HR Coordinator

Human ResourcesHuman Resources Dalton, Georgia


Description

Hamilton Health Care System, Inc.

Job Description and Performance Standards

Title:  Human Resources Coordinator 559515302

Department:  Human Resources

Reports To:  Director, Human Resources

Shift:  8:30am-5:00pm Monday-Thursday, occasional Friday

Status:  Full Time

JOB SUMMARY

The Human Resources Coordinator is a hands-on representative of the Human Resources department whose job is to help facilitate all basic HR functions and processes.  With diverse and substantive job responsibilities, the Human Resources Coordinator works with associates, contract workers, students, leaders, and the public, making this a key position within the organization.  The HRC will also provide primary administrative support for areas within the Human Resources Department, and cross train with others to ensure consistency and continuity of all functions and services.  The HRC will be the primary first contact for anyone entering or contacting the HR Department, and will then provide assistance to answer the question/concern or route it to the appropriate party to handle.

The HRC is responsible for providing proactive and enthusiastic support for the HR VP, HR Director, HR BP, HR Generalist, HRIS, and other roles within the department.  The HRC will independently administer functions and processes with high reliability.  The HRC will use a broad range of HR knowledge to assist customers with questions and problem solving.  The HRC will actively contribute to the department-wide initiatives and priorities, including ongoing tasks as well as project support.  This support will include effectively managing multiple calendars, contacts, and tasks on a daily basis.

The HRC will also perform several administrative tasks, including organization-wide certification audits to ensure we are in compliance, tracking and auditing of organization-wide events such as service awards, and other research and analysis related to HR areas as needed.  The HRC will be responsible for upholding confidentiality in all aspects.  The HRC will expertly navigate electronic systems and records, as well as paper records, to ensure accuracy, compliance, and comprehensive data support.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS

Education:  High School Graduate or equivalent, college level study in a Human Resources related are strongly preferred.

Licensure:  Notary Public or achieves Notary Public designation within first 6 months of employment.

Experience:  Two years of experience in HR Administrative support, project management, or related role required.  Health Care setting strongly preferred.  Basic knowledge of human resources laws, regulations policies, procedures and practical applications governing the functions of Human Resources is strongly preferred.

Skills:  Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills to effectively interact with internal and external customers.  Commitment to providing excellent customer service, ability to remain calm and courteous when handling difficult calls and requests.  Ability to maintain confidentiality regarding all documents and communications.  Ability to interpret and follow documented procedures, instructions, laws, and policies.  Ability to project a positive and professional image on behalf of the organization.  Ability to work independently and efficiently on a variety of projects/tasks in a fast paced environment with multiple interruptions.

Expert skills in electronic systems, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Email, and HRIS systems.  Ability to perform data entry with accuracy, speed and meticulous attention to detail while improving efficiencies and processes. 

Ability to work a flexible schedule as needed.

ENVIRONMENTAL AND WORKING CONDITIONS
Works in a typical office setting.  Position requires a large amount of time working at a CRT screen and also requires the ability to lift, push, bend and stoop as necessary.  Requires walking to different departments in the hospital. 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.