Thursday, September 12, 2013

HR Coordinator

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The Human Resources Coordinator is responsible for providing confidential administrative, operational and project support to the Human Resources Team; responds to managers and associates requests for HR materials, job information, and route to appropriate resource or other HR colleague as required.

Serves as initial contact person in the Human Resources Department, providing direction on site policies, practices and procedures.

Participates and assists with department projects and activities as requested; works with HR staff on implementation of new programs/procedures or to solicit assistance in the resolution of a HR related issue; researches and compiles information for special projects as needed; and look for opportunities to enhance the effective of site HR delivery systems.

Coordinates and schedules meetings, interviews, appointments, etc. Prepares and ensures appropriate materials are available. Creates overheads for presentations using presentation graphics software as requested. Writes, edits and proofs correspondence, reports, memos, etc.

Maintains files and records for Human Resources. Maintains, data enters and ensures the accuracy of information into assigned department databases and spreadsheets.


Ability to diplomatically communicate and respond to staff and public requests for information, materials, etc.

· Excellent writing, proofreading and editing skills.

· Ability to handle multiple projects and activities and work under pressure.

· Demonstrated ability to work with limited daily direction; and able to exercise considerable initiative to provide a variety of advanced analytical and general HR administrative tasks.

· Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet and presentation graphics software. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook preferred.

· Ability to handle sensitive documents and maintain confidentiality.

· Strong attention-to-detail skills.

· PeopleSoft, applicant tracking system (BrassRing) or other HRIS systems experience highly desirable.

2-5 years in a Human Resources experience.Complete understanding and use of human resources planning concepts/principles.Full knowledge of pharmaceutical industry practices.


Education Typically requires a Bachelors degree or equivalent in education and experience.


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