Sioux Falls Federal Credit Union

Human Resource Specialist


Admin Center


Full Time

Sioux Falls FCU is committed to helping people live better and as a growing financial institution in our community, that commitment includes our members and employees. Be a part of a passionate and caring organization, dedicated to helping our members live better. Great benefits include health, vision, dental, paid time off, paid holidays and great day time hours, life insurance, long and short-term disability, pension plan, 401(k) option, and many more! We are a locally owned financial institution with 6 branches throughout Sioux Falls, serving Minnehaha, Lincoln, McCook and Turner counties offering exceptional rates and options to our Members.  
The Human Resource Specialist will report to the Human Resource manager and be responsible for providing support for the HR department that includes leading new hire orientation, a range of administrative duties to be handled confidentially, as well as interacting with staff, management, and vendors.  
Essential Duties of the Human Resource Specialist Include:
  • Assist with the recruitment process as needed.
  • Process new hires during orientation session, complete paperwork, typical HR tools, policies and procedures of the credit union. Explain benefits and enroll in the benefit programs.
  • Function as a Subject Matter Expert on benefits.
  • Initiate the benefits enrollment processes and process employee benefit enrollments, changes, and terminations for all credit union benefit programs.
  • Maintain up to date and accurate personnel files and process any change of status events.
  • Compile, input, and process all Payroll data changes and payment to include salary changes, hours, payroll taxes, insurance, cafeteria, and other payroll deductions and access levels insuring complete confidentiality throughout the process.
  • Answer departmental phone and email inquiries, disseminate information, research and respond to questions and provide follow-up information.
  • Complete HR documentation requirements.
  • Perform specialized or confidential administrative duties.
  • Stay abreast of laws, regulations, and compliance areas which affect personnel and employment relations.
  • Other duties outlined in full job description.
  • Minimum of an associate degree or equivalent; 2-5 years related experience or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Prior managerial or supervisory experience preferred.
  • Knowledge of internet software, spreadsheet software, word processing software, PowerPoint software; and Adobe Acrobat.
  • Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
  • Ability to interact positively, professionally, and confidently with all levels of employees.
  • Knowledge and understanding of general HR Law, payroll law, credit union polices and procedures.
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