Working at MIT offers opportunities, an environment, a culture - and benefits - that just aren't found together anywhere else. If you're curious, motivated, want to be part of a unique community, and help shape the future - then take a look at this opportunity.
HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATOR , Brain and Cognitive Sciences (BCS) , to provide human resources (HR) consulting, advising, strategic planning, and administrative services in the areas of employment, employee relations, compensation, labor relations, and benefits. Responsibilities include advising/assisting faculty, staff, and students on issues related to HR, academic, and policy interpretation/administration; coordinating faculty recruitment efforts; recruiting, selecting, retaining, and developing staff; coordinating annual and special salary reviews and promotions; advising foreign nationals on visa process, obtaining work authorization through the International Scholars Office, monitoring their status, and renewing visas as necessary; assisting incoming faculty/staff with relocation and orientation to MIT and BCS; handling all aspects of annual tenure and promotion cases for faculty; coordinating and processing support staff and student payrolls and handling faculty and research staff summer session payments; facilitating salary review processes; preparing a variety of reports/forms; monitoring and ensuring salary distributions are charged to the correct accounts; acting as affirmative action/equal opportunity officer; mediating conflicts and providing guidance on the interpretation of MIT policies and procedures in the investigation of complaints; maintaining personnel files, databases, and directory information; assisting with support staff/student supervision; and performing other duties as assigned.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : bachelor's degree in HR or business management; at least five years' experience, preferably in HR; self-motivation; ability to multitask and perform hands-on work in a team-based work group; listening, communication, facilitation, and mediation skills; ability to resolve problems in an expeditious and independent manner; understanding of federal and state laws/regulations; and strong computer skills, including experience using MS Word, Excel, and FileMaker Pro (or equivalents). Familiarity with MIT policies and procedures and PHR/SPHR certification preferred. Job #17677-10
Internal Number: 17677
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