HR Assistant (Entry Level)

Ecom Solutions Inc. Stanford , CA 94305

Posted 2 weeks ago

Contract - 1 + Month

Role :

  • The School of Humanities and Sciences Human Resources Office is currently looking for a temporary HR Assistant to work on a project to scan all employee files into an electronic personnel file database.
  • The HR Assistant will also serve as the office receptionist, guiding visitors to the appropriate office and notifying staff when visitors arrive.
  • If time permits, the HR Assistant may also assist the HR Office in management of terminated employee files - boxing up files and moving them to storage.


  • Comfort with accessing electronic databases and updating employee personnel documents.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and effectively handle highly sensitive personal information with sound judgement, tact and discretion.
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Strong computer skills and experience using email and internet.
  • Entry level HR role.1+ years’ experience and an interest in the human resources field is desired but not required.
  • This position has little interaction in HR issues and involves highly repetitive, individual work.
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