Human Resources Coordinator for a Leading Charter School Organization

Our client is a leading charter school organization dedicated to transforming the face of public education in historically under-served areas. They are known for providing an empowering support network, innovative and customized teaching methods, and outreach. They are seeking a Human Resources Coordinator who will support the HR Department and company's employees. This person will play a key role in all daily transactions, resolve moderately complex to difficult issues in close partnership with and guidance from HR leadership, and provides support for diverse projects and initiatives. This is an excellent opportunity to explore the HR realm from the “front lines” and develop into an HR professional and leader.
- Provide employees with accurate, consistent and timely responses and solutions regarding HR related questions and issues, including questions regarding employee benefits
- Monitor and respond to HR inbox emails within 48 hours or less
- Identify trends in employee questions and propose proactive solutions
- Process day-to-day HR transactions including, but not limited to new employee hiring, salary scale placement, employee and volunteer file management, verifications of experience, job changes, employee separations, mandatory trainings, and volunteer processing
- Track Workday transactions and business processes to ensure completion of tasks required by managers and employee as self
- Support the administrative processing of benefits billing, leaves of absences, worker’s comp, unemployment claims, pension, union membership and credentials
- Assist with authorizer and other audits as assigned
- Maintain employee personnel files
- Bachelor’s degree is required from an accredited college or university
- 1-3 years of HR experience (Workday HRIS system knowledge is a plus) and the desire to develop into an HR professional
- Excellent communication, interpersonal and customer service skills
- Strong computer literacy skills, including but not limited to a proficiency in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.)
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and apply effective change management strategies to navigate the culture effectively
- Experience in education, especially in public K-12, a plus
- Desire for personal and professional growth, with a passion for helping the organization reach its goal of supporting academia in disadvantaged areas
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