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HUMAN RESOURCES COORDINATOR, Mechanical Engineering (MechE), to provide human resources (HR) services and support. Responsibilities will include advising faculty and staff on HR policies, procedures, and best practices; collaborating on the development of HR activities, policies, strategies, and annual department goals; managing postdoctoral, visitor, and affiliate appointments, including onboarding, orientation, securing visas, obtaining annual reviews, processing HR transactions, and offboarding; participating in the development and implementation of programs and processes that promote a diverse and inclusive workforce; working with faculty and staff to ensure the timely processing of appointment extensions; maintaining and communicating updates to postdoctoral scholars and affiliate appointment policies/procedures; monitoring and conducting periodic equity reviews for postdoctoral scholars and ensuring compliance with NIH funding requirements; creating HR reports and auditing data to ensure compliance; ensuring HR activities, records, forms, and procedures are compliant; coordinating the Outside Professional Activities reporting process; and performing related duties and completing special projects as assigned.
REQUIRED: bachelor's degree; two years of HR experience; general knowledge of the HR function, including employment law, recruitment, employee relations, compensation, and onboarding; ability to keep up-to-date on and consistently apply HR policy, regulations, procedures, and employment law; support for MIT's commitment to diversity and serving diverse constituents; excellent organizational, analytical, active listening, problem-solving, interpersonal and communication skills; initiative; flexibility; attention to detail; ability to work effectively with others at all levels, prioritize, handle multiple tasks simultaneously, and work independently and as part of a team; discretion and good judgment with confidential information; and proficiency with Microsoft Office, SAP, Cognos, and Peoplefluent (or similar ATS software). Job #22165-6
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