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Talent Coordinator

Position Summary

The Talent Coordinator acts as a generalist across the Talent, Culture & Human Resources department, leading projects, identifying and promoting best practices, and serving as a first point of contact for new employees, as well as current staff. This position is highly collaborative with cross functional colleagues, and works closely with Foundation leadership.

Core Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  1. Promote and demonstrate respect, collaboration, and friendly customer service in all working relationships.
  2. Execute onboarding and offboarding procedures.
  3. HRIS management, including: pay changes, new hire entry and reporting.
  4. Execute payroll processes in conjunction with with the Internal Operations Accountant and Assistant Director of Talent, Culture & HR.
  5. Talent acquisition of temporary, part-time employees. Talent acquisition of full-time employees may be required during increased times of recruitment.
  6. Administration of KSUF benefits programs, including: explanation of benefits to new employees, assisting new employees in the benefits enrollment process, and answering benefits related questions to current staff.
  7. Train new employees on HR softwares.
  8. Ensure legal compliance by monitoring applicable human resource federal and state requirements.
  9. Consult, facilitate and provide resolution strategies for employee relations issues.
  10. Assist with planning and execution of employee engagement activities and creation of internal communications.

Requirements:                      

  • 2-3 years experience in a professional office.
  • Proficient use of programs in the Microsoft Office suite.
  • Excellent planning, time management, communication, organization and interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent problem-solving skills and a positive can-do attitude.
  • A valid motor vehicle operator's license and acceptable driving record required.

Travel:                       

  • No travel required.

Physical Demands:               

  • Work is primarily sedentary. Must be able to sit for long periods of time. May require occasional physical exertion such as long periods of sitting or standing; recurring bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching, or similar activities.

Desired Skills & Experience:                                   

  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources preferred.
  • Experience in or knowledge of higher education fundraising.
  • HR certifications (i.e. PHR).
  • Ability to learn new software and processes at a quick pace.
  • Service-oriented, results-driven and team oriented.
  • Ability to meet deadlines and follow through on projects.
  • Passion and enthusiasm for the university, the mission of the Foundation and talent management.
  • Driven and hardworking.
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