Human Resource Assistant Recruitment
And Training Plan
Candice M. Gibbs
OMM 618 Human Resources Management
Dr. Robert DeYoung
May 12, 2014
Recently I have been promoted to the HR Management role for the local company I work for. As I take on my new role, I am building HR Assistant recruitment and training business plan for the replacement of my previous position. The HR Assistant will be responsible assisting me with the recruiting, hiring, and employee retention. In addition, my assistance will comply with company procedures and policies. This business plan expresses the job duties, responsibilities, qualifications, test, and other required assets needed for the position. Job Analysis:
Date Posted: 5/12/14
Job Title: HR Assistant
Hours: 8:00A.M. to 5:00P.M., M-F
Department: Human Resource
Pay Rate: $16.50-20.95/hr
Reports to: HR Manager
Position Type: Full Time
A local company is looking for a full-time (5 days a week) Human Resource Assistant position. In this role, you will be assisting the HR Manager directly with all the day-to-day functions. HR Assistant is to provide administrative support to the HR Manager on all personnel matters and assist with payroll processing. In addition, HR Assistant will assist HR Manager with departmental development, HRIS, employee relations, training and development, benefits, compensation, organization development, executive administration, and employment. Responsibilities:
Perform customer service functions for employee inquires and request. Verify I-9 documentation and maintains books current.
Conducts benefits enrollment for all new employees.
Assist with processing termination.
Assist with processing paperwork of new employees and terminations. Schedule meetings and interview requested by HR Manager
Fill paperwork and other office tasks.
Proper record keeping.
Welcomes new employees to the organization by conducting orientation. Provides payroll information by collecting time and attendance records. Submits employee data reports by assembling, preparing, and analyzing data. Maintains employee information by entering and updating employment and status-change. Provides secretarial support by organizing work, answering the telephone, relaying messages, and maintaining equipment and supplies. Maintains employee confidence and protects operations by keeping human resource information confidential. Maintains technical knowledge by attending educational workshops. Contributes to team effort.
Position (percentage of time in position)
Walking 30% of time
Lifting 10% of time
Sitting 60% of time
Work Conductions (percentage of time)
Office Environment 100%
Four year college (Bachelor’s Degree)
Minimum of 1-2 year of HR department experience.
Use of human resources information systems (HRIS).
Proficiency in the use of computer software packages including MS Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint. Good oral and written communication skills.
Good organizational skills.
Ability to work within groups and alone.
Pre-Interview Phone Screen
List people to be included to call:
1. Are you able to perform the basic skills desired for the position? 2. Do you have prior experience with HRIS?
3. Will you be able to work overtime?
4. Are you capable to take on HR manager duties in absence of HR manager? 5. How soon are you available to start for the position?
If applicant pass pre-interview questionnaire, confirm email address to administer online assessment test.
Assessment Test – Online Assessment Pre-Screening Test/Interview Who will be tested?
Candidates that will take the test are those who meet the requirements and qualifications based on the acquired application. In addition, candidates must pass the...
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