Tuesday, September 10, 2013

HR Assistant with Salt Lake Community Action Program



About:
Salt Lake Community Action Program is a not-for-profit organization that provides a wide range of services aimed at helping low-income people become self-sufficient.
Our Mission: To eliminate the paradox of poverty in our affluent society.
Our Purpose:  To create programs that empower low-income people to enhance the quality of their lives by having them design and implement strategies that will create solutions to their problems.


Summary:  
This is an entry level position responsible for human resource information and recordkeeping to include: employment verifications, unemployment claims, worker compensation, OSHA 300, data entry, data integrity, reports, and employee files, etc.  Staffing duties include: job posting, manage staffing email box, setting up interviews, drug screen/background checks. E-verify, and new hire paperwork, etc.  Position works closely with the HR Generalist, Payroll Coordinator, employees and various outside agencies.  Bi-lingual English/Spanish greatly preferred.

Skills:
  • Excellent English language written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficiency using databases, Microsoft office and internet research
  • Working knowledge of standard office equipment
  • Display excellent customer service skills

Education/Training/Experience: 
  • High school diploma required, associate degree preferred.  
  • Minimum of 1 year prior experience working in high volume HR office required.  
  • Working knowledge of Sage ABRA HRMS and Crystal Reports a plus. 

Wage:  $12.27 - $14.64 depending on experience and education

Benefits:  We offer a comprehensive benefit package including: health, dental, short term and long term disability insurance, life insurance, retirement plan; vacation, sick leave, and holidays.


HOW TO APPLY
Visit our website for additional information including job description and application can be found at www.slcap.org under JOBS.


Patti Timm, SPHR | Director of Human Resources 
Salt Lake Community Action Program



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