The College of Arts + Sciences (the College) at IU Bloomington is one of the world's best places to study the sciences, including social and historical, natural and mathematical, as well as the arts and humanities, international affairs, and media. Together, our faculty and students form an extraordinary teaching and learning community on a beautiful campus. The College Human Resources (HR) team is a part of the Executive Dean's Office focusing primarily on providing strategic and credible HR services where staff positions are concerned.
The College HR team partners with Chairs and Directors, administrative leaders, staff and a variety of associates and campus resource people to deliver ethical, consultative, relational, inclusive HR expertise. We favorably collaborate with and integrate to the multitude of units within the College, across the Bloomington campus. We seek to add a team member who will lend their talents, interests and experiences to boost the sense of community and professionalism found in the College. Learn more about the variety and scope of the College here.
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The HR Operations Coordinator (HROC) manages full circle HR services and delivery on behalf of the College of Arts + Sciences (College) central HR function. Office, systems, talent management and special projects coordination is embedded in this central College HR role.
The HROC role focuses on transactional work, communications, and workflow for the College HR team and the College at large. This role is integral to the oversight of the status of case work, reporting, logistics and support both for the functions of the College HR centralized purpose, and of the team, from a behind the scenes transactional systems support approach.
The HROC manages administrative HR operations, while using professional independent judgment daily, along with performing sensitive confidential activities and decision making.
Holds responsibilities for a broad range of administrative tasks in a dynamic workplace requiring work in multiple systems. Provides operations support and oversight in some or all of the following functional areas at varying degrees: talent acquisition / management; logistics, including coordinating programs such as the biweekly Welcome Orientation to the College; appointment setting; phone-screening; pulling materials for casework analysis; wage and salary administrative support in preparation of compensation analytics; and budget related processing and maintenance. Supervises part-time HR Assistants who are highly integrated with onboarding and off-boarding for the College, and maintaining organizational charts College-wide, special projects, scheduling and mentoring.
Because the footprint of the College is large and varied, including more than 80 units, 40 centers, programs, institutes and external agencies, the role is diverse in nature in tandem with the strong focus on systems use, maintenance and operations.
Bachelor's degree and two years of relevant experience which may include strong internships or work experience obtained while in high school and college.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
Intermediate skills in the use and command of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Professional interpersonal and communication skills. Willingness to serve and to support. Confidence to mentor students and to oversee quality work deliverables, on time and professionally. High attention to detail. Ability to instill trust, value differences, collaborate, and be accountable. Strong customer focus. Keen sensitivity and utmost regard for confidentiality.
Professional office management experience. Degree in Human Resources, Liberal Arts, Psychology, Sociology, IT, Business or related general studies and interest. PHR or SHRM-CP HR certification, or pursuance of the certification. Ongoing interest in HR as a career, for example, interest in areas such as: Engagement, Performance Management, Training and Development, Organizational Design, HR Information Systems, Talent Management, Compensation, Assessment Tools (such as StrengthsFinder), Structured Interviews and Behavioral Based Interviewing, Employee Relations, Benefits Administration, Risk Management and Safety, or any of the above.
Working Conditions / Demands
Typical office environment. Ability to lift up to 25 pounds required. Ability to sit or stand for long periods of time, including sitting sit in front of a computer monitor for long periods of time with high mental acuity required.
Fast-paced environment requires ability to react quickly. Mobility for campus area errands occasionally required.
$38,000 - $39,790
Salary Plan: PAO
Salary Grade: 2AD
Job Function: Human Resources
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