This week, MSU Human Resources is featuring an office coordinator position (posting 730929) through the MSU College of Human Medicine – Flint.
This support staff position will directly support human resources and financial activities as directed by the Division of Public Health administrator. Responsibilities span the administration of education, research and outreach and include tasks that involve HR, Finance, Operations and Research Administration. Duties include the facilitation of request execution from Flint researchers and teams. This is done by coordinating the human resources activities and requests from all positions and classifications. The position will also complete and submit position requests for faculty, academic staff and support staff, becoming the unit resource for faculty and lead staff on position descriptions and job classifications. More HR responsibilities include tracking the entire background check and I-9 process from initiation to completion, preparing and scheduling onboarding, office spaces and technology for new hires, communicating with candidates as needed, liaising with HR for the College of Human Medicine and Central HR through the entire process and managing all bi-weekly payroll. Some of the position entails processing documentation like SAP and other HR forms including reappointments, change of status, special payment, overload and outside work for pay, performance excellence and annual review forms. Other office tasks involved with the position include budget allocation and mail distribution. For a full list of responsibilities, click here.
Applicants interested in this role should have knowledge equivalent to what would be acquired in the first two or three years of college, technical school or a related field and six months to one year of related and progressively more responsible or expansive work experience in customer service. Any other equivalent combination of education and experience is also permitted. The desired qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree in human resources, three to five years of academic human resources, familiarity with MSU and the hiring process, experience in operational administrative functions of academia, the ability to work independently, communication and collaboration skills and a working knowledge of the Microsoft Suite, including but not limited to Word, Access and Excel.
To read more about the department of this position, visit https://flintmed.msu.edu/. Learn more about the position and apply by September 14 here. Find all the latest job postings at careers.msu.edu.