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HR Generalist (Bilingual)

HR Generalist (Bilingual)

HRPivot is a growing boutique human resources consulting firm with a unique business model that provides our clients professional human resources support tailored to their needs.  The HR Generalist will serve as the onsite (sometimes remote) face of Human Resources (in conjunction with the HR Account Management team) on providing exceptional customer service, professional human resources support, and deliverables to an assigned portfolio of clients.   

Primary Job Responsibilities:  (summary reflects job duties which may vary by client’s needs)

  • Responsible for full cycle recruiting activities (including attending job fairs, creating and updating, job postings, screening resumes, scheduling and conducting interviewing, ATS management, daily, maintaining communication with candidates, managing pre-screening activities, drafting and issuing offers packages)
  • Responsible for performing a variety of human resource generalist support duties (i.e. report generation, employee and client file audit and maintenance, and new hire onboarding and benefits enrollment activities, payroll processing, etc.)
  • Assists with development of a variety of HR policies, procedures and programs to fit the needs of the client, including employee handbooks, policies, training, job descriptions, etc.
  • Completes new hire documentation, orientation/onboarding, including I-9 and E-Verify
  • Assists with benefits administration (i.e. includes enrollment activities, processing of COBRA)
  • Assists with HR Compliance audits, Exit Interviews  and Engagement Surveys to include generating report of findings
  • Processes employment verifications and unemployment claim responses
  • Provides coaching and guidance on employee relations issues (in partnership with assigned HR Account Management)
  • Assists with HRIS system conversion projects
  • Maintains and Updates HRP Client and Team Project Management Tool
  • Assists with development and delivery of training on a variety of HR related topics
  • Reviews and modifies job descriptions
  • Performs other ad hoc tasks and projects as required.

Education/Work Experience Requirements:

  • Must be Bilingual in Spanish
  • Minimum of High School Diploma or equivalent, AND
  • Minimum of three (3) years of prior HR work experience in a generalist capacity, AND
  • Experience working with multiple HRIS, Payroll, ATS and/or Project Management Tools 
  • Degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, Business, Finance or related field preferred.

Job Requirements

  • Must have demonstrated proficiency with MS Office Suite (specifically Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint) and Google for business applications required
  • Excellent organizational skills, comfortable handling and juggling multiple priorities required
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills; and Ability to interact with all levels of employees and clients
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines
  • Problem solver with strong attention to detail and accuracy
  • Demonstrated strong work ethic and capable of maintaining confidential information
  • Must be a Self-starter with the ability to work with little supervision and deal with ambiguity
  • Must be able to work outside of normal work hours if needed  (MUST BE ABLE TO WORK Sunday to Thursday work shift to support business needs)
  • Must be able to travel (may include out of state) to provide account management support (up to 10%)
  • Knowledge and Federal and State employment related laws
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