<p>Position provides general HR support for SUA and Student Life departments. Position is responsible for providing training and development for staff and student employees by planning, organizing and evaluating orientation, training programs and materials. Position coordinates the staff hiring process. The HR Generalist reports to the Assistant to the Director.<br /><br />DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:<br /><br />Training and development – (45%)<br />• Develop, deliver and evaluate training on the Student Development Outcomes (SDO) to supervisors and student employees<br />• Coordinate the administration of the SDO survey, performance reviews and exit survey for student employees. Maintains connections to student employee alumni<br />• Evaluates the effectiveness of the Student Development Outcomes program and make recommendations for improvement through annual assessment and development of materials to promote the program in SUA and beyond<br />• Stay current on information in the field of student development and incorporate into student processes<br />• Assist with creation and review of departmental HR processes and guidelines by analyzing current internal practices and incorporating best external practices<br />• Coordinate professional development sessions at staff meetings, retreats or training sessions<br />• Develop, deliver and evaluate the hiring and staff on-boarding process to search committees and hiring managers<br />• Supervises the HRD Intern; responsible for student departmental orientation, training students on SDOs, provide informal learning tools and plan student recognition<br /><br />Recruitment and selection – (40%)<br />• Coordinate the staff hiring process; assist supervisors with updating and posting job descriptions; develop recruitment and selection methods for candidates; conduct interviews, prepare candidate job offers<br />• Oversee the administrative support of the search committee process<br />• Coordinate the hiring new adjunct instructors for Student Life departments<br /><br />Policy interpretation and guidance – (15%)<br />• Manages policy and compliance related to University and SUA HR policies and processes; initiates and responds to inquiries concerning hiring, contracts and polices that govern each employee group<br />• Advise supervisors on student employee performance management issues<br />• Provide back-up to entering and updating employee appointments in PeopleSoft, conducting staff I-9 and background checks; provide assistance with processing pay rate changes as needed<br /><br />Other duties as assigned<br /> </p>
<div><strong>Essential Qualifications: </strong><br />Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, or a related field, with two years of professional HR related work experience; or a combination of related education and professional HR work experience to equal 6 years. </div><div>Experience fostering an inclusive environment and appreciation of differences in the workplace. </div><div>Excellent communication skills; an ability to interact effectively and establish cooperative working relationship with people at all levels of the organization. </div><p><strong>Preferred Qualifications:</strong><br />Experience with providing developmental opportunities to others. Understanding of student development. Experience delivering training. University of Minnesota knowledge and experience with University HR policies. Demonstrated commitment of supporting principles of equal opportunity and affirmative action to achieve a diverse workforce.</p>
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