Apply for the position of HR Associate at Orbis!
The HR Associate will provide administrative and logistical support across all global HR functions. The position should also support US employee benefits and payroll administration. This role provides an opportunity to learn about the HR profession and to gain foundational skills that support a career in HR.
Orbis is an international non-profit that brings people together to fight avoidable blindness.
Responsibilities manage the orientation, enrollment, changes, as well as termination of US-paid employees for employee benefits and payroll. Serve as the primary liaison with employees, vendors, other internal units, and various insurance carriers ensuring prompt and efficient response. Serve as the primary liaison and contact for HRIS (ADP) as well as other HR systems Also, ensure accurate and up-to-date records. Ready activity reporting, employee data and metrics, and other requested information and metrics. Offer training and recommendations to ensure efficient and productive use of platforms. In addition organize, maintain, and audit global human resource files, records, and documentation Identify opportunities to increase efficiency and keep abreast of evolving trends and potential impact at Orbis. Manage the delivery of the HR intranet pages and SharePoint to ensure easily accessible, current, and accurate information for employees, HR practitioners, and the global HR team. Serve as the primary point of contact for HR pages and SharePoint sites. Provide support to ensure effective delivery of HR functions efforts such as orientation and performance management, and routine administrative tasks are addressed. Serve as a responsive, informed, and proactive member of the global HR team. Moreover, coordinate team meetings and other appointments and ready report outs, PowerPoint decks, etc.
Requirements Bachelor’s degree or equivalent education & experience Prior exposure to a diverse, multi-cultural work environment. In addition, working knowledge of HRIS, HRMS, and/or ATS, preferred. SKILLS & ABILITIES Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to manage sensitive and confidential situations with tact, professionalism, and diplomacy. Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English. Rigorous attention to detail, ensuring accuracy when working with numbers as well as proofreading reports and materials. Ability to work well with deadlines and effectively multi-task and manage a broad spectrum of detail-oriented responsibilities with the appropriate sense of urgency, shifting priorities as needed. In addition, proactive about initiating new ways to strengthen processes
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