The Catholic Benefits Association (CBA)
Human Resources Consultative Services
Castle Rock, Colorado
Cut-off Date – Oct. 1, 2019
Director of Human Resources Consultative Services
A unique opportunity for an experienced Human Resources professional to serve the Church while leading the development of a valuable support program benefitting Catholic employers nationwide.
The Catholic Benefits Association (CBA), located just south of Denver, Colorado, is a membership organization made up of Dioceses, Church affiliates, and privately-owned Catholic businesses. It currently represents 1000 employers with 88,000 employees enrolled in their benefits programs. CBA has and continues to litigate successfully in defense of member employer’s First Amendment right to operate ministries and businesses in a Catholic compliant manner. Through its Ethics Committee (comprised of seven Archbishop Board Members) and its legal team, CBA also provides moral and legal guidance to members in the areas of employment practices and the provision of employee benefits. In the past year, through its wholly-owned Catholic Insurance Company (CIC), a Catholic-based Health services program has been made available to interested self-insured member organizations.
Throughout its six-year history, CBA has responded to a growing number of member requests for interpretation, clarification, or operational recommendations/documents related to employment and benefits practices in a constantly changing legal and regulatory environment. As part of its commitment to expanding member services, at no additional cost, CBA has created the new senior management position of Director of Human Resources Consultative Services. This unique position will provide support to member administrators across a broad range of employment specialties.
The Director, reporting to the CEO, will be part of the management team and will often be the first point of contact for members seeking employment related assistance. In addition to real-time advice, the Director will coordinate with management team members, legal counsel, Ethics Committee, and others to provide deeper analysis of and solutions to operational challenges and will help develop practical implementation strategies for those solutions.
Supported by all of CBA’s resources, the Director will propose, develop, implement, and maintain a variety of informational and educational opportunities for members. These may include, but not be limited to, development of and participation in CBA sponsored Webinars, the Member Only Forum on CBA’s website, formal written guidance or opinion papers, downloadable template policy/procedure/job description documents, timely “all members” communications, and more.
In support of CBA’s ministerial mission, the person who accepts this role must a practicing Catholic with a well-formed understanding of Church teachings and who exemplifies the best of the Catholic faith in both their professional and personal life.
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