Job Purpose and Description
The Human Resource and Finance Coordinator is responsible for implementation of payroll, benefits administration, and general human resources functions at Camp Tawonga. This position works closely and collaboratively with members of the Finance Department. The Human Resource and Finance Coordinator plays a key role in supporting staff to understand, maximize, and benefit from agency benefits offerings. This position works closely with the program and other staff to support and implement all areas of payroll. The Human Resource Coordinator leads and oversees most aspects of the employee life cycle and also supports a broad range of compliance obligations. Over time, this position will also take on organizational culture and people ops initiatives to drive organizational improvement.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Human Resources Generalist
55,000 - 65,000
Tawonga's mission is to provide educational and recreational programs for children, adults and families that help them develop as healthy and participating members of the Jewish and secular communities, locally, nationally and internationally. The agency does this by integrating the themes of personal growth and the development of positive self-esteem, creating cooperative communities, our partnership with the natural world and positive Jewish identification and spirituality. We run programs at our residential campsite next to Yosemite National Park and in the Bay Area, serving 5,000 people a year.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Camp Tawonga is an Equal Opportunity Employer, values diversity and is committed to being an inclusive environment for all employees. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives and skills, and to hiring people of color, LGBTQ individuals and women. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and organizational need.
About Tawonga's Culture
At Camp Tawonga, we are a close-knit, collaborative, joyous group of professionals who take great pride in fulfilling our mission and having fun while doing it. We have deep respect for our community, the children and the families we serve; for nature and the physical world; and for Jewish value of "tikkun olam" - repairing the world. Some of us are life-long camp people and for others, it's our first time working for a camp. We are a Jewish organization, and we welcome and are inclusive of all staff and community members, Jewish and non-Jewish alike. We are two years into our own mission critical JEDI work ( justice, equity, diversity and inclusion) and are committed to both the tough and introspective reflections and learnings it requires and to a refresh of our policies and practices to support an equity culture. In pre-COVID times, you would consistently find us hanging out in common areas, collaborating or just catching up, because we value interpersonal connection. With COVID, we host informal Zoom lunches and other activities to nurture those connections. We are eager to meet and get to know you.