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HUMAN RESOURCES (HR) ADMINISTRATOR , School of Engineering (SOE) , to serve as a temporary HR administrator for units in transition. Will provide effective management of HR activities for administrative, other academic, support staff, and postdocs for departments, labs, and centers (DLCs) within the SOE; counsel and advise senior leadership and staff on human resources matters, including personnel policy interpretation and administration, performance management, compensation, employee relations, and DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion); oversee management of F1 and J1 visa processing; and generate and collaborate on developing creative solutions to complex problems, which may include working effectively with a diverse cross section of individuals or groups in a variety of situations.
Job Requirements REQUIRED : bachelor's degree; at least four years of HR experience; working knowledge of federal, state, and local employment laws and current HR principles and practices; ability to ace as a liaison on visa-related issues; ability to follow through on tasks; excellent organizational, customer service, interpersonal, and verbal and written communication skills; initiative; meticulous attention to detail; ability to work both independently and as part of a team; discretion and good judgment with confidential information; and proficiency with Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Adobe Acrobat. Seek a hands-on manager with demonstrated effective supervisory experience. PREFERRED : experience with MIT SAPgui, QuickBase, Cognos, applicant tracking systems (e.g., PeopleFluent); and SPHR or PHR certification. Job #20409-8
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