Reporting to the Director of Human Resources, Faculty Affairs and Development, the incumbent will assist with various related HR activities.
Coordinate, review and process all personnel actions for 61st Street Service Corporation employees to include new hires, transfers, promotions, terminations, etc.
Review job titles and job descriptions and make recommendations for change when needed.
Assist managers with reviewing disciplinary actions to ensure compliance with SC policies and monitor follow-up when needed. Proof and edit written DA documents for contents when needed and work with managers to provide training when appropriate.
Must continuously review and assess internal processes to ensure efficiency and accuracy and adjust or create new processes when needed to include implementation and training if needed.
Monitor and track all employee mandates to include, but not limited to, annual performance appraisals, WH&S and OSHA requirements and annual training requirements.
Maintain and update confidential employee databases and track all new hires, terminations, turnover statistics, disciplinary actions and expiring certifications/licenses.
Assist in the completion of the 61st St. Service Corp's annual salary rosters.
Review and manage the process for acquiring temporary employees through the Columbia University Temporary Staffing Office and outside temp agencies.
Issue CU UNIs, renew when needed, and remove access for terminated employees.
Assist the Director with various related HR activities, such as creating and maintaining policy and procedure documents, department and manager orientations, managing turnover statistics, conducting exit interviews, assorted compliance activities
Assist with coordination of faculty promotions
Attend all Human Resource meetings
Cross-train with the Faculty Affairs/HR team, providing support as appropriate.
Other related duties as assigned
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in training and experience, with at least three years of directly related experience.
Ability to be a proactive problem-solver and to manage multiple projects with competing demands.
Must have the ability to function independently and proactively troubleshoot issues in a fast-paced environment.
Ability to interact effectively with a wide variety of people at different levels.
Must have the ability to handle highly confidential information and materials.
Proficiency in business software such as Excel, Word, etc. required.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Experience in an academic medical center and familiarity with CU Human Resource systems highly desired.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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