Chief Administrative Officer
Our portfolio company is seeking a talented Chief Administrative Officer to lead the company’s Human Resources and Administrative departments and operations. The Chief Administrative Officer will play a key role within the company and work in conjunction with executives and department heads on the strategic direction and implementation of the company’s administrative plans and functions. This is a small company and this position is a hands-on position. The CAO will be personally involved in all of the job functions of this role.
Candidate must have at least 5
years of Human Resources experience in the professional service industry with a total of 9
years of overall HR experience
Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office software.
Intermediate to Expert level knowledge of Microsoft Excel manipulating and managing data
Flexibility for travel, about 10-15%
Insurance industry experience
A Master's degree in Human Resources Management
Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification
In conjunction with Department Managers and outside consultants, develop, implement, and enforce personnel policies and procedures for all company personnel; maintain employee handbook on personnel policies and procedures.
Maintain knowledge of industry trends, best practices, and employment legislation, and ensure Company's compliance with all applicable government agencies.
In conjunction with Company's PEO, perform benefits administration, including annual re-evaluation to ensure the most cost effective options.
Develop and foster positive, interactive, service-oriented relationships with all levels of management, staff, and vendors.
Develop and implement a list of preferred continuing education providers and certifications for all licensed personnel.
In conjunction with CFO, provide input and manage the Administration budget, including forecasting needs and industry trends; develop business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for Administrative spending and initiatives, and manage costs associated with Administrative projects to deliver on time and within budget.
In conjunction with Executive Management, annually review, recommend, and implement merit increases, bonus pools, job descriptions, and staff evaluations.
Facilitate recruitment, hiring, and terminations for all exempt and nonexempt personnel, students, and temporary employees, including job descriptions, employment offers, employment contracts, new-employee setups/orientations/training, and disciplinary actions/documentation as well as exit interviews.
Develop and implement department reports to communicate and facilitate administrative decisions and results in relation to established goals, and recommend new approaches, policies, and procedures to effect continual improvements in the efficiency of the department and services performed.
In conjunction with CFO, evaluate, recommend, and manage office leases and build-outs.
In conjunction with outside consultant, manage and facilitate Company's 401k Plan, including new hires, changes, and annual 401k audit.
About the Company
WWFI, headquartered in Los Angeles, CA is a leading private, wholesale broker and managing general agency. WWFI has specialties in Casualty, Property, Personal Lines, Professional Liability, Marine, Aviation and Transportation. WWFI employees share a common commitment and are dedicated to their clients by providing the best resources to any given opportunity. WWFI employees work together delivering innovative solutions that are transforming the wholesale brokerage industry.
WWFI’s growth and success is directly attributed to the driven and talented employees who understand what it takes to make a wholesale brokerage thrive.
: Los Angeles, CA
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