Perform a variety of specialized, complex activities in the coordination of Human Resources (HR) for a large department. Strong emphasis on proactive problem resolution and departmental communications.
Plan, coordinate, and participate in HR related programs and activities. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein. recommendations or conclusions. Investigate, document, and resolve HR problems and issues. Serve as a primary contact for routine HR-related inquiries from managers and staff. Research and respond to issues. Escalate more complex inquiries to the appropriate resource. Interpret Duke HR policies and procedures, entity procedures and applicable laws. Consult with managers, providing guidance and education on appropriate compliance. Coordinate the recording and maintenance of HR and Payroll data, and the generation and distribution of related reports and information (HR metrics, data requests,etc.). Conduct preliminary analyses of data, setting forth progress and adverse trends. Provide input into any Review all personnel forms for completeness, accuracy, timing, and conformity to budget and policy guidelines. Assist in the preparation and distribution of communications to managers, staff and job candidates (offer letters, publications, education materials, etc.). Maintain liaison with HR representatives, Payroll representatives and others across Duke as necessary to obtain and provide information.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
BUDGET PROJECTIONS DUKE ACCOUNTING SYSTEM PERSONNEL PRACTICES DUKE PAYROLL SYSTEM ANALYZE TRENDS PC WORDPROCESSING SOFTWARE PC SPREADSHEET SOFTWARE STATISTICAL REORTING INTERVIEWING SKILLS STATISTICAL ANALYSIS CUSTOMER SERVICE OFFICE PROCEDURES CORRESPONDENCE DATA VERIFICATION PC DATABASE MGT SOFTWARE
Work requires knowledge of basic communications, research and education. mathematical principles normally acquired through a high school
Work requires the ability to review, maintain, research, and report on OR ANEQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE human resource and payroll information/activities generally acquired through five years of related experience.
Degrees, Licensures, Certifications
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