Human Resources Administrative Assistant Jobs Vacancy in Easter Seals Chicago Hillside
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Human Resources Administrative Assistant Jobs Vacancy in Easter Seals Chicago Hillside Jobs Details:
- Assist in the implementation of service/management systems to ensure consistent adherence to Head Start human resources standards for all internal Easterseals staff.
- Coordinate with the Human Resources & Professional Development Manager and Human Resources department to post advertisements for open positions.
- Assist the Human Resources & Professional Development Manager with coordinating pre/post-hire personnel procedures/orientation, including onboarding, for new HS/EHS staff.
- Assist in the provision of ongoing technical support and scheduling reminders to content area staff members on performance appraisals and professional development plans.
- Assist with the HR & Professional Development Manager in developing trainings related to human resources and HS/EHS Team staff members.
- Assist with employee follow-up regarding the FMLA and Workers Compensation process.
- Participate in the self-assessment process, community needs assessment, and strategic planning.
- Order apparel on an as needed basis.
- Assist the HR & Professional Development Manager with implementing a system to ensure that all required HR information is entered into COPA in a timely manner.
- Participate with the HR team to implement a system that will ensure all personnel actions are compiled monthly for presentation to the Parent Policy Committee and/or Parent Policy Council.
- Assist the HR & Professional Development Manager to ensure that all Head Start/Early Head Start employees, consultants and office staff involved in the Head Start/Early Head Start program have complete HR files as required by the Head Start Performance Standards and Head Start Act, DCFS, Easterseals and, as applicable, DFSS.
- Assist in the submission of monthly reports and tracking to the Assistant Director of Program Operations and Senior Assistant Director on the status of all HR information at the sites, goals, outcomes, and challenges.
- Maintain and update Intact database.
- Communicate with the Administrative Services Human Resources department to ensure all policies and procedures are being followed.
- Co-develop and implement a system to monitor HR files for all HS/EHS personnel in the Chicago and Suburban offices.
- Implement reflective and relationship-based practices.
- Assist the Human Resources & Professional Development Manager to develop a training plan and an ongoing supportive environment within the HR department.
- All other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s Degree in human resources, or related field preferred.
- Associate’s Degree in Business or related field with 5 years of administrative experience in a Head Start or Early Childhood program.
- MS Office
- Valid driver’s license.
- Auto insurance.
- Reliable vehicle.
- Able to work well with all levels of the organization, partner sites, other agencies and funding source personnel.
- Able to manage multiple projects.
- Well organized, highly detail oriented and accuracy driven.
- Excellent interpersonal, and organizational skills.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
ADA: Easterseals will make reasonable accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disability Act of 1990. Unless exempted by the Americans with Disabilities Act, all persons hired for this position are required to possess the ability to perform the physical tasks necessary to treat clients, i.e., bending, floor-sitting, etc., as well as to have the ability to lift up to 50 pounds frequently.