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Accounting Clerk, HR Administrator, General Operations Manager

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Accounting Clerk (40 hours/week Monday-Friday)

Fast-paced, dynamic and multi-faceted accounting department seeks an Accounting Clerk who is a team player with good analytical skills, and accurate data-entry skills. Resort Group’s accounting department supports a varied portfolio of property management companies, hospitality companies, and a boutique hotel. We strive to be the Employer of Choice within our Valley.

The Accounting Clerk position is an entry-level position that will learn about A/R, A/P, G/L's, Debits / Credits.  Large portion of this job is processing via detailed data-entry A/R and A/P.  This position works with and reports to the Sr. Director of Accounting.  

HR Administrator (32 hours/week Monday-Friday)

The HR Administrator is trusted with ensuring the company's "first impression" for all incoming applicants, new hires, and employees is professional and pleasant.  You will be the liaison between HR/Payroll and our workforce. The HR Administrator staffs our busy Employee Resource Center, directs incoming calls, answers applicant and employee questions, and may escalate issues to either HR or Payroll. This position is dynamic and interactive with emphasis on people, policy review, compliance, and administrative tasks such as reporting and organizing events. You will learn about and work daily with the company’s policies, benefits, onboarding, payroll, and general HR tasks. Our Administrator must enjoy and garner energy from interacting with people in an environment that changes daily, yet have the ability to remain calm, focused, and detailed when tasked with projects and deadlines.  Bi-Lingual in Spanish/English highly preferred; prior administrative or similar experience required.

General Operations Manager (salary)

Benefit-eligible: including Health, Dental, Life, 401K with match, and PTO.


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