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Director Compensation and Substitute Management - Compensation Administration

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License and Certification Qualifications: Must hold or be eligible for a valid Georgia Educator's Certificate in Educational Leadership and/or Support Personnel License issued by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission. Current professional HR certification issued by HRCI (PHR or SPHR) or SHRM (SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP) preferred.

Education Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in related field required. Master's degree in related field preferred.

Experience Qualifications: Five years of progressively responsible experience, including supervisory responsibilities, in business administration, human resources, or a related field required. Experience working in large organizational settings preferred.

Skills Qualifications: High degree of skill in oral and written communication; high degree of skill in organization and problem-solving; demonstrated knowledge and skill with computer software to include PeopleSoft and Microsoft Office Suite; demonstrated leadership experience; exceptional ability to communicate and work with others in an effective manner; ability to understand, analyze, and interpret existing processes; ability to implement appropriate initiatives for improving processes; ability to effectively analyze information and respond to questions; ability to prepare reports and make presentations to leadership; knowledge of federal and state laws, rules, regulations, and policies relating to areas of responsibility; ability to exercise strict confidence in handling sensitive information; ability to translate needs and problems into creative solutions; ability to comfortably conduct presentations to audiences of varying size and organizational makeup; and ability to work across functional boundaries and interact with employees at all levels of the organization.

Primary Responsibilities: Direct all activities and processes associated with the research, development, implementation, and continuous quality improvement of the compensation administration, substitute management, employee clearance, and unemployment compensation functions in support of the vision, mission, and goals of the Gwinnett County Public Schools.

1. Direct the compensation and salary administration function for all employee populations, including administrative, certified, and classified employees, consistent with district priorities and goals.
a. Develop and maintain salary administration schedules for the school system.
b. Direct the compensation administration department core processes.
c. Supervise compensation administration team members.
d. Direct the audit and application of employee work experience credit for both new hires and existing employees.
e. Research, recommend, and implement changes to experience granting policies and procedures as needed.
f. Ensure that all employees are compensated appropriately while supporting the integrity of the school system.

2. Direct the employment contract process for the school district, including the contract recommendation process and the online release of all employment contracts.
a. Generate/build online contract recommendation lists and manage electronic completion of lists and updates to PeopleSoft.
b. Direct the communication and workflow with the Information Management and Technology Division to ensure successful release of employment contracts.
c. Research, recommend, and implement continuous improvement initiatives to the contract issuance process and/or to contract verbiage.
d. Ensure that contracts are issued accurately and in an effective and timely manner.

3. Direct substitute management operations for the district, including the recruiting, on-boarding, training and managing of the substitute employee pool.

4. Direct the operational aspects of the New Employee On-Boarding (NEO) process for all newly hired staff.

5. Direct wage and salary processes associated with the school systems salary compensation structure, ensuring financial responsibility for accurate, equitable, and quality compensation information in the HRIS/PeopleSoft system.
a. Direct the district's salary load programs to produce and manage annual salary adjustments and maintenance of experience granting consistent with the district's goals and budgetary adoptions.
b. Direct the accurate and timely processing of all electronic Personnel Action Request (ePAR) transactions, recruiting system transactions (AppliTrack), and increases for experience, education or certification for the school system, ensuring salary equity consistent with the district's salary structure and guidelines.
c. Audit compensation processing for potential errors and make corrections as needed.
d. Interface cross-divisionally with the Business and Finance Division each month to ensure that payroll schedules are acknowledged and that payments to employees are made in an accurate and timely manner.

6. Direct the management of complex internal investigations related to alleged substitute misconduct.

7. Direct and manage the district's Human Resources Information System (HRIS) systems and processes associated with implementations, upgrades, bundles, and enhancements of the PeopleSoft system as related to compensation administration.
a. Serve as the HRIS functional expert for the compensation administration function.
b. Manage all compensation PeopleSoft processes, table maintenance, reporting, and testing.
c. Generate reports/queries and provide data from PeopleSoft as requested.
d. Test all bundles installations/system upgrades, and identify, develop, and test PeopleSoft system/process improvements.

8. Direct the employee clearance process for the district, including the I-9 (E-Verify) Employment Eligibility Verification process and the criminal background check process for the district.
a. Ensure all new employees complete necessary fingerprinting and criminal background check clearance in compliance with state and federal regulations and district policy.
b. Direct the annual criminal background check process for all existing employees through which 20% of the employee population completes the criminal background check process each year.
c. Direct the issuance of employee photo identification cards for district employees.
d. Direct processes and procedures related to all phases of employment eligibility verification.
e. Coordinate with HR Staffing Directors on employment eligibility issues that arise.

9. Direct the administration of unemployment compensation core processes.
a. Direct processes and procedures related to all phases of unemployment compensation, including completing unemployment claims and preparing appeals files for Department of Labor unemployment compensation hearings.
b. Serve as the district representative, as needed, for unemployment related matters and Department of Labor hearings and communications.

10. Other projects and duties as assigned.

Physical Demands:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit for extended periods of time. Employee is also required to talk, hear, stand, and walk. The employee may be required to use hands to touch, handle, feel, and/or reach. Employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Jun 18, 2021. Gwinnett County Public Schools Jobs from Gwinnett Daily Post

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