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    Morgan White Group

    Payroll Support Associate

    Full-time position to assist in supporting Payroll Support and Implementation Specialist.  Duties included client data installation, conversion and data entry into Excel or payroll software; maintains records and files; ensures accuracy of payroll data before converting to software; testing; configures payroll solutions to meet client needs. 

    High school diploma or GED but must be proficient in EXCEL including calculations and equations.  Payroll knowledge or experience is preferable. 

    Competitive salary with benefits.  Hours are Monday-Thursday 8-5; Friday 8-2:30. 
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    Posted 7/3/2018

    Canopy Children's Solution

    HR Coordinator

    Canopy Children’s Solutions is seeking an experienced, energetic candidate for the HR Coordinator’s position for our Agency.  The Human Resources Coordinator will perform a wide range of duties within a procedural framework set by the Director of Human Resources.  The Human Recourses Coordinator is responsible for processing new employees through the employment hiring on-boarding process, maintaining employees’ records, and ensuring current employees are compliant with the regulatory standards set by federal, state, and funding sources.   

    Requirements:  Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or related field and knowledge of principles of personnel administration with at least three (3) years’ experience in a human resources department.An associate's degree with ten (10) years of experience may be substituted. Experience with new hire on boarding and maintaining personnel records.The ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and have excellent communication and interpersonal skills.Knowledge of human resources functions and employment laws required.Strong computer skills (MS Word, MS Excel and HRIS system.) Up to 10% travel is required. PHR or SHRM-CP is preferred.We are offering:  excellent benefits package, 403(b) with match, generous annual /sick leave accrual, wellness program, and leadership development. 

    Please visit our website at to apply to requisition 18-0073.

    Posted 5/15/18



    Company Information:

    We know that joining our team is an investment in your future and in ours. Our goal at HORNE is to be a learning environment where you can reach your full potential. That means supporting your unique interests and career path preferences, and helping you pursue your dreams both professionally and personally. 

    But don’t just take it from us! 91% percent of our team members agree that HORNE is a great workplace, earning us the Great Place to Work® certification.

    Whether you are a recent college graduate or a seasoned professional seeking to further your career as a leader, HORNE provides career opportunities and an environment where you can succeed.

    Our part is a commitment to providing resources and opportunities for you to craft your best career. Your part is defining the career you want, then passionately pursuing your full potential. To learn more about HORNE LLP, visit

    Position Summary:

    We are seeking an individual who has 5-7 years of work experience in a people-focused role to work one-on-one with team members from Associate to Supervisor level in a coaching capacity. This is essentially a leadership development role focused on growing the skills of our next generation of leaders primarily around the topics related to self-leadership and fierce ownership of career. The ideal candidate would be located in the Southeast region of the U.S. and/or be willing to re-locate.

    The Full Potential Career Coach is responsible for executing HORNE’s Full Potential Coaching Program within assigned target groups. The Full Potential Career Coach will work with associate through supervisor level team members to ensure development along the firm’s Career Growth Continuum. The coach is responsible for contributing to the overall design and delivery of a “coach approach” program designed to retain talent and assist team members to reach and maximize their Full Potential. This individual operates at a manager level, and provides themes, insights, ideas, and recommendations for achieving strategic goals and initiatives to the director of the Full Potential Coaching Program. The coach must have a strong business acumen and the ability to weave team members’ growth strategy into the overall operational and profitability goals of the firm.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Serve as a dedicated resource for team members to accelerate achieving their Full Potential by demonstrating the coaching competencies outlined by the International Coach Federation.
    • Maintain strict coach – team member confidentiality in accordance with the ICF Code of Ethics.
    • Develop a deep understanding of the Wise Firm culture at HORNE, business culture of public accounting, management styles, and specific practice area needs.
    • Assist individuals in creating personal growth and development plans as well as goal-setting strategies to guide team members toward reaching their Full Potential.
    • Develop a sense of belonging and have the ability to convey that sense of belonging into specific goal plans for team members.
    • Maintain a strong advocacy for in house initiatives such as beBetter, Belonging at HORNE, Wise Firm engagement and Growth Mindset.
    • Fully utilize and identify ways to continuously improve designated coaching processes and systems to create a consistent coaching experience for team members and to make Full Potential Coaching at HORNE beEvenBetter.
    • Provide reports outlining data, themes, insights and recommendations at the practice group and firm level to the Full Potential Coaching Director as requested.
    • Facilitate group coaching sessions as requested.

    Position Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Business Administration, Organizational Development, or a closely related field.
    • Normally five (5) to seven (7) years of experience in a coaching, organizational growth, or employee engagement role.
    • ACC or PCC designation by the International Coach Federation or willing to work toward the completion of the core curriculum designated by ICF is strongly preferred.
    • Ability to communicate effectively with team members through a variety of mediums, including face to face sessions, virtual sessions, and email.
    • Travel will be required to a variety of offices located within the HORNE footprint, with peak seasons reaching up to 50% travel.

                If you are interested in and qualified for this opportunity, please APPLY ONLINE.

    HORNE LLP is an equal employment/affirmative action employer. If you need accommodation for any part of the employment process because of a disability, please send an email to or call 601.326.1000 to let us know the nature of your request.

    Posted 4/3/18

    C Spire

    Manager, Payroll & Compensation

    Manager; HRIS

    Posted 4/25/18

    SHRM - Career Center