Reporting to that Director of Human Resources and Faculty Affairs, the HR & Faculty Affairs Administrative Coordinator supports the mission, vision, and values of the College of Dental Medicine.
Assist with routine Faculty Affairs and Human Resources tasks.
Perform routine data entry.
Maintain faculty and staff database and generate reports.
Assist with the on-boarding of incoming faculty and staff, including establishing access to e-mail, clinical software and other CDM systems.(Ii.e Uni/CWID, etc)
Review HR personnel files and input all new hire documents and compliance completion documents in the files.
Follow up on any missing items.
Draft memos and letters to faculty and staff as directed.
Communicate with assigned manager on progress of projects assigned.
Prepares HR transactions for new hires, promotions, transfers, leaves, lay-offs and terminations for administrative, support staff, and casual employees. Troubleshoots and follows up on routine HR related matters. Works closely with Central HR/Service Corp. on disability/ workers compensation/ unemployment claims and leave of absences (e.g., medical, FMLA, etc.) transactions.
Oversees HR ticketing system assignments
Manages Time off logs.
Generates department reports upon request.
Reviews applicant tracking process in Talentlink for administrative and support staff positions and schedules interviews,
Assists in the hiring and onboarding process for CDM new hires.
Other duties as assigned.
Requires a bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus three years of related experience.
Additionally, the HR Coordinator must have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Attention to detail a must. Must be able to work both independently and as a member of a Team.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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