HR Operations Specialist

University Health Care System Augusta , GA 30903

Posted 3 weeks ago

Responsibilities

Supports the HR Staff/Recruiting staff by analyzing/processing all HR transactions and paperwork via Kronos, to include follow-up when necessary. Performs report analysis using various reporting tools which may include Word, Excel, database reports, etc.

Must have critical thinking and analysis skills to alert HR Management of possible problems and/or trends in HR paperwork and processes. Advises other HR staff and hospital management staff as to proper HR processes and procedures. In conjunction with the HR Operations Manager, reviews current processes and practices, making suggestions for improvements, and following through with the implementation of those changes.

Documents processes in the HR Operations Process Manual, revising as necessary. May serve in a lead capacity when Manager is unavailable.

Qualifications

EducationHigh School Diploma required. Bachelor's degree preferred.

Licensure/CertificationN/A

Experience

High School Diploma and four (4) years of data entry experience required preferably in a Human Resources related area, (i.e. employment, benefits, compensation, employee relations, etc.) Experience in Kronos, spreadsheet design, formula application, database administration, is preferred.

Associate's Degree and two (2) years of experience required in data entry preferably in a Human Resources related area, (i.e. employment, benefits, compensation, employee relations, etc.) Experience in Kronos, spreadsheet design, formula application, database administration, is preferred.

Bachelor's Degree with no experience required.

Knowledge, skills, abilities

Demonstrates proficiency in multiple software applications including word processing, relational databases, and electronic spreadsheets.

Demonstrated knowledge of HR issues and trends, along with the ability to apply new concepts and changes as they relate to University HR policies and practices.

Demonstrated knowledge of principles of customer service and customer satisfaction.

Ability to maintain confidentiality of data at all times.

Ability to think critically, prioritize multiple responsibilities, meets deadlines, and accomplishes detailed work with accuracy and clarity.

Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with all levels of personnel, management, and others.

Demonstrated ability to work independently, displaying initiative and versatility.

Demonstrated ability to work under stress and deal effectively with others working under stress.

Demonstrates strong organizational skills and the ability to make sound decisions.

Physical Demands

Ability to move throughout the hospital to accomplish duties. Visual ability to read records and PC 's.

Manual dexterity to enter data into and retrieve data from the computer. Ability to communicate verbally and in writing. Ability to sit for long periods of time. Ability to move moderately heavy objects (e.g., boxed of computer paper, manuals, boxes of supplies, and light equipment).



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