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HUMAN RESOURCES (HR) REPRESENTATIVE 2, Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE), to provide responsive, transparent support to the HR function in a large interdisciplinary laboratory. Responsibilities include preparing academic/non-academic appointments and change transactions; coordinating and preparing visa paperwork/documentation; coordinating complex research appointments; designing, creating, and analyzing regular ad-hoc reports on HR data; collecting and tracking performance and salary review materials for academic appointments; preparing letters, memos, and other correspondence on a variety of job-related topics; resolving and following up on payroll/pay issues; preparing non-academic hires and transaction changes; preparing new hire paperwork; reviewing and processing all HR forms; maintaining and updating department e-mail lists; organizing and overseeing community-building events; providing advice on routine to mildly complex HR matters; acting as a liaison with central HR; responding to inquiries; gathering information in support of compensation assessments/changes; coordinating/confirming that annual forms and/or trainings are completed; creating and maintaining HR records and databases; supporting onboarding process; and performing other duties and projects as assigned.
Job Requirements REQUIRED: high school diploma or its equivalent; five years' administrative or HR experience; working knowledge of Excel, Word, PowerPoint, internet, e-mail/calendaring, and database and reporting software; strong interpersonal, customer service, organizational, problem-solving, and verbal and written communication skills; discretion and judgment with confidential issues; flexible approach to the workload; and attention to detail. Must be able to work independently and as part of a team; build internal and external relationships; see issues from a variety of vantage points; and prioritize, juggle, and complete multiple assignments/tasks in a fast-paced environment with frequent interruptions and competing priorities. PREFERRED: bachelor's degree and MIT or higher education experience. Job #21359-6
A hybrid work schedule will be considered for this position.
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