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In HIS Name HR LLC Executive Director for Accounting & Finance

Now Recruiting Executive Director for Accounting & Finance Clarks Summit, PA


For more than 80 years, Clarks Summit University has prepared men and women for Christ-honoring careers and ministries across the globeLocated in the foothills of the Endless Mountains of Pennsylvania, the university offers programs ranging from an associate, bachelor’s, masters and doctorate degrees.

Purpose of Position:  

The primary purpose of all employees of Clarks Summit University (CSU) is to advance its Christ-centered mission and culture:

  • Seek to be a role model in attitude, speech, and actions in a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ.
  • Follow Matthew 18 principles in addressing issues with students, parents, faculty, and staff.
  • Show by example the importance of Scripture memorization, Bible study, prayer, witnessing, and Christian fellowship.
  • Be prepared to communicate the school’s religious beliefs to students and others who inquire.
  • Be ready to pray and offer spiritual advice to students, faculty, and staff.

The primary function of the Executive Director for  Accounting & Finance is to provide oversight for all financial matters of Clarks Summit University and the BBC Foundation including accounting, forecasts & budgeting, financial reporting & analysis, treasury, payroll, and compliance. The Executive Director for Accounting & Finance directly manages the Business Office

Some Essential Duties:

General

  • Serves on the President’s Cabinet and as administrative representative to the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees
  • Provides oversight to ensure stakeholders are properly served, institutional policies are established & followed, and institutional priorities are realized.
  • Plans, organizes, directs, and oversees the work of assigned staff in the operations of the Business Office including accounts payable, accounts receivable and general accounting functions.
  • Supervising responsibilities include Accounts Payable Coordinator, Accounts Receivable Clerk, Human Resources Coordinator, Director of Student Accounts, Financial Aid Director, Director of Information Technology (Dual Report with Vice President of Academics), Director of Facilities.
  • Effectively oversees cash management of cyclical revenue and expenses (specific to the academic nature of the University and it’s summer programs) to ensure accounts payable liabilities remain within acceptable terms.
  • Leads the preparation of the annual operating budget, monitors/projects revenue and expenses on a regular basis, and works with management on an on-going basis to ensure the annual financial goals are achieved.
  • Establishes & periodically reviews internal control policies and procedures to ensure that accounting standards are met. Administers corporate credit card program.
  • Identifies and recommends policies and procedures related to the financial and business practices of the University; plans and implements new operating procedures and information technology advances to improve service quality and efficiency of service delivery.
  • Effectively interacts with professional colleagues both inside and outside CSU.
  • Maintains confidentiality in all areas of responsibility.
  • Submit to and honor the standards outlined in the Employee Handbook.
  • Able to process clearly and quickly especially when planning and addressing the financial needs of the institution.

Specifics

  • Develops short and long range financial forecasts for use in financial planning and management of cash requirements and obligations.
  • Prepares month-end close including any necessary journal entries or adjustments, completes necessary reconciliations, issues monthly budget variance reports, and prepares internal financial statements necessary for the proper management of the institution including requested ad-hoc financial analysis as needed.
  • Processes bi-weekly payroll.
  • Prepares reports and surveys as required by regulatory and accrediting agencies.
  • Secures annual renewal and design of employee benefits including partially self-insured medical
  • insurance and related ancillaries.
  • Provides all financial services for the BBC Foundation and interacts with investments managers to
  • periodically review fund performance.
  • Oversees risk-management and ensures property insurance policies are in force to protect the University.
  • Directs the fiscal year-end close and ensures conformity with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and federal and state laws.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements:

  • Faith
    • Have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
    • Be in complete support of and adherence to Clarks Summit University’s Standards of Conduct and Confession of Faith.
    • Faithfully attend a local church whose beliefs are in agreement with Clarks Summit University.
  • Education and Experience
    • Bachelor’s degree (minimal) with an Accounting major preferred, or a closely related field such as finance or business administration.
    • Five years of experience in a senior-level accounting or financial management role.
      • Knowledge of principles and practices of accounting, auditing principles, financial reporting, accounting regulations and internal controls; principles and practices of employee supervision and personnel management; federal and state employment labor laws and regulations.
    • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license is desirable.
    • Experience in a non-profit or educational institution is a plus.
    • Proven leadership skills to effectively direct employees while in a professional environment, ability to properly evaluate comprehension, and application of subject material.
    • Show excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • Be a self-starter, results-oriented, and able to motivate others.
    • Must be comfortable in a high-pressure environment and have the ability to handle multiple tasks with minimum supervision.
    • Must have a valid driver’s license.
    • Experience with Microsoft Dynamics GP or similar accounting systems.
    • Proficient ability to use Microsoft Excel.
    • Knowledge of Windows, Power Point, Word and similar programs required.

Complete support of and willing adherence to Clarks Summit University’s Standard of Conduct and Confession of Faith. Applicant must hold these standards as his/her own.

Required Personal Attributes:

Conscientiousness

  • Displays a professional image at all times, even when facing significant job challenges.
  • Delivers on commitments made to others.
  • Takes ownership for resolving problems rather than allowing them to persist.
  • Displays positive “Can Do” attitude.

Flexibility

  • Adapts quickly to changing situations. This includes last-minute changes and disruptions to the schedule.
  • Is receptive to new information, ideas, or strategies to achieve the organization’s goals.

Influencing/Negotiating

  • Anticipates potential reactions or concerns of students and takes initiative to address them.
  • Builds ownership for new initiatives, or changes by involving those responsible for implementation in planning the details.

Integrity/Honesty

  • Avoids any action or situation that would give the appearance of unethical, or inappropriate behavior.
  • Demonstrates the courage to do the right thing in difficult situations.
  • Holds self and others accountable for meeting high standards of the organization’s integrity.
  • Leads by example through modeling ethical practices and standards.

Sensitivity

  • Treats others with respect, fairness, and consistency (e.g., listen to, respect others’ views, and ideas).
  • Demonstrates empathy and understanding when addressing sensitive issues with others.
  • At times the vice president will be privileged to information that should not be shared and must maintain confidentiality.

Other Interpersonal Skills

  • High level of effective interpersonal communication skills, both written and verbal, plus organization and presentation skills.
  • Cultivates strong working relationships with employees and students.

Just like all Clarks Summit University employees, the conduct of this employee must be consistent with good character, and must be an appropriate reflective of our organaization’s heritage.  Complete support of and willing adherence to Clarks Summit University’s mission vision and values.   Applicant must hold these standards as his/her own.  A statement of faith will be required of all final candidates.

Benefits: 

  • 403b Retirement Plan
  • Vision coverage
  • Dental Coverage
  • Health insurance
  • Paid vacation/ holidays/ sick days/ personal days

Location Will Be:

Clarks Summit University
538 Venard Road
Clarks Summit, PA 18411

Due to the overwhelming response we ask that you are patient during the selection and interview process. All qualified applicants will be notified.

Cover letter should include why you should be considered for the position and what would make you the best candidate.

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Now Recruiting For: Chief Financial Officer Wayne, PA


Position Closed 

Looking to make a difference in our world? It’s time to use all of your education and experiences to be an instrument of change.

In HIS Name HR is honored to have been retained by Capstone Legacy Foundation to seek their next Chief Financial Officer.  Capstone exists to educate and empower givers to increase generosity by planning strategically and establishing legacies to transform lives…in other words, preserving client’s legacy while transforming lives through joyful giving.

What is Capstone Legacy Foundation about? Capstone is a 501 (c) (3) Christian community foundation dedicated to the preservation of donor intent. They believe that stewarding God’s blessings is a form of obedience and worship.

Whether clients feel called  to fund good works or do good works, Capstone provides customized giving solutions that enable each dollar to go further. Capstone provides expertise in starting a foundation,  launching a ministry or helping investors with Christ-centered, morally driven giving. Capstone provides a diverse series of giving vehicles and fiduciary services that provide you with peace of mind, all while maintaining a kingdom-driven perspective on wealth.

Capstone’s dedication to establishing clients legacy comes from their deep Pennsylvania roots. Although Capstone was organized in 2005, their financial and spiritual legacy stems from one of America’s oldest industrial firms—the Lukens Steel Company—founded in 1810. This 200+ year perspective inspires their efforts to ensure that they help clients giving echo into eternity.

The Chief Financial Officer will direct and oversee the financial activities of the corporation, direct the preparation of current financial reports and summaries, and create forecasts predicting future growth.

Some Essential Responsibilities:

  • Directs the preparation of all financial statements, including income statements, balance sheets, shareholder reports, tax returns, and governmental agency reports.
  • Compares donation and profit projections to actual figures and budgeted expenses to actual expenses; makes or oversees any necessary adjustments to future projections and budgets.
  • Reviews planning process and suggests improvements to current methods.
  • Analyzes operations to identify areas in need of reorganization, rightsizing.
  • Works with the CEO and other executives to coordinate planning and establish priorities for the planning process.
  • Studies long-range economic trends and projects their impact on future growth in donations and market share.
  • Identifies opportunities for expansion into new product areas.
  • Oversees investment of funds and works with investment bankers to raise additional capital required for expansion.
  • Oversees Accounting department, budget preparation, and audit functions.
  • Works with other department heads to monitor each department and make recommendations.
  • Driving the company’s financial planning.
  • Performing risk management by analyzing the organization’s liabilities and investments.
  • Deciding on investment strategies by considering cash and liquidity risks.
  • Ensure cash flow is appropriate for the organization’s operations.
  • Manage vendor relationships
  • Prepare reliable current and forecasting reports.
  • Set up and oversee the company’s finance IT system.
  • Ensure compliance with the law and company’s policies.
  • Some Required Personal Attributes/Skills:
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills.
  • Enthusiastic leader capable of managing diverse teams to reach a common goal; Initiating and completing projects; Make timely, effective and ethical decisions; Embody the entrepreneurial spirit; A self-starter who crafts creative solutions and opens doors to new donor relationships.
  • Actively and constantly listen to all constituents, focus especially on donor needs and know how to identify mutual benefits. Communicate excellently and compel audiences through writing and speaking.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and to delegate them when appropriate.
  • Ability to act with integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality.
  • Thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
  • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s CLF data collection systems to the fullest and Foundant C Suite software.

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting, or Finance required.
  • Certified Public Accountant designation preferred.
  • Eight to ten years of experience in financial management required.

Serious and Confidential Inquiries Only 

All qualified individuals may submit a resume and letter of interest to: E-mail HR Team

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Sales Representative IHN HR Horning

Now Recruiting: Sales Representative, Lancaster PA


Located in Lancaster County, Horning manufactures high quality kernel processors and silage processing equipment.

After three generations of dairy farming, the Horning family knows cows. But as much as the Hornings are dairy farmers at heart, they are innovators in mind. Relentless innovators in fact. And it is this family passion that has become the driving force and company culture of Horning Manufacturing.

Because of the incredible growth of Horning, we are now in search of a Sales Representative that will help take the organization to the next level of new customer engagement excellence.

Make Horning part of your story.

Purpose 

The Sales Representative is responsible for establishing and maintaining profitable relationships with customers. The Sales Representative has primary responsibility for ensuring that the products meet the customer’s needs.

Some Essential Responsibilities 

  • Contact and compile prospective customers and assigned accounts within your assigned territory. Responsible for worldwide sales market.
  • Maintain file and regularly update key customers information. Provide weekly or as needed contact reports to management, including updates and changes in key personnel of existing customer.
  • Make regular customer and prospect calls. Call frequency should depend on, but not be limited to, potential of the account and the status of any pending business.
  • Acquire and utilize effective customer relations and sales principles that ensure total customer satisfaction with the products/orders and services.
  • Representing the company in any sales/related activities, including:
    • Researching new products
    • Customer prequalification
    • Sales visits
    • Drawings, potential
    • Proposals
    • Revisions, and
    • Ongoing customer care
    • Responsible for handling all unique job requests with customers.
    • Responsible for establishing and maintaining profitable relationships with customers.
  • Required to attend all company meetings & occasionally assisting in emergency jobs or other labor tasks.
  • Responsible for requesting customers to participate in the customer rating on-line system.
  • Responsible for notifying the right people at Horning to handle any concerns, or problems with the products that you are made aware of by the customer. You are the customer’s first contact.
  • Responsible for creating sales orders & invoices.
  • Responsible for making sure the order is distributed to the right person internally.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements

  • Degree or Technical Degree in Marketing, Sales, or equivalent experience.
  • 3+ years of Agricultural/Equipment Sales experience, required.
  • Possess computer proficiency in MS Office and EBMS or equivalent.
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, and/or sketch form,
    is a plus
  • Ability and willingness to travel occasionally (short term) Example of trade shows.
  • Self-starter, capable of working very closely with multiple internal and external customers.

Required Personal Attributes

  • Must exercise good judgment and integrity.
  • Possess the ability to take the order from beginning to the finished order.
  • Possess excellent organizational skills.
  • Possess excellent communication and collaboration skills.

Just like all Horning employees, the conduct of this sales representative must be consistent with good character, must be an appropriate reflective of our company’s heritage.  Complete support of and willing adherence to Horning’s mission and vision. Applicant must hold these standards as his/her own.

All qualified individuals may submit a resume and letter of interest to:

Email HR Team

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Capstone IHN HR

Now Recruiting For: Planned Giving and Major Gifts Officer Lancaster, PA


Position Closed

Looking to make a difference in our world? It’s time to use all of your education and experiences to be an instrument of change.

In HIS Name HR is honored to have been retained by Capstone Legacy Foundation to seek their next Planned Giving and Major Gifts Officer. Capstone exists to educate and empower givers to increase generosity by planning strategically and establishing legacies to transform lives…in other words, preserving client’s legacy while transforming lives through joyful giving.

What is Capstone Legacy Foundation about? Capstone is a 501 (c) (3) Christian community foundation dedicated to the preservation of donor intent. They believe that stewarding God’s blessings is a form of obedience and worship.

Whether clients feel called  to fund good works or do good works, Capstone provides customized giving solutions that enable each dollar to go further. Capstone provides expertise in starting a foundation,  launching a ministry or helping investors with Christ-centered, morally driven giving. Capstone provides a diverse series of giving vehicles and fiduciary services that provide you with peace of mind, all while maintaining a kingdom-driven perspective on wealth.

Capstone’s dedication to establishing clients legacy comes from their deep Pennsylvania roots. Although Capstone was organized in 2005, their financial and spiritual legacy stems from one of America’s oldest industrial firms—the Lukens Steel Company—founded in 1810. This 200+ year perspective inspires their efforts to ensure that they help clients giving echo into eternity.

Planned Giving and Major Gifts Officer

Purpose

Responsible for planning, organizing and providing a critical role in identifying, developing, and maintaining relationships with CLF’s planned-giving donor/givers, major donors, and planned-giving and major donor prospects for the purpose of securing major funding for the organization.

Some Essential Responsibilities

Key Result – Steward the relationships of planned-giving and major donors to maximize their connection to the purposes of CLF and, in turn, support CLF, both financially and spiritually.

  • Develop and implement a strategy for each planned-giving and major donor
  • Expand target audience of potential givers by exploring private foundations, businesses and professionals, including lawyers accountants and wealth managers
  • Communicate to potential and existing planned-giving and major donors regarding key projects supported by CLF, and encourage donors to contribute through a variety of giving solutions, including cash, marketable securities, real estate, life insurance products, endowments, trusts, bequests and charitable gift annuities
  • Conduct regular visits with planned-giving and major donors
  • Organize regional donor activities and special events
  • Attend relevant professional conferences to continue professional development and networking
  • Assist with special events as approved by senior management
  • Meeting the annually set goal for assets under management and restricted gifts in support of CLF general and administrative budget
  • Attend CLF staff functions and one-on-one meetings with senior management as needed
  • Track donor contact, which includes activities such as monitoring number of face-to-face visits, phone calls, emails, personalized correspondence, funding proposals presented, new donor inquiries, etc.
  • Use CLF data collection systems to the fullest, including MS Outlook products and Foundant C Suite software
  • Stay current with trends in philanthropy and technical details on all forms of planned gifts and tax law changes, keeping staff informed of such changes; serve as a knowledgeable resource for CLF
  • Report to CEO weekly on progress on the approved planned-giving goals

Required Personal Attributes/Skills

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills.
  • Enthusiastic leader capable of, managing diverse teams to reach a common goal; Initiating and completing projects; Make timely, effective and ethical decisions; Embody the entrepreneurial spirit; A self-starter who crafts creative solutions and opens doors to new donor relationships.
  • Actively and consistently listen to all constituents, focus especially on donor needs, and know how to identify mutual benefits. Communicate excellently and compel audiences through writing and speaking.Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks, and to delegate them, when appropriate.
  • Ability to act with integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality.
  • Thorough knowledge of employment-related laws and regulations.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
  • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s CLF data collection systems to the fullest, and Foundant C Suite software
  • We want to see you dream of transforming struggling organizations into successful ones, good ones into great ones, and that you know how to actualize your aspirations.
Position Requirements 
  • Associate’s degree or higher in marketing or business administration
  • 5–10 years of experience in the nonprofit environment, with a strong emphasis in experience on planned giving and major donor development
  • Proficiency in spoken and written English. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, giving prospects and the general public.

Guiding Principles

At Capstone Legacy Foundation (CLF), a Christian, Kingdom-oriented community foundation, we operate under a set of guiding principles as stated in our Statement of Purpose, which includes our Values, Vision and Mission Statement. We insist that our employees adhere to our Statement of Purpose in working together as an organization. Together, we follow God’s call to assist givers and ministries in fulfillment of God’s Kingdom plans on earth.

Cover letters should include why you should be considered for the position and what would make you the best candidate.  Please read Capstone’s statement of faith and express in your cover letter how you align to their beliefs and strategy.

Serious and Confidential Inquiries Only 

All qualified individuals may submit a resume and letter of interest to: E-mail HR Team

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Director of Human Resources and Title IX Coordinator


Position Closed 

The mission of Taylor University, a private, interdenominational, evangelical Christian college, is to develop servant leaders to minister Christ’s redemptive love and truth to a world in need. Does this sound like your ideal work environment?

For the 12th time in 13 years, Taylor has been ranked No. 1 in the Midwest by US News & World Report’s survey of America’s Best Colleges, and ranked in the top three for the last 23 years.

The Role

Under the direction of the Chief of Staff, the Director of Human Resources and Title IX Coordinator provides strategic leadership and direction for recruiting, developing, motivating, and evaluating Taylor University’s human capital. This hands-on position is responsible for leading all human resources operations, programs, and services for administrators, faculty, staff, and students and in coordinating the University’s Title IX program. This position advances Taylor’s Christian mission and seeks to build a national model for what it means to be a thriving workplace culture in the context of Christ-centered higher education.

Major Roles for the Director

As the University’s Chief Human Resources Officer, the Director oversees a number of strategic areas for Taylor, which fall into five major categories.

Recruiting and HR Strategy

The Director will leverage his/her expertise to lead employee recruitment and workforce planning. She or he will identify and facilitate cross-functional opportunities to meet key initiatives, including but not limited to recruiting talented and diverse faculty and staff and increasing faculty and staff engagement.

Organizational Culture

The Director will lead the employee onboarding process that creates and enhances a campus culture that advances Taylor’s distinctive mission and sustains a workplace where people feel valued.

Title IX and Compliance

The Director serves as the University’s Title IX Coordinator and ensures the University remains in compliance with all governmental and 
regulatory requirements around workplace 
issues.

Compensation and Benefits

The Director partners with the CFO and senior leaders of Taylor University to design and administer benefits, develop compensation plans and oversee policies and procedures that motivate Taylor colleagues and build a meaningful workplace culture. The Director partners with the Chief of Staff regarding employee communications and recognition.

Talent Development

The Director will galvanize and equip campus supervisors to develop and manage the human capital of employees and (in partnership with the Calling and Career Office) of student employees in campus offices.

Qualifications

We recognize that God has gifted every person with unique gifts and backgrounds, and while the selected candidate may not meet every qualification, we believe there are several things that are important for Taylor’s Director of Human Resources and Title IX Coordinator.

Senior campus leaders at Taylor must exhibit strong interpersonal and communication skills, and we are looking for a leader who has all of the requisite technical knowledge along with the ability to build and develop teams that will advance the University’s human resources strategy in the years ahead. We seek a gifted leader, not merely an effective manager.

The ideal candidate will fully embrace the unique mission of Taylor University and champion the University’s Foundational Documents when recruiting and screening potential faculty and staff colleagues. The Director will manage well the ethos of collaborative decision-making that sets higher education apart from other sectors. We believe the best leaders at Taylor also embody a Liberal arts mindset that thinks across domains of knowledge and forges connections across ideas, people, and organizations.

We seek a person with demonstrated talent in leading and inspiring positive change and organizational innovation. The Director will need to embody sound judgment, the highest ethical standards, and a 
commitment to the ideals for Christian living and leadership. The ideal candidate will have experience in several key areas such as leading teams and managing in a complex organization (ideally a nonprofit organization).

The ideal candidate will hold a master’s degree or higher in a relevant field or an equivalent record of professional distinction. She or he will also have five to ten years of progressive Leadership experience. The ideal candidate will have experience with human resources information and payroll systems, supervisory experience, and the ability to regularly exercise objectivity, confidentiality, discretion and judgement.

Read The Full Opportunity Profile Here

Essential Functions of the Director

The Director of Human Resources and Title IX Coordinator oversees the life-cycle of employee engagement at Taylor—from hiring and onboarding to engaging, performing, developing, and finally helping people depart well. The following outline these:

Hire

Attracts, develops, rewards and retains a diverse and talented workforce.

Partners with campus leaders on cross-functional collaboration efforts on admissions recruitment strategy, student internship and workforce readiness, diversity recruitment efforts, workforce optimization and other strategic efforts.

Conducts periodic examination of market and benchmark salary data, recommending competitive salary levels necessary to recruit and retain qualified staff.

Onboard

Directs and engages other campus leaders in onboarding and offboarding employees (from new hire orientation to exit experience).

Engage

In collaboration with the President’s and Marketing Offices, develops and provides leadership oversight for the communications and marketing function for employee relations.

Reviews University policies regarding sexual misconduct to ensure compliance with Title IX and the Violence Against Women Act and to maintain a respectful workplace and safe campus.

Maintains records of all Title IX reports. 
Ensures job descriptions are current and conducts job analysis to determine appropriate salary grades; also recommends salary levels for promotions and new hires.

Provides oversight for Taylor’s compensation plan including competitive salaries, robust benefit program, survey participation, data analysis, and establishing appropriate classifications and compensation for all positions. Ensures compliance with applicable wage and hour laws and regulations.

Develops, implements, and supports a performance management system for staff and student workers that integrates the strategies and action plans of the University’s annual goals and longer-term objectives.

What makes working at Taylor so great?

Taylor University offers competitive employee benefits such as health, dental, and prescription medication coverage and a generous retirement plan with an employer contribution of six 
percent (6%).  In addition, tuition remission and continuing education opportunities are readily available for Taylor employees and their dependents, providing a highly prized benefit. As a community, our faculty, staff and students commit to living out Christ’s love and truth in the here and now. We worship together, serve one another, and grow in faith as we learn in the 
classroom, on the field, at chapel, and anywhere else we’re doing Life Together.

Read The Full Opportunity Profile Here

This Is Not A Remote Position

Relocation Assistance Available

The review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.

To apply, please submit a letter of application addressing qualifications outlined in this opportunity profile, a complete resume, a 1-2 page statement of the candidate’s professional experience in human resources, and a 1-2 page statement of the candidate’s spiritual journey.

Send all materials here: E-mail HR Team 

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February 16-18, 2022 In HIS Name HR LLC Orlando ABHE

2022 ABHE Annual Meeting ~ Rosen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, Florida


The Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) Annual Meeting

February 16-18, 2022 | Rosen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, Florida

 

In HIS Name HR, in conjunction with ABHE, is excited to announce the 2022 Annual Meeting presentation topics.

Emerging HR Practices Post Pandemic

Post Covid-19, our campuses are settling into a new reality. Some of how we conducted business during the pandemic has persisted and become normalized.  Learn how HR must adapt to support a new normal.
  • Recognize the importance of establishing work patterns that promote student engagement instead of what may be easy or convenient for the employee
  • Understand how to build team cohesiveness when not all employees can be F2F
  • Identify how policies and procedures must be added or changed to reflect current practices
  • Learn how to manage a distributed workforce

Learn More Here 

Visit us- Booth 322 – ABHE Annual Meeting!

About The Speaker

Mark is an accomplished HR expert with a fresh perspective. He believes in challenging people to think differently when presented with obstacles in any situation. His passions are inspiring, motivating, and helping others. Peers describe Mark as creative, proactive, determined, and eager to learn. Just a few of Mark’s professional skills include organizing, presenting, and problem solving.  Follow Mark here:  FacebookTwitter and LinkedIn.

In His Name HR helps organizations build high-performance human resource programs. E-mail us here.

 

CFO AgSalt LLC In HIS Name HR LLC

Now Recruiting For: Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Gettysburg PA


We are excited to be retained by this wonderful organization to find their next Chief Financial Officer.

AgSalt produces high-quality salt products for agricultural, commercial, and residential uses. Since their establishment in 1989, they have developed a comprehensive product line, including ice melt salts and feed mixing products, as well as magnesium chloride and calcium chloride.

Do you desire to work with a team possessing great values?  Reliability has always been important to AgSalt, so much so that they express it as a core value of theirs. AgSalt employees are intent on being and working with reliable co-workers—it’s not just something they tell their customers. In today’s world, companies like AgSalt excel with a reliable team.

Purpose of Position

To provide CFO leadership by joining AgSalt’s management team and managing the financial affairs of the company.  Alsooversee the accounting functions and to provide financial reports, advice, and support to the CEO and ownership thus enabling them to make sound business decisions.

Responsibilities include, but not limited to the following:

Management

  • Participate in long term and annual planning process and meetings
  • Participate in quarterly management meeting
  • Participate in weekly management meetings and leadership
  • Lead department meetings and keep staff adequately trained
  • Serve as an assistant to the CEO:
    • Manage legal documents, agreements, filings, contracts, and research
    • Build systems, spreadsheets, processes, procedures

Annual reports

  • Annual cost analysis and budget
  • Annual Reviewed financial statements
  • Fair Market Value report
  • Goodwill calculation and report

Quarterly financial reports

  • Quarterly adjustments and financial reports

Loans

  • Private notes
  • Credit line
  • Bank loans

Accounting management

  • Oversee Ordering, Invoicing, Payables and Receivables
  • Oversee QuickBooks accounts
  • Bill payments
  • Salary payments
  • Partner reimbursements and payouts
  • New customer final credit approval
  • Develop spreadsheets, as needed
  • Cash/Investments
  • Oversee accounting functions of AR, AP, Payroll, etc.
  • Manage retirement plan investments
  • Conduct review & evaluations for cost-reduction opportunities
  • Keep abreast of changes in financial regulations and legislation and advise accordingly

Tax preparation

  • 1099s
  • W-2s
  • Tax preparation and collaboration with tax accountant

Banking

  • Deposits
  • Reconciliation
  • Loan payments
  • Positive Pay
  • Quarterly financial statements to bank

Office Management

  • Accounting software and upgrades
  • Set up new employees’ accounts
  • New employee legal and payroll documents

Some Of  The Knowledge and Skills Required

  • Build trust, respect, and open communication.
  • Ability to use organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills to administer policies and procedures.
  • Ability to work with all levels of management.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with other professionals.
  • Familiarity with project and department budget process and tools.
  • Leadership ability.
  • Multi-tasking ability.
  • Communication, meeting, and presentation skills.
  • Comfort with time reporting systems.
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.

 Position Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance.
  • 5-10 years’ work experience in accounting or finance.
  • Working experience in QuickBooks system, required.
  • Advance Knowledge of Microsoft excel including complex formulas and pivot tables, required.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office 365 Suite, and video conference systems, etc.
  • At times the person will be privileged to information that should not be shared. The person must maintain strict confidentiality in performing the duties.
  • Complete support of and willing adherence to AgSalt’s mission, vision, and core values.Applicant must hold these standards as his/her own.
  • AgSalt’s culture – Participate in a sense of identity with AgSalt and contribute to producing a compelling vision of the future and put core values into practice.

Cover letter should include why you should be considered for the position, what makes you the best candidate, and how you will advance the growth of the AgSalt organization.

Cover letter should include why you should be considered for the position, what makes you the ideal candidate, and how you will advance the growth of the AgSalt organization.

All candidates must apply here: Indeed 

Having issues applying through Indeed?  Contact us here:   Email HR Team 

 

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Labor Issues IHN HR

3 Labor Law Issues that Can Destroy Your Organization


Are you complying with all the proper state and federal labor laws? 

If not, it could cost you everything.

 In large corporations, an entire human resources (HR) department navigates the complex minefield of federal and state labor laws. Most small organizations think of HR as an afterthought, or HR responsibilities like hiring, benefits, compliance, and payroll falls to a few people who aren’t properly trained. This can be a pricey mistake. Laws concerning overtime, unlawful termination, and equal rights are just a few areas that trip up organizations, big and small, all the time.

Labor laws fill volumes and are quite complex. Plus, labor laws vary from state to state! Even Walmart ran into trouble recently and incurred $4.83 million dollars in back wages, penalties, and fines for violating The Fair Labor Standards Act. The mistake? Managers were misclassified and not appropriately compensated for overtime work. Unlawful termination is another problem that has cost organizations like UPS, Carmike Cinemas, and Dial Corporation dearly. Yes, it’s tricky. Do you know the laws?

It gets worse—the government is ramping up efforts to check up on organizations and crack down. The Obama administration has allotted $25 million for the sole purpose of investigating those misclassified as “independent contractors,” hoping to reclaim lost tax revenue and pad the IRS’s coffers. Be smart. Remember that stiff penalties and lawyer fees can decimate your organization. Are your workers properly classified?

Stay legal and remember these 3 key points:

 Child labor, non-resident labor, and equal rights legislation are the three areas where small organizations most often fail to comply.

• Both state and federal labor information is free and available online.

• Outsourcing with an HR professional firm can save your organization a lot of time and money.

Most organizations with fewer than 100 people benefit from outsourcing labor law compliance and other human resource tasks to HR professionals. The alternative is risky: employees are often uninformed about and under-trained in labor law compliance. Look out! Federal fines could be in store for you. In addition, HR often falls outside an employee’s main job focus, so getting it wrong or spending valuable time away from primary tasks can cripple productivity in a small organization. Get the right person trained or on your team to comply with labor laws.

Regrettably, staying legal has never been more difficult or important.

Make sure to get the help you need right away.

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 Mark Griffin is President and Founder at In His Name HR LLC. He has over 25 years of HR experience. Learn more about Mark’s journey in HR by watching this short video. In addition you can also follow him on FacebookTwitter and LinkedIn.

Horning Product Engineer IHN HR

Now Recruiting Product Engineer New Holland PA


(Position Closed) 

Located in Lancaster County, Horning manufactures high quality kernel processors and silage processing equipment.

After three generations of dairy farming, the Horning family knows cows. But as much as the Hornings are dairy farmers at
heart, they are innovators in mind. Relentless innovators in fact. And it is this family passion that has become the driving force and company culture of Horning Manufacturing.

Because of the incredible growth of Horning, we are now in search of a Product Engineer that will help take the organization to the next level of engineering and product excellence.

Make Horning part of your story.

The Product Engineer specializes in designing new products and their corresponding manufacturing processes. They improve upon current products and the manufacturing processes required to produce the products. They are also responsible for research, development product testing and transitioning the product from the design phase to manufacturing the product in scalable fashion.

Some Essential Responsibilities:

  • Utilize computer-aided engineering tools such as CAE, CAD, FEA, etc., to increase productivity, quality and efficiency of product design and analysis.
  • Provide information such as material and process specifications that are required in the manufacture or purchase of parts.
  • Working knowledge of the work of Designers and Drafters to efficiently complete development of projects.
  • Responsible for assisting and/or completing all field testing, as required.
  • Complete work in the design and fabrication of prototypes to prove out new products or satisfy customer demands.
  • Document design requirements on production drawings and incorporate all pertinent information necessary to ensure accuracy and precision in the production of the product.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Some Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree or technical degree in Engineering or equivalent experience.
  • 3+ years of Agricultural/Equipment Engineering experience.
  • Possess solid engineering knowledge in mechanical and electrical systems.
  • Possess computer proficiency in MS Office and AutoCAD, Solidworks or equivalent.
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, blueprint, and/or sketch form.
  • Ability and willingness to travel occasionally (short term).
  • Self-starter, capable of working very closely with multiple internal and external customers.
  • Complete support of and willing adherence to Horning’s Standard of Conduct, and Mission, Vision, and Values; applicant must hold these standards as their own.

Some Required Personal Attributes

  • Must exercise good judgment and integrity.
  • Possess excellent organizational skills.
  • Possess excellent communication and collaboration skills.
  • Possess the ability to take the product from beginning to the finished product.

Location Will Be:

301 Twin Springs Ct,
New Holland, PA 17557

Horning, LLC. is an equal opportunity employer

All qualified individuals may submit a resume and letter of interest to:

Email HR Team

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Join Us in Orlando In HIS Name HR LLC

2021 ABHE Annual Meeting ~ Rosen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, Florida


The Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) Annual Meeting

February 17–19, 2021 | Rosen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, Florida

Oversight of Institutional Payroll and Employee Benefits 

Overview: Regardless of the exigencies of the pandemic or other crises, all employees expect payroll and other vital employee benefits to happen on schedule and without mistakes. This makes oversight of payroll and employee benefits a top priority of smart CFO’s. How do distinguished CFO’s effectively manage both payroll and employee benefits? What are systems and best practices to consider? What are reasonable benefits to provide? Walk through the labyrinth of related issues with an expert in HR policies and practices, including:

  • Knowing best practices for cost effective and efficient payroll services
  • Reviewing the pros and cons of various employee benefit packages
  • Managing an effective employee benefits system

Basic Principles of Conflict Resolution & HR Effectiveness 

Overview: Perhaps it’s inevitable. Where there are people, there will be differences of opinion that can lead to conflict. Blessed are the peacemakers! The CAO carries a unique weight for HR effectiveness as typically the leader of the largest group of institutional staff. Explore key principles for effective HR leadership and conflict resolution that are vital when conflicts arise, including:

  • Unpacking the nature of personnel conflicts and administrative response
  • Understanding the principles of conflict resolution
  • Initiating exemplary practices for HR effectiveness and conflict prevention

Prudent Response to a Title IX Investigation 

Overview: A growing list of institutions are reporting their hazardous journey through a US federal Title IX investigation. What are we learning about this audit and investigation process? How do smart institutions prepare for this most unfortunate circumstance? Consider the wise counsel from an ABHE partner and HR expert to give you as president much better insight into both the nature of this investigation and practical steps to prepare, including:

  • News from the emerging stories of Title IX investigation – the good, bad and ugly
  • Understanding the focus and the likely outcomes of an investigation
  • Prudent counsel for practical preparations that can make a big difference

In HIS Name HR, in conjunction with ABHE, is excited to announce the 2021 Annual Meeting presentation topics.

Learn More Here 

Visit us- Booth 322 – ABHE Annual Meeting!

About The Speaker

Mark is an accomplished HR expert with a fresh perspective. He believes in challenging people to think differently when presented with obstacles in any situation. His passions are inspiring, motivating, and helping others. Peers describe Mark as creative, proactive, determined, and eager to learn. Just a few of Mark’s professional skills include organizing, presenting, and problem solving.

Mark received his Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resources Administration from Saint Leo University. He earned his MBA from Bloomsburg University while interning for Congressmen Kanjorski as a military liaison during the first Gulf War. Mark has completed several executive education programs at the University of Michigan.

Prior to leading In HIS Name HR, Mark worked for Quaker Oats Company, Kodak Inc., and Merck Inc., and private companies Woolrich, Conestoga Wood Specialties, and Valco Companies Inc.

In addition to helping people professionally, Mark also believes in helping people personally through volunteer work. Mark has coached leaders on “Business as a Mission,” traveling to Eastern Europe, India, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, and the Dominican Republic.