The Human Resources Coordinator supports the Director of Human Resources at the School of Public Health.Â The incumbent coordinates HR transactions for the Deanâ™s office and supports the administrative departments. This position focuses on providing high level HR support serving as the Workday HR Coordinator, responsible for the application and oversight of daily HR business processes, and serves as a resource to staff. This position serves as the Workday subject matter expert to assist with HR processes. This position supports recruitment, management of personnel actions and record keeping for hires, terminations, leaves of absence, promotions, transfers, coordination of training and performance management. This position needs to be familiar with HR policies. This position is expected to be customer focused and responsive to requests as they arise.
Bachelor's Degree plus 1-2 years of related experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Demonstrated proficiency with Word, Excel, and email
Excellent communication skills to be able to organize, prioritize and follow through on multiple-deadlines.
Experience with Workday preferred, but not required
The ability to function effectively and in a busy setting and manage a large volume of data
The ability to maintain confidentialityÂ andÂ showÂ discretionÂ whenÂ dealingÂ withÂ informationÂ ofÂ aÂ sensitive nature
Accurate and detail-oriented
The ability to work independently
Customer focused, learns quickly, accountable and resourceful.
Possesses a willingness and ability to support a diverse and inclusive environment
All offers of employment are contingent upon a criminal background check and education verification satisfactory to Brown University.
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Human Resources Coordinator
Public Health Administration
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