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HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATOR , Biology , to provide human resources consulting, strategic planning, and administrative services in the areas of employment, employee/labor relations and complaint resolution, recruitment, compensation, and benefits. Will advise and assist on issues related to policy interpretation/administration, employee development, and organizational design; liaise with representatives of central HR Labor Relations, provide guidance on the interpretation of MIT and union policies and procedures, serve as departmental representative in the investigation of complaints; facilitate and coordinate outside professional activities reporting, annual salary review and performance evaluation processes, local and Institute-level rewards and recognition programs, and monthly staff meetings; participate in faculty hiring and promotion process; recruit, select, retain, and develop the department's workforce; conduct interviews; prepare position descriptions, search plans, and reports; collect HR-related data and create, design, and analyze reports; oversee coordination of the visa application process for foreign nationals, academic and non-academic appointments, onboarding, and record-retention; provide direct supervision of senior HR representative, mentor administrative and support staff, and assist in managing RDTEU staff; serve as liaison with Institute offices such as HR, International Scholars Office, Labor Relations, School of Science, and Ombuds Office; and act as Department postdoc key contact.
REQUIRED : bachelor's degree; at least four years' human resources experience, preferably in an academic environment; excellent communication and organizational skills; ability to work effectively with a variety of individuals or groups; and sound judgment in quickly and satisfactorily generating creative solutions to complex problems. Strong technical skills a plus. Proficiency with Microsoft Office, FileMaker or QuickBase, BrioQuery/Cognos, and SAP strongly preferred. PHR or SPHR certification and MIT experience also preferred. Job #17454-10
Internal Number: 17454
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