This position exists to assist in maintaining recordkeeping systems including filing, scanning, importing/indexing a variety of documents into the Electronic Document Management System (EDMS) and provide support to Human Resources staff in accessing and maintaining files. In addition, the incumbent will work on special projects as assigned, which may include, obtaining completed forms (Position Description, First Day Paperwork, etc.), field general benefits queries, and drafting standard email templates.
(To be eligible for appointment as a Student Worker, you must be a student enrolled in an educational program or planning to enroll within three months. Students may be “off” for the summer or for one semester/quarter and remain employed as a student worker, but such absences cannot exceed one semester/quarter in a year. As a student, you must be enrolled in high school or in a post-secondary or graduate program. If a student is enrolled at a credit-granting institution, they must carry at least six semester (nine quarter) credits. If enrolled at a non-credit granting institution or one that only offers one credit per class, a student must be taking two or more classes per semester/quarter. Any lesser credit (class) load shall be treated as a semester/quarter off. Graduate students must be enrolled in at least two courses or making progress on a dissertation. You will be asked to complete an Educational Verification form prior to appointment.)
Strong interest in and/or working towards a degree in Human Resources or related field
Experience and/or knowledge of electronic file management systems and softwares
Experience with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook
Knowledge of Data Practices.
Ability to handle and maintain confidential information in a professional manner
Ability to work in a team environment yet independently when needed
Effective communication, writing, computer, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills
|State of Minnesota
|Human Resource Jobs
|Human Resources Student Worker
|1602 - 1987 | $ / Monthly
|2023-01-25 3:21 pm