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    Job Title:  Human Resources Manager

    Company: Sangamon Mass Transit District (via Alice Campbell Staffing)

    Position Profile: Alice Campbell Staffing is recruiting on behalf of Sangamon Mass Transit District for an experienced Human Resources Manager. This position is responsible for all human resource management activities to maximize the strategic use of human resources. The position oversees functions such as employee compensation and benefits, recruitment, policies and regulatory compliance (EEO, FMLA, ADA, FMLA and OSHA programs).  SMTD has a total of 157 employees:  39 office staff, 22 technicians and 96 drivers (PT and FT).

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Plan, direct and coordinate all staff and training activities in conjunction with management.
    • Anticipate and identify staff vacancies; recruit, screen, interview, assist, and advise supervisors in the selection of applicants.
    • Manage programs and advise managers on policy matters including EEO, affirmative action, FMLA, ADA, NTD, workers compensation, workplace violence, and sexual harassment as well as recommending needed changes.
    • Provide current and prospective employees with information about policies, job duties, working conditions, wages and opportunities for promotion and employee benefits.
    • Deal with issues such as understaffing and disputes, as well as providing disciplinary and termination advice to supervisors and department directors;
    • Maintain accurate and timely records. Compile statistical reports concerning data such as hires, transfers, OSHA, EEOC, NTD data, absenteeism, turnover and performance appraisals;
    • Administer an employee performance evaluation system, as well as wellness and drug free workplace programs designed to enhance the workplace and organizational effectiveness.
    • Analyze statistical data and reports to identify and determine causes of employee problems and develop recommendations for improvement of organization's policies and practices.
    • Work with Managing Director and Supervisors to coordinate the evaluation, classification and rating of job positions, as well as review of job descriptions.
    • Serve as backup for new employee orientation, including policy & procedure reviews, drug & alcohol training and any other items required by law or policy.
    • Identify and report security issues, safety hazards and unsafe conditions to management.
    • Notification of personnel action for employee resignations, retirements, and terminations during any exit meetings and prepare retirement payout schedules.
    • Manage benefits administration, including:
      • Providing benefit information for all new hires, existing employees and retirees.
      • Assisting beneficiaries with death benefits.
      • Coordinating open enrollment periods for all benefit programs.
      • Acting as IMRF Authorized Agent and oversee all IMRF program reporting and benefit information, update retiree insurance premium deductions, and oversee the IMRF web assistant.
      • Coordinating submission of workers comp claims and provide required claim information.


    Experience Requirements (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities)

    • A minimum of 10 years of human resources or organizational development experience is required. Experience in the transportation industry, as well as experience with collective bargaining agreements is a plus.
    • Knowledge and experience in recruitment, selection, training, compensation and benefits, labor relations/negotiation and HR information systems.
    • Knowledge of federal and state laws, regulations and reporting requirements. Must be able to understand, interpret and apply laws, rules, regulations, policies, procedures, contracts, and labor/management agreements.
    • Experience with implementing policies and procedures.
    • Ability to manage a project from development through implementation close-out.
    • Ability to interact professionally with various levels of internal employees and outside representatives.
    • Handle highly confidential information.
    • Experience managing two direct reports.

    Education Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management, Business Administration, Organizational Behavior, Public Policy or Administration, or similar field of study.

    Interested parties may send their resume to: or if any questions, contact Jean Campbell directly at 217-793-5522.

    Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) (Posted 7/18/2018)


    Job Title:  Systems Analyst

    Company:  Hospital Sisters Health Systems (HSHS)

    Position Profile: Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) is seeking a Systems Analyst to join our HRIS team in our Information & Technology Services department located in Springfield, IL.

    Under general supervision, formulates and defines systems scope and objectives through research and fact-finding combined with a good understanding of applicable systems and healthcare requirements. With this knowledge, develops or modifies complex systems requests. Includes analysis of organization and user needs, documenting requirements, and revising existing system logic difficulties as necessary under general supervision of more senior Systems Analysts. Competent to work in most phases of systems analysis and considers the implications of the application of technology to the current business environment. Guides and advises less experienced Systems Analysts.

    Qualifications: A High School Diploma is required with 5 years of relevant experience; a Bachelor’s Degree is preferred with one year of relevant experience; and a Master’s degree is also preferred with no years of relevant experience required. Candidates are assigned to a level I, II, or III based upon education, years of relevant experience, and internal equity.

    Preferred candidates will have experience and understanding using PeopleSoft software with experience in any of the following modules:  HR, Payroll, Pension, Benefits Administration, and/or Taleo.

    The individual must be committed to supporting the mission, philosophy and goals of Hospital Sisters Health System.

    Contact:Interested individuals are invited to complete a virtual interview:

    HSHS and affiliates is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) (Posted 6/18/2018)


    Job Title:  Talent Sourcing Strategist

    Company:  Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS)

    Position Profile:  Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS) is seeking a Talent Sourcing Strategist for the HSHS Central Illinois Division in Springfield, IL.

    The Strategist is responsible for managing and executing all aspects of sourcing efforts to develop a robust talent pipeline. The position will collaborate with Talent Acquisition and hiring managers to understand position requirements and establish effective sourcing initiatives as well as fostering and cultivating relationships with key candidates and talent pools for just-in-time critical sourcing and strategic long-term pipeline development. The position is a key player in helping elevate and further enhance HSHS’s sourcing capabilities and results, assisting with planning and implementing activities for System-wide initiatives in the areas of candidate experience, workforce planning, diversity and inclusion, and employee value proposition. The position will evaluate key events for Talent Acquisition and maintain a System-wide plan for key events to attract talent and build a talent pipeline for HSHS and manage the HSHS Colleague Referral Program.


    Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Sales or a related field is preferred. Five (5) years of Human Resources experience may be considered in lieu of degree. Two (2) years of Talent Acquisition experience is preferred. Experience with and knowledge of sourcing effectiveness, screening, interviewing, selection and candidate assessment techniques as well as demonstrated, successful experience directly soliciting passive candidates or related inside sales experience is required. Intermediate or advanced-level experience with using electronic media, social networking, internet research, candidate mining, and professional organizations to source candidates and build talent pipelines is preferred. Preferred Certificates, Licenses & Registrations are as follows: Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR); Professional in Human Resources (PHR); Society for Human Resources Management Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP); Society for Human Resources Management Certified Professional (SHRM-CP); Alliance of Information and Referral Systems (AIRS); Recruiter Academy Certified Recruiter – Healthcare of related certification.

    The individual must be committed to supporting the mission, philosophy and goals of Hospital Sisters Health System.


    HSHS and affiliates is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) (Posted 7/19/2018)


    Job Title:  HR Officer

    Company: SIU School of Medicine

    Position Profile: Employees in this title typically provide consultation on employee relations activities for the School of Medicine. This position will coordinate the performance management process, participate in employee and labor relations functions, including to but not limited to, disciplinary management and grievance resolution, negotiation and preparation of contract agreements, employee recognition, and develop, coordinate and present education and training programs at each level of the organization.  Salary:  $3,261.00/month


    1)  High School graduation or GED; AND

    2)  One or an acceptable combination of:

    a.  3 years of progressively more responsible work experience performing duties comparable to a HR Representative (next lower level of this series); or 

    b.  Bachelor's degree (120 semester hours) of college course work in human resource administration, business administration, or a closely related field.

    Condition of Employment:  Pursuant to the State Universities Civil Service System, an out-of-state resident who is hired into this position must establish Illinois residency within 180 calendar days of their start date.

    Contact: Interested individuals are invited to review the full position description and apply at: this Job through the ‘Jobs’ link at the top, left of the page; Select the 'Apply to Job' button at the bottom of this posting; Complete the Job Source form, letting us know how you learned about this vacancy; Complete the required Civil Service Application package forms and upload applicable documents.  Certain requirements may apply for out-of-state applicants.  Please visit and review the specific job listing information for details.

    SIU Medicine is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) (Posted 7/13/2018)


    Job Title:  HR Generalist

    Company: Prairie Cardovascular Consultants

    Position Profile: Sources, screens, selects and places applicants to ensure a high level of customer service and quality patient care. Provides counseling/guidance to managers and colleagues on policies/procedures. Conducts onboarding activities for new colleagues. May assist with education and training of managers and colleagues on Human Resources related topics. Performs duties related to the business operations of the affiliate and exercises discretion and independent judgment.

    • Plans and develops recruitment strategies for assigned areas and evaluates the effectiveness of those plans.
    • Monitors labor market by reviewing advertisements, information received by internal and external customers, market trends with other recruiters, recruitment material and the like.
    • Conducts behavioral based interviews and evaluates the candidates' suitability for employment, presents their assessment to the hiring manager.
    • Recommends adjustments to recruitment strategies.
    • Participates or assists in preparing for attendance at job fairs, recruitment events.
    • Acts as a liaison to appropriate educational institutions and professional organizations.
    • Partners with the hiring manager to ensure the best hire utilizing established processes keeping all parties involved throughout the process.
    • Assess and recommends the compensation for new hires following established guidelines.
    • Conducts on-boarding activities for all new colleagues in assigned area.
    • Handles employee relations counseling, outplacement counseling, and exit interviewing.
    • Administers human resources plans and procedures for all affiliate personnel; assists in development and implementation of personnel policies and procedures.
    • Able to assess current processes and lead initiatives to improve process and service using LEAN techniques/tools.
    • Is a visible colleague and act as a resource to key constituents including management, leadership, and colleagues.
    • Identifies manager/colleague development needs and development of programs to meet those needs.
    • Independently investigate and resolve matters; represent employer in handling complaints or resolving disputes.
    • Presents educational material to colleagues, i.e. new policies, benefit information.
    • Utilizes various computer applications in developing reports to provide audits/analysis on statistical data to departments within an established timeframe related to talent acquisition, total rewards and turnover to identify trends and activity.


    Education:  Bachelors-Related Discipline-Required; Masters-Related Discipline-Preferred

    Experience:  3 Year(s)-Related Experience-Preferred; Experience may be considered in lieu of education.

    Certifications, Licenses and Registrations:  Professional in Human Resources (PHR)-Preferred; Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR)-Preferred

    Contact:Interested individuals are invited to apply at:

    HSHS and affiliates is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) (Posted 6/28/2018)


    Job Title:  HR Director

    Company:  Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health Center

    Position Profile: The Director of Human Resources is responsible for providing human resources support for the facility by managing all personnel issues within corporate policies and procedures, and all federal and state guidelines. This includes development, administration and monitoring of employee relations issues, management development, supervisory skills training, the hiring process, salary administration, discipline process, terminations, grievance procedures, worker’s compensation, and unemployment compensation issues.

    The primary responsibilities of this position include:

    • Provide human resources support to the facility by managing all personnel issues within corporate policies and procedures and all federal and state guidelines.
    • Oversee the recruitment of all vacancies, including interviewing and screening, job posting and placement.
    • Attract and maintain an active candidate pool by participating in job fairs and through creative souring techniques (networking, presentations, building relationships with area college counselors and community organizations).
    • Coordinate new employee orientation process, Day I - Day V to meet state, federal and Joint Commission guidelines.
    • Audit personnel files; ensuring all information complies with labor law and Joint Commission mandatory requirements.
    • Oversee validation of licenses of all new employees through the appropriate licensing board.
    • Provide consultation and training to management regarding employee relations issues, counseling and termination procedures.
    • Create and maintain accurate position descriptions for all positions employed at the facility.
    • Conduct management training series on labor law and company policies and procedures.
    • Respond to all employee grievances in a professional manner and assist with conducting investigations.
    • Provide support with ensuring a competitive wage and salary program, which may include responding to local health care association salary surveys.
    • Respond quickly to all unemployment compensation claims.
    • Maintain Position Control Grid.
    • Chair the Staff Recognition Committee and ensure facility is recognizing employee efforts and providing activities to enhance staff morale.
    • Maintain department budget.
    • Oversee staff development programs and ensure staff are compliant with competency and licensure requirements.
    • Manage workers compensation process, report injuries, and maintain OSHA logs.
    • Maintain a comprehensive record keeping system that records individual training records and collective data on all training completed.
    • Maintain staffing and scheduling plans for assigned department per budgetary, regulatory and internal acuity standards.


    • Education: Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in a human resources, business administration or related field; Master’s Degree preferred. 
    • Experience: Five (5) years of experience with progressive responsibility in human resources management, preferably in a health care setting.
    • Licensure/Certification: PHR or SPHR preferred. Successful completion of CPR certification within 90 days of employment.
    • Knowledge/Skills: Knowledge of personnel procedures and legal requirements such as FSLA, ERISA and EEOC. Knowledge of the Joint Commission and state and federal regulatory agencies. Knowledge of general and psychiatric nursing processes, therapeutic relationships and processes, age specific growth and development, limit setting, crisis and behavior management, restraint and seclusion procedures and criteria and CPR training.  Effective oral and written communication skills.  Skill in organizing and prioritizing workloads to meet deadlines. Must be a self-starter and goal/results-oriented. Ability to use good judgment and to maintain confidentiality of information. Strong Microsoft Office and computer skills. Strong customer service skills to external and internal customers. Ability to adhere to safety policies and code procedures react calmly and effectively in emergency situations. Ability to accept direction and adhere to policies and procedures. Ability to work in a fast paced environment. Ability to interpret and communicate data from statistical reports.  Strong problem solving skills. Leadership and management skills.  Must value and support hospital goals, objectives and treatment philosophy.
    • Physical Requirements: Ability to communicate verbally and in writing.  Push, pull and lift up to 50 pounds.  Intermittent standing, walking, reaching, bending and stooping. Sedentary work with occasional lifting required. Ability to use computer, printer, phone, and office supplies. Repetitive typing/keying and mouse use. Drug and alcohol free as evidenced by negative results of post-offer, pre-employment  urine drug screen. The physical requirements described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the primary functions.
    • Environmental Conditions: Exposure to psychiatric patients who may exhibit violent/aggressive behavior. Potential for exposure to communicable diseases, blood/body fluids and other hazardous waste. General hospital environment.

    Contact:Interested individuals are invited to apply at:

    EOE (Posted 6/18/18)