Human Resource Job Opportunities

We offer the venue to share resumes of HR professionals in transition, as well as HR job opportunities. 

To add a resume or job opportunity, please email the request to our Chapter Administrator.

Posting cost $39 for non-members and FREE for RI SHRM members. An invoice will be generated and emailed to you. Payment is due prior to the posting going live on the site.

1-Members in good standing (dues paid) postings are complementary for their organization.  

2- Non members and agencies/consultants (who are posting for clients) are $39 each. Agencies and Consultants who are members in good standing can post positions for their own company at the complementary member rate.

3- All positions posted must have a function of HR as their primary responsibility.

  • Please limit the resume sharing to HR professionals in transition only.
  • For resumes, please include name, email and/or phone number, LinkedIn profile, resume and short introductory paragraph. 
  • For job postings, please include the following information:
    • job title
    • company name
    • company address
    • job responsibilities and duties
    • link to your company's careers page and job description
    • instructions and link on how to apply.
  • Job opportunities will be removed after 60 days.  

Job title: Benefits Specialist

Company name: Providence College

Company address: 1 Cunningham Square, Providence, RI, 02918

Job responsibilities and duties: Responsible for oversight, maintenance, and accuracy of the self-insurance medical plan to ensure compliance with the terms of the plan document by the insurance provider. Ensure accuracy of claims processing. Maintain strict confidentiality. Assist in the maintenance of the Affordable Care Act provisions as they apply to the College’s medical plans. Serve as the main contact for advising faculty and staff on all College, state, and federal leave provisions. Oversee the day-to-day administration of disability and leave plan provisions, as well as other benefit offerings. Provide support for other daily HR functions and projects.

  • Oversee the day-to-day administration of all leave provisions for faculty and staff including, but not limited to, FMLA and USERRA leaves, Workers’ Compensation claims/leaves, long-term disability claims, sick and vacation leave accruals, and annual leave reconciliation. Counsel faculty and staff on all leave entitlements.
  • Assist the Director of Benefits in the maintenance of provisions of the Affordable Care Act as they apply to the College’s medical plans.
  • Assist with the review of the self-insurance medical plan and maintain strict confidentiality on reported claims and medical conditions. Reconcile and process payment of the monthly claims.
  • Run ad-hoc reports to assist in the data analysis of various benefit plans.
  • Administer and maintain voluntary benefit programs including the vision plan, cancer protection plan, pet insurance, and back-up daycare. In conjunction with the Associate Director for Benefits & Worksite Wellness, audit vendor billing reports using Apex ad-hoc reports to assure accuracy in enrollments, terminations, and coverage changes. Assist with exit packages for employees separating employment.
  • Administer the tuition remission and assistance program to ensure compliance with the policies for faculty and staff, as well as with federal regulations and College policy. Maintain appropriate records on tuition exchange benefits.
  • In collaboration with HRIS team, oversee the scanning and maintenance of all benefit and leave files within the HRIS/BDMS system to ensure all records are appropriately categorized. Maintain all benefit workflows associated with the PeopleAdmin Employee Records module.
  • Administer OSHA reporting and maintain health and welfare plans including life insurance, AD&D, and long-term disability. Act as the department liaison with the benefit providers.
  • In the absence of the Associate Director of Benefits/Worksite Wellness Specialist, conduct new hire orientations for faculty and staff.
  • Supervise the Human Resources Student Worker(s).
  • Assist with the off-boarding process.
  • Assist with other general human resources and benefit-related projects that may arise.
  • Perform all other duties as may be required.

To apply, click here:

Job Title: HRIS Team Leader

Company Name: FM Global, Johnston, RI – 50% hybrid

Address: 270 Central Avenue, Johnston, RI 02919

Job responsibilities and duties: This position is responsible for supervising the HR Data Operations team, including training, coaching, and providing oversight to ensure data integrity and efficient processing of transactions. The position is also responsible for ensuring delivery of employee data reporting to support HR colleagues and the business. 

  • Manage the Employee Data team to deliver Tier 1 HRIS and Employee Data Management production support (e.g., HRIS Request Inbox items, inquires, data requests, transaction support, generating position requisitions, etc.)
  • Provide system and business process assistance to managers, HR, business administrative managers, and HR business partners.
  • Maintain and audit employee records (paper and electronic) and ensure process for scanning and uploading electronic records
  • Ensure North America employee records meet FM Global policies and practices as well as Federal, State and local regulations
  • Create and maintain applicable job aids and other end user tools
  • Hands-on approach to developing and distributing reports, including ad hoc and basic reporting requests Assisting in identifying reporting needs, generating reports, and auditing system data
  • Distribute daily, weekly and monthly HR-centric reports (e.g., termination, hire)
  • Point of contact for internal and external auditors for HCM data
  • Process and lead HR content (e.g., DAM/GlobalPort, HR Policies and Procedures/PeopleFluent)
  • As HR Operations becomes fully established, lead HR cyclical Events (ACA, OE, EEO-1, Silver Key, Audit, etc.)
  • Ensure a professional, knowledgeable, competent and motivated team that delivers superior performance
  • Provide overall direction, technical guidance to the Employee Data Management team and ensure continued career development and growth of all team members

Link to apply online:

Job Posted 3/6/23

Job Posted: Senior Benefits Specialist

Company Name: FM Global – Johnston, RI – 50% hybrid

Address: 270 Central Avenue, Johnston, RI 02919

Job responsibilities and duties: The Senior Benefits Specialist is responsible for the administration of Total Rewards programs in the US and Canada to ensure they are delivered in accordance with plan documents, regulatory requirements, internal process documents, and policies. This role assists in the development of compensation and benefits policies and programs. Applies advanced knowledge of compensation and benefits techniques, theories, methods, and practices. Works independently with minimal guidance.

  • Acts as a subject matter expert for compensation and benefit policies and programs in the US and Canada.
  • Monitor and ensure timely completion of plan compliance activities related to US and Canada benefit plans including regulatory filings and updates, notices, ACA mandates & reporting, plan audits, and employee benefit file transmissions to vendors, as required.
  • Provide counsel to employees on Total Rewards policies, practices, programs and guidelines and resolves complex and escalated matters.
  • Manages and monitors implementation and operation of HRIS systems as they relate to compensation and benefits administration. Will manage the exchange of information with carriers and external brokers for claim and utilization data, enrollment information and invoice review. Plays a lead role in partnership with the HR Product Team in configuration and testing during implementation of new functionality or system upgrades.
  • Researches and resolves complex issues for compensation, retirement and health and welfare benefit plans with minimal guidance.
  • Reviews and assesses efficiency of internal procedures and processes; document processes; recommends appropriate changes.
  • Compiles data used for cost/benefit analysis and performs basic analyses associated with annual audits.
  • Evaluates jobs below grade 18 for approval by the strategy team (COE).
  • Prepares compensation offers for below grade 18.
  • Supports survey participation and analysis/reporting. 
  • Train and mentor junior team members.
  • Process vendor invoices.
  • Assists with special projects and duties as assigned.

Link to apply online:

Job Posted 3/6/23

Job Title: Human Resources Coordinator 

Company Name: Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts

Responsibilities/Duties: Reporting to the Associate Director of Human Resources, the full-time Human Resources Coordinator will provide generalist support to the GSEMA Human Resources team. As a key contributor to the team, the incumbent will be responsible for day-to-day organizational and administrative support for issues related to various human resource functions including, but not limited to, recruiting and onboarding, HRIS, benefits administration, leave of absence and workers compensation. The successful candidate will be a self-starter who desires to grow their HR career in support of a mission-driven organization. This is a hybrid role with a home office in GSEMA’s Middleboro, MA office with travel to other council offices or properties as needed.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Perform administrative services for the council’s human resources functions, including, but not limited to recruitment, onboarding, employee benefits, and payroll data entry. 
  • Assist with the talent acquisition process by coordinating job postings, conducting reference checks, preparing orientation materials for new hires, and maintaining data. 
  • Support the employee separation process by coordinating exiting information and processing benefit terminations. 
  • Process employee verifications and background checks, including CORI and SORI. 
  • Provide administrative support regarding employee benefits, including employee enrollment, coverage changes, billing and claim processing, and reconciliation. 
  • Verify I-9 documentation and maintain records. 
  • Maintain confidential personnel files and various other Human Resources documentation and logs (hard copy or electronic) in compliance with applicable legal requirements. 
  • Run department management reports utilizing ADP and other specified databases. 
  • Coordinate meetings including safety committee meetings and others, as requested. 
  • Perform other duties as assigned. 
For more information, and to apply, click here. 

Job Posted 3/6/2023

Job Title: Vice President, Human Resources Officer

Company Name: Dean Bank, Franklin, MA

Responsibilities:  Plans, organizes, implements and administers the Bank's human resource function. Manages employee recruitment and hiring, benefits administration, affirmative action, staff training, employee relations, employee events and wellness initiatives, compensation and performance management. Ensures human resources regulatory and legal compliance.

The HRO provides a 50/50 mix of strategic business partnership with the bank's senior leadership team as well as day to day support required of 77 employees across 4 local branches.

Responsible for the development and execution of the Human Resources strategy that aligns with the bank's strategic business plan to address current and future direction of the business.

The HRO will partner with the CEO and senior leadership team to develop and execute industry leading people strategies and best practice to engage and inspire our teams to deliver outstanding service to all stakeholders. You will lead succession planning and organizational development initiatives.

The HRO partners with managers to provide day to day support of employees utilizing HR expertise and perspective

For more information, click here. 

Job Posted 2/21/23


Company Name: State of Rhode Island

Responsibilities & Duties: As a supervisor in the Disability Management Unit, the Human Resource Analyst III provides...

  • expert guidance and direction to staff
  • ensures high-quality customer service in end to end leave of absence and disability case management
  •  serves as the critical communication link between all parties involved in leave of absence and medical disability cases

 This position works under general supervision and exercises a high degree of independent judgment.

The HRA III...

  • proactively communicates with employees, management and other HR teams
  • acts as the subject matter expert in FMLA, ADA, and leaves of absence
  • ensures that management understands the employer's responsibilities with regard to federal and state leave of absence and disability laws. 

As a supervisor, the HRA III...

  • manages caseloads efficiently
  • organizes priorities
  • provides timely intervention to ensure that quality standards for case management are met. 

The HRA III is responsible to educate employees and managers regarding the ADA interactive process and acts as the primary contact for both. The HRA III is responsible for developing, tracking and managing documentation, notification, correspondence and administrative details. The HRA III compiles, reviews and analyzes data for follow-up as required with unit staff as well as for presentation of reports and recommendations to superiors. The HRA III also communicates ideas and process improvements regarding current policies and procedures to superiors.

For full job description, click here. 

Job Posted 2/21/23

Job Title: Director of Human Resources

Company Name: Rhode Island PBS

Responsibilities & Duties: Reporting to the President, the Director of Human Resources leads the HR function and works collaboratively across the organization to plan, direct, and coordinate all human resources initiatives. Working closely with the President, Chief Content Officer, the Director of Finance and Administration, and Department Managers, the Director of Human Resources develops and implements HR policies, procedures, and initiatives including talent management, succession planning, compensation and benefits, employee and labor relations, performance, training and development. With the Leadership Team, they will lead the strategy and activities related to establishing and maintaining a healthy organizational culture and ensure that staff receive the guidance and support needed to perform to their potential. This is a newly created position at Rhode Island PBS; the Director has the ability to build an HR function and help shape an engaged and supportive employee culture.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate has a Bachelor’s degree, HR certification and a minimum of 7 years of HR experience, including HR Leadership experience. Industry experience in broadcast, telecommunications or media a plus. They are a true HR generalist, with experience in recruiting, employee relations, employment and labor law, HR technology, and able to manage the full scope of HR matters in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. The HR leader is proactive, results oriented, a collaborator, coach and facilitator with exceptional communication skills.

For full job description and more information click here.

Candidates should submit a resume and cover letter describing their interest in this position to

Job Posted 1/26/23


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