High Confidentiality Level: Manages confidential information discreetly. Reports relevant issues immediately.
Managing Work: Managing a variety of responsibilities at the same time and achieving results on time. Uses considerable judgment, independent action and initiative to analyze and resolve problems and make or develop recommendations. Demonstrates high levels of organization and attention to detail. Taking responsibility for decision, actions and results. Making effective decisions under the pressure of time and with limited information. Involving others in identifying problems opportunities and developing solutions.
Communicating: Communicating effectively with people at all levels in the organization. Communicating clearly and candidly; avoiding vagueness, ambiguity, and mixed messages. Giving specific, timely feedback to manager and others so we can work together more effectively. Contributing to an enthusiastic, positive work climate; energizing others. Gaining respect quickly; building trust and credibility.
Project Management: Developing plans for accomplishing objectives; monitoring status and providing regular status updates. Seeking contextual parameters to further one understands before going forward with project tasks. Gathering and giving relevant information to others in a timely manner. Following through with commitments made to others. Recognize the broader implications of a project; doing all that should be done, not just as directed.
Learning and adapting: Remaining productive during periods of ambiguity, uncertainty and change.
Demonstrating a willingness to take on new challenges, responsibilities, and assignments. Proactively utilizing slower periods to improve work and or work environment; equipment maintenance, archiving, general organization, etc.
Quality and Customer Focus: Continuously looking for ways to simplify and improve work processes to achieve better results. Determining the real needs of HR colleagues and employees by asking the right questions, listening, and confirming before acting. Seeking input from HR colleagues and employees to continuously improve performance.
§ BS/BA Degree preferred Human Resource Management or related field
§ (5) five to (7) seven years Benefits administration work experience.
§ Must read, write, and understand Advanced English.
- Knowledge of Spanish, Creole, Cantonese, Portuguese or Italian is a plus, as large percent of employees speak other languages.
§ Effective interfacing with internal leadership, front-line employees, and external vendors.
§ Self-starter capable of working independent.
§ Excellent planning and organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and carry projects to completion.
§ Ability to work with multiple operations and multiple tasks concurrently.
§ Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and Microsoft Outlook
§ Regular and predictable attendance is essential for this position
§ Must be authorized to work in the USA.