HR Analyst position available in School of Nursing & Health Studies of Georgetown University.
The NHS Human Resources Analyst provides support to the Director of Operation, particularly as relates to the Human Resources functions of the school. The incumbent is directly responsible for the preparation and processing of the human resources materials/transaction as related to personnel, policies, recruitment, benefits and employee relations within the School of Nursing & Health Studies. The incumbent will serve as a liaison for all SNHS faculty and staff with University HR and other medical center departments. It is important that this person be able serve the needs of each faculty and staff member to insure an accurate representation of the School is being portrayed throughout the University.
- Assists in the process of recruitment for faculty, staff, student hires, and teaching assistants from initiation to completion.
- Assists faculty members in the application process when seeking appointment or promotion.
- Works in close contact with the Medical Center Dean’s office to ensure all applications are complete and submitted by faculty review board deadlines.
- Maintains and updates internal personnel database for faculty and staff. Updates internal directories and listserves as needed.
- Prepares personnel transactions as needed on a daily basis and ensures that they are submitted to the appropriate GU departments by set deadlines.
- Ensures that all submitted personnel transactions are processed and completed accurately.
- Assists in the processing of time keeping for SNHS hourly paid employees and works with GUMC Human Resources and GU Payroll to resolve payroll problems when they arise.
- Completes other special projects as assigned by the Director of Operations.
- Contributes in a positive manner at Staff meetings and on School committees. Attends scheduled meetings, volunteers for assignments as appropriate and offers constructive input.
Qualifications and Requirements
- Bachelor’s degree in HR Management
- Minimum of 3 years administrative experience in HR functions; preferable some experience with higher education and working in a complex environment
- Proficient in Microsoft Office products and working knowledge of HR legislation (i.e., Employment Standards Act, Human Rights Act) and in legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting HR functions
- Strong organizational and office computer skills
- High level of communication skills
- Ability to coordinate multiple assignments with independence and a strong diplomatic sense for handling persons at many levels
- Able to handle basic accounting assignments such as payroll, timekeeping, leave tracking, and supervision of other support staff