Human Resources Generalist
Job ID: 5410 - FT - Unclassified (salaried)
The Human Resources Generalist serves a liaison to departments regarding human resource needs. Consults regarding departmental/employee issues and recommends solutions/resources. Monitors compliance. Provides recruitment and retention guidance. Cultivates community partnerships and interviews; hires entry level positions.
- Develops creative recruitment strategies necessary to attract talent. Attends and may conduct job fairs, establishes partner relationships with schools, employers and other groups to aid in the recruitment and retention of qualified staff. Interviews and recommends candidates for entry level positions.
- Serve as liaison to assigned departments for all human resource matters. Analyzes concerns, works collaboratively to resolve issues and/or escalates as necessary.
- Develops and maintains statistical data to track progress of position, hire activity and employee movement. Interprets contract, University and/or civil service language as it applies to recruitment or retention issues.
- Trouble shoots departmental or staff issues and recommends appropriate course of action. Develops, owns and/or works on special projects; serves on committees.
- Collaborates regarding compensation needs. Conducts employee job audits, analyze data results and makes appropriate recommendations.
- Review and process transactions in the Applicant Tracking System (ATS) and/or Human Resources Information System (HRIS) database. Assist departments in compiling and processing job postings, employee and position transactions, and job offers.
- Ensures proper processing of new hire transactions, job offers, and on-boarding of new employees. May conduct exit interviews.
Bachelor's degree and at least two years of experience in Human Resources or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience is necessary. Strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. Must be able to communicate with tact.
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