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HRIS Manager

  • Location: Augusta, 30904
  • Salary: $150000 - $155000 / year
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 2 months ago

Our client located in Augusta, Georgia is seeking to hire a HRIS Manager to join their growing team.  Come be a part of an internationally recognized company that prides themselves on a high level of integrity and tradition.  This position requires person to work onsite and will allow some relocation assistance.  

The HRIS Manager is accountable for HRIS initiatives aimed at improving business and system processes while leading and driving technology initiatives and projects that span all HR disciplines. The HRIS Manager will lead the team in identifying how to leverage HR systems and/or application functionality more effectively, and proactively recommend innovative solutions to add value to the business. In addition, the HRIS Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of the HRIS team, ensuring deliverables are met and identifying opportunities for continuous improvement while maintaining the confidentiality of all Club business.

Supervisory Responsibilities
Directly supervises department/staff, while carrying out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the Club’s policies, procedures, and applicable laws. Responsibilities include but are not limited to interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

Essential Functions of the Job
Manage, execute, and communicate system upgrades to stakeholders while maintaining data integrity.
Administers the design, selection, implementation, and testing, of HRIS systems, databases, and third-party vendors.
Partner with HR process owners to develop strategies, objectives, and roadmaps for HRIS applications that are in alignment with functional goals.
Configure HRIS across multiple HR disciplines including compensation, recruiting, absence management, learning, time management, benefits, payroll, and talent management in support of business strategy and process.
Partner with HR process owners and cross-functional stakeholders (Total Rewards, Talent, IT, Finance, etc.) to define business requirements and translate business needs into multi-year and tactical system implementation plans.
Provide support to end-users of HRIS application, answering questions about the application, following up on any reported issues, and ensuring timely and reliable responses.
Respond to internal and external audit requests as needed.
Identifies critical deficiencies in the Workday HR architecture (and interfaces).
Develops system training material and business process documentation.
Reviews, analyzes and recommends metrics for reporting employee-related information.
Subject Matter Expert for all HR ensuring that the EEOC requirements are adhered to in all employee matters at the Club.
•Manages and maintains accurate and up-to-date records on past and present employees regarding service, wages, tax information, and other data maintained for specified time frames determined by state and federal laws.
Manages multiple processes, programs, and projects, while seeking efficiencies in process improvements.
Responsible for accomplishing set goals and objectives of projects.
Accountable for budgeting of projects and programs within HRIS.
Responsible for forecasting budget and reconciliation for department budget; this includes being accountable for effective payroll allocation.
Collaborates with colleagues in cross-functional areas to accomplish organizational goals.
Other Duties and Responsibilities
Maintain knowledge of current industry thinking and trends, and regularly communicate thought leadership in this area as necessary.
Attends seminars and workshops annually for continued professional growth and development. 

Qualifications (required unless stated otherwise):
A thorough understanding of HR, Finance, or IT systems is required. Experience in general Human Resources laws and practices.
Ability to think critically, prioritize multiple responsibilities, meet deadlines and accomplish detailed work with accuracy.
Ability to apply new concepts and initiate change.
Excellent training skills; patient, motivational type teaching style preferred. Creates organized and clear instructions for training documents.
Excellent oral and written communication skills; strong interpersonal skills.
Computer skills to include Windows-based applications including Word, Excel, and Access as well as Outlook.
Strong knowledge of Workday module integration and downstream, cross-functional impacts.
Knowledge of and experience in system design and support.
5+ years HRIS and business analysis required, background in general Human

Required Skills:  
 2+ years in people leadership position, strongly preferred
2+ years of Workday experience required
Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent years of experience) in Business or related field required.

Projected Work Schedule:
Normal work hours are 8:30am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday. Must be available to work weekends, holidays and overtime as dictated by the needs of the business.

Company offers*:
• Competitive overall compensation package
• Employee engagement activities and recognition events
• Years of Service awards
• Variety of healthcare coverage options
• 401(k) retirement plans
• Pension Plan (paid by employer)
• Wellness Program
• Paid Holidays