American Dental Partners Inc.

American Dental Partners Inc. Wakefield, MA 01880, USA
Apr 17, 2019
American Dental Partners vision is to be the leading business partner to dental group practices in the nation. Our mission is to elevate the practice, profession and delivery of oral care. For 20 years and counting, we ve empowered and supported our team members with leading edge technology, professional development, and education to build healthy, enduring community based dental group practices. American Dental Partners, Inc. (ADPI) is looking for a dynamic recruiting leader to build a world-class internal talent acquisition function. In this role you will own the strategy, implementation and execution of all aspects of talent acquisition. Reporting to the VP, Organizational Development and as a member of the Human Resources leadership team, you ll join a strategic and collaborative group that is deeply engaged with the business and recognized for adding value. We are looking for a self-motivated, highly collaborative, results oriented visionary and builder to join our team. Responsibilities Include: Provide transformational leadership, which continually raises the bar and demonstrates strategic thinking in establishing a long-term plan that delivers business results. Take responsibilities for implementing and managing the team, tools, strategies, and scalable processes to successfully meet ADPI s talent acquisition needs across multiple geographies and regions. Partner with local affiliate leaders to implement recruiting practices and manage local recruiting efforts outside of the HQ office; remote recruiters may report direct line to their local leader and dotted line to Director of TA or vice versa. Develop a high quality, purpose driven talent acquisition team that takes pride in being ambassadors for ADPI, and ultimately in the success of the candidates they bring into the recruiting process. Leverage evolving sourcing channels and practices to reach the best candidates in multiple markets. Develop and nurture talent pipelines for key positions that are regularly in demand and/or strategically important in order to shorten time to fill and attract strong talent. Build credible, trusted relationships at all levels of leadership to understand business objectives, hiring needs and challenges. Provide a superior candidate experience and level of service delivery for hiring managers/teams. Implement best in class candidate selection practices; train and support hiring teams for success. Facilitate team learning - reflect, learn, and adapt to continuously improve our practices and outcomes as the business and labor market dynamics evolve. Recommend and manage recruiting tools, resources, and partnerships. Partner with HR operations on systems. Demonstrated ability to engage, distribute and communicate Recruiting reports and analysis of search status and team metrics. Manage employment agencies and search firms when needed, including negotiating and employment-related fees and terms. Build ADPI s employment brand awareness and value. Directly manage senior level searches as needed. Bachelor s degree required and 10 + years management experience in a TA capacity with proven success building a team, aligning resources, and leading with metrics to drive ROI and quality of hire within a dynamic environment. Strategic thinker with a successful track record of creative approaches to talent sourcing and building/nurturing talent channels for a range of relevant clinical roles and professional levels. Demonstrated experience in building employment brands with measurable results. Solid systems experience; has evaluated, selected, implemented, and managed tools and systems in support of talent acquisition and talent development. Exceptional leadership and management skills; proven record of building productive, engaged, loyal teams and developing talent to higher levels of responsibility. Excellent collaboration, relationship and consultative skills with demonstrated success building partnerships with internal and external contacts at all organizational levels in a matrixed environment. Solution oriented and a clear and effective communicator and negotiator. Financial acumen; has built and managed budgets and demonstrated ROI of talent acquisition investments. 15% national travel required. AMDPI offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package including a 401k, health insurance and a professional work environment. To learn more about American Dental Partners please visit our homepage at .
American Dental Partners Inc. Wakefield, MA 01880, USA
Apr 10, 2019
American Dental Partners vision is to be the leading business partner to dental group practices in the nation. Our mission is to elevate the practice, profession and delivery of oral care. For 20 years and counting, we ve empowered and supported our team members with leading edge technology, professional development, and education to build healthy, enduring community based dental group practices. The Provider Compensation Specialist ensures accuracy of the payroll calculation and compliance with federal and state laws, creates standard reports for management and completes processing objectives. Responsibilities: Ensures timely and accurate payroll processing of 800-900 employees on multiple co codes and rotating schedules in conformance with employment practices and procedures. Analyzes and resolve GL discrepancies if any. Cash estimates for future payrolls. Performs routine review of payroll calculation to both increase accuracy and decrease the likelihood of fraud. Responsible for proprietary timekeeping system and generating reports for Finance. Successfully answers employee and management questions regarding payroll calculation. Identifies and recommends department policies, procedures and process improvements to continually improve the quality, efficiency and overall effectiveness of the provider compensation function Adheres to established policies, procedures and internal controls as part of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act Responsible for maintenance of all provider compensation records and reports Responsible for Provider Compensation Documentation Other duties as assigned Required Skills: Work requires a level of knowledge equivalent to that obtained through the completion of a Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Business or associated field 3+ years directly related experience in payroll or provider compensation administration Proficiency in Excel, Word, Access, and has exposure to various payroll systems including report writer Strong Communication skills Payroll certification a plus (FPC or CPP) Experience using Ultipro HRIS software a plus Knowledge of multi-state payroll tax laws, rules, regulations and compliance Works on issues of limited scope where analysis of situation or data requires evaluation in accordance with established policies Interprets company policies within particular applied situations AMDPI offers a competitive salary and excellent benefit package including a 401k, health insurance and a professional work environment. To learn more about American Dental Partners please visit our homepage at .