Welcome to Human Resources

The Office of Human Resources supports the campus community by providing comprehensive information and HR services for faculty, administrators and staff. You can view important information about college policies, employment opportunities, benefit information and other services provided by our office which will help you to be successful at Le Moyne. We are committed to providing professional and strategic guidance, consultation, as well as quality customer service.  

Our Mission

Through strategic partnerships and collaboration, the Office of Human Resources delivers innovative and efficient programs and services designed to support and advance the mission of Le Moyne College. Our work is rooted in Jesuit heritage throughout the entire employment life cycle to balance care of the person (cura personalis) and care for the college (cura apostalica). We strive to build a community of individuals who work on Le Moyne’s behalf to achieve excellence as a student-centered, community engaged campus while promoting institutional effectiveness.

Our Vision

The Office of Human Resources provides strategically driven leadership, expertise and guidance based on best practices in all areas of human resource management including recruitment, retention, employee relations, talent management, employee recognition, compensation, benefits management, labor relations, immigration, records administration and compliance. 

Our Values

Collaboration - We will collaborate with colleagues across campus by sharing our knowledge and resources in order to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Customer Service - We are committed to serving others with excellence by demonstrating understanding and respect for customer feelings and needs.

Communication - We will maintain open and transparent communication regarding Human Resources policies and initiatives to foster a well-informed workforce.

Diversity - We are dedicated to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce, respecting each person’s dignity and promoting the value that diversity brings to the educational experience.

Leadership - We are committed to lead. As leaders, we will influence others through our character, humility and example. We will make decisions and encourage, inspire or motivate others to ensure positive change.

Integrity - We value and reward honesty and accountability, and foster an atmosphere of mutual trust, respect and confidentiality.

Innovation - We will embrace change and use it to adapt our services and programs to meet the needs of those we serve.


About Us

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Responsible for strategic and operational oversight of the College’s Human Resources operations with regard to design, implementation and maintenance of HR policies, processes and service delivery outcomes. Responsible for the performance of all HR functions which includes talent acquisition and engagement, compensation management, benefit and leave administration, HRIS and data analytics, employee relations, labor relations, talent management, and HR compliance.

Serves as HR Business Partner for the President’s Office, Academic Affairs, Finance and Administration, Advancement and Mission Integration.

Grewen Hall 209C
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Responsible for the management of day-to-day payroll operations which includes overseeing payroll processing activities, addressing complex payroll issues and ensuring compliance with Federal, State, and Local Tax ordinances as well as wage and hour laws. Responsible for the oversight and management of student onboarding.


Grewen Hall 209D


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Responsible for direct support and management of daily HR operations and service. Responsible for the administration and operational management of all the College’s benefit and leave programs, including all retiree benefit programs, tuition programs, and Guaranteed Mortgage Program.

Serves as HR Business Partner for Student Development, Enrollment and Athletics.

Grewen Hall 209C
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Responsible for the management of the College’s compensation function through continuous planning, developing and implementation of compensation programs, policies and procedures to align with the College’s goals and competitive practices. Responsible for the execution of various reporting and audits for the College’s retirement plans as well as other data analytical reporting as needed.

Grewen Hall 209C
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Responsible for supporting the administration of the College’s benefits, retirement and leave programs. This position plays a critical role in day-to-day benefit operations by supporting employees and maintaining compliance requirements for these plans and programs.

Grewen Hall 209C


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Responsible for the oversight of the College’s recruitment and retention efforts which includes sourcing, attracting, interviewing and hiring top talent as well as promoting the College’s brand through various recruitment initiatives. Ensures the College maintains high retention through promoting employee satisfaction and engagement. Manages and supports immigration compliance within the recruitment process.

Grewen Hall 209C
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Responsible for student employment activities which includes all student onboarding. This role also plays an active role in payroll operations by supporting payroll processing activities.

Grewen Hall 209D


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Responsible for various critical HR administrative duties which facilitate and support daily HR functions in support of the entire employment life cycle. This includes onboarding employees, assisting with enrolling in benefits and completing exit interviews when an employee leaves the college. Assists with employee engagement and planning Human Resources events. 

Grewen Hall 209C
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Office: Grewen Hall 209C

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (315) 445-4155
Fax: (315) 445-6023