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Human Resources Coordinator

Hall County

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Performs a variety of highly responsible, confidential, and complex paraprofessional, administrative, and technical tasks in various areas of Human Resources.  Provides responsible and confidential support to the Human Resources Business Partner and other areas of Human Resources with emphasis on recruitment, onboarding, employee events, personnel files and records management.


Performs various administrative support work for special projects such as researching and analyzing information and coordinating tasks; prepares accounting and statistical tables, reports, and resolutions; maintains departmental records, indexing and logs.

Assumes special projects as assigned; monitors projects to completion to assure accuracy and completion.

Answers telephone and gives specific and general information in response to public inquiries; handles requests for service, complaints, and other public contact work.

Prepares, composes, types, distributes, and files letters, forms, reports, general correspondence, and other documents related to department operations.

Assists with coordinating training opportunities and training materials.

Posts and advertises vacant positions, coordinating with relevant departments to assure postings are correct.

Reviews Public Safety applications for relevant information and required documents.

May act as department representative in special recruitments such as Firefighter, and other large recruitment efforts.

Coordinates the New Hire Process to include scheduling newly hired employees for onboarding paperwork, physicals and drug screens; explains and assists new employees with paperwork completion.

Assists with planning and coordinating a variety of events including employee appreciation activities, fund drives, health fairs, annual benefits open enrollment, and others as assigned.

Maintains department time and leave reports and enters time into web-based time system.

Coordinates department response to Open Records requests.

Operates various modern office machines necessary to perform administrative functions to include personal computers.  Coordinates maintenance of office equipment.

Provides support to the Administrative Coordinator by filling in at the front desk as needed.

Performs other relevant work as assigned.

Creates and maintains personnel records to include new hires, terminations, benefits enrollment and termination, necessary revisions and changes to employee information.

Verifies and processes personnel transactions from departments; coordinates with payroll and department staff as needed to assure transactions are accurate and complete.

Maintains files of current and former employees assuring files are complete and in compliance with legal requirements.

Monitors the timely return of performance evaluations and salary increases from County departments to Human Resources to affect merit increases. 

Researches and resolves issues regarding employee pay to assure payment of accurate salary.

Calculates and assigns new pay rates resulting from changes in pay scales.

Maintains expertise in relevant Finance and Human Resources software to include data collection, reporting systems, records systems, in order to create and run reports; ability to utilize relevant software and systems on a regular basis, as well as provide assistance to other users of the software and systems.

Provides written and verbal verifications of employment, position, and pay, in response to requests.

Coordinates with Benefits and department staff to track medical and military leave to assure employees are in correct status as to active duty.

May assist with processing various benefits invoices for payment.

Prepares a variety of documents and reports.

Provides support to the Administrative Coordinator by filling in at the front desk as needed.

Performs other relevant work as assigned.

Regular and predictable attendance is required.


Education and Experience:

Associates Degree in Business, Human Resources, or a related field, supplemented by two years administrative experience in Human Resources, or a high school diploma or GED supplemented by four years administrative experience in Human Resources.

Prior work in a Human Resources Department strongly preferred, as well as prior experience with HRIS (payroll) systems.

Must possess the following:  Good communication skills both verbal and written, ability to multi-task in a high-volume department, computer skills with experience in the Microsoft Office programs, be attentive to details and highly organized.

Any equivalent combination of education and experience, which provides the minimum level of qualifications, stated above.

Licenses and Certifications:

Current Notary Public




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