service orientation.
    • Proven attentiveness to detail coupled with problem analysis and resolution skills.

    Desired Qualifications

    • Professional certification in Learning & Development.
    • Certified DDI Facilitator.
    • Familiarity with SESCO’s operating system (Solar Eclipse).
    • Knowledge of electrical products.
    • Experience with learning management systems.

    Application Link: https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1651424

    Posted 7/18/2017

     

    Company: Memorial Health Systems

    Job Title: Director of Human Resources: Passavant Area Hospital

    Department: Human Resources

    Job Summary
    Under the direction of the Chief Executive Officer, provides expertise, leadership and guidance on a variety of issues: Employee Relations, Employment Law, Staffing, Policy Interpretation, Coordination of MHS COE services delivery (Recruitment, Benefits & Compensation, HR Operations, Employee Relations, Employee Health), Payroll, Organization Development, Employee and Leadership Development.

    Human Resources
    The Director, Human Resources may initiate investigations and provide guidance regarding issues such as: working conditions, disciplinary actions, harassment, and employee complaints in collaboration with leadership/employee. Provide guidance and recommendations for problem resolution, analysis of data obtained, and timely report preparation.  The Director, Human Resources will actively participate in the development, analysis, modification, and implementation of personnel policies and procedures. The Director, Human Resources will identify research and propose new approaches to effect continual improvements in efficiency within HR and in collaboration with Regional Affiliates leadership. Must have the ability to critically think through ambiguous situations, and collaborate with subject matter experts to develop appropriate solutions. The Director, Human Resources will ensure compliance with federal and state regulations and actively support the recruitment and retention of staff. In partnership with MHS Compensation, the Director, Human Resources will ensure the Regional Affiliates compensation program is delivered in accordance with established protocols to ensure internal equity is maintained.

    Organization Development
    The Director, Human Resources will analyze, design, develop, implement and evaluate leadership and employee development, team interventions and coaching for Regional Affiliates leaders and employees. Will work with Regional Affiliates leadership team to assess current organizational structures, including span of control, and partner with HR COEs to recommend strategic workforce plans. Develop succession plan strategy and implement a succession planning program, including identification of high potential employees and building of development plans that provide opportunities.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    Education:

    • Master’s degree in Human Resource Management, Organizational Development or related area required.
    • SHRM certification preferred
    • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt preferred

    Experience:

    • Minimum of 5-7 years of related professional experience required.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of all Human Resource and Organization Development functions.

    Other Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

    • Proven ability to think strategically by designing global concepts, but also must be able to lead day-to-day tactical processes.
    • Critical thinking, decision-making and problem solving skills. Ability to analyze complex tasks, systems and problems, using both qualitative and advanced quantitative methods. Experience with process improvement and quality management systems and structures. Ability to solve problems creatively. Knowledge and understanding of Lean Six Sigma methodology.
    • Positive, proactive, service oriented and thrive in a fast paced environment. Change agent.
    • Strong interpersonal skills: Must be able to build relationships quickly, and connect well with others.\

    Advanced communication skills – ability to communicate well at all levels of the organization demonstrating tact, diplomacy and sensitivity.

    Apply link: https://jobs.choosememorial.org/search-listing/?jobId=11876

    Posted 6/29/2017

    Company: Memorial Health Systems

    Job Title: Employee Relations Representative

    Department: Human Resources

    Job Summary
    The Employee Relations Representative works directly with leaders and employees to provide advice and coach both parties on all employee relations issues. The role provides strong partnership on performance management, disciplinary processes, legal issues, investigations, and conflict management. Work involves assessing and resolving complex employee relations matters ensuring consistency across health system and alignment with Memorial practices. The role helps to ensure a fair and consistent approach to Memorial’s policies and procedures, thus promoting a positive culture within Memorial, while minimizing risks. The Representative provides a single point of contact for employee relation issues to ensure clear communication and efficiency in resolving matters. The role requires skill, tact, persuasion, judgment, and/or negotiation skills to accomplish objectives.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources, Labor Relations or related field. Master’s degree is desirable.
    • Five years or more HR Generalist / Employee Relations experience in a large environment, preferably healthcare or service oriented.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of employment law and employee relations practices.
    • Interpersonal behaviors that exceed customer expectations; the ability to be creative in issue resolution; the ability to act as a business partner.

    Apply link: https://jobs.choosememorial.org/search-listing/?jobId=11266

    Posted 6/29/2017

    Company: Memorial Health Systems

    Job Title: HRIS Analyst

    Department: Human Resources

    Job Summary
    Assists in the development, implementation, evaluation and provision of support for Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS) and associated processes within Memorial Health System and all affiliates. Serves as a trainer and resource on HRIS and process improvement solutions. Maintains, updates, retrieves and evaluates information housed in HRIS solutions and databases. Collaborates with Human Resources team to anticipate customer needs. Monitors trends to aid in functionality enhancement recommendations. Provides technical advice to resolve business issues, streamline and improve current business processes and enhance customer service.

    Education/Licensure

    • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information management, human resources, business, information management, project management or related field required. Four (4) to five (5) years experience performing technical support, systems analysis, or related IT field may be considered in lieu of bachelor’s degree.
    • Six Sigma White Belt certification or completion within one year of employment.
    • American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) Training Certificate, or completion within one year of employment.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Minimum three (3) years experience in Information Technology areas including project management, advanced support management, systems analysis, programming, process improvement or other similar experience required
    • Prior experience with human resources/payroll applications, specifically Lawson and API, preferred.
    • Demonstrated ability to execute small to medium scale projects from start to finish including the development, measurement and reporting of key performance indicators.
    • Demonstrated ability to evaluate and measure the quantitative and qualitative impact of program and process implementations.
    • Demonstrated ability to research, identify and analyze system requirements, develop recommendations and implement solutions.
    • Basic understanding of computer systems including hardware, operating systems, programming language and data communications.
    • Demonstrated report writing proficiency utilizing Crystal, Microsoft Access, and/or SQL.
    • Demonstrated problem solving skills and ability to communicate effectively with all levels of people, both internal and external to MHS.
    • Demonstrated advanced knowledge and abilities related to Microsoft Office computer applications for use in email, reports, documents, presentations, charts, spreadsheets, and correspondence. (To include use of PivotTables, VLOOKUP and statistical analysis charts).
    • Demonstrated outstanding verbal and written communications skills.

    Apply link: https://jobs.choosememorial.org/search-listing/?jobId=11989

    Posted 6/29/2017
     

    Company: Memorial Health Systems

    Job Title: Senior HRIS Analyst

    Department: Human Resources

    Job Summary
    Performs the more advanced consultation and data analyses related to the development, configuration and support of MHS’ Human Resources Information System (HRIS) and other HR ancillary systems and processes. Performs data extractions/analysis and report writing to meet business needs or inquiries. Recommends and implements improved processes, analyses and reports to effectively meet the organization’s strategic goals. Provides technical guidance to lesser-experienced HRIS/IT staff. Keeps abreast of industry trends related to HRIS.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    REQUIRED SKILLS

    • Education equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in management information systems, computer science, business (or other related field) is required.
    • Four or more years of experience performing technical support, systems analysis, or related IT field may be considered in lieu of a bachelor’s degree.

    REQUIRED EXPERIENCE

    • Four or more years as an HRIS Analyst (or the equivalent) is required.
    • Progressive experience with information technology/HRIS system analysis and implementation is required.
    • Previous HRIS experience with HR Lawson and API in a healthcare environment is strongly preferred.

    Apply link: https://jobs.choosememorial.org/search-listing/?jobId=11949

    Posted 6/29/2017

    Company: Memorial Health Systems

    Job Title: Compensation Analyst

    Department: Human Resources

    Job Summary
    Performs analysis and consultation in support of Memorial Health System’s compensation program and associated practices. Guides leadership in the development of job descriptions according to best practices. Analyzes jobs and conducts market pricing / job evaluation to ensure market competitiveness. Consults with others and recommends salary adjustments (as necessary) to ensure that employees are paid competitively and equitably. Participates in various compensation surveys conducted by external vendors. Assistants in the administration of performance appraisal, merit pay and incentive compensation programs. 

    Minimum Qualifications:

    Education: 

    Education equivalent to graduation from college (or the equivalent in related work experience) is required.

    Licensure/Certification/Registry:

    • Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) designation is highly preferred.
    • Professional HR certification(s), i.e., PHR, SPHR, SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP is desirable.

    Experience:

    • Two or more years of professional-level work experience in HR (ideally in compensation), finance or

    related field is required.

    • Previous experience as a Compensation Analyst in a health care setting is strongly preferred.

    Other Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

    Required:

    • Proven analytical work experience or analytical aptitude.
    • An intermediate-level work proficiency with Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel and HR Information Systems.
    • Excellent accuracy and attention to detail when working with data/information.
    • Proven analytical work experience or analytical aptitude.
    • Ability to balance the needs of the organization while flexing to changing work priorities.
    • Ability to work with senior leadership on confidential and time-sensitive matters.
    • Excellent oral and written communication, with the ability to be persuasive and deal with potential conflict.
    • Must be able to maintain confidential information safe and secure at all times.
    • May be required to work beyond regular business hours to meet business needs.

    Preferred:

    • Previous experience with project management and incentive compensation.
    • Working knowledge of HR Lawson and Compensation Systems (ideally ePrism).
    • Working knowledge of market pricing, job evaluation methodologies and base/incentive compensation administration in a health care setting.
    • Knowledge of compensation theory and practices & applicable federal/state labor laws.

    Link:  https://jobs.choosememorial.org/search-listing/?jobId=11703

    Posted: 6/2/2017

     

    Company: Springfield Clinic

    Job Title: Instructional Designer

    Department: Learning & Development

    Under the direct supervision of the Manager, Learning & Development, designs employee centric learning solutions, including: instructor led training, digital learning, and on demand material.

    Job Summary

    • Design employee centric learning solutions that support Springfield Clinic’s mission and initiatives.
    • Thoroughly analyze learning needs and recommend the best learning solution.
    • Assess the effectiveness of learning solutions by capturing, analyzing, and reporting key learning metrics.
    • Serve as Springfield Clinic’s expert on instructional design, including instructional delivery technology, and incorporate these theories, practices, and methods.
    • Create supporting learning material.
    • Work collaboratively with subject matter experts, business leaders, and Learning & Development professionals.
    • Write effective learning objectives and lesson plans.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Organizational Development, Instructional Design or related field required.
    • Two years working experience in Instructional Design required.
    • Knowledge of adult learning theories.
    • Proficient with Microsoft Office, Adobe, Camtasia, and Articulate.

    Please apply at www.springfieldclinic.com/employment

    Posted: 6/2/2017