Essential Functions: POSITION PURPOSEProvide analysis, problem resolution and guidance regarding human resource processes and transactions for the HR Consultant and Director of Human Resources. Perform human resource transactional support and work collaboratively as member of HR team to assist with all phases of the employee life cycle. Provide advice and support to Schools, Colleges and Divisions on employment transactions and information systems and other University-wide HR initiatives. This position reports to the Director for Human Resources Services for assigned units.ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONSServe on HR team and interface with School, College and Division customers to provide transactional assistance, system guidance and problem resolution on employment matters. Identify problems, evaluate data and provide solutions to ensure processes are completed correctly and in a timely manner.Gather and/or complete required documents for originating electronic transactions. Provide advice and instruct unit administrators on paperwork requirements and forms completion, remedial actions required, unique situations and problems. Assist with University HR policy and compliance. Analyze and interpret University policies and procedures related to human resource processes and transactional issues. Process HR transactions; code and data enter HR transactions into human resource management system; maintain and update confidential electronic employee personnel files and records.Utilize human resource systems (i.e. EPAF, I-9 eXpress, E-Verify, etc.) and proper coding to originate and complete personnel transactions. Resolve transactional processing problems and respond to questions and concerns. Work with central offices (i.e. Payroll, OISS, HR etc.) to resolve transactional processing problems.Assist with OHS administration and associated processes, as assigned.Assist with data entry and reporting, including: compiling data; conducting research to evaluate employment services processing and services, analyzing utilization of services; developing and recommending changes and/or enhancements to existing services; and preparing statistical reports. Utilize University information systems for on-line data retrieval, updating, analysis and reporting.May provide work direction to non exempt part time personnel.Perform related work as assigned.
Qualifications: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSHigh school graduate or equivalent combination of education and/or experience. Reasonable experience using Excel and business applications requiredExperience with Human Resource Information Systems preferred.Considerable knowledge of University policies and procedures. Ability to communicate effectively with others. Possess effective customer service skills.Effective interpersonal skills. Ability to operate standard office equipment.Ability to type and use word processing equipment with speed and accuracy.Keen attention to detail.Reasonable knowledge of personnel paperwork processing.Reasonable experience preparing and verifying personnel forms.Some experience troubleshooting personnel processing problems.Typically, incumbents have held lower level personnel related positions.
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