USA Triathlon

USA Triathlon

Human Resources Manager

USA Triathlon - Manager
Colorado Springs · CO
Human Resources: Human Resources Generalist
Company Summary

Unlimited Vacation, Mental Health Days, 100% paid medical benefits for employee and so much more! At USA Triathlon, we believe that life is better when you swim, bike and run.  
USA Triathlon is the Olympic and Paralympic National Governing Body (NGB) for the sport of triathlon, all things multisport, and the largest multisport organization in the world. We spend every day thinking about growing and supporting the sport. We’re building the most innovative service organization in sports, transforming lives by inspiring participation to help communities become healthier all while representing our country at the highest levels of international competition, striving to win medals with class and integrity.  
Our guiding principles are service leadership, performance excellence, collaboration, and diversity and inclusion at all levels of the organization. We focus on listening and innovation to ensure we deliver best-in-class governance, provide comprehensive constituent support, and play a leadership role throughout the Olympic and Paralympic movement.
We work hard to serve the triathlon community and strive to being the best place to work in the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic movement. We’ve been included on Front Office Sports’ “Best Employers in Sports” list twice (’20, ’21), selected twice as an honorable mention in Outside Magazine’s “Best Places to Work” and received the USOPC’s Advancements in Diversity and Inclusion Award in 2017 and the USOPC’s National Governing Bodies’ Diversity & Inclusion Choice Award in 2018, 2019 and 2021.

We achieve these great heights by focusing on hiring, training and promoting talented, dedicated, passionate individuals who want to get better every day. And we reward our teammates with  unlimited vacation, 100% paid medical benefits, access to the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center and more.  
Come join us in Colorado Springs, the city ranked No. 3 in US News & World Report’s 2023-2024 Best Place to Live survey, be a part of the thriving Olympic & Paralympic movement, and hone your professional skills as you create opportunities for triathletes to live their best lives.
Position Summary 
The Human Resources Manager supports all human resource functions for USA Triathlon including talent acquisition, performance management, total rewards, payroll and benefits administration, training and development, and employee relations.  In partnership with the Human Resources Director, the Manager is responsible for delivering an industry-leading employee experience and accomplishing the organization’s people goals. 
FLSA Status: Non-exempt or Exempt (pending starting wage) 
Pay Range: $53,000 - 65,000 annually 
Reports To: Human Resources Director 

Essential Job Functions
  • Leads the talent acquisition process by working closely with hiring managers to determine the unit’s needs and develop/update job descriptions. Create job postings, engage in active recruitment as needed, conduct initial screenings, and manage the interview process. Ensure hiring managers are properly trained and supported in making objective, job-relevant hiring decisions. Administers job offers and background checks 
  • Manages the onboarding process for all new hires including, but not limited to, ensuring completion of all required new hire paperwork, creation and maintenance of employee personnel files and ensuring employment data is maintained in the HRIS, ensuring a welcoming and robust process involving key staff and stakeholders so that new hires are set up for success 
  • Completes bi-weekly payrolls, ensuring accuracy of pay, deductions, benefits, and reporting. Audits payroll reports and vendor error reporting to ensure file feeds are operating accurately. Works collaboratively with Finance to ensure seamless payroll processing to G/L 
  • In collaboration with the Director, oversees benefits administration including, but not limited to, annual enrollment, working with our broker to negotiate competitive rates and plan changes, training and supporting employees, and managing all requests related to leave, benefits, and employee communication. Assists in resolutions of benefits-related problems and ensures effective use of plans 
  • Manages all employment data, workflows, and troubleshooting within the HRIS including employment, pay, benefits, performance reviews, and reporting. Work collaboratively with HRIS support, employees, and third-party vendors to resolve any issues that occur. 
  • Administers performance reviews through the HRIS. Works with the Director to manage performance process, audit reviews, train supervisors, and ensure timely completion. Assists in counseling on performance concerns, and advises on career paths/development opportunities. 
  • Serve as the primary contact for unemployment and worker’s compensation claims. Provide relevant information and submit responses in a timely manner. Work closely with Legal, Risk, and Compliance on liability issues. 
  • Coordinates separation processes to ensure compliance with State and Federal requirements including COBRA, exit interviews, benefit transition(s), and final pay. 
  • Assists and supports the Director in the following: Developing, planning, and executing professional development opportunities for staff; Coaching and counseling employees regarding employee concerns; Auditing and maintaining a competitive annual compensation program; Supporting and managing organizational culture initiatives (in HR or through the Culture Club); and managing employee rewards and recognition. 
Supervisory Responsibilities   
  • HR Intern 
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities 
  •  Working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite and Payroll/HRIS systems. 
  • Working knowledge of general human resource functions and procedures, including but not limited to federal and state labor laws and benefits administration. 
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding sensitive information, interpersonal issues, and employee concerns. 
  • Excellent verbal, written, organizational and communication skills. 
  • Bachelor’s degree required (or a combination of education and experience that yields the required knowledge, skills, and abilities); Master’s in Human Resources (or a related field) preferred. 
  • 4– 6 years of general human resources experience required. 
  • SHRM or HRCI certification preferred. 
  • While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be regularly required to stand, sit, talk, hear, reach, stoop, kneel, and use hands and fingers to operate a computer, telephone, and keyboard. 
  • Required to work on site 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday; some evening or weekend work required (~5%) 

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Job Questions:

  1. Do you agree to the salary range?

  2. Are you already located in the Colorado Springs area OR would you be willing to relocate?

  3. Where did you hear about this job opening?