We have an exciting opportunity to join the HR team with Auxiliary Business Services! Visit our website to learn more about us.
The HR Employment Consultant manages the processes for employment and selection, classification and compensation, and assists with leave administration for a variety of business units in Auxiliary Business Services.
Consults with and advises managers and supervisors in various areas of recruitment and hiring, proactively reviewing and implementing new procedures and strategies to increase efficiency and respond to regulatory changes in business units. Reviews position requirements and qualifications, and using the assigned consultant model, assists in identifying the best candidate for a given position. Ensures university policies and procedures are followed in the posting, interview, and selection process. Recruits, interviews and serves as a resource to applicants inquiring about employment with Auxiliary Business Services. Works collaboratively with the HR team to provide a positive onboarding experience.
Provides direction and guidance to management on classification and compensation matters including accurate job descriptions, essential and marginal functions worksheets, and salary review. Collects and analyzes occupational data and develops written summaries.
Assists with the leave administration processes for the department. Educates supervisors and employees on leave guidelines and serves as an approver for requests. Reviews departmental policies and processes to ensure compliance with applicable laws.
Assists with conflict resolution situations. Ensures compliance with all related campus and department policies, procedures, and practices.
Bachelor's degree in human resources, business or other relevant field and two years of human resources experience.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
Excellent interpersonal skills with a customer service orientation. Excellent ability to effectively communicate and exchange information with a wide diversity of individuals, including with all levels of management and staff. Experience in communicating with diverse populations and non-native speakers of English. Excellent organization skills. Highly demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality and appropriate exercise of "need to know" practices. Ability to work under tight deadline pressure. Demonstrated working knowledge and practical application and experience in word processing, spreadsheet and database software as well as email, payroll HR (HRMS, IUIE, TAM) and financial systems.
Experience in the employment/recruitment area. Experience in leave administration, including FMLA. Knowledge of university policies and procedures. Possess a valid driver's license with the ability to be insured by Indiana University.
Working Conditions / Demands
Typically in an office environment. Involves detailed work, problem solving, and reasoning amidst constant interruptions and multiple concurrent tasks. Working with a computer keyboard and staring at a computer screen for extended periods of time.
Salary Plan: PAO
Salary Grade: 2AD
Job Function: Human Resources
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