The Human Resources (HR) Junior Partner, acting as an HR subject matter expert, will serve as the HR primary point of contact for the Anthropology; Languages, Literatures, and Cultures; Political Science; and History departments within the College of Liberal Arts. This person is a specialized human resources professional responsible for the development, oversight and management of individualized departmental recruitment strategies, researching and implementing effective employee retention strategies, performance management, onboarding and employee lifecycle management, professional development programs, internal compensation processes, and HR change processing. This person also serves in an advisory capacity to key constituents including department chairs on HR initiatives and programs. This position requires a wide-range of knowledge of varied human resources practices and policies, including a working knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations, as well as the ability to interpret and implement University and College regulations and policies for overall compliance. This position requires the application of professional HR knowledge and theory in a complex and ever changing environment. This person will report to the Human Resources Officer in the College of Liberal Arts and will be asked to create, manage, and be accountable not only department-wide HR initiatives, but to collaborate on college initiatives, as well. Successful candidates will have a strong work ethic and an internal customer focus.
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