The Human Resources Receptionist is responsible for creating a friendly and helpful welcome to anyone coming into the General Office Building. This position provides general administrative support to the Human Resources team.
High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED) required and a minimum of two years related experience or; an equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Display friendliness and helpfulness at all times, to Members, Guests, Visitors, Business Partners and fellow Employee Partners.
• Adhere to all Property and Department policies and procedures.
• Observe all safety and security procedures. Use equipment and material properly. Report potentially unsafe conditions.
• Be proficient in Excel, Word and PowerPoint applications.
• Ability to communicate effectively with proper grammar.
• Maintain confidentiality in all dealings.
• Converse and assist Employee Partners, Vendors, Applicants and all visitors in an outgoing and friendly manner. Focus attention on their needs and remain calm, professional and courteous at all times, even when under pressure.
• Responsible for making name tags and Employee Partner ID cards and collecting the cash as required.
• Assist with our New Hire Orientation and the completion of paperwork for our new Employee Partners.
• Handle check distributions when Employee Partners come to Human Resources.
• Handle basic administrative tasks such as filing, making copies, faxing and any other administrative responsibilities.
• Appropriately answer and make phone calls in a timely and professional manner and take messages as needed.
• Assist with Direct Deposit and Tax Forms and turn into Payroll.
• Assist the Human Resources team with special projects and tasks as assigned.
• Ability to work well under pressure, coordinating multiple tasks at any given time.
• Represent Human Resources in a professional manner and follow proper grooming standards.
• Perform other job duties as assigned.
Have the ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.