Human Resources Coordinator Duties and Responsibilities
Purpose of Classification:
Performs complex and technically difficult human resource work,
which may include supervising other human resource professionals.
Duties may involve establishing basic operating policies and
procedures, coordinating a program and/or developing new or revised
procedures and methods for a specialized area or areas of human
resource administration such as employment, compensation,
classification, employee relations, benefits and/or training.
fourth in a series of five classifications.
Examples of Duties:
- Hires, coaches, reviews, supervises, and terminates assigned
employees, or makes effective suggestions and recommendations
that are given particular weight regarding the employment status
of assigned employees.
- Recommends and assists in the development and implementation
of institutional human resource policies, rules, procedures and
- Investigates proposed legislation related to specialized
areas and makes recommendations for compliance.
- Advises departments regarding policy and rule
interpretations, staffing and related personnel problems;
counsel applicants and employees on human resource policies,
rules and procedures.
- Conducts research, analysis and studies on issues and
problems related to specialized functional areas and develops
program proposals or recommends solutions.
- Provides advice and direction to management on the
appropriate disciplinary action, including the preparation of
documentation; investigates, mediates and proposes settlements
of employee complaints and grievances.
- Reviews and approves classification audits; develops
specialized wage and salary surveys and advises management on
salaries for new hires, promotions and reclassification.
- Represents department on intra and inter-institutional
committees dealing with classification/ compensation matters.
- Assists in recruiting, staffing, interviewing and evaluating
applicants for managerial and professional positions.
- Participates in the administration of special employment
programs; monitors employment activities for compliance with
institutional, state and federal rules, regulations and
guidelines; assists with the formulation and implementation of
internal office procedures.
- Designs and conducts comprehensive training workshops and
seminars for staff and community groups.
- Evaluates effectiveness of and reviews and updates training
programs; outlines and develops curriculum; writes and/or
supplies informational materials; monitors training budget.
- Provides guidance and counsel to management and staff on
employee benefits including insurance programs, financial
planning and retirement.
- Evaluates proposed legislation affecting the benefit
programs; disseminates information and implements appropriate
additions or changes to the benefits programs.
- Participates in the preparation of recommended budget.
- Drafts a variety of correspondence, memoranda, statistical
summaries, reports, announcements, and other materials related
to human resource administration.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Knowledge of principles, practices and standards of human
- Knowledge of the methods and procedures used in collecting,
analyzing, interpreting and reporting data.
- Knowledge of state and federal regulations in assigned area.
- Skill in both verbal and written communication.
- Skill in problem analysis and resolution.
- Skill in leading the work of others.
Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration AND four years of
professional human resources experience; OR, Eight years'
progressively responsible human resource experience; OR, Any
equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which
comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
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