Human Resources Coordinator

Biotronik Lake Oswego , OR 97035

Posted 2 months ago

Human Resources Coordinator

As one of the worlds leading manufacturers of cardio- and endovascular medical devices, BIOTRONIK is headquartered in Berlin, Germany, and represented in over 100 countries by its global workforce. The work of our committed, highly specialized, exceptionally skilled employees results in crucial advancements in the world of cardiology and changes the lives of patients every day.

The HR Coordinator performs a variety of administrative and coordination tasks in the HR Department. The successful candidate will be confident in their understanding of HR best practices, possess strong interpersonal skills for communicating with employees and visitors, excel at project management with strong organizational skills, and have a passion for continuous improvement. We're looking for someone with strong administrative and organizational skills, as well as an interest in human resources - ideally, someone who is able to act as a strong collaborator for our team.

This position is located in our Lake Oswego US Headquarters and reports to the BIOTRONIK HR Manager. The HR Coordinator will be joining a dynamic global medical device organization to support site business, operations, and sales leadership as a strategic partner to achieve success.

Your Responsibilities

  • Departmental administrative support, including managing employee files

  • Create new employee offers, processing, and coordination

  • Facilitation of New Employee Orientation

  • Termination processing and off-boarding

  • Interview scheduling and coordination

  • HRIS input for employee information tracking

  • Event coordination for all employee events, department team building and off-site meetings

  • Field employee questions and/or direct employee to the appropriate resource as needed

  • Other coordination tasks as assigned

Your Profile

  • 1-2 years Human Resources administrative experience preferred

  • Associate degree, preferably in HR Field (or equivalent education and work experience)

  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail

  • Excellent interpersonal skills

  • Professional written and verbal communication skills

  • Comfortable speaking in front of groups

  • Ability to multitask and prioritize workload in a dynamic environment

  • Project management skills

  • Intermediate to strong MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills

  • Previous experience with HRIS systems such as ADP preferred

What we offer

  • Developing yourself professionally through exciting tasks

  • Comprehensive health promotion

Are you interested? Please apply online through our application management system! We are looking forward to welcoming you.

Location: Lake Oswego, OR | Working hours: Full-time | Type of contract: Undefined

Apply now under:

Job ID: 30802 | Contact: Amanda Willott

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Human Resources Coordinator