Responsibility % of Essential/
Provide support in job classification and employee compensation by: 40% E
∑ Reviewing assigned job descriptions for completeness, clarity, and compliance with University policies/procedures, Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), as well as other employment and anti-discrimination laws.
∑ Making recommendations regarding job title, classification, and minimum qualifications for essential & marginal job functions.
∑ Researching, collecting and providing current results-oriented job descriptions and other position information on request.
∑ Assisting departments to identify position duties/responsibilities and evaluating assigned positions using current system of evaluation.
∑ Researching, compiling, and analyzing job analysis data for reclassifications, reassignments, etc.; making recommendations.
∑ Processing requests for supervisor set up; assisting in Position Control (PCN) maintenance.
∑ Utilizing the HR Banner system for data research and job title data integrity to include reviewing Electronic Personnel Action Forms (EPAFs) for title accuracy.
∑ Researching, compiling, and reporting compensation data for participating in compensation surveys for comparative purposes and state and federal employment reports and other related documentation.
∑ Assist in the research of internal and external market salary data, position benchmarks, and compensation.
∑ Explaining, interpreting, and applying rules, policies, and procedures.
Provide support in Human Resources Information Systems by: 40% E
∑ Reviewing and applying electronic personnel action forms (EPAFs) in compliance with established deadlines.
∑ Testing of HR forms prior to quarterly Banner upgrades.
∑ Researching and making corrections as necessary to employee job records in the HRIS.
∑ Consulting with and advising management/supervisors/HRIS users on appropriate entry.
∑ Coordinating with other HR team units for proper application of EPAFs.
∑ Monitoring and evaluating compliance with University and applicable federal, state, and agency laws, rules, policies and procedures.
∑ Following up proactively on personnel actions to ensure accurate application and necessary documentation.
Provide general HR support by: 10% E
∑ Providing support as needed in HR functional areas.
∑ Coordinating and implementing projects; monitoring project progress and deadlines.
∑ Developing and preparing memos, letters, presentations, and other documents.
∑ Respond to information requests in timely manner by email, in-person, or by telephone.
∑ Maintaining an accurate case management and tracking system for HR records and consultations.
∑ Researching, analyzing, and compiling information/data for reports.
∑ Creating procedural structures to ensure efficient, productive workflow and support systems.
∑ Researching websites, laws, and University procedures, policies and business processes as needed.
∑ Cross training with and assisting team members.
∑ Maintaining accurate and confidential files.
Contribute to team effort by: 5% M
∑ Maintaining knowledge on current developments, practices, and laws in human resources.
∑ Complete special assignments and/or projects as required.
∑ Directing work-study student(s) or temporary help.
∑ Participating in cross-functional teams and committees as appropriate.
∑ Performing other duties as assigned.
Experience in interpreting, applying and explaining complex information such as regulations, policies or laws; researching a variety of sources to identify and resolve problems or issues; using a computer to enter and retrieve complex information; working with diverse individuals from varying cultural and socio-economic backgrounds at all organizational levels.
Demonstrated ability to gather, compile, and review accurate data; setting priorities and meeting deadlines with frequent interruptions; maintain confidentiality of sensitive material; and work effectively independently and in a team.
Some knowledge of federal and/or state employment laws and regulations.
ADDITIONAL DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
∑ Bachelorís degree in Human Resources, Business, Communications, or other related field.
∑ Knowledge of job analysis methods and/or job classification concepts.
∑ Knowledge of higher education or state government personnel policies and procedures.
∑ Experience with HR Banner.
∑ Demonstrated ability to learn and navigate computer-based programs proficiently.
∑ Strong organizational skills.
∑ Strong verbal and written skills.