HRIS Administrator

Human ResourcesHuman Resources Dalton, Georgia


Hamilton Health Care System, Inc.

Job Description and Performance Standards


Title:   HRIS Administrator 55951XXXX

Department:  Human Resources

Reports To:  Director, Human Resources 

Shift: 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday

Status: Full Time



The HRIS Administrator is responsible for the overall successful operation and support of all Human Resources Information Systems. This includes user support, user set-up, reporting, analysis, systems administration, implementation, integration, and trouble shooting.   This role monitors data integrity and assists in HR compliance audits. The HRIS Administrator drives continuous improvement within HRIS operations by enthusiastically tackling all requests, tasks, and problems to ensure user satisfaction by identifying and implementing technology solutions.  The HRIS Administrator creates and maintains documentation of reporting processes and training guides for end users that make the system training and navigation simple and easy. Provides training and learning assistance on important technology and systems. The HRIS Administrator will demonstrate thorough knowledge of various HRIS platforms, including all systems that the HR Team uses for core functions (HRIS, Performance Management, Recruiting, Benefits, etc.).  Assists clients in defining appropriate HR/HRIS needs, challenges and technology solutions. The HRIS Administrator will assist other HR Team members and organizational associates with various projects and tasks as needed.  This role requires maintaining rigorous professional standards for client, associate, and organizational confidentiality.

Known for its advanced care and personalized service, Hamilton Health Care System offers innovative treatment options in state-of-the-art facilities while maintaining a compassionate, friendly and tranquil healing environment. The purpose of Hamilton Health Care System Associates is to serve with compassion demonstrating core values of professionalism, respect, integrity, diligence and excellence


Education:  Bachelor’s Degree with course work in HR Information Systems, Computer Science, IT, HR Management, Business Administration or other related field.

Experience:  Minimum five (5) years of experience in a dedicated HRIS role supporting multiple HR systems required.  Health Care setting strongly preferred.  Comprehensive knowledge in HR areas such as: payroll, onboarding, employee relations, training and development, benefits administration/enrollment, leave administration, compliance strongly preferred. Demonstrated experience in HR processes, query and reporting required.

Skills:  Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills to effectively interact with internal and external customers.  Superior customer service skills displayed with every customer interaction, increasing satisfaction and confidence.  Ability to receive and process client requests and provide comprehensive and creative solutions in an accelerated manner.  Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding all documents, materials, communications, and systems.  Ability to understand and follow documented procedures, instructions, laws, and policies.  Ability to project a positive and professional image on behalf of the organization, while contributing to a positive team environment.  Familiarity with HR policies.

Expert level skills in electronic systems, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Email, and HRIS systems.  Highly technical understanding of HRIS software.  Ability to perform data entry with accuracy, speed and meticulous attention to detail to ensure zero errors.

Ability to work a flexible schedule to ensure maximum value is received by the end users of the systems and products supported.





Works in a typical office setting.  Position requires a large amount of time working at a computer screen and also requires the ability to lift, push, bend and stoop as necessary.  Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds at times. Requires attendance in virtual and in-person meetings. Requires walking to different departments in the organization. Requires full range of body motion including manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination.  Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range.  Works with several members of the department, which requires ability to prioritize and coordinate concurrent projects.  May be required to work a flexible schedule.