Performs functions in generalist capacity such as recruitment, selection, compensation, records and benefits administration.
Conducts recruitment and selection including: test administration, applicant and eligibility tracking system administration, pre-employment and selection procedures, promotional testing, developing structured interviewing processes, processing/approval of new hire paperwork; attending job fairs, and monitoring assessment center activities.
Conducts compensation functions and administers various employee benefit programs, including processing personnel transactions; maintain employee historical personnel records; insurance billing and reconciliation; retirement plan compliance; updating and maintaining employee premium deductions; and unemployment claims administration.
Consults with managers and employees and independently renders decisions regarding human resources matters or resolution of problems.
Interacts with employees, department representatives, and other individuals to assist with human resources transactions, interpret human resource policies, and/or exchange information regarding human resource functional assignment area.
Investigates, verifies, and corrects errors and discrepancies on documents in order to process transactions accurately.
Receives and responds to requests, complaints, concerns, and general inquiries; provides resolution accordingly.
Reviews and evaluates statistical data and statistical reporting relevant to the operations of responsibility; provides summarization reports and other pertinent subject matter of interest to departmental management.
Supports efficient functioning of department by assisting in cross-divisional functions within scope of knowledge, skills and abilities; participates in department training initiatives to enhance knowledge, skills and abilities.
Tracks and follows-up on reports and documents to be submitted by employees and human resources representatives.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in Human Resource Management, Labor Relations, Public Administration or related field; supplemented by one year previous experience in human resources in one or more of the assigned specialty areas, e.g., benefits administration, recruitment and selection, training and employee development, compensation and records administration; additional years of experience may substitute for a portion of the required education; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
Experience working with an automated applicant tracking, performance appraisal and HRIS system is preferred.