Position Title:               Human Resource Director

Reporting To:               TDP Partner & VP

Location:                       Chicago, IL

The Company:              Healthcare Services Portfolio Company

Private Equity Firm:     Tyree and D’Angelo Partners


Company Overview


Tyree & D'Angelo Partners (TDP) is a Chicago-based private equity investment firm that makes control ownership investments in, and partners with, lower middle market businesses with the goal of creating meaningful value for all involved. TDP has over $2 billion of Enterprise Value created and capital managed.  TDP has significant experience investing in healthcare, consumer, and business services businesses and has completed over 500 investment partnerships in its history. TDP seeks out investments where a true collaborative partnership can be developed with business owners and management teams, leading to a substantial creation of value over a long-term investment horizon. TDP works with an extensive team of Investment Partners, Executive Partners, Advisory Partners, and Resource Partners to make investments and bring a unique combination of investing and operational skills to its partnerships. The fund enters into highly collaborative relationships with the senior leaders of its portfolio companies that results in long-term value creation and significant equity returns.

Job Summary

We are seeking a Human Resource Director for our healthcare services portfolio company. This person will plan, lead, direct, develop, and coordinate the policies, activities, and staff of the Human Resource (HR) department, ensuring legal compliance and implementation of the organizations mission and talent strategy. The HR Director is responsible for ensuring timely support, resources, and guidance for the organization.


Job Responsibilities:

  • Oversee the preparation and processing of payroll (ADP Workforce Now) on a biweekly basis
  • Administer Time & Attendance (T&A) software management system (ADP); escalate and help resolve timecard errors as needed
  • Work closely with HR and external benefits broker to ensure timely benefits enrollments and payroll deductions
  • Collaborate with HR and field managers to ensure timely onboarding and/or offboarding of employees as it pertains to T&A as well as Payroll
  • Calculate pro-rata pay for exempt employees as needed for first or final paychecks
  • Manage as well as ensure accuracy of special pay and deductions, including but not limited to stipends, commissions, bonuses, benefits, garnishments, 401k, etc.
  • Create and run reports to compile data for analysis
  • Understand and adhere to local, state, and federal laws as well as internal company policies
  • Ad hoc projects to support the Accounting and HR departments


Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Demonstrate sense of urgency and works well under pressure
  • Self-motivated and goal-oriented, with the initiative to work independently
  • Excellent team player and ability to collaborate
  • Highly detail-oriented and accurate
  • Strong ability to prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Represent the company with a high level of professionalism
  • Ability to efficiently handle a variety of confidential information
  • Solid integrity, responsibility, and accountability


Required Qualifications & Work Conditions

  • 5 years of Payroll and Time & Attendance (T&A) experience
  • 3 years of experience with ADP Workforce Now payroll software
  • Previous experience processing payroll for 500+ full-time equivalents (FTEs)
  • Previous experience multi-site payroll processing
  • Required to commute to the Chicago, IL office
  • Ability to maintain a full-time employment schedule of approximately 40 hours per week; extended hours may be requested or required
  • Prolonged sitting and standing as needed
  • Ability to lift up to 10 lbs.


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