Tuesday, April 16, 2013

HR Assistant with Workers Compensation Fund (Sandy, UT)



Position
The HR department has an immediate opening for someone who can demonstrate the WCF values to join their team as an HR assistant. This is a full-time, non-exempt position that works out of WCF’s Sandy, Utah headquarters and reports to JD Ashby, AVP of HR.

Responsibilities
  • Provides excellent customer service.
  • Provides administrative support for the HR department.
  • Maintains employee personnel records and files.
  • Performs clerical duties in support of the recruiting, onboarding, benefits registration, status change, and retirement processes.
  • Performs miscellaneous office duties and delivery errands.
  • Assists with the administration of the internal Talent Development Program.

Qualifications
  • The most qualified candidate will have:
  • PHR preferred;
  • Associate’s degree preferred;
  • Two years of experience as an HR assistant;
  • Demonstrated ability to handle confidential matters appropriately;
  • Microsoft literacy and computer savvy;
  • Excellent organizational skills and punctuality;
  • Flexibility to accommodate changing workloads and assignments, and;
  • Ability to meet deadlines to maintain schedules and facilitate workflows.

Work Hours
It is imperative that the person in this position be available and willing to work a consistent 8 AM to 5 PM schedule, Monday through Friday.

Salary Range
$16 - $20 per hour

HOW TO APPLY
Opening: April 12, 2013 | Closing: April 18, 2013

Please submit cover letters and résumés to wcfjobs@wcfgroup.com

Leading Compensation | Excellent Health & Retirement Benefits | Exceptional Company Culture
On-site Workout Facility & Exercise Classes | Paid Vacation & Holidays

Jill Christensen | HR Generalist
Workers Compensation Fund
100 W. Towne Ridge Parkway, Sandy, UT 84070
p. 385.351.8004 | f. 385.351.8264
jchriste@wcfgroup.com

WCF is an equal-opportunity employer

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