The Human Resources Assistant provides administrative support to the Human Resources Department and supports the day-to-day operations of the human resources related functions and duties. The Human Resources Assistant carries out responsibilities in some or all of the following functional areas: HRIS, employee relations, orientation, training and development, benefits, compensation and employment.
To effectively perform the duties of a human resources assistant, an individual must demonstrate a number of competencies that are essential to the position including; problem solving, strong interpersonal skills, must be able to communicate clearly both written and orally and in group presentations and meetings, must be organized, thorough, and able to monitor work for quality, must be able to improve performance through management feedback.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND REQUIREMENTS
New Hire Process (Assist with orientation and processing in HRIS)
Benefits Administration (Support and participate in benefits tasks)
Record Maintenance (Creating and maintaining personnel files per State guidelines)
Workers Compensation (Assist in tracking and reporting)
Employee Relations (Respond to employment inquiries, partner with HR Generalists and HR Managers regarding employee questions and concerns.)
SPECIAL SKILLS, EDUCATION LEVEL, TRAINING
At minimum, high school graduate or G.E.D required, college degree preferred.
1-2 years prior experience in Human Resources preferred
Specialized training or certifications in Human Resources related functions preferred.
Proficiency with computers, Microsoft office products, information management systems and typing required
Additional Salary Information: Will consider experience and education to determine compensation.
Centre for Neuro Skills(CNS) is a post-acute rehabilitation program for individuals with acquired brain injuries. The program was founded in 1980, and now has four locations: Dallas, Texas, Bakersfield, Los Angeles and San Francisco, CA. Additional information about CNS programs is available at www.neuroskills.com