Human Resources Administration is recognized by the IUPUI community as a valuable partner in achieving individual and organizational success.
Human Resources Administration supports the University's mission of teaching, research and civic engagement by providing effective programs and services to recruit, develop, and retain qualified staff; administering benefit programs for faculty and staff; and serving as a resource and providing expertise on human resources issues to all levels of the IUPUI community.
The Human Resources Business Partner (HRBP) at IUPUI will provide guidance and support to leaders and employees of designated departments on issues related to performance management, employee relations, leadership development and change management. HRBP understands all operational facets of the departments they support, including strategic objectives, financial matters and personnel issues in order to deliver the most effective solutions possible. As HR generalists, the HR Business Partners answer many employee and manager questions regarding benefits, employment, work life, professional development and learning, and compensation and serve as liaisons with their HR colleagues for issues that require specific functional expertise. Partners with various Centers of Expertise to assist in supporting identified solutions.
The HRBP will assist in Latino outreach by supporting recruitment, retention, and advancement for Latino staff. Attend Latino job fairs, develop relationships with Latino community contacts and participate in Latino affinity group on campus.
Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts in Human Resources or a related discipline and five years of experience in Human Resources.
Proficient in both English and Spanish.
Ability to develop excellent working relationships and establish personal credibility with individuals at every level of an organization. Ability to analyze complex issues and make sound objective judgements. Ability to prioritize work and manage multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast pace environment. Provide input in strategy development, policy, plan, and/or program design and implementation of strategies and offerings that will attract, retain, and motivate employees and maximize the success of the organization. Ability to operate both strategically and tactically, as well as provide vision and leadership. Excellent communication skills and ability to effectively address all levels within the university.
Experience in a higher education environment. SHRM-CP/SCP or PHR/SPHR certification.
Working Conditions / Demands
Utilizing computer for long periods of time.
$65,000 - $70,000 annually
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3AD
Job Function: Human Resources
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